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Highlights from Monday’s AGM

For the second year in succession  the club held a virtual AGM on Monday evening (15 November)

Club chairman, Jon Durnin, welcomed the online attendees and gave a run-down on the year’s activities.  He thanked the club sponsors, committee members, volunteers and helpers for all their work in helping the club emerge from the pandemic to enjoy a fantastic season. 

Jon concluded by looking forward to 2022 including the return of the Reliability Ride in January; and the MacMillan Sportive in May.

Officers’ reports were noted and the accounts received, with Treasurer, John Welsford, noting the club remains in good shape, financially.

John also reported that the club had 299 members, up from 239 in 2020.  A significant number of new members had joined in 2021, enjoying club rides, TTs, off road and the wonderful nights at Bruntingthorpe hosted by our friends at Cox Automotive. 

Following the meeting, a member included his young sons as part of his family membership, taking membership to 301 (which we think is a record high!).  It was particularly pleasing to see new members joining even during Covid, often drawn in by the Club Runs.

It was agreed membership fees would not increase for 2022.

Some adjustments in committee roles were made in the Club Constitution, and the meeting thanked Dave Birch, Claire Moore, Rob Moore and Lorna Marlow for all their hard work as they stepped down from the committee.  Sarah Mee, Claire Waterfield, Stuart Haycox, Judith Rout and Roger Kockleburgh join the committee for the forthcoming year.

The AGM concluded after a fruitful yet record-breaking 35 minutes.




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