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Snowsport Scotland announced today that Trafford Wilson has resigned from his post as Chief Executive Officer.

Robbie Clyde, Chair of Snowsport Scotland said, ‘While it is with obvious disappointment that we are losing Trafford, he leaves the organisation with our best wishes and support as he moves on to a great opportunity to further develop his career. Both I and the whole Board have enjoyed working with Trafford over the last four years, during which time Snowsport Scotland has developed and grown significantly as a governing body with a clear purpose and leadership across the Scottish snowsports community and industry”.

Trafford Wilson said, “I have thoroughly enjoyed the past 4 years working at Snowsport Scotland and am proud of the many achievements reached during this time. As CEO, I have been fortunate to work with a highly capable and enthusiastic Board and team, who I have no doubt will continue to take snowsports from strength to strength. I wish to personally thank Robbie Clyde for his leadership and guidance, and the Board, staff and wider snowsports community for their support during my tenure”.

The Board of Directors will immediately commence the process to appoint a new CEO, with further information to be made available in the coming days. Clyde continued, ‘With our new 4 year strategy from 2022-2026 being completed in the coming months, this provides an excellent opportunity for a new CEO to contribute to and shape our vision for the next four years, and working with our excellent team at Snowsport Scotland to further drive forward the development of snowsports in Scotland.’

Informal enquires should be directed to Robbie Clyde, Chair at

Robbie Clyde

Snowsport Scotland Chair