After much badgering the TIMBER AGM 2012 at Santon Downham was well attended. There was the usual problem with access and lack of keys, but once that was sorted it was down to business, and a change of chairman.
Graham (accompanied by his better half, presumably to make sure he didn't volunteer for any more jobs), reminded us of the aims and objectives of his tenure and what had been achieved. He then gifted the club a trophy in the shape of a spade to be awarded annually to a worthy volunteer for their efforts.
There was then a unanimous vote for Moe to take over the post, closely followed by votes for a largely unchanged committee. Moe explained that his aims were to continue Graham's good work and to seek to "dual" the trail network which will make trail maintenance easier.
Chairman Moe then awarded Graham an engraved ("Ex-TIMBER chairmen still take it up the Berm") silver pewter flask to thank him for all his hard work over 2 years. Graham departed in a hurry some time later, we're guessing to get to B&Q before closing time, in preparation for his next role as a DIY slave.
Discussions then started into the level of subs (up to £10 - sorry) and other controversial subjects, such as the shape of the car stickers and what to do about babies riding the red route?!
Overall a successful AGM with a well organised hand-over to the new regime. Keep an eye on the forum for the meeting minutes.