The club encourages all eligible members to become key/code holders and to use the clubhouse as much as possible to further their canoeing experience.
To be a key-code holder one must:
Being a key-code holder comes with responsibilities for ensuring the premises and kit are kept secure and safe.
The person who unlocks the clubhouse is the person responsible for:
* If another key-code holder turns up then the responsibility for locking up may be handed over to them, but this must only be done with their agreement, with both parties clear about who is locking up and the key-code holder who originally unlocked the clubhouse must record the name of the person taking on the responsibility and the time.
Being a key-code holder is a privilege that will be withdrawn if members do not take all reasonable care to keep the premises secure or otherwise misuse or abuse access to the clubhouse and site.
Updated following committeemeeting12/12/18