The Group Executive Committee
|The Group Chair||Vacant|
|The Group Secretary||Mark Timson|
|The Group Treasurer||Deborah Crumley|
|The Group Scout Leader||Jon Bloor|
|The Assistant Group Scout Leader|
|The Explorer Scout Leader (if stated in a Partnership Agreement, and subject to that Explorer Scout Leader expressly indicating to the AGM (in writing or orally at the meeting) that they are willing to perform such a function)||n/a|
|The Sponsoring Authority or its nominee|
All Section Leaders
(i.e. individuals holding a Beaver Scout Leader, Cub Scout Leader or Scout Leader role) subject to that Section Leader expressly indicating to the AGM (in writing or orally at the meeting) that they are willing to perform such a function.
|Cub Leader||Andrew Leake|
Persons elected at the Group Annual General Meeting (there should b 4-6 in number). the actual number must be the subject of a resolution by the Group Scout Council.
- These are persons nominated by the SL and approved at the Group Annual General Meeting
- The number of nominated members must not exceed the number of elected members.
- persons co-opted annually by the Group Executive Committee
- the number of co-opted members must not exceed the number of elected members.
Right of Attendance
- The District Commissioner & the District Chair have the right of attendance at meetings of the Group Executive Committee. iv. Additional Requirements for sub-Committees:
- consist of members nominated by the Committee.
- The Group Scout Leader and the Group Chair will be ex-officio members of any sub-committee of the Group Executive Committee.
- Any fundraising committee must include at least two members of the Group Executive Committee.
- No Section Leader or Assistant Leader may serve on such a fundraising sub Committee.
Additional Requirements for Charity Trustees:
- All members of the Group Executive Committee are Charity Trustees of the Scout Group
- Only persons aged 18 and over may be full voting members of the Group Executive Committee because of their status as Charity Trustees (however the views of young people in the Group must be taken into consideration).
- Certain people are disqualified from being Charity Trustees by virtue of the Charities Acts. (See rule 13.1)
- Charity Trustees are responsible for ensuring compliance with all relevant legislation including the Data Protection Act
Issued: May 2019