The Royal Caledonian Curling Club

The Royal Caledonian Curling Club

National Governing Body for Curling in Scotland

Ladies Branch

The Ladies’ Branch is the name for the network of Ladies’ Centres whose representatives form the Ladies’ Standing Committee (LSC).  The remit of the Ladies’ Branch is to: foster and encourage the game of curling for women in Scotland; promote friendship among women curlers worldwide; deal with matters concerning women’s curling as remitted by the Board of the RCCC; and act as an effective two way communication channel between women curlers at local and national level.

The LSC consists of a Ladies’ Branch President, Vice President, Junior Vice President, Treasurer, and a representative from each ice centre (currently 18).  Through our committee we provide representatives to the various working committees of the RCCC.  We gain and give knowledge and opinions, which in turn helps support the work of the RCCC.  At our monthly meetings the business of the LSC and the RCCC is discussed and in turn fed back through our representatives to the ice centres for distribution to curlers.  The LSC is also responsible for the management of incoming and outgoing ladies’ tours.