robgul wrote:My recollection is that the question was asked by CTC when Dennis registered the new club BEFORE the request for the SGM notice.
Whenever it was asked, it doesn't sit well with this part of your record
Most organisations would be trying to keep "customers" - or at least ask why they were leaving .... Is that just poor management or welcoming the fact that another MG was out of CTC's hair?
I understand HoE's reasons for dissolving the MG and setting up the CC, I find it harder to understand why you feel the need for the frequent sniping from the outside. For example why would an affiliated club be publishing the re-branding material aimed at those who are expected to use it? It's not a secret, it had already been sent to every member group, they're are dealing with it in whatever way they see fit. Nor do I get HOE's desire to encourage other MGs to follow them down the same path, they weren't the first, I doubt they'll be the last, they didn't do anything that isn't covered in the handbook. They/you do seem to lack the understanding that other MGs may have looked at the options and come to different conclusions. My own opinion is that unless there's a compelling reason for leaving now, MGs are better off keeping an open mind and waiting to see where we end up after this period of change.