YOU HAVE TO BE IN IT TO WIN IT!
Every month 3 lucky winners win CASH from the Royals 100 Club Draw
Would you like to be in with a chance to share the monthly prize money, and Help club fundraising for vital equipment? Join the RCRC 100 Club for only £5 per number/per month. The winning numbers are posted on the website each month.
For more details and a standing order form contact Royals Treasurer. Complete the form and send directly to your bank then wait for the winnings to come rolling in!
Winners are drawn at Royals social events or the monthly committee meeting and the lucky winners will recieve cheques/letters by post.
Participants according to the lottery Act must be over 16 but do not need to be club members. The Prize Pot is approx 50% of the monthly income shared between 3 winners with a minimum of...
1st Prize £100, 2nd Prize £30, 3rd prize £20.
There are two ways you can join:
Either make a standing order to the RCRC account for £5 per ball per month.
(Please email Royals Treasurer to let me know you've joined).
Sort Code 60 40 08
Account Number 32581238
Or secondly send a cheque for £60 for the year, email Royals Treasurer for postal Address.
Currently the following numbers are available 15,16,17,21,22,23,46,47 and all numbers from 54-100.
1st Mike Palamarczuk, 2nd Adam Wilson, 3rd Simon Parington - Drawn by Chloe Sheward
1st Bonner Davies, 2nd Andrew Firmin, 3rd Tom Rushton - Drawn by Sam Wilson
1st Peter Englishl, 2nd Chloe Seward, 3rd Peter Jarvis - Drawn by Cezara Arsenie.
Below are some links that you may find useful.
NOTE: Please be aware that The Royal Chester Rowing Club takes no responsibility for the content of any of the above websites/links.
RCRC- a Charitable Incorporated Organisation
We are pleased to confirm that the Charity Commission has now registered our club as a Charitable Incorporated Organisation (CIO) with the Registered Charity Number 1188080. As previously described and agreed at our EGM last October, this will provide the Club with a number of financial safeguards and opportunities, at the same time establishing a governance structure fit for the modern sports world. You will start to see the Charity Number appear on our letterheads and webpages.
In general, any changes due to the CIO will be in administration, however, the most visible aspect of Tour new CIO status is the appointment of seven Trustees who are responsible for ensuring that the governance of the Club remains in accordance with Charity Commission regulations for a CIO. The initial seven Trustees are Jack McGarva, Bonner Davies, Adam Wilson, Chloe Sheward, Andrew Firman, Michal Palamarczuk and John Boothman. They will work alongside the General Committee providing additional support as well as attending to CIO matters and we envisage a “seamless” team in all areas.
In accordance with our constitution at the next AGM, all seven Trustees will stand down for either re-election or replacement, and at each subsequent AGM, two Trustees will stand down for either re-election or replacement. No Trustee can serve more than 3 consecutive terms.
It can be seen therefore, that there will be plenty of opportunities for any member to express interest in becoming a trustee and put their name forward for election at an AGM. In the near future, and bearing in mind the current health restrictions, we propose to issue a comprehensive “how it works manual” for the current Trustees, and any member interested in becoming a future trustee will be very welcome to enquire and learn about the roles and responsibilities of governance within a CIO.