RPRA Review 2016/17 - Hall Report

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RPRA Review 2016/17 - Hall Report

Postby willie reynolds » Sat Feb 18, 2017 12:06 pm

For full report November 2016 click below - Report & Recommendations

http://www.woesrc.com/news/pdf_articles ... 170131.pdf
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Re: RPRA Review 2016/17 - Hall Report

Postby willie reynolds » Thu Nov 09, 2017 4:47 pm

I was interested to hear the RPRA Manager's opinion on the Hall report, this is what he says in this weeks British Homing World 10/11/2017.

"The Hall report contains many recommendations that i personally believe are essential, not only to rationalise the RPRA but to facilitate the decisions required to move the sport forward. Therefore, to say i was disappointed with the decision of Council to reject the report in it's entirety would be an understatement. However i respect the decision of Council who vote in a manner that they believe to be right. It's now done to the membership to attend their relevant Region's meeting to put forward their thoughts or proposals on the matter and i would encourage anyone who is able, to do so." - Ian Evans, RPRA General Manager.

Well said GM, all RPRA members would be best advised to read this report. Click on the Link Above HOMER.

RPRA COUNCIL MEMBERS 2017
R Auker 35 Poultry Farm Road, Sedge Fen, Brandon, Lakenheath, Suffolk IP27 9LG 01353 675595 ronnieauker@btinternet.com
L Blacklock 32 Lonsdale St, Workington, Cumbria CA14 2YD 01900 62346 leslie.blacklock@btinternet.com
D Bridges Longcourse House, Longcourse Lane, Duckmanton, Chesterfield S44 5JA 01246 825185 davehb@hotmail.co.uk
S Briggs 22 Innisfayle Park, Lisburn, Co Antrim, N Ireland BT28 2AS 02892 676400 sgbriggs@aol.com
K Blount Pegs Inn, Whitecross Lane, Wadworth, Doncaster DN11 9DT 01302 570198 vivscaife@shennanjoy.plus.com
G Cockshott 4 Averingcliffe Road, Greengates, Bradford, West Yorkshire BD10 9HQ 01274 616500 garyzx9@yahoo.co.uk
A Cowley Treetops, Pant-Y-Gof, Halkyn, Flintshire, CH8 8DH 01352 780192 ajcowley@btinternet.com
G Daykin 228 Westdale Lane, Carlton, Nottingham, NG4 4FU 01159 878239 gary@gdaykinflooring.com
G Field 61 Hartland Avenue, Wyken, Coventry, CV2 3EP 02476 635608 grahamfield41@hotmail.com
J Gladwin 10 Smallholdings, Eastwoodbury Lane, Southend-On-Sea, Essex SS2 6UT 01702 870643 p191eon@gmail.com
C Gordon Failte, New Road, Old Snydale, Pontefract, West Yorks. WF7 6EZ 01924 893933
R Harris 75 Colwell Drive, Witney, Oxfordshire OX28 5NN 01993 704841
D Headon 43 Ellerslie Road, Bickington, Barnstaple, North Devon EX31 2HT 01271 372194 dheadon06@aol.com
D Higgins 6 Billingwood Drive, Rawdon, Leeds LS19 6PZ 01132 504810 dk.higgins@ntlworld.com
R Holmes Hollies, Rangell Gate, Low Fulney, Spalding, Lincs PE12 6EW 01775 724354 dudley.emregionrpra@talktalk.net
J Hooper 42 Ferrier Avenue, Fairwater, Cardiff, South Glamorgan CF5 3LB 02920 551138 hazel@hooper.uk.com
R Jones 20 Bancroft Lane, Blythe Bridge, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire ST11 9PE 01782 398912
A King 5 Park House Farm Way, Havant, Hampshire PO9 4AH 02392 450970 trucker.king@btopenworld.com
J Lawley 151 Wattle Road, West Bromwich, West Midlands B70 9EU 07724 784796
G McDowell 14 Shankbridge Road, Ballymena, Co. Antrim, N. Ireland, BT42 3DJ 07519 542295 georgemcdowell@me.com
M Murray (Mrs) 27 Eastern Road, Burnham-on-Crouch, Essex CM0 8BT 01621 787421 meg-murray@tiscali.co.uk
P Murray 32 Willow Fold, Droylsden, Manchester M43 7BY 01613 708415 phil.a.murray@hotmail.com
R Shirley Braywood, Hogsdown, Lower Wick, Dursley, Glos GL11 6DD 07909 576451 rshirley297@gmail.com
J Waters 500 Woodchurch Road, Prenton, Birkenhead, Wirral, Merseyside CH43 0SF 07722 927592 regionsec2011@hotmail.co.uk
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Re: RPRA Review 2016/17 - Hall Report

Postby willie reynolds » Mon Nov 20, 2017 12:23 pm

Thinking of making changes to RPRA Rules? need to follow the rules that are at present in place.
Everything is there to enable changes to be made, just needs a bit of interest, determination, and less talk.

2017 rule extract

PART N: ALTERATION OF RULES
139 (a). All new Rules or changes to existing Rules shall be accompanied by a short explanation, as to why this rule needs to be added or changed.
139 (b). These Rules may be altered by the Council at any annual general meeting provided that not less than 28 days notice of the proposed alteration has been given to the Secretary of each Local Region Committee and advertised in any two papers devoted to the sport of racing or showing homing pigeons circulating nationally in the United Kingdom.

140. The Council shall be empowered to
make alterations to these Rules as regards
punctuation and grammar only and provided
that the meaning of any Rule is not thereby
changed.

141. Should any member of the RPRA wish
to make a proposal to alter or insert a new
rule, they must submit the proposition in
writing to their Organisation secretary. The
secretary will then circulate the proposals to
all members of the Organisation giving 7
days' notice of the meeting. Should the
proposition be carried, the Organisation
secretary will forward them to their local
Region secretary who will in turn circulate
them to all Organisations affiliated to the
Region.
Any proposition that is carried by the Region will be sent to the General Manager, to be included at the AGM of Council. Council may submit propositions to the General Manager, not less than 42 days prior to the date of an annual general meeting of the council. Any such proposal must submit the full text of any rule proposed to be revised as it would if the proposal was accepted.

142. The Council shall have power to make
and alter Rules and regulations to cover any
emergency. Such Rules or regulations may
be made or altered at a general meeting or a
special meeting and shall operate until
rescinded by the Council or until the next
annual general meeting at which the
requisite publication of the proposed
alteration of the Rules can be given,
whichever is sooner.

143.At intervals not exceeding ten years,
the Council shall carry out an assessment of
the rules. Any amendments which it may
deem desirable to be made in the interests
of the proper conduct of the sport of racing or
showing pigeons shall be proposed as
alterations and given the requisite publicity
before an annual general meeting of the
Council.

Every member needs to read a copy of the Hall Report, its been in the BHW and is available On-line.
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