We ask applicants for membership to say which volunteer duties they would be happy to undertake (they can choose from patrol boat driver or crew, race officer, provider of Sunday lunch or bar duty). Each active member is usually expected to do at least two duties per year. There is always an experienced member on duty to help and advise those new to the club. Apart from these "official" duties, we are always glad to hear of members who would like to volunteer in other ways joining committees, cutting the grass, keeping the club boats in good order and generally helping with the many jobs that are required to keep the club running smoothly. Getting involved in these activities is a good way of getting to know other members and finding out more about what goes on in and around the club. Anyone who is unable to do duties due to infirmity, poor health, etc. may be deemed Exempt from Duties. Those who go afloat for patrol boat duties may, very occasionally, be expected to go into the water to help someone in difficulty. We therefore ask that they are confident in the water and that they are always wearing a buoyancy aid (not a lifejacket as these are more of a hindrance when blown up) when they are afloat or on the slipway. More information can be obtained from the Membership Secretary, Melinda Measor (01983 760462, email@example.com).
In order to volunteer for duties members should log in to the members' portal and follow the instructions given there.
- Bar Guidelines Mar 20.pdf
- Lunch Guidelines Mar 20.pdf
- RACE OFFICERS' AIDE MEMOIRE 18.pdf
- PATROL BOAT AIDE MEMOIRE 18 (2).pdf
- ROmanual update 09.05.18.pdf
- Safety Briefing v 10.docx
Last updated 11:21 on 4 May 2021