The role of a charity trustee is to ensure the charity is carrying out its purposes for the public benefit, comply with the charity’s governing document and the law, act in the charity’s best interests, manage the charity’s resources responsibly, act with reasonable care and skill, ensure the charity is accountable ...
To act as an ambassador for the club and provide leadership in the overall direction and running of the club.
Currently under Review. To have an overview of the club's public image on behalf of the committee, maintain a publicity pack and advise members organising events on the best ways of publicising them.
The committee is the group that runs the club day to day, reporting to the trustees.
Chair committee meetings and the AGM of the Nonsuch Dulcimer Club, set agendas for those meetings in consultation with committee members ...
To collate and commission articles sent in by members and prepare the newsletter in a form suitable for electronic distribution and printing, arrange for the printing and pass to the distribution team.
To develop and maintain the club's web-site, both the public view and the members only area
To receive and process all membership applications and renewals, maintain the membership records, facilitate the distribution of the Nonsuch newsletter and other important information and act as contact point to provide club details to potential members.
Manage all bookings by participants for the Annual Nonsuch Event, respond to enquiries related to bookings and work in liaison with the Annual Event Organiser as appropriate.
Find suitable venues for the Annual Event, arrange accommodation at the chosen venue, make a budget and keep accounts of income and expenditure, publicise the event in the club newsletter and elsewhere as appropriate, liaise with the Annual Event Bookings Organiser as required ...
To maintain financial records, monitor income and expenditure and prepare accounts for approval.