The club was awarded the Queen's Award for Voluntary Service 2007 for the commitment by parents in delivering a comprehensive programme for young people people. The club can only meet its legal requirement in providing the event programmes by having the support and assistance of Parents and Volunteers to carryout important s to which training is provided. The club has an Executive Committee who all volunteers freely of their time providing the development and general management of the club.
We offer training opportunities for our volunteers and some of these - First Aider training, for instance, provide a valuable life and community skill. Our modern approach to volunteering provides benefits to all those involved - both the giver and receiver of the services volunteered. We are working closely with Volunteer Scotland and other organisations who have a wealth of knowledge and skill to offer.
At each event we are required to provide track Marshals, First Aid Personnel, Clark of the Course, Technical and Environmental Officers.
It is not possible for this club to provide safe events, unless all parents are actively participating in giving the manpower required to assist at providing the events programme, assisting with routine track maintenance and attending at public and promotional events. The club offers many training opportunities for our Volunteers and Riders - such as First Aid Courses.
Our modern approach to volunteering should provide benefits to all those involved - both the giver and the receiver of the services volunteered. The club works closely with these agencies who offer and provide many opportunities so please visit their web sites to view what is on offer.