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 Clubs join annually and pay a membership fee. Up to date details on the process, fees and requirements for club membership must be maintained on the BCA public website. The Club membership process is handled by the Membership Administrator. Clubs applying for first-time BCA membership must be put before any National Council Meeting as the next item of business following apologies and establishment of a quorum and accepted or rejected by a simple majority of those eligible to vote.  Clubs join annually and pay a membership fee. Up to date details on the process, fees and requirements for club membership must be maintained on the BCA public website. The Club membership process is handled by the Membership Administrator. Clubs applying for first-time BCA membership must be put before any National Council Meeting as the next item of business following apologies and establishment of a quorum and accepted or rejected by a simple majority of those eligible to vote. 
  
-The BCA Membership Administrator should ensure any new memberships ​are checked for eligibility and put on the next BCA Council agenda (contact the Secretary) or included in the Membership Administrator report along with any supporting documents. ​+The BCA Membership Administrator should ensure any prospective ​new members ​are checked for eligibility and put on the next BCA Council agenda (contact the Secretary) or included in the Membership Administrator report along with any supporting documents.  
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 +Clubs who have allowed their BCA membership to lapse by three years or less may renew their membership without Council approval, at the discretion of the Membership Administrator who may wish to check their eligibility has not changed. A club who have allowed their membership to lapse by more than three years should be processed as a new (first-time) member.
  
-Clubs who have allowed their BCA membership to lapse by three years or less may renew their membership without Council approval, at the discretion of the Membership Administrator. A club member who have allowed their membership to lapse by more than three years should be put to BCA Council as if they were a first-time member. 
  
  
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