CTC East Midlands
The East Midlands region contains the six CTC/Cycling UK Member Groups of Alfreton CTC; CTC Derby and Burton; Leicestershire and Rutland CTC; Cycling UK Lincolnshire; CTC Northampton; Nottinghamshire CTC.
At the ARM on the 19th April 2021 the following officers and committee were elected:-
Chair - Ray Clay (Leicestershire and Rutland CTC)
Secretary - Tim Newbery (Cycling UK Lincolnshire)
Treasurer - Ian Hill (CTC Derby and Burton)
Minutes Secretary - Jean Deacon (Leicestershire and Rutland CTC)
Auditor - Richard Daniells (CTC Northampton)
Other committee members are representatives from each of the six Groups plus members from the region's CTC/Cycling UK general membership, Affiliated Groups and Cycle Advocacy Network.
Member group Representatives:
Tom Fox - Alfreton CTC
Jean Lakin - Leicestershire and Rutland CTC
Tim Newbery - Cycling UK Lincolnshire
Richard Daniells - CTC Northampton
Terry Scott - Nottinghamshire CTC
Position Vacant - CTC Derby and Burton
Representatives from the region's CTC/Cycling UK general membership:
John Catt - Leicestershire and Rutland CTC
Reg Tuckwood - Nottinghamshire CTC
Cycle Advocacy Network Representatives (formerly Right to Ride Representatives) in the CTC East Midlands Region:
James Pocklington - Cycling UK Lincolnshire
Representatives from Affiliated clubs/groups (full Cycling UK members) in the CTC East Midlands Region:
(2 positions currently vacant)
CTC East Midlands normally organise a number of activities each year, although Covid-19 restrictions have resulted in cancellations throughout 2020. Member Groups have now restarted many of their activities in 2021 in line with the latest guidance.
In normal circumstances CTC East Midlands Region orgasnise the following:
1. Beaumanor Hall East Midlands Cyclists' Touring Club Regional Rally, usually held over a Bank Holiday weekend
2. CTC East Midlands Region Forests Audax (200k) held in September
3. Mince Pie Run, held on the last Sunday before Christmas
This annual event is one of the highlights of the calendar and attracts cyclists from across the East Midlands Region. There is a tombola in aid of 'Rainbows Children's Hospice'. The last time the Mince Pie Run was held in 2019, a magnificent £1500 was raised for the charity. See Rainbows letter.