The Gazette - February 2002
Edited by Peter Price
The views expressed in the Gazette do not necessarily reflect the policies or views of the BCA, nor those of the editor.
NOTES FROM THE SECRETARY
This year's AGM will be looking at several important proposals which could have an influence on the way in which the BCA goes forward.
The format of the British Championship continues to exercise the minds of many who think we may not quite have it right at the moment, and a radical proposal for a junior division of BCA are probably the two most significant issues we will be discussing, but there are sure to be other items which will provoke animated discussion.
I appreciate that some try to avoid meetings like the plague but I ask you to do your best to join us in trying to reach the right decisions: we would all like to skip the AGM if we could but our BCA would be in a right mess if we did.