Carleton Riding Club Membership 2023 (Going Ahead)

Show Date
Thu, Dec 1, 2022 to Sun, Dec 31, 2023
Starting Times:


Booking Type 1
Membership (Annual Senior Individual)     (Closed)
Ticket Cost:
Booking Type 2
Membership (Annual Junior Individual)     (Closed)
Ticket Cost:
Junior members must be under 18 years of age as of 1st January 2022. Please provide a parent contact for all Juniors
Booking Type 3
Membership (Social)     (Closed)
Ticket Cost:
Social memberships are for non-riding members
Booking Type 4
Membership (Annual 3 Family Members)     (Closed)
Ticket Cost:
Family memberships are for those who reside at the same address
Booking Type 5
Membership (Annual 4 Family Members)     (Closed)
Ticket Cost:
Family memberships are for those who reside at the same address

Show Secretary: Carleton Riding Club Show Secretary

Uk Location, UK
Map Link: Uk Location

Payment Details & Event Fees

You can Join the Club using our Secure Online Entry System.
Payment is secure and it goes directly to Carleton Riding Club.
You will receive an email confirmation of your booking and payment.

The club depends on voluntary help to run its activities. It is a condition of membership that you help AT LEAST ONCE during the season on a show day. Please indicate which date/s and provisional time you will help.
8am-1.30pm April 23rd, May 21st, June 18th, July 16th, September 17th, October 15th, Dec 10th (Christmas Show)
12.30-6pm April 23rd, May 21st, June 18th, July 16th, September 17th, October 15th, Dec 10th (Christmas Show)

Please indicate if there is a job that you would prefer to do. Juniors must be supervised by their parents or guardian when helping. The Committee reserves the right to refuse membership to any member not completing this section of the membership form.

Terms & Conditions


I understand that it is a condition of membership that I provide help at one event per year. I have read, and agree to abide by, the Rules & Constitution of the Club. Your membership details are stored in accordance with GDPR rules. By signing this form, you agree to your details being shared with BRC and that Carleton Riding Club may publish photos of you / your child on the club’s social media, website, in reports and other associated items.

The club shall be known as ‘Carleton Riding Club.’

The objectives of the club shall be:
a) To encourage riding as a sport and recreation, to promote good fellowship amongst riders and to improve and maintain the standard of riding and horsemanship.
b) To organise instructional meetings, lectures and competitive events and other activities deemed to further the objectives.
c) To be affiliated to the British Horse Society and to support and co-operate with recognised organisations interested in the breeding and use of all breeds and types of horses and ponies.
d) To concern itself with any objective which will benefit the horse and horse user in the district.

This shall consist of those persons who have paid the due subscription for the current period, irrespective of age, gender, ability, race, religion, ethnic origin, creed, colour, social status, or sexual orientation.

Senior Members are persons who have attained the age of 18 years and Junior Members are persons aged between 0 – 17 years on 1st January of the current membership year.

The annual subscription shall be payable on the first day of the Club’s financial year. Any member whose subscription is more than three months in arrears shall have his or her name removed from the membership list.

Honorary membership may be conferred upon any persons deemed by the committee to have rendered notable service to the Club.

The committee may expel from membership of the Club any member who has wilfully disobeyed any of the rules of the Club, or who has in the opinion of the committee been guilty of any conduct derogatory to the character or prejudicial to the interests of the Club. Provided that before expelling him/her the committee shall call upon him/her for an explanation of his/her conduct and shall hear what he/she may wish to urge in his defence.

The Committee
a) All powers of management shall be vested in the senior committee consisting of the Chair, Secretary, Treasurer, and a minimum of 3 or a maximum of 9 other committee members. Five shall form a quorum.
b) At the Annual General Meeting one third of the members of the committee shall retire. The members to retire being those who have been longest in office and between those who have been in office for the same length of time, the members to retire shall be determined by lot. Retiring members shall be eligible for re-election.
c) The Chair, Secretary and Treasurer shall be elected annually by the committee from among their number.
d) The decision of the committee shall be final unless over-ruled at a General Meeting.
e) The committee shall be the sole authority for the interpretation of the rules or for anything relating to the Club not provided therein and their decision shall be final and binding on the members.
f) The committee may formulate byelaws for the detailed running of the Club and elect sub-committees for any special activities of the Club, which the committee may authorise.
g) The committee shall have the power to fill any casual vacancy arising among members of the committee, but any persons so co-opted shall retain office only until the next Annual General Meeting and then shall be eligible for re-election.

The financial year of the Club shall commence on the 1st January each year.

The committee may annually appoint a President and Vice President. These shall not by virtue only of such appointments become members of the committee.

The Annual General Meeting shall be held in the month of November to transact the following business:
a) To receive and, if approved, adopt a statement of the Club’s Accounts to the end of the preceding year.
b) To fill vacancies on the committee.
c) To appoint an auditor.
d) To deal with any special matter the committee may desire to bring before the members and to receive suggestions from the members for consideration by the committee.

A notice convening the general meeting shall be sent to the members not less than 21 days before the meeting or alternatively, if that member so elects, by e-mail, and posted on the Club website and Facebook page and shall specify the matters to be dealt with.

The Accounts of the Club shall be audited each year by the person appointed at the preceding Annual General Meeting.

A Special General Meeting may be called by the committee, or by a request signed by not less than five members specifying the business to be discussed. The Secretary shall give all members ten days notice of the date of such a meeting specifying the matters to be dealt with.

Notice may be given to any member by post to the member’s address, in the UK, registered in the records of the Club, or alternatively, if that member so elects, by e-mail. If any member has no address in the UK such member shall be entitled to receive any notice by e-mail. The accidental omission to give notice of a meeting or the non-receipt of a notice of a meeting by a member shall not invalidate the proceedings of that meeting.

These rules may be added to repealed or amended by resolution at any Annual or Special General Meeting, provided that no such resolution shall be deemed to have been passed unless carried by a majority of least two thirds of the members present and voting thereon, and provided that prior notice has been sent to all members stating the proposed amendment.

In the event of the Club folding, such funds as are to hand should be divided equally between the Brooke Animal Hospital and the East Anglian Air Ambulance.


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