Published: 28 October 2013
Welsh Cycling welcomes Eirwen (Ann) Williams to the role of Cycling Development Officer for North Wales.
Ann previously worked for Gwynedd Council as an active young people officer, and started with Welsh Cycling on the 7th October 2013 to support the development of cycling in North Wales, and will be able to offer support to clubs in the area.
Welsh Cycling’s Development Manager, Georgina Harper, said:
“Ann will be a valuable addition to the team, giving increased support to our clubs in North Wales, and brings experience of working with schools and Local Authorities across the region. It will be a big boost to promoting cycling in the area.
Ann is also a Welsh speaker, and will thus enable us to offer support through Welsh as well as English, which is of particular relevance to the region”
Ann is looking forward to being part of Welsh Cycling as the sport continues to grow in Wales:
"This is an exciting era for cycling and I’m very excited to be part of its development here in North Wales. The potential for the sport in the region is enormous and I look forward to working with clubs, schools and other key partners to ensure cycling becomes one of the most popular and inclusive sport in the region.
I'm passionate about getting more children and women involved in the sport and my experience of working with these groups will be invaluable in my new role. ''
Ann is a Level 2 Cycling Coach and is also working towards her Mountain Bike Leader award. She is a member of Clwb Beicio Dwyfor and partakes in most cycling disciplines, but particulary enjoys road cycling, cyclo cross and mountain biking.
To get in touch with Ann, email firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are interested in working for Welsh Cycling, take a look at our current vacancies.