Jenny Radcliffe has announced that she will not be standing again for Council at this year's AGM.
This means that there will definitely be at least one vacancy on Council.
We don't have any offers to host the 2013 British Open currently, so we're inviting people to submit offers to run this annual tournament.
In the last few years we've been to Edinburgh, Malmesbury and this year to Durham, so it would be nice to have a location in the South East for 2013; but we're prepared to consider any offers.
If you're interested please talk to any Council member.
HELP NEEDED: we want to find out more about how you access our news, as you may have seen advertised in the Spring 2012 issue of the British Go Journal, so that we can serve you better.
The BGA is continuing its regular activities, such as Membership Administration, the Youth Grand Prix and the BGJ, however Council has been discussing what and how to prioritise our development activities for 2012 and this is what we've come up with:
Quite a number of our clubs are just about hanging
Our most pressing requirement is for people to help with a number of activities in our Youth Development area, helping Paul Smith.
This summarises the major discussions and actions from the BGA Council meeting 6th November 2011 and preceding discussions:
Apologies for the delay - the highlights of the Council meeting held in March and July have now been posted online. Minutes of all Council meetings are available to BGA members by contacting the Secretary.
The next Council meeting is being held on 6th November 2011. Please contact a Council member if you wish to raise anything for discussion there.
This summarises the major discussions and actions from the BGA Council meeting 16th July 2011 and preceding discussions
This summarises the major discussions and actions from the BGA Council meeting 13th March 2011 and preceding discussions
In March the BGA was approached by a Taiwanese Game Manufacturer who wanted to use the text and diagrams from our “How to Play GO” booklet in a new Go set produced in volume for the North American and European market.