Camcycle news

This article was published in 2019, in Magazine 144.

Be a Camcycle trustee and help shape our work

Executive Director Roxanne and some of the 2019 trustee team at this year’s Reach Ride.
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As we move towards the end of the year, thoughts are turning to our 2020 AGM (see box) and the strategy and priorities for our 25th anniversary year and beyond.

As Camcycle continues to grow in size, influence and capability, our board of trustees plays a vital role in our governance and leadership, helping shape an organisation that is fit for the years ahead. To do this effectively we need a diverse and active board with a wide range of skills and we’d love to welcome new faces. We’re especially keen to recruit people with skills in law, human resources, people management, and corporate and relationship fundraising as we’ve identified these as areas requiring development.

If you think you have the skills we need, please get in touch. We’ll tell you more and give you an opportunity to talk further with existing trustees about this rewarding role.

For more information about becoming a Camcycle trustee, email us at contact@camcycle.org.uk

SAVE THE DATE

Camcycle AGM 2020

Saturday 18 January, 2.30-5.30pm

Clay Farm Centre, Trumpington

After our successful 2019 event at the Clay Farm Centre, we’ll be returning to the venue for 2020 to inspire our members with another panel of wonderful speakers, share ways you can get involved in our work, provide an update on 2019 activities and look ahead to priorities for our 25th anniversary year.

Our Camcycle awards will celebrate those who go the extra mile for more, better and safer cycling and there will be lots of opportunities to speak to staff, trustees and other members and find out more about what we do.

Take part in CamcycleQuest, the city’s new cycling treasure hunt

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Don’t miss the chance to win some exciting cycle-themed prizes while taking an enjoyable ride around Cambridge, discovering quiet cycleways and hidden corners.

CamcycleQuest is a treasure hunt designed by Camcycle member David Earl to be done by cycle and we’re delighted to be hosting it over August and September in association with Tees Law. A prize draw of entries into the CamcycleQuest competition will take place at the Cargo Carnival on Saturday 21 September.

Find out more, order your clue booklet online or view stockists at cambridgefestivalofcycling.org/camcyclequest