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Town Mayor

Every year, in May, the Town Councillors elect one of their fellow Councillors to become Town Mayor for the year. The Town Mayor is usually the Deputy Town Mayor from the previous year.

At Congleton Town Council Meeting on Thursday 12th May 2016 the Councillors elected Cllr David Brown to serve as Town Mayor for this Civic Year.

The Town Mayor raises funds for a local charity or charities of their choice. The Mayor also Chairs the Council meetings, hosts a Civic Parade in May or June and a Mayor’s Ball in March. The Mayor attends many functions on behalf of the people of Congleton. These range from opening garden parties, to school visits, attending functions in neighbouring towns to helping switch on the Christmas Lights.

To view a video of the Civic Parade that took place in Congleton on Sunday 7th June 2015 click here

Mayor of Congleton – Councillor David Brown

During his year as Town Mayor Cllr Brown will raise funds for East Cheshire Hospice. If people wish to donate to the Mayor’s Charity, cheques can be made payable to: ‘Town Mayor’s Charity’ and sent to Congleton Town Council, Town Hall, High Street, Congleton, Cheshire. CW12 1BN. The Mayor will also attend between 150 – 200 functions. He will be supported by his Mayoress, Jane Brown (daughter) and Cllr Charles Booth who has been appointed Deputy Mayor and Daniel Bonney, aged 17 as Mayor’s Cadet.

View the Mayor’s Engagements calendar

Town Mayor’s Cadet Scheme

The Town Mayors Cadet Scheme was introduced in 2009 by the then Mayor Councillor Denis Murphy. Each year a new Mayor’s Cadet is recruited from the various Youth organisations in Congleton.
Mayor's Cadet Daniel BonneyThis year Daniel Bonney from Congleton ATC 230 Squadron was selected as Town Mayor’s Cadet and as such will accompany the Town Mayor on many of his official duties.

 

 

Find out more about the Town Mayor’s Cadet