Take into account that Scotland has 5 ski areas and the south of England has none, and most people who identify as British first have a very different experience/view of skiing to most people who identify as Scottish and I'd say it's well out of whack. You only need to look at SCGB's web content, or AGM minutes to see how irrelevant to Scotland they are - and reflective of other UK snowsports institutions. The actual figures are 8.3% versus 4.8% - out of kilter by 57%, not even taking into account the lack of real-snow facilities available in the UK outside Scotland.
The fact is most UK snowsports participants, in addition to having a different experience/concept of snowsports compared with most Scots, have never and probably will never ski/ride in Scotland.
"I have a feeling membership in Northern Island is much lower, but they are not part of Great Britain anyway"
Someone forgot to tell SCGB because they include both the north and republic of Ireland as part of GB, way to go SCGB! The skewing effect is a tiny fraction. Face the facts, SCGB is completely irrelevant to the vast vast majority of Scottish skiers (this is not a comment on their condition reporting).
Jabuzzard: "a better method which is a motion at the next AGM"
So, you think waiting 10 months to ask nicely even though they are well aware of the problem and have been ignoring it for at least 7 months (probably much longer) will be more effective than a public campaign?
I don't, and I don't think anyone who has ever campaigned for change would either. Indeed your motion would be much more likely to succeed if there was such a campaign.
It's no an accident there is no link to w/h on SCGB. Promoting Scotland does not square with the SCGB agenda. They may concede but I suspect not without a fight.