NEWC Regulations

Governance

The rules governing the conduct of NEWC’s affairs are set out in the Company’s Articles of Association. Read more here

The Directors of NEWC are empowered to make such Regulations as they see fit; the Regulations are intended to provide an outline of how the Articles should be interpreted and applied, in order to provide a reference point for Members and to ensure the most effective management of NEWC.

Nothing in these Regulations should be interpreted as conflicting with or overriding any matter referred to in the Company’s Articles of Association.

The Directors of NEWC are empowered to make such Regulations as they see fit; the Regulations are intended to provide an outline of how the Articles should be interpreted and applied, in order to provide a reference point for Members and to ensure the most effective management of NEWC.

Objectives

To promote effective methods of dealing with abuse, neglect, cruelty or unnecessary suffering concerned with horses;

To encourage and assist all equestrian and equine related organisations to achieve and maintain the standards laid down in the NEWC Code of Practice for Organisations Involved in the Keeping of Horses, Ponies and Donkeys.

Membership

Only those persons or organisations who qualify for membership, in accordance with the terms of Article 29 of the Articles of Association, shall be admitted as members.

The Directors may admit to membership only organisations or individual persons who are official representatives of organisations that have the status of a registered Charity or Community Interest Company in England and Wales, or a status which the Directors are satisfied amounts to equivalent status in any other jurisdiction.