The Royal Caledonian Curling Club

The Royal Caledonian Curling Club

National Governing Body for Curling in Scotland

Royal Club Subscriptions 2012-13

Posted on Thursday, August 9, 2012 at 8:30am

For the attention of club secretaries and treasurers. The later issue of invoices to clubs last year proved very successful in making sure clubs were invoiced with the correct amount due.  We are also grateful to the great majority of clubs who made sure their club’s entry in the Membership Database was correct before invoices were issued.

This year, we intend to give you even more time and subscription invoices will be issued on 17th 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 17th September.  If you need any help with this task, please do not hesitate to give us a call.  Remember, you will be invoiced for all eligible members.
  • Please try to add new members to your record before the 17th September.  You will be invoiced separately by email for any members added after 17th 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 in two batches, one in mid to late October and the other early in November.

Fees – Subscriptions for Ordinary Members and Honorary Playing Members are £18 and for Juniors under 21 years of age £5, if paid by 31st October 2012. Please note from 1st November 2012, fees will rise to £19 and £6 respectively.