The Living Boat Trust is administered by a committee which is elected at the Annual General Meeting (usually in August) and which meets on the second Thursday of the month. Minutes can be viewed here
. The committee is contactable through the secretary Richard Forster, email@example.com
. It has the following members:
- President: Peter Laidlaw
- Secretary: Richard Forster
- Treasury: Richard Forster, Lorrie Harrison
- Ordinary members: Ros Barnett, Graham Rankin, Karen Corbin, Brett Doubleday, Lorrie Harrison, Brian Marriot, Jilly Archer, Martin Riddle, David Pittaway
Executive: Peter Laidlaw, Richard Forster, Lorrie Harrison
- Governance: Graham Rankin, Brian Marriott, Martin Riddle
Finance, bookkeeping: Richard Forster, Lorrie Harrison, Ninka Koch (off committee)
Fleet Management: Laidlaw, Jackie Garnsey, Martin Riddle
Communications, website: Richard Forster
Training: Graham Rankin
Shed Build: Brett Doubleday
Tuesday Group, Shed: Brett Doubleday
Wednesday Group: Graham Rankin
Insurance: Lorrie Harrison, Richard Forster
Rowing (BOWWOW): Karen Corbin, Lorrie Harrison
Sailing: Richard Forster, Peter Laidlaw, Mike Dredge (off committee)
OHS: Martin Riddle, Graham Rankin
New Pontoons: Peter Laidlaw, Richard Forster, David Pittaway
Nancy: Brian Marriot, Richard Forster, Hans Sipsma (off committee)
- Events, Catering, Fund Raising: Jilly A, Karen C, Endra O'May (off committee)
Proceedings of the committee are recorded in the minutes
. Issues to be resolved should be communicated directly to committee members, or emailed to the secretary: firstname.lastname@example.org
The general procedure for issue resolution is as follows.
- Issue is raised (by whoever) and delegated to a subcommittee.
- A response is devised and the subcommittee ratifies it.
- If it’s simple and cheap action is organised.
- If a quick decision is needed an email poll with the rest of the committee can be held.
- If it’s more complicated and agreement from the committee as a whole is required, a summary is prepared and forwarded to secretary.
- Secretary circulates and includes it in the agenda for the upcoming meeting.
- Item gets considered by committee at meeting. In most cases it will simply be rubber stamped.
- Any further action required is noted and delegated.