The future structure of SCAS
In 2017, the SCAS AGM agreed to move SCAS towards incorporation - instead of an unincorporated association - to provide a more secure basis for holding SCAS assets and to provide additional legal protection for officers and officials doing their job. The Resolution asked Council to investigate possible legal forms and to make arrangements for incorporation at a future meeting.

Any incorporated structure will require SCAS to have a small board of Trustees or Directors. However, SCAS includes County organisations, Clubs and individuals, and we want to choose a governance structure that continues to give all these a role and a say in how SCAS operates. Incorporation also allows us to look at our membership structure. We are therefore seeking views on a number of possible options.

Details of these options, and additional information about the proposals, are included in a detailed discussion paper available at This online consultation lists the main questions to make it easy for you to give us your views.

Views from individuals, clubs and counties are all welcome. Although we can not promise to meet all preferences, Council will take account of the views expressed here in drafting a detailed constitution for acceptance at a future general meeting.

Most questions include space for comments, and there is also room to make general comments at the end of the survey.

You will be able to view a summary of previous responses when you have completed the questionnaire and we will publish a link to the summary when we close the consultation.

The viewable summary will not show who made particular comments, but please DO NOT include personal information in comments as the comments themselves will be visible in the summary.

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