The Scottish Gymnastics board of directors held the annual general meeting on Sunday 25 February. It was great to have clubs join the virtual meeting, along with the submission of a high number of proxy votes, and as a result the meeting was quorate.   

Our chair Brian Ewing OBE and CEO Doc McKelvey shared their review of the year, along with our finance director David Johnson providing an update on the financial accounts.  

The proposed increase to individual membership fees was approved for 2024/25 membership year. The new fees below are from 1 September 2024. 

 Current fees2024/25 fees from 1 September  
Assistant coach£46£50
Other club roles£22£24
Support services£5£5

Club fees remain the same for the coming membership year. 

Size of club 2024/25 fee from 1 September  
1 – 100 members £110 
101- 250 members £146 
251 – 500 members £220 
500+ members £366 

Brian Ewing begins his last term of office, alongside our directors, Claire Bath, Ally Whike, and Ian Chambers who all continue in their board roles.  

Previous AGM Meetings and Minutes

2023 AGM26 February OnlineMinutes
2022 GM16 June OnlineMinutes
2021 AGM19 SeptemberOnlineMinutes
2020 AGM20 SeptemberOnline Minutes
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