We are holding our annual general meeting on Tuesday 23 May, 7.30pm. The venue is the Winchmore Pub, 235 Winchmore Road, N21 1QA.
Meeting 8:00pm 12 June 2014
Room 1 Community House
Fore Street Edmonton N9 0PZ
1. DIY Streets Edmonton
Veronica Conti from Sustrans will be talking about her work with the community and schools in and around the Church Street area of Edmonton.
2. Bike Week 14-22 June 2014
To discuss plans for Bike Week
3. Palmers Green Cycle Past 5 July 2014
To plan our Cycle Past for the Palmers Green Shopping Festival on 5 July
Community House has adequate parking and railings for chaining bikes to. Car drivers do need to obtain a permit from reception.
Our Annual Meeting is taking place on the evening of Thursday, 8th May 2014.
If you are a member of LCC living in Enfield, you are automatically a member of the Enfield Cycling Campaign. Local groups, through a network of fellow volunteers and co-ordinators can organise local rides, events, meetings, campaigns and social events. So there can be lots to great cycling activities to get involved in, if you aren’t already! The Enfield Group are currently looking for new and existing members to fill some vacant committee positions to help the group in various ways, so please do take a look and contact Adrian Lauchlan (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you’d like to find out more.
WHERE: The Wheatsheaf Pub, 185 Baker Street, EN1 3JT
The meeting is open to everyone (including non-members), and the Local Group would be delighted to see some new faces! Please note that only LCC members are able to: –
a. stand for election
b. make a nomination
c. second a nomination
The meeting will include the elections for the following committee posts:
1. Borough Co-ordinator: executive officer of Enfield Cycling Campaign
– position currently held by Adrian Lauchlan
2. Treasurer: responsible for the finances of Enfield Cycling Campaign.
– position currently held by Trisha Smith
3. Secretary: keeps a record of decisions reached at any official meeting (as directed by the Enfield Cycling Campaign Management Committee), including the Annual Meeting, and is responsible for convening all meetings
– position currently vacant
4. Committee members without portfolio:
– currently three committee members: Les Bailey, Roger Kingsnorth ( elected onto the committee on the 6th March 2014 ),Paul La Fosse and Mark Smith
Nominations – If you would like to stand for any of these posts or nominate someone then please send an email to the Groups’ Borough Co-ordinator Adrian Lauchlan by 7th April 2014.
The Treasurer will present the accounts, for the financial year ending 31 March 2014, to the Annual Meeting for approval.
Would you like to cycle but are worried about safety?
Would you like more safe places to cycle with your family?
Then come to a meeting and help plan our campaign for the coming council elections. Are these improvements for cycling important to you?
Safe routes for school children Greenways Protected space on main roads Areas without through motor traffic 20mph speed limits Liveable town centres
The London Cycling Campaign will ask candidates for one of these improvements in every single ward in the coming local council elections. Have your say by completing our survey Selecting our Enfield Ward Asks You can read more about these 6 policy themes at http://lcc.org.uk/articles/looking-ahead-2014-local-elections-campaign.
Any queries, contact either:
Adrian at email@example.com or Roger at firstname.lastname@example.org