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Our next Branch Meeting will be on Monday 13th January in the downstairs room at Houldsworth WMC starting at 7:30pm, doors open at 7:00pm.

The confirmed guests from the Club are Pete Bradshaw, Head of Sustainability and Steph Alder, Club Archivist. Also attending will be Matt Hawtin who is the GMP Man City Dedicated Football Officer.

The meeting with our guests will start at 7:30pm and finish at 8:30pm, a Branch business meeting will follow shortly afterwards.

As always, everyone’s welcome.

Pete Bradshaw – Head of Sustainability: Pete Bradshaw is the Head of Sustainability, leading and influencing the Club’s social, environmental and economic operations, activities and development; additionally advising and influencing sustainable development across City Football Group.Pete’s role ensures responsible best practice, protection of Club interests, assuring social values and environmental impact. Areas of focus are local and ethical procurement, securing local employment and skills development, the future of energy, water, materials management, sustainable development, travel, transport and biodiversity.An MSc (University of Leicester), and published author, Pete’s background is in sports development, leisure management, major sporting events management and major capital projects management. A Mancunian through and through, Pete was born and educated in the city and has been a blue, to his family’s pride, since his first game in 1963.

Since 2002, Pete has been responsible for major projects across the Club and Campus including the stadium and CFA. He also has advisory roles with sister clubs Atletico Torque and Girona.

Steph Alder – Club Archivist:  Steph joined City as the Archivist nearly 3 years ago and she is responsible for managing the club’s documentary heritage and history. She joined us after ten years at the British Museum and five at the Imperial War Museum and is passionate about ensuring that history is kept accessible for future generations.She collects and preserves documents and objects that have historical and cultural importance for the club, which include valuable records, books and artwork, as well as photographs, films and a memorabilia collection of kit, trophies and programmes.  Heritage is incredibly important to the club as it helps to find new ways of remembering, telling and enjoying the City story and because of this it is vital that the collections are cared for in the best way.

Steph also works closely with the Club Historian, Gary James and together they have recently completed the first book on the history of Manchester City Women, based on an oral history archive project.