The Royal Caledonian Curling Club

The Royal Caledonian Curling Club

National Governing Body for Curling in Scotland

RCCC Subscriptions 2013-2014 & Public Liability Insurance

Posted on Friday, September 6, 2013 at 10:51am

For the attention of club secretaries and treasurers:

This year the subscription invoices will be issued by post to club secretaries on 16th September for payment by 31st October.

You can help us to make the payment process run smoothly by following these guidelines:-

  • Make sure your club has at least one database administrator appointed to look after your members records.  Many clubs have several administrators so that member records are changed as they happen during the season and not just once a year.
  • Remove members who have left your club before 13th September.  If you need any help with this task, please do not hesitate to call the Edinburgh Head Office on 0131 333 3003.  Remember, you will be invoiced for all eligible members.
  • Please try to add new members to your record before the 13th September.  You will be invoiced separately by email for any members added after 13th September so save yourself time and effort by making sure your club record is correct.
  • Make sure all your members have an address and postcode on their record so that their membership card does not go missing.

Payment of your invoice can now be accepted by telephone using a credit or debit card.  Just have your invoice to hand when you call us.

Membership cards will be posted direct to members once payment has been received.

Fees
Ordinary Members – £19.00
Honorary Playing Members – £19.00
Junior Members (under the age of 21 years of age) – £6.00

Public Liability Insurance
Please be advised that from the 1st September 2013 all affiliated clubs and registered members will be covered by the RCCC’s public liability insurance policy at no additional cost.  Please note that this does not apply to Schools.

New Members
When new members join affiliated clubs their details should be added immediately to the RCCC Membership database website as this is the way that they will be registered for insurance.  Our membership department will arrange for an invoice to be sent to the club secretary for new members at the current rate.  To encourage new members to join in the latter part of the season, from 31st January we will still require their details to be logged onto the membership database but the club will not be charged the membership fee when only two months of the curling season remain.  We also hope that this will help clubs to attract new members and reduce the time spent on administration for all concerned.

Note: The information above has been emailed directly to club secretaries we hold details for in our RCCC Membership database.