MIDDLESEX MEMBERS' COMMUNICATION GROUP
The Middlesex Members' Communication Group was established in 2019 and was introduced to help aid the flow of information to members from the club and to the club from the members.
The group of six long-standing members, who have all volunteered their time to help the club improve communications from top to bottom, will work closely with club officials to ensure that key club messages and information is effectively and transparently disseminated to the membership at large to obtain feedback on the club's activities.
The group will also have a direct line straight to the Middlesex Executive, in order to be able to provide answers to any members’ questions or issues that arise in a timely fashion and will meet at regular points throughout the year to ensure that the process continues to yield the best results for the club’s members.
Representatives of the Members' Communication Group also attend the Club's Membership Committee meetings to provide updates on relevant matters arising from across the wider membership.
In addition to this, at selected matches throughout the season, members of the club’s Board of Directors will be available in the Middlesex Room to answer members’ questions in person, providing a relaxed forum in which to discuss any issues of concern face to face. Details of these sessions will be communicated to members at the appropriate times.
The Club's Members' Communications Group are happy to make themselves available to speak to the Club's members. If you have any questions or if there are any issues you wish to discuss, then by all means contact them directly in person on matchdays or contact the club at [email protected]
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