The continuation and future success of the Club depends upon the contributions of many individuals and also the goodwill and active support of both the local community and others who love cricket and village cricket in particular.
Individuals can support the Club by becoming Vice Presidents. Maintaining, and hopefully increasing, the number of the Club’s Vice Presidents year on year is an important indicator of the continuing goodwill and support of the local and cricketing communities. It is also helpful for the body of Vice Presidents to reflect the diversity of views and talents within the local and cricketing communities.
Becoming a Vice President in itself makes a valuable contribution to the Club. Although a modest annual financial contribution is important, other forms of contribution such as attending and supporting the Club during matches, providing professional and other advice, undertaking particular tasks necessary to the running of the Club and simply supporting the Club within the local and cricketing communities are equally important. The obligations placed upon Vice Presidents are minimal but the opportunities for some Vice Presidents to become more involved are unlimited.
The Chairman is responsible for communication with Vice Presidents and he ensures that Vice Presidents are regularly updated on recent results and forthcoming matches, of the Club’s future plans and other important issues for example social events that may be of interest. The Vice Presidents should look towards the Chairman as a principal point of contact within the Club particularly any issues of concern relating to the affairs of the Club.
Anyone who wishes to consider becoming a Vice President should contact the Chairman.
Our current Vice Presidents are:-
P Corke Esq
G Francis Esq
G Green Esq
Mrs S C Green
Mrs E J Harris
P J Harris Esq
H R J Human Esq
J C Minter Esq
K E Osborne Esq
R Wilson Esq
S Wormell Esq