John Lawton, who took over as chairman and secretary a couple of years ago because there was nobody available for either role, has now resigned from both positions.
Mr Lawton, who lives in Wrexham, said: “Not one
member in addition to the usual seven has bothered to attend any branch meeting
for the last four years.
* John Lawton at this year's Service
of Remembrance in Llangollen.
“This was in spite of me changing the time and venue to Llangollen Royal Air Force Association Club to make things easier.“Surely if I can drive 34 miles to a meeting, then they can drive to the club from town.
“I feel that the lack of support made my job untenable so I saw no alternative but to resign.”He added: “Myself and the member now standing in as chairman and secretary are due to meet the legion’s area chairman later this week to finalise things.
“I think the branch will remain open and I pray it does.”Llangollen RBL was formed 91 years ago in time to consecrate the town’s cenotaph in November, 1923.
Mr Lawton has previously been secretary of the Historic Warships in Birkenhead, a Petty Officer in the Sea Cadet Corps and treasurer of Llangollen Royal Naval Association.