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THE CLUB COMMITTEE

Chairman: Chris Clarkson

This role leads the club and includes chairing the committee meetings and AGM, assisting the Club Secretary to produce the agendas and heads the Committee in making decisions for the benefit of the whole club including disciplinary matters, financial matters and future planning..

Club Secretary: Gary Shipp - GET IN TOUCH

The main purpose of this job is that of principal administrator for the club. The Club Secretary carries out all the administrative duties that enable the club and its members to function effectively. The Club Secretary is a pivotal role within the club, with a close involvement in the general running of the club. The secretary provides the main point of contact for people within and outside of the club on just about every aspect of the club’s activities. This includes attending league meetings, affiliating the club to the County FA, affiliating the club to the leagues, registering players, dealing with correspondence, organising the club AGM and other club meetings and representing the club at outside meetings at the direction of the Club Committee.

Treasurer: Sarah Osborne

The main purpose of this job is to look after the finances of the club including collecting subscriptions and all money due to the organisation, paying the bills and recording information, keeping up-to -date records of all financial  transactions, ensuring that all cash and cheques are promptly deposited in the bank or building  society, reporting regularly to the Committee on the financial position, preparing a year end statement of accounts to present to the auditors and presenting a year-end financial report at the AGM.

Welfare Officer: Aimee Rix

This role is essential for the club to ensure it is clear about its responsibilities when running activities for children and young people. This involves, ensuring these responsibilities are well understood by others, working with the Youth League Welfare Officer, working with your County FA Welfare Officer, promoting The FA’s RESPECT Programme and helping to develop best practice processes, to help club personnel understand what their duty of care towards children and young people, means and entail, ensuring all club members have relevant and up to date DBS checks and reports welfare concerns to the appropriate agencies. 

Club Development Officers – Dan Shipp

Charter Standard Development – Brett Rix