In this website, I often refer to the fact that the Lincoln and District Indoor Bowling Club Co Ltd (LIBC) is a CASC registered club. The Community Amateur Sports Club (CASC) scheme was introduced in 2002 as an option for clubs to register with HMRC  (the tax man) and receive tax reliefs in return for the club committing to always comply with a set of regulations. LIBC joined in 2004. More - click here.

FOR YOUR INFORMATION: I have prepared or referenced:

  • In case you don’t know me, a brief "Lyon in the LIBC" CV - click here.

  • A brief explanation of what a CASC is - click here.

  • A brief history of LIBC’s (lack of) CASC compliance - click here

  • A brief explanation of what ACASC is, and what it isn’t - click here.

  • A brief explanation about directors in a CASC registered limited company - click here.

  • Explanations on the principles of Natural Justice and Disciplinary Procedures:

    • Sport Resolutions paper on Disciplinary Procedures - click here

    • EIBA Discipline and Appeals Procedures - click here

    • Newcastle Under Lyme borough council GUIDANCE NOTES Natural Justice - click here.

  • Useful related internet links:

    • Lincoln and District Indoor Bowling Club (LIBC) - click here.

    • Companies House filing list for LIBC - click here.

    • English Indoor Bowling Association (EIBA) - click here.