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Board of Trustees

LCC’s Trustees provide vital oversight – the ten-strong Board help keep the organisation on track and make sure the charity stays in the very best shape possible.

The Board of Trustees ensure LCC’s CEO and staff team are working in the most effective way towards our campaigning and strategic goals. Trustees hold responsibility for making sure LCC meets its legal obligations, ensuring its finances are well-managed, making sure governance structures are functioning well, and overseeing the charity’s internal democracy.

Members of the Board also sit on committees (Business Committee, Campaigns & Active Membership and the Nominations Committee. There is also the EDI working group ( Equality, Diversity & Inclusion)

Trustees are expected to attend regular Board meetings – usually about 7 a year plus the AGM – and occasional board Awaydays.  They are also encouraged to participate in one or more of the committees or working groups according to their own interests.

Being a charity trustee is a great way to skill up in leadership and governance. You oversee all manner of activities, from safeguarding to equality work. You network with people across London and beyond who have deep insight and expertise in cycling, transport, active travel, the climate emergency and more. And you help change the future of cycling in London, and shape our city for the better.

LCC regularly elects new trustees at the AGM each winter, and each trustee is elected for a three year term. If you are interested in being a trustee, please sign up to the newsletter at the bottom of this page for information on future elections. LCC is always keen to encourage people from groups underrepresented in cycling and our organisation to stand.


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