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TG Constitutions & Guidelines

Guild Constitution 2015.pdf

Federation Model Constitution 2015.pdf

2015 GUIDELINES FOR THE DUTIES OF GUILD OFFICERS.pdf



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Elaine Light
Posted: Wednesday, 21 Sep 2016 02:38
Are there a set of TG Standing Orders? I am trying to find out if there are any national rules relating to ladies who are still on their 3 visit trial period and their eligibility to attend Guild clubs held in the same venue as the monthly meeting during this period.
Joanne Egan
Posted: Thursday, 22 Sep 2016 05:20
Dear Elaine Thank you for your comment. The number of visits that an interested lady can make is at the discretion of each Guild. However HQ would advise that no more than 2 visits are permitted. Fees for visitors are also at the dicretion of your Guild and HQ’s advice on this was recently issued in National Treasurer’s letter in the August 2016 mailing*. (* available to all Members in the Members Area section 'August 2016 Mailing to Guilds and Federations')

Judith Kidd
Posted: Friday, 1 Apr 2016 03:25
Would it be possible to show the constitution outside the members only area? It doesn't seem to be information that is either sensitive or to carry a particular benefit to members. Can we put it on our Guild website?
Valerie Barker
Posted: Saturday, 28 Feb 2015 09:36
I agree with Lynn - a document needs to state the actual content and avoid members being confused or thinking that they have either lost or not printed all the pages.
Joanne Egan
Posted: Thursday, 29 Jan 2015 12:49
Hi Lynn, Yes those pages have deliberately been left blank as the original document was a 16 page A5 booklet which requires printing in multiples of 4.
Lynn Blandford
Posted: Thursday, 29 Jan 2015 11:59
The document states there are 16 pages, however there are only 13 the other 3 are blank
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