We encourage members to contact the Hafan/Harbour manager initially with any personal or immediate issues and concerns.  If issues are not resolved members are encouraged to contact a Committee member to escalate the problem. 
 
An Annual General Meeting (AGM) is held each year.  Following the official AGM items we encourage members to inform us of their concerns or discuss changes that have taken place due to the involvement of the PMBHA.  

In the past, we have welcomed members of the Maritime Unit of Cyngor Gwynedd to take part in presentations and discussions with Q&A sessions with our members.

We aim to provide a members "Wish List" of developments that the members have suggested for improvements that would benefit users of the harbour/marina. This is discussed with representatives of Cyngor Gwynedd
 
Strong links exist with Pwllheli Sailing Club Cruising section and its social activities.

Discussions and regular meetings are held with:
 

  • Wil Williams Pwllheli Harbour Manager

  • Barry Davies Maritime and Country Parks Officer

  • Llyr Jones Senior Manager, Economy and Community Department

  • Councillor John Wynn Jones, Cabinet Member for the Economy

  • Pwllheli Harbour Consultative Committee members

  • Pwllheli Partnership including local traders


MEMBERSHIP FEES

The annual membership fee for marina/harbour berth holders is included within the Gwynedd Council berthing contracts.

Other parties with an interest in the hafan/harbour but do not have a contract may join the Association for an annual fee of £5 which is due in January of each calendar year. These monies are used for administration purposes.  Accounts are produced by the treasurer for consideration by the members at the AGM. 

All Committee members are unpaid volunteers.

COMMUNICATION

The Association has adopted an email system, in addition to the website, to communicate with its members.  In order to receive this service it is essential that members provide a current email address to the Secretary. Read here

We maintain a website where AGM minutes, correspondence, Newsletters etc can be accessed. We also aim to keep our members updated with the latest News and/or progress on issues affecting them.  All of this information is available on the website: www.pmbha.co.uk  

FORMAL ASSOCIATION RULES

The Association’s Rules (which were derived from the RYA’s recommendations for the rules of an association such as PMBHA) can be found on this website here.

WHAT DOES THE COMMITTEE DO FOR MEMBERS 

 MISSION & OBJECTIVES