Goring & Streatley

The Trustees and their Role

The property of the Club is vested in our Trustees and is dealt with by them as the General Management Committee directs.

The Golf Club owns the freehold of the property, which comprises land, houses, the greenkeepers complex, fences, the Clubhouse and car park, and any rights and easements and benefits formerly enjoyed by the Club under the original conveyance.

The Trustees make any representations or appeals relating to any planning proposals which affect the property, of which notice has been served.

All of the past and present Trustees are members of long standing who have served for many years on the Committee. It is considered to be helpful to the GMC, as well as the members, to have members of long standing and wide experience of the Club's affairs and to provide a degree of continuity and experience which otherwise might be lacking.

Although the Trustees' powers are, as bare Trustees, limited their duties and responsibilities, though wide, can be summarised as holding the property for the members of the Club and ensuring its preservation.

Our Trustees are usually three in number and not more than four and they are indemnified against risk and expenses out of the Club property. 

Our Current Trustees are:

Mr Adrian Johnson; Captain in 1980, President from 2003-2006, Trustee since 1982
Mr Ian Parsons; Captain in 2001, Trustee since 2001
Mr Colin Arnold; Captain in 2009, Trustee since 2009





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