Cambridge City director, Gill Wordingham has announced that she will be resigning from the board at the end of the current season.
The lifelong City fan has been on the board overseeing the administration of the club finances for the last 8 years.
Explaining her decision to resign Gill said “After many years on the board, I feel the time has come for me to take a step back from the current workload. Not only have I been responsible for the administration of the club finances, I have been involved in other tasks too which have grown to a much bigger scale during the last 3 years since we have been groundsharing. When you give up so many hours of your own time, there naturally becomes a moment when you want to have some of your own time back and take a back seat”.
However, Gill, who was previously also on the Supporters Trust board will be still seen around the club. “I will definitely still be involved both as a fan and doing the odd job on a matchday. I do firmly believe that we are embarking on an exciting time for the club with the move to Sawston on the horizon and hopefully we will go from strength to strength”.
City Chairman Kevin Satchell said “Gill has made a huge contribution over the last few years at board level and I am sorry to see her depart. However, I respect her decision and we will now begin the process of recruiting a replacement”.