Notes from the Business Meeting at The Crown – October

A short business meeting took place on 16th October at The Crown at Hyde Lea at which we welcomed a new member and resolved the Vice Chairman vacancy.

A report of the meeting can be seen here.

The Club Directory has also been updated to include details of our latest member.

You can see the revised Club Directory in the Members section, usual password applies.

AGM Minutes and 2019-20 Subscriptions

The Minutes of the 58th AGM held last month are now available on the website. Click here to see these minutes.

Treasurer, Brett, would like to remind all full members that their subscriptions are now due for the coming year.

Details on how to pay these can be found by clicking here

The Club Directory has also been updated with all known contact details. Please let Paul Ritson know of any further updates required or if you need a reminder of the password.

Induction of two new members

During the October meeting our Chairman, Chris Reynolds, inducted two new members into Stafford 41 Club. They have tried to cling on to Stafford Round Table as long as possible and resisted joining us but they have finally succumbed. Chris broke with tradition and actually used the correct wording from National for such an occasion.

Anthony (Too Tall) Stewart being presented with his 41 Club badge followed by Dave (Cinders) Gerrard.

Welcome to our latest members.

Message from our new National Councillor – Richie Minshull

Good Afternoon Gentleman

Thank you to Nick for the introduction  and a big thank  to  Nick work over the past  3 years in this role. I’m know that we wish Nick all the very best in his new role as 41 club National  membership officer.

Having only just left Round Table to  join 41 Club  I’m adjusting to the different pace of life in 41 Club so over the next two years I will be  visiting a different  club each month and  I will be working very  closely with my Round Table counterpart National Councilors   Josh Hicks of Middlewich Round Table 660 & Paul Bryant of Tamworth & District 371  whom I have CC into this email.

Just like Nick I will be  attending as many National Council meeting as possible  and  I will forward to your Club Contacts/ Chairman/ Secretary  the minutes of these meets as soon as they become available  and I  will ensure that any questions that you put forward will be asked for  both the national council & national board  to answer, Due to the new  GDPR rules that have come in effect I will email each club and there contacts  individually.

Yours in Past Table

Richie Minshull – 41 Club National Councillor Region 11  

Telephone (H): 0151 345 0708
Telephone (B): 01244 536162
Telephone (M): 07711 334070
Web: www.41club.org]http://www.41club.org
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Charity 2018-2019: http://www.musculardystrophyuk.org/ / JustGiving page
2019 National Conference: http://www.41club-tangent-2019.co.uk

Message from our previous Regional Councillor – Nick Morcumb

It has been a pleasure to have been your national councillor for the past 3 years and as all of you know I have now moved on to become the National Membership Officer and I am still active in the area so my door is always open to anyone who needs help.

My replacement is Richie Minshall from Ellesmere Port 41 Club.

Thanks

Nick

PS As many of you know 41 Club now have our own National Social and Sporting Weekend. It is a brilliant weekend. It is now time to book in so please

email Kelly Clarke at “region17@41club.org

 

 

Notes from the AGM

This is a quick summary of Main points from the AGM for those who missed it.

The meeting was attended by 19 members, four active and one honourary member of Stafford Round Table and also the incoming Chairman of RT Area 5, Shiv Passap, of which Stafford RT is a member, having transferred from Area 22 a few years back. Stafford RT is struggling for members and is looking to 41 Club for help in introducing new members.

Our Club currently has 35 full members and 20 Country members plus 2 honourary members.

The accounts were approved, a working surplus of £70 was made last year thanks to a profit on Ladies Night and raffle contributions. Subs remain at £15 and are now due for the coming year.

Chris Reynolds is now Chairman and Tony Green is the new Vice Chairman.

Brett Phillips has taken on the Secretary/Treasurer role.

Nick Sandy is leaving Stafford later in the summer to live in Wales. Jim Goodwin has taken on the Social Officer role.

Chris Barton has finally managed to stand down as IRO after about 20 years. His job is to be managed by a small committee of Chris Reynolds, Ian Henderson and Rodney Thomas. (See Chris, it takes three of them to do your job). Stewart Learoyd has also offered to investigate and organise an overseas IRO trip.

Meetings will be arranged by Chris Reynolds with help from Peter Quine, Mike Heenan and others.

The next meeting will be a pub games night at the Constitutional Club with a two course meal for £9.50, details to follow by the usual channel. The TT Trophy will be a bowls evening on 18th July, RT are getting practice in, they’ll need to.