The highest decision-making body of the Club is the General Meeting of members which is held annually. At the General Meeting, members receive reports on the performance of the Club in fulfilling its objectives, Club activities and the financial position of the Club. There is also a report by the financial examiner who reviews the Club’s accounts for the previous year. Members are invited to vote on the adoption of these reports.
The Club is governed on a day-to-day basis by a Committee of up to 15 members of the Club, elected by the General Meeting. This Committee is responsible in law for ensuring that the Club is operated and managed in accordance with its constitution.
The Bureau is the executive committee of the main Committee and comprises the President, one or more Vice Presidents, the Treasurer (and if appropriate a Deputy Treasurer), the Secretary (and if appropriate a Deputy Secretary).
For more information about Organisation and Structure, please see the Constitution.
Joining the Club is simple
Just complete the application form, pay the membership fee and that’s it! Membership is for calendar year periods - the membership fee, currently 20 € per person, is halved for those joining on or after July 1st. On receipt of payment of the fee, you will receive your membership card.
You can complete the process online or come into the Club on any Saturday morning.
What are the benefits of membership?
Access to all Club workshops, activities, events, etc., many of which are free-of-charge to members
Organised excursions at favourable cost
Priority booking for activities and events which are also open to non-members
The opportunity to socialise, meet others and make new friends
All those involved in running the Club are volunteers and we are always looking for help, be it in connection with workshops, activities and events or in the administration of the Club.
If you have a skill or expertise to offer, we can’t wait to hear from you!
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Organisation and structure