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The Pony Club is a voluntary youth organisation for young people interested in ponies and riding. Today it has Branches worldwide but these FAQ's apply only to Branches and Centres in the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. Within the ...
The Rules of The Pony Club can be found on The Pony Club website under the 'Parents & Officials' tab, or by clicking below. They can also be found in The Pony Club Year Book. RELATED LINKS: Rules of The Pony Club [http://www.pcuk.org/index.php/parents...
Volunteers are the backbone of The Pony Club. The Pony Club could not operate and provide young riders with fantastic opportunities without the dedication of around 20,000 hardworking volunteers. Pony Club Branches are run by volunteers, who make up the...
Pony Club clothing is available from The Pony Club's official supplier, Wainwright Screen Print, whose details can be found below and in The Pony Club Yearbook. This supplier has permission to re-produce The Pony Club's logo on clothing and do so in an ap...
Complaints and objections arising from within competitions should be dealt with in accordance with the procedure detailed in the relevant discipline rule book. Decisions made in this way are final, and no appeal will be entertained. Should a breach of e...
If a problem arises within a Branch or a Centre, it is for the District Commissioner or Centre Membership Executive Officer/Regional Centre Co-ordinator to try initially to resolve the problem. If they are unable to do so, then they should enlist the help...
These can be found on the "Parents & Officials" tab of The Pony Club Website, under "Rules & Rulebooks". You can also purchase a hard copy of the appropriate rule books by visiting the online shop, these are £3.00. RELATED LINKS: The Pony Club Website...
The photo allowance on the Classified site is in KBs. Be sure that your photos are within this size limit else they will not load. You can find out the size of an image by right clicking on the picture and selecting properties. This will then show you the...
Orders from The Pony Club online shop are subject to the following postage costs: * £0.00 - £9.99 = £1.00 postage cost * £10.00 - £29.99 = £2.00 postage cost * £30.00 and over = £3.00 postage cost All orders are despatched by either Royal Mail 2n...
You will be able to find a price list in The Pony Club Yearbook on pages 12 - 18. RELATED LINKS: The Pony Club Online Shop [http://shop.pcuk.org]
The award is aimed at encouraging more young people to volunteer across all the equestrian disciplines. Any young person aged 13 - 25 can take part in the award and they do not have to ride, drive or vault themselves. The award enables young people to g...
The Pony Club requires Membership data to assist with insurance, the effective running of Club activities and the regulation of The Pony Club Rules. We may contact Members from time to time in order to monitor Membership satisfaction and to seek improve...
Unless restricted by law, all Members can request a copy of their own Membership data held by The Pony Club. The Charity is entitled to charge a fee of up to £10 for this service. A Member may only obtain access to their own record and not the data pert...
All of our current offers are listed on the Event Offers page of The Pony Club website, along with details of the promotional codes to use when booking. Related Links: Event Offers page - The Pony Club website [http://www.pcuk.org/index.php/news/51]
The 2012 Pony Club Annual was produced in an entirely online format with interactive elements such as photo galleries and videos. It is available to view on the link below - note that there are two different editions the Junior Annual and the Senior Ann...
The Club's colours are pale blue, gold and purple. Members should wear The Pony Club approved tie in these colours whenever attending a Pony Club activity, unless the wearing of a tie is inappropriate to that activity. There is a dark blue tie that may be...