Appropriate Governing Document
- This will vary depending on the legal status of your organisation.
- We have created a guide to the various legal statuses open to your organisation here
- You can find templates below for:
- To evidence compliance with this standard, you must upload the most recent, signed copy of your governing document.
- The size of your committee needs to suit the needs of your club/group/association
- At a minimum you must have the following:
- Wellbeing and Protection Officer (if you have U18s)
- You may have other committee members to cover areas such as Club Kit, Membership, Social events, and Communications.
- We have provided a range of template role descriptors here
- If you are a member of your committee you must be a member of British Cycling and have a membership number
- To evidence compliance with this standard, you must upload the names of each of the committee members and their British Cycling numbers as outlined above.
Annual General Meeting (AGM)
- An AGM allows your members to hear reports from the Committee on the achievements and work of your organisation over the year, to elect the Committee for the next year, to make any changes to the constitution, to accept accounts and any other necessary business
- To evidence compliance with this standard, you must upload the minutes of your last AGM.
- If you have not held an AGM previously, you will not be able to comply with this standard on this occasion. In order to affiliate in 2022, you must have held an AGM during 2021
Data Use Policy
- This will outline to your members how their data is handled and processed within your club while adhering to the General Data Protection Regulations.
- You can download a GDPR compliant policy here
- To evidence compliance with this standard, you must upload your policy and confirm that your club has adopted, and embedded it in its practices