News & Announcements
I understand that Kathy Giles will write to all members explaining the situation and urging that a new committee be formed at the AGM.
The deadline has now passed for notifying HQ in Coventry of the name of the treasurer for 2016.
Kathy Giles (MCS secretary) has asked Kath, our current treasurer, to continue in the post until the group's AGM in April which she has reluctantly agreed to do. As a result of the poor attendance and lack of new treasurer the current committee feel that there is now no future for the group and will be retiring at the AGM.
We have only one meet scheduled (Old Warden) before the AGM and it that will now be cancelled. However Easter 2016 is an invitation from Kent group to join them in Broadstairs so we hope to meet lots of you there. Dave, our sites secretary, has put together a full program for 2016 but under the circumstances we do not intend to publish the sites list as we do not know if the group will still exist next year.
It therefore looks as if the future for this group is very uncertain and we are unlikely to have either a treasurer or a committee next year so the 40th. year may well be the group's last.
Attendance has been very poor for some time now and this year we ran 2 meets in celebration of the group's 40th anniversary which, despite free catering and professional entertainment, were attended by only a few NL&EA members.
We are required to provide a name to C&CC HQ in Coventry by November and at present it looks as if we have no name to give them.
At the last NL&EA AGM in March it was announced that the treasurer was resigning and a replacement was needed.Since then we have appealed in Waggoners Talk, on the website and in Facebook. We have had only one person show interest but he decided, on reflection, that we was unable to give the time required.
From Dave Ainsworth:
Due to double booking of the site by the museum I'm sorry to say I must cancel this meet. Sorry for any inconvenience but I made a firm booking back in April. Although MOP accept responsibility for the mix up it doesn't help us.
If you know anyone who intends to go can you please tell them.
Glad I popped in today to check the site!. See you at Clacton on Sea.
We have just heard that Janet Jackson, wife of former club chairman Keith Jackson died yesterday.Our sympathies go to Keith and his family
Just got of the phone with Keith. The celebration of Janet's Life will be on the 19th August at 11.45am at Bramcote Crem , Coventry Lane, Bramcote Village, Notts., NG9 3GT
I'd be pleased if you could send this on to everyone.
Follow this link for pictures from Stow THS.Thanks to Brian and Rita for sending them.
I will look at an alternative but it will be time consuming and probably not done for some time.
The major web browsers have withdrawn support for the Adobe Flash plugin that was being used to display the group photo slideshows. Those with iPads have been having problems for a long time but this is now happening on PCs too.Because of this it has been necessary to withdraw the link to the photographs.
The Chairman’s Annual Dinner is being held at Carnage Hall Hotel, Holmes Chapel, Cheshire CW4 8EW on Saturday 24th October 2015 following the Club’s AGM.
This event is open to all members and I would be grateful if you would disseminate this information to your Areas to make all Members aware. I am attaching the Booking Form and Menu so that you can issue these to your members if required. Please make sure that all forms together with cheques in respect of the Dinner are returned to Fiona Roberts - Exec PA to Director General, The Camping & Caravanning Club
Tickets for the Dinner are £32.50 per person and cheques should be made payable to The Camping & Caravanning Club
Reservations for members wishing to stay in the hotel overnight can be made and the cost is £92.00 per night for a single room with Breakfast and £102.00 per night for a Double room including Breakfast - all hotel bills are settled directly with the hotel.
The dress code for this event is black tie. There are already some of the MCS attending this event, so please encourage your members to come along and join us.
As promised here is the update on the amount collected so far.Well done Brian. I can't help wondering if it would be cheaper to dump all the books and just donate the diesel saved :-)