Having thought about this a bit, I've realised what I would like CTC to do: I would like to see CTC expand to cover walking as well as cycling.
Not in the Ramblers sense obviously, as they already do that, but in the pedestrian sense.
It seems to me, at least here in Sheffield, that while I feel the cycle facilities are pretty rubbish, every time I have to walk somewhere (and I don't do it often) I'm shocked by just how much worse the pedestrian facilities are. Walking anywhere is an absolute nightmare. You get to junctions, and there are no crossings and you just have to chance it. Where there are crossings you have to go over in several stages and it takes an age.
At side roads, pedestrians are always forced to give way, (despite the fact that the highway code states that it should work the same way it does elsewhere in Europe - the vehicle turning should give way).
So why should CTC fight this corner?
1. Because no-one else will. Someone should, I and I think CTC has a pretty good starting base to do so. The rights of cyclists and pedestrians have been diminished and pushed to one side by the ever increasing use of motor vehicles in the same way.
2. Because it would be beneficial for cyclists as well as pedestrians to have a unified voice. Pedestrians aren't as universally hated as cyclists are, and therefore to get a more neutral group on board could be a good thing. It would make a stronger argument to be fighting for better rights for all non-motorised modes of transport rather than just a specific group.
A long shot I know, and how it would fit in with branding who knows...