Around 70 members and guests joined us for the Camcycle 2022 AGM, which was held online via Zoom and broadcast live on Camcycle’s Facebook page. Trustees and staff reviewed 2021, shared plans for 2022 and presented the annual Camcycle awards, showing recognition to those who have worked hard for more, better and safer cycling over the last 12 months.
We were also delighted to welcome Adam Tranter, Cycling & Walking Commissioner for the West Midlands and CEO of Fusion Media, as our guest speaker. Adam talked about the challenges and successes he’s had in his area of the country and shared tips for engaging and persuading decision-makers and members of the public when working for change.
Links to more information
Camcycle Annual Review, and Trustees’ Annual Report and Financial Statements
Find out more about what we did in 2021.
Find out more about Adam’s different roles on the West Midlands Combined Authority and Fusion Media websites. He is also a co-host of the Streets Ahead podcast, with cycling journalists Laura Laker and Ned Boulting.
All the trustee candidates were elected to the board, as follows:
Camcycle Chair: Robin Heydon
Camcycle Treasurer: Peter Gotham
Camcycle trustees: Alessandra Caggiano, Matthew Danish, Sue Edwards, Christopher Loughlan and Martin Lucas-Smith
At the next trustee meeting, one of the general trustees will be co-opted to the role of Camcycle Secretary.
With some spaces remaining on our Board, we will be looking to co-opt some additional trustees in the coming months.
Join us! We welcome people from all skills and backgrounds and you don’t need any previous experience of being a trustee or working with a charity, just a passion for helping achieve more, better and safer cycling in the Cambridgeshire region. Get in touch and we’ll be happy to discuss the role further.
The 2022 Camcycle awards were as follows:
Partner of the Year: Omar Terywall and the volunteers of the Stolen Bikes in Cambridge Facebook group for their work tackling cycle theft
Public Officer of the Year: Patrick Joyce for his work bringing the Chisholm Trail to reality
Magazine photo of the year: Jeremy Peters, for photo of our ‘Pedal on COP26 ride’ travelling up Mill Road
Magazine article of the year: Jamie Wood for ‘My Barriers to Cycling’
Campaign of the Year: Diane FitzMaurice for the 20’s Plenty for Cambridgeshire campaign
Newcomer of the year: Margaret Winchcomb, for a variety of volunteer roles including writing about Sustainable Communities
Campaigner of the Year: Rosalind Lund for all her work supporting Camcycle and campaigning for a cleaner, safer Arbury Road
Regional campaigner of the year: John Powell for his work with Ely Cycling Campaign
Volunteer of the year: Wookey, for various roles from ride marshal to communication on NextDoor
Lifetime achievement award: Jim Chisholm, for over two decades of cycle campaigning that benefit us all and the generations to come.