Gareth Nicholson has resigned from the Trust Board, effective immediately. Gareth had intended to step down at the upcoming election, but a change in personal circumstances has unfortunately brought his plans forward.
A trust spokesperson said “Gareth joined the Board in August 2011 during the administration process, and has been an excellent advocate of the Trust’s principles ever since. The very successful Plymouth Foodbank initiative was an example of one of Gareth’s projects, and something we’re hoping to repeat again this winter. We wish Gareth all the best with his new job, and hope that he still has time to see Argyle win several games this season.”
Gareth said: “I’ve thoroughly enjoyed working with my colleagues on the Board over the last year and especially since the Trust’s first election in February. The time and commitment that the team puts in to the Trust working for fans makes me proud. Sadly the pressure of work and from later this summer a new job in London means I’m not going to be able to devote time to the Trust. I remain a staunch defender of the Trust’s role as a vital body to make sure the Club never repeats the mistakes of the past, and forges a new relationship with fans and the wider community.”
The Trust will be holding board elections in the lead-up to the planned November AGM. More details of the elections, and how members can put themselves forward, will be given at the Trust’s SGM on Saturday morning.
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