Peter_BullI read the following on Davids latest post yesterday: 'Monthly Meetings – October and beyond. As a small number of members want to move from Garstang Golf Club .............................' My question is this: If its only a 'small number' then why change what is an already well established and friendly venue, that has safe and secure parking. It is also inexpensive in comparison.! If the majority have no interest in changing the venue then lets leave things as they are. Maybe I have missed something or maybe there is more happening behind the scenes that we are not aware of.
mattsmo818The discussion for change in venue was merely for a replacement for September, as Garstang isn't available. It was suggested that some members didn't like Garstang Golf Club. David asked for suggestions for September and I provided one, not a replacement. Maybe I won't bother next time?
mattsmo818David is RO and it's his decision what the outcome for September was, and solely his. He's made the decision for Wray and Pleasington. The poll was only to assist in a decision, again which I asked David before posting. Many members that actually answered are ones that attend meetings - plus I did actually specific that you should only answer if you intended coming to the September meeting too.
mattsmo818There also isn't two Facebook Groups. There is a 'Page' that is shown to the public that anyone can view and a 'Group' that is private to R18 and PCGB members only. It's been discussed in many Monthly meetings before this was set up, approved by David, and also liaised with Head Office by Rob. The Group was requested by many members and gets good interaction, much more than the Forum as you suggest. After only being going for 3/4 months we've got 134 members. Many other regions have the same setup. The Facebook Group isn't to replace anything, only an addition aid in getting information out to members. Hope that clarifies things for you.
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