One of the items on the agenda for the upcoming AGM is the election of the Committee.
Details of current Committee Members, and the roles we have, can be found at www.henfieldjoggers.co.uk/committee-2014
Cathy Walker has decided to step down from the Committee, so there is a vacancy for which volunteers are encouraged.
Also, while the other Committee Members are more than happy to stay on and continue in their roles, if there are other Members who think that they would like to take on one of those roles then the Committee Members would be prepared to step aside to allow that to happen.
While we do all have individual roles within the Committee and across the Club, we’re not precious about that and we work very much as a collective. The main criterion for being a Committee member is that you want to contribute to getting things done for the Club and our members and are prepared to roll your sleeves up and get things done. To do this, we meet about once every six weeks and communicate a lot via email.
We’d also like to remind everyone (as if you need telling, but just in case…) that it’s not a closed shop either. Individuals can and do make suggestions outside of the Committee on how to take the Club forward, and take on roles such as leading runs or arranging events. The Club is an open forum and it’s the role of the Committee to provide guidance and a supportive environment to enable this to flourish.
So, if you are interested in taking over Cathy’s old role, or in any of the other roles on the Committee, or want to know more about how it works then let one of us know before the AGM.
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Jenny Cobby and Michael Dee ran the Arundel 10k on Sunday. Thankfully finishing before the rain arrived.
The race starts in Arundel Town Centre. Following a circuit of the town, runners enter the grounds of Arundel Castle by the lower gates, climb through the grounds, loop around Arundel Park and return back through the Castle to the finish in the Town Square.
Jenny managed her best 10k time for years (1:18:24) on what’s a pretty tricky course. Well done to both Jenny and Mickey.
Congratulations to all those who took part in the annual Seven Stiles Fun Run today.
With construction work on site and biblical downpours throughout the morning, there were more than a few challenges in getting the race organised and run but just about 400 people took part across the two races
The provisional results can be found on the West Sussex Fun Run League website here.
If anyone has any feedback on the Results then please email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
And last, but by NO means least! Thank you to ALL the Henfield Joggers, family and friends, who helped out today, and of course to Simon and his team at Henfield Leisure Centre without whom, quite simply, it would not be possible to hold this event!