Sunday 17th February sees the first of the Richmond Motor Club 2019 Championship Trials being run at Cogden Hall, Grinton. There will be classes for all ages. This trial’s results will go towards the RMC Championship awards and there will be the Harold Graham Trophy and Sam Trophies up for grabs to the first and second best riders on the Hard Course. Start time is 10.30am and there will be catering at the start field. Entries close on the day but if you want to get an entry form filled in before hand you can download one here: Entry Form – Harold Graham 2019 This year once again we are offering ACU day licences for those who do not have an ACU licence for £3, available on the day. If anyone would like to observe please email email@example.com if you can help us.
RMC NEW RECRUITS AND POSTS VACANT – We are delighted to welcome back Jill Harker to the RMC team (after quite a few years!) as our new Scott Trial Treasurer. We are still looking for a new Scott Trial Programme Editor, so if you are interested or know anyone who might be, please email our Scott Trial Secretary at firstname.lastname@example.org
We are pleased to announce that our new President is Paul Astwood and our new Chairman is Simon Williamson, who has stepped up from Vice Chair. Andrew Swainston has taken on the supporting role of Vice Chair and Nathan Stones is going to become one of RMC’s directors. We are very happy to welcome some new faces onto the RMC committee as post holders and helpers, as some of us longer standing members (we’ll refrain from saying older!) are wanting to ease off on duties. Thank you to all those outgoing post holders for all your hard work. We are currently in the midst of recruiting some new post holders for administration, treasurer and secretarial duties. We are very excited to have interest from some lovely ladies who are already involved in the trialing world and are going to be a real asset to the Club. Watch this space for updated news on our new recruits.
We still have the post of RMC Minutes Secretary vacant and need more people coming forward to offer help with Sports Secretary roles still vacant. If you are interested in helping out with any of these roles, which could be job shared, please email email@example.com. If you feel you can help out in any way at all, please do get in touch. For any Club to continue successfully it needs fresh faces to join in and help and also younger members to step up and get involved with the organisation side. You won’t be thrown in at the deep end, you’ll be shown how to do a job and will have plenty of support.
Richmond Motor Club continues to go from strength to strength and we very much look forward to working with our new team members.