02/04/20: Message from the Royal County of Berkshire Benevolent Fund regarding Coronavirus
At this difficult time the Fund wishes to remind all Berkshire bowlers that we are here for the sole purpose of granting aid or relief to both male and female bowlers and their dependants who from age, infirmity or any cause which the committee consider worthy of financial aid or assistance.
Applications for assistance will normally be submitted by the Committee of the Club of which the applicant is or was a member, but may also be recommended by the appointed liaison person of the club in question.
The names of the persons seeking assistance to be disclosed only to the Benevolent Committee and regarded as strictly confidential. Please check below where further information and contact details are available.
We would hope that all bowlers keep themselves safe by avoiding physical contact with those outside their household to lessen the chance of passing on the virus, but will keep in touch with each other by phone.checking that we are all OK and to keep each others spirits up.
ROYAL COUNTY OF BERKSHIRE BOWLING ASSOCIATION
BENEVOLENT FUND : 2020 Triples Championship
(inaugurated 28th November 1931)
A. Bartter (Hungerford BC)
R.E. Fenner (Three Mile Cross B.C.)
D. Parsonson (Thatcham B.C.)
Telephone: 07885 219797
Hon. Secretary and Treasurer
Telephone: 0118 942 6362
A. Bartter Hungerford B.C.
R Fenner Three Mile Cross B C
D. Parsonson Thatcham B.C.
J. Snook Reading B.C.
R. Heathman Windsor & Eton B.C.
T Durrant Faringdon B C
G Boucher Didcot B C
CONSTITUTION AND REGULATIONS
1. This Fund is for the sole purpose of granting aid to bowlers and their dependants who from age, illness or infirmity or any other cause which the Committee consider worthy of financial assistance.
2. The Fund is to be governed by three Trustees comprised of the Chairman, the Hon. Secretary and Treasurer (Combined Office) and one other Committee Member. The Committee is not to exceed seven members in total. All appointments to be ratified at the next Annual General Meeting of the County Association.
3. Applications for assistance will normally be submitted by the Committee of the Club of which the applicant is or was a Member but may also be recommended by the appointed liaison person of the Club in question.
4. The names of persons seeking assistance to be disclosed only to the Benevolent Committee and regarded as strictly confidential.
5. The Chairman or Secretary of the Fund shall report on the work of the Fund, including an independently examined statement of accounts to the Annual General Meeting of the County Association.
6. The Financial Year of the Fund shall coincide with that of the County Association.
7. An independently examined copy of accounts together with a list of subscribers shall be published annually.