HAYLING KITESURF ASSOCATION

HAYLING KITESURF ASSOCATION

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KEY MEMBER BENEFITS

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HAYLING KITESURF ASSOCIATION

CONSTITUTION

SECTION 1 – NAME AND OBJECTS

1. The name of the club shall be Hayling Kitesurfing Association (Hereinafter referred to in these rules as "the club").

2. The object for which the club is formed is to promote and facilitate the sport of kitesurfing and also to provide social and other facilities for members as may be from time to time determined.

SECTION 2- OFFICERS

3. The officers of the club shall be Full or Family members of the club and shall consist of a Chairman, a Secretary, a Treasurer and three other officers. Officers shall be elected at the Annual General Meeting in each year and shall hold office for one year, retiring at the termination of the Annual General Meeting in each year. All Officers of the club shall be eligible for re-election.

4. The Secretary shall:

(a) Keep a register of the club member's names and addresses.

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CODE OF CONDUCT

Kitesurfing is an extreme sport and is therefore potentially dangerous to both the participant and others. At HKA, we endorse the BKSA Code of Conduct to encourage responsible and considerate behaviour by all participants. You can see full details of the BKSA Code of Conduct HERE.

Many kiting accidents can be avoided if kiters stay informed of safety procedures and exercise reasonable care. However, kiters must accept that even if these safety guidelines are followed, that accidents, injury and even death may occur.

Kites can produce powerful forces with little or no warning. Sudden gusts of wind, improper line attachment, old or worn out equipment, mishandling, etc, can result in dragging and/or lofting, sometimes with no time to effectively react. A kiter may not always be able to just let go or kill the power of the kite, as many accidents have established.

The purpose of the HKA code of conduct is to minimize the potential for accidents occurring, and to create a safe environment for all beach users at Hayling Island. 

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MEMBERSHIP

The Hayling Kitesurfing Association exists as a co-operative club to protect and maintain access for kite-sports activities on Hayling Island. In addition, we also offer a cost-effective insurance policy to kite-sports participants across the UK. For further details please read the insurance section HERE.

In our role as an organisation we work closely with both CBK and Havant District Council. We welcome responsible riders of all skill levels to come to Hayling and enjoy these wonderful locations! Many of the top riders rate Hayling kitespots as some of the best in the World!

Hayling Island is a very popular spot not only because of the outstanding riding conditions but because of its quick accessability. It is only 5 minutes from the A27 between Southampton and Brighton and the same distance from the A3, a straight short drive from London. It is because of this we get a lot of riders from around the area including many from London.

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