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History

The first edition of the 'History' section of our website is now available - and here it is! (See attachment.) It highlights some - but by no means all - of the achievements in Scottish fencing since the inception of the modern Olympics in 1896. This is only a start. It's your turn now, and we are eager to receive your contributions.

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News from the Boardroom - June 2011

The board of directors met in Caledonia House, Edinburgh on 7 June, with Mike O'Donnell taking the chair.

 

Present: Stephen D'Agostino (Director), Chris Hyde (President), Mike O'Donnell (Director), Ed Rogers (Director), Stan Stoodley (Director), Alan Loveland (Administrator).

Present for Gala Match discussion only: Helen Hellewell and Carol Ferrier from the Foundation for Scottish Fencing.

Apologies: Ewen Cameron (Sportscotland Partnership Manager).

Governance

With a few exceptions, Scottish Fencing is largely governed by the policies and procedures of British Fencing. Here are some of the main areas:

Fencing Rules & Regulations

as British Fencing

Anti-doping Regulations

Scottish Fencing Organisation

 

 

 

 

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