New Mayor & Deputy Mayor of Amersham for 2017-2018

Monday, May 22nd, 2017
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New Mayor & Deputy Mayor of Amersham for 2017-2018

It is with great pleasure to announce that Councillor Clive Morgan has been elected as the new Mayor of Amersham.
Cllr. Morgan accepted his Chains of Office from outgoing Mayor, Councillor Mark Vivis, at the Annual Statutory Meeting of the Town Council which took place at Flint Barn Court on Monday 15th May. Councillor Caroline Jones was elected as Deputy Mayor. We would like to take this opportunity to wish both Cllr. Morgan & Cllr. Jones every success for their term in office!

 

 

 

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