Philip Benstead wrote:So I change my mind to any proposed name change and that the actual vote was taken when I was no longer on council.
The trouble is Philip, your recounting of events is consistently at odds with the actual records as with gaz's link to the ERS voting records which are completely counter to the story as you told it. So too here. The October 2015 Board minutes (when you were on Council and were present) record:
"After the presentation Paul Tuohy thanked everyone for their feed-back and reminded Council that agreement was needed that Campfire have captured the ‘essence’. That is the important point. Councillors agreed unanimously that Campfire had captured the ‘essence’." http://www.ctc.org.uk/sites/default/fil ... 171015.pdf
No indication there that you were in disagreement with what was being proposed.
Now we can either concede that over several years despite strong objections from yourself, the minutes have been doctored as an untrue representation of the meetings, with the complicit involvement of all the other Councillors and the ERS or we can come to the other obvious conclusion.
I was not against the essence and I have never said I was
Also I never said the minutes are doctored, it is they are just bad minute, Look elsewhere for other opinion on that on Facebook.
Regarding the voting of the chair I am getting my years incorrect. On one of the votes for charity status it is my recollection it was the chairs proxies that permitted to be past.
You have not commented on the minorities report.
Also who are you, you are coming very close to calling me a person who knowing miss-leading CTC members.
What is the extent of your knowledge of the CTC Council and it workings and the views of the membership?
Also what has been your contribution to the promotion of the CTC and cycling so I can gauge your level of experience.
I cannot be so lucky to find all the malcontents in the CTC, sorry these may be the ones who take part in the activities of the local groups, they do not count anymore.