Meet the Committee

These are the people elected at our annual AGM who help to run Isis CC on a day-to-day basis. Everyone does it for the love of it, they are all voluntary positions - getting people out on the water is just something we all enjoy doing!
Each member of the committee provides a report at the annual AGM about their activities throughout the year.

Chair

Adam Hardy

Adam is the brains behind Isis CC. He spends a lot of time organising meetings with the committee members and coaches to ensure that all the cogs of our well oiled machine are in working order, and cracks the whip if they aren't. Adam's relaxed and friendly demeanour sets the tone for Isis CC.

Vice Chair

Simon Terry

Simon Terry puts a lot of work in behind the scenes to ensure the clubs policies are correct up to date as well as keeping supporting the chair taking over in his absence, being the voice of reason and making sure he is correctly dressed etc...

Treasurer

Liam Challis

Liam is in charge of the Isis CC purse strings. He keeps our accounts up-to-date with an impressive spreadsheet detailing all our income and expenditure. Liam also manages all the club's membership and course fees. He's the person we go to if we want to buy new resources for the club.

Secretary

Rach Lardner

Rach is the first point of contact for the club if you have a general enquiry. She'll make sure your email is forwarded to the correct person faster than lightening. If you have a general query, and you don't know who to call, Rach Lardner is probably your woman.

Membership Secretary

Liam Challis

Poor Liam, not only does he manage Isis CC's accounts, but he also keeps track of our members too. Liam is the person to go to for a membership form or if you have a query about joining the club. He liaises with Simon about the courses to make sure that all our members are present and correct.

Social Secretary

Sharron Noris

Our beloved social secs keep the fun going when we're not on the river organising all manner of events from bowling and brewery tours to Isis staples such as the Summer Ball and the Xmas Dinner. Got an idea for a social, drop Sharon an email.

Course Director

Simon Terry

We try to introduce lots of people to paddlesport each year and this is thanks to Simon's meticulous planning of our courses, and making sure we have enough coaches and helpers on the water to keep you safe. Simon also coaches on the courses himself to make sure they run smoothly. If you want to join one of our courses, contact Simon first to check that it will be suitable for you, and that we have space left, because they are very popular.

Course Secretary

Dave Sawyer

The course sec is the first point of contact for most of our newbies. Tired of spending the weekend playing tiddlywinks? Get yourself into a boat and learn how to paddle. Email Dave to sign up or for any course related questions in general.

Coach Development Officer

Penny assists aspiring coaches with the enigmatic process that is involved with applying, training and qualifying and also finds grants to make their route into coaching easier on the wallet.

Kit Admiral

Helen Walker, Helena Hernandez

Helen and Helena have the thankless task of ensuring the kit is up to scratch and usable as well as organing maintenance days to get the kit ready for the next season.

Webmaster

Graham Mogridge

You are currently reading this thanks to the handiwork of Graham. He deals with all things techie and regularly updates the website with our trip reports. If you spot anything that needs updating then Graham is the person to email.

Newsletter Editor

Tom Law Mark Fountain

Tom Law Mark Fountain is in charge of trawling the forum and filling our newsletter with upcoming club trips and events and sending it out to our members.

Welfare Officer

Penny Terry

The first point of contact for any personal safety or welfare issues. Penny also helps members with coaching development and sets up courses like FSRT and First Aid. She liaises with Sea Scouts and coach course providers and helps with securing grants for coaching courses. She also brings kayakers up to scratch with solo canoe skills, which are necessary for L1UKCC and beyond.

Coaches

Where would we be without our team of loyal and very hardworking volunteer coaches and helpers?

You can find out more about them on the Meet the Coaches and Helpers pages.

Keyholders

If you want to arrange a club trip, and need access to the shed, you can get in touch with a keyholder: