This article was published in 1997, in Newsletter 15.
Our Second AGM took place on 7 October.
All the elected officers reported on activities throughout the year.
We also had displays of photos of Groningen, and of newspaper cuttings from throughout the year.
There was a lot of interest in Nigel’s report on our trip to the Netherlands so as you’ll see elsewhere in this issue, the AGM decided to devote the December meeting to making sure that we can make the most of what can be learned from the trip.
Cambridge Cycling Campaign now has nearly 400 members! Impressive though that is, we decided at the AGM to have a target for growth for the coming year. We want to be able to tell next year’s AGM that we have 500 members. I think it’ll be a challenge, but one which is definitely achievable.
All the posts were filled, including the new one of ‘Officer without Portfolio’, which has been created to help with all the letter-writing that takes place on the Campaign’s behalf.
Officer without Portfolio:
Campaign Members are welcome to contact me for copies of the minutes. In particular, my apologies go to those who were at the AGM and have not received the minutes. The sheet of address labels went astray at the end of the meeting – please do give me a call if you were there, and I’ll send you a copy post-haste.