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See it says every 3 years the commitee has to change barring two members. How will that work?

 

 

 

 

Dodging the question giro? How will it work when in 3 years 3 of the 'executive' committee have to be replaced?

 

Its pretty straight forward fella :victory:

 

The commitee are not indefinitely in position.

 

Hope this helps you out :thumbs:

so the original square wheel will be happy to let go of the reigns :hmm: hard to believe given hes still there after, remind me again how many years, and ffs give the council of hunting crap a rest :laugh:
their rules say two members of the executive committee (their words not f***ing mine for sure) can stay in place, so he will stay and just swap his cronies every now and then

 

the rules(2) states after 3yrs 3 of the committee will stand for re-election...it does not say what position they will be?

and on a committee the Chairman does not have a vote unless there is a tie and then the Chairman has a casting vote

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See it says every 3 years the commitee has to change barring two members. How will that work?

 

 

 

 

Dodging the question giro? How will it work when in 3 years 3 of the 'executive' committee have to be replaced?

 

Its pretty straight forward fella :victory:

 

The commitee are not indefinitely in position.

 

Hope this helps you out :thumbs:

so the original square wheel will be happy to let go of the reigns :hmm: hard to believe given hes still there after, remind me again how many years, and ffs give the council of hunting crap a rest :laugh:
their rules say two members of the executive committee (their words not f***ing mine for sure) can stay in place, so he will stay and just swap his cronies every now and then

 

the rules(2) states after 3yrs 3 of the committee will stand for re-election...it does not say what position they will be?

and on a committee the Chairman does not have a vote unless there is a tie and then the Chairman has a casting vote

Y.I.S Leeview

 

so shh is correct with what he says Lol

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Tory Government 'Committed' To Vote On Repealing Fox Hunting Ban, Says Minister Matt Hancock

 

Follow below link.

 

http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/2016/02/14/fox-hunting-ban-repeal-hancock-_n_9231084.html

 

 

 

Sir Johnny Scott will be attending the next meeting of the Council of Hunting on behalf of the AWL in March.

 

He urges that You visit Your local MP's surgery or contact them by letter, to see their view on the Hunting Act 2004 .

 

We will never get another chance with any other government so its time to act Now.

 

AWL members will hear how things are progressing.

 

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Ive had a few pms about memberships & donations..

 

 

http://www.awll.co.uk/wp/membership/

 

Annual AWL Membership costs £11 for adults, it is free for under 16 year olds.

 

Currently AWL is unfortunately unable to process online payments. However, adult membership can be attained by sending a cheque for £11 made payable to:

The Association of Working Lurchers/Longdogs

and crossed A/C Payee Only

 

Send the cheque with full name, home address, email address, telephone number and / or mobile number to:

 

The AWL Membership Secretary

2, Cliff Cottages, The Cliff

Cammeringham Hill

Cammeringham

Lincoln

LN1 2YH

 

Received subscriptions will be acknowledged by email and accompanied with an AWL membership number.

Alternatively bank transfer is available, send an email with full name, address and contact details as above and request sort code, account number and a reference for the transfer to: tele741@gmail.com

 

Subscriptions will be acknowledged by email once the bank confirms receipt.

 

Under 16s may apply for membership by post or email as above, enclosing name, address and contact details and their date of birth.

 

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The Dogs Trust is offering free microchipping, up and down the Country, You can find an event near You at,

 

http://www.chipmydog.org.uk/

It would be a kind gesture, if You could drop a small donation into their charity box, as this is a free service.

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Its a good offer and folks should take that up...

 

 

From the 6th of April 2016, all dogs must be microchipped and registered to an approved database by the time they are 8 weeks old.

For every dog that is currently not microchipped, you will have until 6th of April to get them microchipped and registered on an approved database.

If a keeper of a dog which is not microchipped gets served with a notice requiring them to have the dog chipped, they will have 21 days to do this.

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I dont disagree with you on that score fella..

 

Its good that the dogs trust are doing it for free..

 

I got mine done years ago just incase they got lost or stolen..

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This is a oppurtunity to get it done free of charge..

 

There is no catch..

 

 

http://www.awll.co.uk/wp/

it shouldn't be a must it should be a choice, just another way of government keeping tabs on people,

 

true, but its here, and some will find that in some cases its costing over £30, so take this chance and get it done for free.

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in the light of the very biased sky news report on hare coursing will the AWL be pushing tim boner to make a statement backing the working lurcher .........

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