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In a speech characterised by wit and business-like assurance, Angus recalled occasions during the past year when the benefits of sailing together and meeting together had been manifest: ‘that’s what gives us the enthusiasm’. Summarising work behind the scenes, Angus spoke of Archie MacCallum’s ‘hugely appreciated’ role in safeguarding the Club archive.
In summary, Angus said it had been an excellent year tinged with sadness, caused by the death of several older members, including honorary president Robin Boyd. In his secretary’s report, Eric Schofield spoke of a busy year for enquiries, including two BBC production offices looking for information in relation to proposed films. Reporting on the Club’s finances, Billy Tomlinson gave a detailed explanation of the income and expenditure account that had been sent to members in the April mailing. There was no election for president or vice-president, the holders of these posts being in the middle of two-year terms. Among the positives cited by CRSC president Angus Ross were the number of successful excur-sions and talks promoted by the Club over the previous 12 months, underlining the benefits of CRSC membership for all who took part.


He welcomed the Club’s latest publication, ‘Steamers at War’, compiled by Ian Hall using material bequeathed by the late Peter Herriot, and paid tribute to Charles McCrossan for his work on digitisation and the Club website. Committee meetings had deliberated on how best to deal with the Club’s slide collection and storage of archives.
Observing that there had been a drop in membership, he said ‘the Club is not going to die, but with increasing age there’s going to be a continued decline [in membership numbers]’. Secretary, treasurer and membership secretary were re-elected unopposed, and of the six nominations for five ordinary committee posts, the following were elected: Robert Cleary, Neil Guthrie, John Newth, Roy Paterson, Iain Wilson. On a less encouraging note, the meeting heard that expenditure had exceeded subscription income, and that much of the Club’s rich slide collection had been ruined beyond recovery. Due to printing problems the Review of 2013 had yet to be published, ‘but it will be with us soon’. The Club was in a stable financial situation, thanks partly to annual bequests left by three former members, A.B.


The sell-out Calendar had once again been jointly produced with the West Highland Steamer Club, ‘with whom we are more or less in harmony’, and there were plaudits for membership secretary Stuart Craig, cruise coordinator Neil Guthrie, the editors of the ‘Review’ and ‘Clyde Steamers’ and the organisers of the Ship Ahoy!
As for ‘the terrible twosome’ — long-serving treasurer Billy Tomlinson and secretary Eric Schofield — ‘we value the time and effort you put in’. Johnston (together totalling around £1,000), and partly to ‘income from other activities’, which compensated for the fact that the annual subscription did not cover the Club’s outgoings. In the light of this, and the fact that the subscription had remained stable for two years, the committee was recommending a small increase to £25.
The meeting agreed to the rise without a single objection, with vice-president Iain Morgan noting that it was preferable to put the subscription up by a small amount now, rather than impose a big hike at a future date.



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