New format at motor club
Weston Motor Club have agreed to a more radical form of club management at the recent annual meeting.
FOLLOWING the recent annual meeting, members of Weston Motor Club agreed to follow a more radical form of club management.
Rather than the traditional club format of a committee making all the decisions, the club have devised a new structure which gives the members a regular say in how the club events are organised.
Club leader Peter Brace said: “The new system of management has been a great success. For months, the old committee struggled to agree on a new venue meeting place, because we had outgrown the village pub. At our first meeting under the new management, members discussed and voted and within 30 minutes had a new venue agreed.”
The club now meet at Ollie’s Caf� on the A38, Brent Knoll, by Sanders Garden World on the first Thursday of the month.
You may also want to watch:
The club continue to promote motor sport and their next event on April 15 is the Sandocross held on the Weston Sands at Uphill. This is a unique event on mainland Britain and has been run annually since 1971. It takes the form of cars racing up to four abreast on a sand circuit and there is a class for road cars, so it is ideal for newcomers to motorsport.
For more details on how to get involved in Weston Motor Club, contact Tim Walton on email@example.com
- 1 Coronavirus cases in North Somerset at highest ever daily rate
- 2 'Bright future' for Weston high street
- 3 Hundreds of children told to isolate after eight schools confirm coronavirus cases
- 4 Two charged with burglary and fraud
- 5 North Somerset could be placed in higher tier after national lockdown ends
- 6 County council chairman urged to resign over 'slip of the tongue' comment about gypsies
- 7 Weston General Hospital increases patient-to-nurse ratio due to rising coronavirus patient numbers
- 8 Football association charges club and players following investigation after abandoned match
- 9 Weston Town Council pledges to be an anti-racist authority
- 10 North Somerset to move into tier 3 after end of nationwide lockdown