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Club Constitution

  1. The Club shall be known as “The Rotherham Rambling Club”.
  2. The purpose of this Club is to encourage an appreciation of the countryside in all its aspects and seasons
    through the recreational medium of walking and associated activities.
  3. The Club shall be administered by a Committee elected by members (16 years and over).
  4. The Committee shall consist of Chairperson, Vice Chairperson, Secretary, Treasurer, Programme Secretary
    and no more than five Committee members.
  5. The election of the Committee members shall take place at each Annual General Meeting by ballot slip.
  6. Nominations must be handed to the Secretary 14 days prior to the Annual General Meeting.
  7. The Committee shall meet no less than four times during its term of office.
  8. In the event of a vacancy, nominations and elections will take place at the first available Club Night.
  9. The Committee, at any time, and 20 members giving notice, shall have the power to call an Extraordinary
    General Meeting.
  10. The number necessary for a Quorum is two thirds of the Committee and the Chairperson holds the casting
  11. The Treasurer shall publish a financial statement for the Annual General Meeting.
  12. The Committee is responsible for producing an annual programme.
  13. Amendment to the Constitution shall be at the Annual General Meeting and will be by two-thirds majority of members present.
  14. Members shall observe the Country Code.
  15. Annual subscription (fixed by the Committee) will be payable and effective from 1st January.
  16. Every walk will have a designated walk leader.
  17. All events to be as self-financing as possible.
  18. The Club and organisers accept no responsibility for any loss or injury sustained by persons on rambles or
    any other event.
  19. The Committee shall have the power to expel any member whose conduct, in their opinion, render him/her
    unfit for membership.
  20. The Club may, at any time, be dissolved by consent of three-fourths of the members, testified by their
    signatures to an instrument of dissolution.