List of Correspondents, Rules and Bye-Laws 2012
This book contains the Club's 2012 Rules and Bye-Laws, full contact details for the Club’s correspondents. For ease of reference the book is available to download in sectionals. The Rules section pdf has a contents page starting on page three which is linked to the relevant rule - click on the Rule to jump to the page.
The list of Correspondents is available as a pdf and whilst every effort has been made to ensure that it is correct at time of print, this list can change throughout the course of the year. We recommend when looking for a correspondent, you use our List of Correspondents on the website to be sure of the most up to date list.
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