Bath City have appointed a local businesswoman as their new Chairman.
Manda Rigby will replace first team boss Adie Britton in the role, combining the role with her work as a councillor for Bath and North East Somerset.
Britton had taken over the Chairman's role on a temporary basis four months ago after Geoff Todd decided to step down but is now free to concentrate on his managerial duties.
Speaking about the appointment Britton said: "Manda is a successful businesswoman, both in the City and IT sector, in addition to starting and selling her own business.
"She is a mad keen, passionate football fan, her father was a professional player and she has been to matches in all divisions throughout the country. I look forward immensely to working with her."
Bath City finished 10th in the Blue Square Premier League last season and Rigby is keen to meet the ambitions of the club.
"The club has great ambition, a strong vision, and some incredibly talented and professional people," said Rigby.
"I hope that the experience, commitment and passion I bring, will enable me and the rest of the board, to ensure that the ambitions on the pitch are matched by the success off it."