Welsh Rowing’s old website has now been removed in preparation for the new site going live on the 30th October 2014 in time for our AGM. Limited information will be available below until the new site is released.
Welsh Rowing's AGM will be held at the Sport Wales National Centre on Thursday 30th October at 7pm. The Agenda can be found here.
DIRECTOR APPOINTMENTS AGM 30 th OCTOBER:
The following Directors are putting themselves up for re-election at the AGM on October 30th
Managing Director of a local business for over 20 years, Heather`s key strengths lie in her financial management skills. She has a love of sport and decided to get involved in Welsh Rowing after spending several years as a Mum on the riverbank. Heather in her existing term with Welsh Rowing has led the development of a risk management strategy, a well evidenced reserves policy and has enabled welsh rowing to be in a solid financial standing.
Currently Director of Sport at Cardiff University Stuart has a broad area of responsibilities including the Universities sporting estate, over 65 sport
clubs which include of 170 teams and 4500 students who compete on a weekly basis, the Universities High Performance Programme and the numerous sport
Stuart is an executive member of the BUCS Wales board and has responsibility for National University Teams in Football, Rugby, Netball, Basketball and Hockey. Stuart is also a member of the National Sports Advisory Group (SAG) for football which has the responsibility of liaising with the home nation governing bodies for football and setting the rules and regulations for the sport in the HE sector.
Stuart is the secretary and treasurer for the Welsh Students RFU and liaises with the WRU on all matters of Rugby within the HE sector.
The following is a new Director appointed by the Board earlier this year and is now seeking ratification at the AGM
Andrew graduated in 1968 with a First Class Degree in Chemistry. His logical next steps were to qualify as an Inspector of Taxes and then as a Chartered Accountant. As an accountant Andrew became a Partner in what is now the fourth largest firm in the world, working in the City of London. Back in 1990 he decided to return to Wales and opened his own accountancy practice. That is based in Newport and employs 50 people looking after and protecting the interests of Welsh business.
Shortly after returning to Wales Andrew was asked to join the Board of the Trust running the Royal Gwent Hospital and a number of other local units. When that Trust was merged with the North Gwent Hospitals, Andrew stayed on the Board serving, in all, a 10 year period. When this came to an end Andrew – logical as ever – filled the time by taking up a sporting interest in the form of the martial arts in which he now holds a Third Dan Black Belt.
Both Andrew Williams and Caroline Spanton will be standing down at the AGM due to their terms coming to an end. The board are currently recruiting to fill these vacancies.