Code of Practice
1 .Standards of conduct
Club members and guests will at all times adhere to the following code of practice.
They make every effort to keep the Club’s premise tidy and clear of any un-due obstructions that may cause injury to others.
They must clear their own gaming equipment and that of any items borrowed from other club members, along with any club facilities that they have used.
It is the responsibility of each player to clear and return their gaming equipment to the designated locations, repeated failure to do this without prior agreement from the clubs quartermaster may result in a punitive fine, as defined in 3.7.2 of the club constitution.
They must make every effort to dispose of any refuse in the appropriate containers
They must refrain from throwing any item across the club premise (including any small children)
If the Club Committee is unable to resolve the disagreement, or if personally involved in the disagreement, the matter must be referred to the Independent Body (in most cases being the area Castilian Knight of the GCN).
Any disagreements failed to be resolved must be referred to the GCN Council:
Any disagreement between two or more GCN registered clubs
Suspension of membership ensures that no situation in the Gaming Club arises which could cause further concern and that no member is placed in a position which may cause further compromise. Such action may be necessary in the following cases:
Suspended members must not participate in any activity connected with Bracknell Forest Gamers and must not wear any from of uniform, badges or display any apparel with the Club logo or name upon them .
Any Bracknell Forest Gamers member who is suspended has the right of appeal (with the aid of a ‘friend’ if so desired). If so requested by the person suspended, the Club Official asked for appeal, may appoint a sub-committee to hear the appeal.