Heroes & Heroines
Heroes and Heroines is a non-profit making, high hit, live fantasy role-play club, dedicated to providing quality LRP events.
We are based in Staffordshire and run adventures throughout the Midlands and Welsh border areas. We are not a large club by LRP standards,
having a membership of approximately 30, but we regularly get between 15 – 20 people attending each dungeon.
Membership fees for the year commencing April 1st 2010 and ending 31st March 2011 are set at £20.
Minimum prices monsters pay for events are currently as follows:
All our events unless specificly advertised otherwise are self-catering, although there will be free tea, coffee, milk, sugar, cereals and bread provided at no additional cost.
All cheques need to be made out to: Heroes and Heroines.
Prices for players and monsters will be shown on the events page for each event.
Club OfficialsThe Club President
The Club President is responsible for chairing all general meetings of the club.
He/she takes overall responsibility for the actions of the club and should have some form of personal liability insurance, but this is not mandatory.
He/she will set dates and usually sites for club events and direct the Secretary to book them in advance as well as arranging the club AGM and organising
referee meetings at which the Club Secretary should also be present if possible to note issues pertaining to the players such as rules changes, membership costs and so forth.
The Club Secretary
The Club Secretary is responsible for the following:
1. Maintaining a printed/computer version of:
• the club membership list;
• the club rules (all sets);
• the current club charges for events; and
• the list of forthcoming adventures.
2. Ensuring members have a copy of the rules and dates/costs for adventures with details of how to get to them.
3. Helping those without transport get to adventures by finding them lifts, etc.
4. Recording the minutes of all club/committee meetings.
5. Looking for and getting information on new sites for the club events to be held at.
6. Providing the club referee’s with details on how to get to aforementioned sites with information on costs and amenities so they may be investigated further/booked if necessary with payment provided by the treasurer.
7. Keep details of the nearest A & E to sites, wardens’ addresses and contact numbers, direction to the nearest police station and find the most economical route for those travelling by train.
The Club Treasurer
The Club Treasurer is responsible for maintaining the clubs financial records and ensuring that it remains solvent. In this capacity he/she must:
1. Annually renew the clubs public liability insurance.
2. Pay deposits where applicable for adventure sites.
3. Send the balance/total cost of event sites once booked.
4. Collect adventure fees.
5. Collect any refundable deposits.
6. Provide payment for any kit ordered (and vet what is requested!).
7. Collect and keep any expenditure receipts.
8. Keep the clubs overall accounts.
Where a position is vacant the Club President or the Secretary will cover the role’s responsibilities.
There will always be an uneven number of Committee members so decisions can be reached. They must be able to work together amicably to get the job done and ideally should have plenty of free time to meet at least twice a year for an informal discussion.