Over the past few years, I have spent time as a committee member with two different Rover-related clubs. I am no longer a member of either of the clubs, and have joined others than I consider to be more socially responsible. One of the areas that I have pushed heavily for was club and supplier responsibility. I believe that if a club allows a supplier to advertise - be it paid within a magazine, or for free on their social media pages, and that club consistently messes people about, the club should ban that supplier from advertising. If the club does not, then it is my opinion that the club either does not care about the owner of a vehicle, and is more interested in revenue gathering, or that club is complicit with the activities of the supplier. Strangely enough (to me anyway), I have been shot down by both of those clubs, and one has even barred me after I questioned why they are still supporting, and even promoting, a supplier who consistently cause problems, takes orders and never delivers, or just generally messes people around. My question to everyone is this: Do you believe that clubs should prevent suppliers who consistently receive complaints from advertising in club magazines, on club websites, being promoted on club social media pages, and from being allowed to provide support activities to club events?