Three Bridges chairman Paul Terry steps down
Paul Terry has stood down as chairman of Three Bridges after two years in the role.
Having been vice-chairman for 15 years, Terry took the reins ahead of the club’s first year in Ryman League football but has found it difficult to combine the job with his own business commitments.
A small committee will lead the hunt for his replacement.
In a statement, the Three Bridges board said: “Paul became the chairman in the club’s first year of Ryman League football and has helped to ensure that the team remained in that league.
“He has worked tirelessly to keep the clubhouse busy while juggling priorities with his own business.
“The Bridges’ board would like to thank Paul for his efforts and will immediately start the search for a new chairman.”