HUT FEES AND RULES

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Re: HUT FEES AND RULES

Postby johnnightingale » Fri Sep 08, 2017 9:42 am

The current hut fee is £10 per night

Remember: the continued goodwill from hut providers depends on all of us following the hut's rules and instructions

HUT RULES

The list below are those set by the LMC. There will usually be rules for users of the hut that are set by the owners. The owner’s rules will take precedence over the LMC rules and all members must comply with them.

1. Music may only be played at the discretion of the Meet leader, as with anything else that may disturb others.

2. Mobile telephones may be used outside the hut but should not ring in the hut.

3. No smoking.

4. No dogs within the hut (dogs may sometimes be kept within your car but some huts do not even allow dogs within their
grounds – check with the Meet Leader before taking your dog).

5. No noise when other people are in bed.

6. Be considerate to other users of the hut.

7. Undertake a hut-cleaning chore before leaving the hut. The meet leader usually gives these out.

8. Take home your own empty bottles and recycle as much rubbish as possible.

9. No camping in the grounds of any hut unless explicit permission from the Owning Club has been granted.

10. Use of the huts and their facilities is limited to members booked on the meet.

HUT BOOKING RULES

1. Places on the hut meets are restricted to the number stated on the meet information.

2. Bookings will open one calendar month before the first night of the meet and are made with the Meet Leader.

3. Bookings can be made by post or in person and must be accompanied by the published booking fee. Bookings by phone
do not guarantee a place. The booking fee is not returnable, except in mitigating circumstances and at the discretion of
the Committee, not the Meet Leader.

4. A member can book a maximum of two places, i.e. him/herself plus one other.

5. Bookings from or on behalf of, full members will only be accepted if he/she has paid the current year subscription.
Bookings from, or on behalf of, prospective members will only be accepted if he/she has paid the BMC insurance and
completed a prospective membership form.

6. Bookings received at any time on the opening date (postal or in person) will be given priority over postal bookings
received earlier. (In other words, post first class the day before the opening date).

7. In the event that a meet is over-subscribed on the opening date, then a ballot will be conducted in the presence of at
least one Committee member (other than the Meet Leader).

8. Members who are staying for the full number of nights for which the hut is booked will have priority over members who
are booking for less than the full number of nights.

9. When the opening date for bookings is a day when there is no postal delivery, then bookings can be received :

- on the last day when there is a delivery before the opening date
- on the day itself (i.e. hand delivered)
- on the first day when there is a delivery after the opening date.

Such bookings will have equal priority in the event of a ballot.

10. In the event of a member being subsequently unable to attend the meet, the place cannot be offered to another member
without prior consultation with the Meet Leader, since there may be a waiting list for places. People on the waiting list
take priority.[/quote]
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