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Find out the results of CTC's AGM in Sheffield. Almost 100 members attended and thousands more sent in proxy votes ahead of the meeting.
CTC Councillor Welna Bowden voting at the AGM
CTC Councillor Welna Bowden voting at AGM

The results:

Special Resolution 1 = passed. 92.68% voted for.

Proposed by Barry Flood on behalf of the Council, seconded by Arthur Spurr.

To adopt the changes to the Memorandum of Association, to make CTC a registered Charity in England and Wales.

Special Resolution 2 = passed. 96.78% voted for.

Proposed by Martin Cockersole on behalf of the Council, seconded by John Catt.

To adopt the changes to the Memorandum of Association regarding electronic communications.

Special Resolution 3 = not passed. 19.33% voted for. 

Proposed by Philip Benstead, seconded by Rodney Jelfs.

To change the Chair of the Annual General Meeting.

Ordinary Business

Resolution 4 = passed. 99.67% voted for.

Proposed by Martin Cockersole, seconded Simon Connell.

To adopt as a true record the minutes of the AGM held in Portland on 14th May 2011.

Resolution 5 = passed. 99.17% voted for.

Proposed by Barry Flood, seconded by Simon Connell

To adopt the Annual Report of the Council and the audited accounts for the year ended 30 September 2011 as circulated with the April/May issue of the CTC members’ magazine.

Resolution 6 = passed. 98.16% voted for.

Proposed by Simon Connell, seconded by Philip Benstead.

To appoint Buzzacott LLP as auditors and to authorise the Council to fix their remuneration.

Resolution 7  = passed. 83.88% voted for.

Proposed by Martin Cockersole on behalf of the Council, seconded by John Catt.

That, with effect from 1 October 2012 the subscription table to the determination pursuant to current Article 4.4 of the Articles of Association be deleted and replaced by the following: "Ordinary Membership Subscription effective from 1 October 2012: £41.00."

Resolution 8 = passed. 96.15% voted for.

Proposed by Michael McGeever, seconded by Roger Crosskey.

To extend discounted membership rates to people who are disabled and their carers. To modify the member groups’ grants scheme to encourage access to cycling for those with disabilities.

Resolution 9 = not passed. 18.89% voted for.

Proposed by Philip Benstead, seconded by Rodney Jelfs.

To amend the Standing Orders for General Meetings to include the words:  "Proxy votes where the chair of the meeting and or the Chair of Council has been authorised to use discretion shall be treated as abstentions. This policy shall be highlighted in the notice of the meeting, the agenda and on proxy voting papers."

Resolution 10 = not passed. 22.00% voted for.

Proposed by Philip Benstead, seconded by John Whiteley.

To require the Council to publish four reports within two months of the Annual General Meeting.

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  • President: Jon Snow
  • Chief Executive: Carol McKinley (Acting)
  • Cyclists' Touring Club (CTC): A company limited by guarantee, registered in England no.25185. Registered as a charity in England and Wales No 1147607 and in Scotland No SC042541

 

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