HWATC Annual General Meeting 4 October 2018: agenda item on HWATC Club Constitution
1. Proposed additions to the HWATC Constitution Aims and Objectives
Aims & objectives
To offer coaching and competitive opportunities in canoeing and kayaking
To offer coaching and recreational opportunities in canoeing and kayaking
To promote the club within the local community and canoeing/kayaking
To promote the club within the local community by recreational canoeing and kayaking
To manage the club site
To manage the club site in conjunction and with the participation of all site users
To ensure a duty of care to all members of the club – no change
To provide all club services in a way that is fair to everyone
To provide all club services in a way that is fair to everyone whilst upholding the core principle of recreational canoeing and kayaking
To work in partnership with the other organisations and persons using the club site
To work in partnership with other organisations and persons using the club site for the betterment of the community
And an additional one:
To uphold the principle of the club being a non profitable charitable organisation
2. Proposed additions to the HWATC Constitution: two proposed new clauses to be inserted between clauses 9 and 10 of the current constitution (which can be viewed on the HWATC website).
GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation)
Third party hire and use of HWATC site and equipment
HWATC committee will formulate a hire and charging policy, with charges varying according to:
- whether the hiring organisation is charitable or commercial;
- the level of equipment used;
- the size of the group using the site and equipment.
Charges will be set annually at the club AGM. The Club expects other organisations using HWATC facilities to be clear and transparent when detailing the charges they make to individuals regarding hire of site, use of equipment, etc.