Due to family circumstances, the Special General Meeting has been postponed to Friday 10th November at 7pm. An email invitation will be sent out to members shortly.
The revised meeting details are:
A Special General Meeting is to be held on Friday 10th November 2023 at 7pm on Zoom to formalise the dissolution procedure.
The purpose of this meeting is to discuss the closure of the member group which will proceed unless there are sufficient members willing to form a new committee.
All Cornwall members of Cycling UK are welcome to attend however only full members (not affiliated) can vote or hold office.
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With just a few days to go we welcome you to the meeting.
All Cornwall Cycling UK (CUK) members are invited to attend on Zoom on Friday 12th May at 7pm.
Note that only full members can vote or hold office in the committee.
Apart from the usual annual business we will be discussing the future of CTC Cornwall. Following some years of limited activity the current committee has now agreed to dissolve CTC Cornwall, unless there are members willing to step forward and carry it on.
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Topic: CTC Cornwall AGM on Fri 12th May at 7pm
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Agenda for CTC Cornwall Annual General Meeting 2023
Friday 12th May 2023 at 7:00 pm
Please note: We are using the free version of Zoom which means that we are limited to 40 minutes per session. If we need additional time you will be asked to log out of the meeting and then log back in using the same meeting code.
2. Apologies for absence
3. Draft Minutes of the 2022 AGM
4. Matters arising from minutes
5. Financial Statement presentation
6. Annual Report and main discussion
7. Election of CTC Cornwall committee officers (mandatory roles)
iv) Registration Officer*
v) Welfare Officer*
vi) Communications Officer*
* Roles iv, v and vi may be carried out by one of the first 3 officers if no others stand.
8. Any other business
If there is anything you would like to raise privately please contact me on the email below.
Close of AGM. Thank you for attending.
Draft Minutes of CTC Cornwall Annual General Meeting 2022
Draft minutes to be approved at the AGM in April 2023
Friday 20th May 2022 at 7pm
Meeting through Zoom
David B, Andy F, Martyn A, Mike T, Ann WB. Ann acted as chair on this occasion.
Other members present
Bryan T, Clive C, Charlie & Susie W, Margaret A, Jo C, Alan & I P, Dave B,
3. Minutes of the 2021 AGM
The minutes have been accepted as a true statement of the meeting held.
Proposer: Susie W, seconded: Andy F
4. Matters arising from these Minutes
No matters arising
5. Presentation of the Annual Report for meeting approval
David B presents the report which is accepted as a fair record of the activities.
Proposer: Martyn A, seconded: Andy F
6. Presentation of Financial Statement for meeting approval
Martyn A presented the year’s income and expenditure. The current balance on the account is just under £1096.08.
It was reported that David B and Martyn A had agreed (before this meeting) that we would not claim the £200 annual allocation from CUK Head Office since we had done nothing this past year.
There were no questions from the audience.
Financial statement approved: proposer Mike T, seconder Dave B.
7. Campaigning update
Martyn’s focus had been on The Saint’s Trail but he does not think he has anything to offer since the widely reported coverage, that the project has been greatly reduced in it’s proposals (4 trails together with a commuter route from St
Agnes to Truro) to the extent that only a small section of maybe 2 miles is likely to be built near Perranporth.
Dean Evans local ‘Cycle Advocacy Network’ (CAN) has done a lot of work in Falmouth and Penryn with the ‘20s plenty’ campaign.
Martyn is still in contact with the ‘Cycling activists network’ who can advise of any future developments.
8. Election of officers and committee
The existing officers and committee members have agreed to stand again. There are no objections. Proposer Alan P, seconder Margaret A
i. Chair Andy F
ii. Secretary David B
iii. Treasurer Martyn A
iv. Registration Officer David B
v. Safeguarding Andy F
vi. Publicity Officer Ann K
Additional officers (non mandatory)
David B Website
Ann WB Liskeard Ladies Group co-ordinator
Lynne B Honorary Auditor
Vacant role Looe area representative
Mike T St Austell representative
9. Other items
i. Ann WB asks how do the audience feel about continuing running CTC Cornwall as we are. Martyn A feels that providing we continue to do a few events and Andy his club rides it justifies the input. Andy F agrees. David B points out that providing what we do is sufficient to CUK Head Office then it matter little whether we are a Member group or an Affiliate group.
ii. Margaret A asks if there is any way of contacting CUK members in Cornwall. David B advises that CUK had set up a Member platform called Assemble but appears to have perhaps had problems with data protection law and, had as a consequence been shelved.
iii. Mike T asks that we have an informal meeting for ‘good ideas’ – located mid-Cornwall. Andy wants a Camel Trail ride then have a meeting. Watch this space!!
It was proposed to review the situation in 12 months time.
Close of meeting. Thanks given to the Committee for their work and the audience for their input.
All Cycling UK (CUK) members are invited to attend the CTC Cornwall Annual General Meeting which will be held on Zoom on Friday 12th May at 7pm.
Please note that only full members (ie not affiliated ones) may vote or hold office in the committee.
Apart from the usual annual business we will be discussing the future of CTC Cornwall.
If you are a CUK member and would like to attend please contact the secretary at
email@example.com for the Zoom code.
On Sunday 31st July 2022 CTC Cornwall will be hosting an event from Hayle.
Meet up at 10am at Hayle swimming pool car-park (entrance off King George Memorial Walk) – map SW 557 377
The distance of this ride will be up to 30 miles and visit the beautiful Penwith Peninsular.
We will meet up and visit a local cafe before starting on the ride, mostly for the benefit of those who have driven to Hayle and want a refresher / recharge before the ride.
The route is going through / near the following places: Lelant, Halsetown, Towednack, coastal road to Treen, Newmill, Longrock and St Erth. There will be a cafe stop at Jordan’s at Marazion.
—for further details contact Andy on 07811 284502
Announcement for CTC Cornwall (part of Cycling UK) Annual General Meeting
To be held by Zoom conferencing on Friday 20th May 2022 at 7 pm.
All Cycling UK members welcome though only full members are able to vote or hold committee positions.
We welcome your support. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to obtain the meeting access code, which will be sent to you in the week before the event.