The British Caving Association are about to conduct a postal and email ballot of all members and in advance of this have emailed those members whose email addresses they have permission to use in attempt to verify as many addresses as possible. Emails to members which bounce will allow them to issue those members with a postal vote instead – around 6% were affected. As part of this process they have received several reports of emails being sent to recipient’s junk folders.
If you have opted online to receive email notifications from BCA you should have received an email by last weekend explaining what is happening. If you did not receive this they ask that you check your junk or spam folders just in case and check again later next week to see if you have received the ballot paper.
If you have not opted in to receive email notifications this will not affect you and you should receive a postal ballot.
If after the 1 September you have not received the ballot paper either by email or by post, you can contact BCA Secretary by email on email@example.com to organise the sending of another form. Duplicates will only be sent to the address BCA hold as a security precaution.