Today, Friday 19th June 2020, Guy Reynolds handed his notice to the Committee and Members of Cycle Seahaven as Chair, stating in an email (to the members):
Dear Cycle Seahaven Member,
After serving on the committee as Chairman for four years, I have made the decision to stand down for personal reasons. I am no longer able to commit to the time the position warrants.
In this current climate, there are masses of opportunities open to the club and I would urge anyone who is able to assist the committee to step forward and offer support.
I’d like to thank everyone who served with me on the committee for the time they dedicated to it and also our fantastic bunch of ride leaders without whom the club would not be what it is today.
I hope to be able to ride a little more in future and I look forward to seeing some of you on the trails (I am still not brave enough to ride on the road, but I will work on it).
All the best,
The response from the committee came from the current secretary, Michelle Brett:
On behalf of the membership of Cycle Seahaven and past and present committees, I would like to sincerely thank you for the time and effort you have put into the last four years as Chair of the club. As a club, we would not be where we are now without your vision, tenacity, resilience, and hard work.
You have certainly left Cycle Seahaven in a fantastic position for whoever may step into your (humongous) shoes!
We wish you all the best for the future and hope to see you out on your bike and just enjoying being a member of Cycle Seahaven again soon.
I’m sure that we all agree with the comments and wish Guy well.