Ribble Valley RC Car Club

1. Name

The club will be called RIBBLE VALLEY RADIO CONTROL CAR CLUB.

2. Aims and objectives

The aims and objectives of the club will be:

3. Membership

To ensure all present and future members receive fair and equal treatment.

4. Membership fees

Membership fees will be set annually and agreed by the Management Committee or determined at the Annual General Meeting.

Fees will be paid: annually.

5. Management Committee 

The Management Committee (see Appendix A for role profiles) will be:

All Management Committee members will be elected annually at the Annual General Meeting.

The Management Committee will retire each year but will be eligible for re-appointment.

6. Finance


7. Annual General Meetings

 

8. Discipline and appeals

9. Dissolution

 

10. Amendments to the constitution
The constitution will only be changed through agreement by majority vote at an AGM or EGM.

11. Declaration
RVRCCChereby adopts and accepts this constitution as a current operating guide regulating the actions of members.

 

Signed:                                                              Date:

 

Name: Ian Martin
Position: Club Chair

 

Signed:                                                              Date:

 

Name: Janice Crompton
Position: Club Secretary

APPENDIX A

 

Structure of the Management Committee going and descriptions of their roles:-
Chairman                     Aid the smooth running of the club meetings, ensuring all proceedings go through the correct constitutional procedure.

Treasurer                     Guardian of the club finances and for ensuring auditable reporting of finances is available as required and presented at the AGM/EGM. Liaison with the school regarding venue bookings / issue resolution

Secretary                     Responsible for arranging the AGM/EGM and Management Committee meetings as required, recording meeting minutes and actions, liaison with the school regarding bookings.

Health & Safety Rep  Responsible for all aspects of H&S - from general pit table positioning/electric routing, fire exits, enforcing lipo bag rule, input into track designs, ensuring the safe zone is adhered to.

Race Control Rep       Responsible for the function of race control. Making sure we have enough people trained on the transponder software system and managing the equipment, ensuring we have the required people to run a race meeting.

Web Master                 Responsible for the club’s PR and communications tools such as Facebook Group, Website, oOple Group. Also ensuring the online booking in system is available as per the allotted booking in times and the booking information is captured within the race control computer.

Track Master               Responsible for track design, repair and coordination of the Track Focus Group with support from members / racers.

GT12 Rep                   The ‘go to’ person for anyone looking for GT12 related advice, issue resolution and support. Responsible for enforcing ride height rules and correct standard of car (within each class) is maintained.

Buggy Rep                  The ‘go to’ person for anyone looking for Buggy related advice, issue resolution and support. Responsible for enforcing ride height rules and correct standard of car (within each class) is maintained.

Junior Rep                   The ‘go to’ person for questions / issues from junior racers and responsible for star charts / incentive schemes, certificates, trophies, child protection policy.

 

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