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 Constitution
 
Club constitution April 2012.

Name
The name of the organisation shall be the Wansbeck & Cramlington Angling Club, hereafter referred to as the Club.
The aim of the Club shall be to develop and encourage coarse fishing in the area, to improve and manage fisheries; wherever possible to protect and encourage wildlife and prevent trespass and vandalism. The Club shall be known as a coarse fishing club only.

Membership.
Adult members only, will have the power to vote at General Meetings concerning amendments to the Club constitution, junior members, those aged under sixteen on the day of application, do not have voting rights. Membership shall be at the discretion of the committee. No person, unless a current member of the Club, shall have any claim on Club trophies, prizes, etc. Anyone who has been before the committee for disciplinary action and found to be guilty should not be able to stand as a club official or represent the club for the term of 3 years; also the club membership should be told of any bans, of any period, that has been issued against any guilty members who break the rules. All disciplinary hearings will be recorded on tape or digital device.

Management.
Management of the Club shall be in the hands of the Committee, which will consist of the following; Chairman, Vice-Chairman, Treasurer, Secretary and Membership Secretary , who will form the Executive Committee, and  other committee members all elected by the Club members at each General Meeting. Executive Committee Members to hold office for periods of two years. Any committee post after the AGM, must be advertised at least 1 month in advance at a general meeting and voted for at the next general meeting by the membership.  There is no restraint as to how many or how few candidates members can vote for when voting for committee members at an AGM. A quorum of five will constitute a Committee meeting. Two Committee Members other than the Treasurer will audit financial records yearly. No Committee Member shall be a member of any other Freshwater Angling Club Committee. A member must have completed at least one year’s service on the committee within the last two current years to be eligible for election on to the executive committee.

Subscriptions.
The annual Subscriptions will be due on 1st January each year and will last for one calendar year, or in the event of a member joining part way through the year, the remainder of the calendar year. The yearly subscription will rise automatically by a minimum of £1.00 per year.  The Senior Membership will decide the amounts of various subscriptions, at Annual or Extraordinary General Meetings. Members, who do not renew their subscriptions between 1st January and 31st March of the New Year, must reapply to the Committee, who will consider each application. Members who have not paid their subscriptions will not be allowed to fish Club waters.

Meetings.
An annual General Meeting will be held in April each year (beginning 2010) and a minimum of two weeks notice advising of date and venue must be given to members. An extraordinary General Meeting of the Club may be called by the Committee, or the Secretary, upon receipt of a requisition signed by no fewer than twenty members of the Club. As with the General Meeting at least two weeks notice must be given. General Meetings are to be held at a time and place decided by the Committee. The Committee are to use whatever means are available to bring to the attention of the membership any forthcoming meetings and events. A quorum of fifteen will constitute a General Meeting. In the event that the Club acquires new waters, rules applicable to those waters will be drawn up as necessary by the Committee.

Expulsion of members.
Members of the club whose conduct is inappropriate or who decline to abide by any of the rules or by-laws may be expelled or suspended by a resolution passed at a meeting of the committee where their entrance fee and subscriptions may be forfeited. The committee is obliged to ask for two non-committee members to attend such a meeting to see that fair play is exercised. Members shall have the right to appeal in person to the committee with regard to any decision affecting them, provided that notice of such an appeal is submitted to the committee in writing, within seven days of notification of the decision.

Dissolution of the club.
If at any Extraordinary General Meeting of the club, a resolution be passed calling for the dissolution of the club, the secretary shall immediately convene an Extraordinary General Meeting of the club to be held no less than one month thereafter to discuss and vote on the resolution. If at the Extraordinary General Meeting, the resolution is carried by two thirds of the full members present at the meeting, the committee shall thereupon or at such date as shall have been specified in the resolution, proceed to realize the assets of the club and discharge all debts and liabilities of the club. After discharging all debts and liabilities of the club, the remaining assets shall not be distributed amongst the full members of the club, but shall be given or transferred to other voluntary organizations having objectives similar to those of the club (Tyne Anglers Alliance, Anglers Conservation Association or similar).

 

 
 
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WACAC QEII Country Park N55.19629° W1.55194°
WACAC Brenkley Pond N55.07129° W1.64858°
WACAC Horton Grange Lake N55.07741° W1.67857°
WACAC Milkhope Lake N55.08015° W1.67571°
TAA Killingworth Lake N55.03154° W1.56987°
TAA Throckley Reigh N54.98674° W1.76449°
TAA River Tyne Newburn N54.98330° W1.75004°
TAA Wydon Burn  N54.96418° W2.110603°
 
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