Although I've written in the forthcoming British Go Journal that all Council members are offering themselves for re-election, it turns out that two of the existing members have recently decided not to for a variety of personal reasons.
We thank them for their efforts and hope that they will still continue working with the BGA to promote and develop Go in the UK.
Nominations for Council membe
This summarises the major discussions and actions from the BGA Council meetings 13th October and 2nd December 2012 and preceding discussions:
In May this year we told you that Francis Roads should have been our nominated representative at this year's World Amateur, but there had been some miscommunications and that, at a very late stage, Sam Aitken had stepped in to represent us.
As you're probably aware our policy is that the person with the highest number of points in this table, subject
A consultation on changes to this is being initiated this afternoon on the bga-policy mailing list. All BGA members are welcome to comment.
This summarises the major discussions and actions from the BGA Council meeting 14th July 2012 and preceding discussions:
Held at: Dunelm House, Durham, 21st April 2012
Chaired by: Jon Diamond (President)
The meeting opened at 6:18pm and those present were asked to sign the attendance sheet.
This year, the BGA is making a concerted effort to attract new players to the game of go by encouraging new go clubs to form in Universities and Colleges.
This summarises the major discussions and actions from the BGA Council meeting 22nd April 2012 and preceding discussions:
This summarises the major discussions and actions from the BGA Council meeting 11th March 2012 and preceding discussions:
A draft update to our Trifold flyer has been produced and we'd like your comments on it, before its printed later this year.
The major changes are:
It's available here.