Cllr. Dr C Stow elected for second year as Hebden Royd Mayor

On Wednesday 15th May at the Annual Meeting Hebden Royd Town Council elected Cllr Dr Carol Stow as the Mayor for a second year, accepting the nomination from Cllr Scott Patient.

Mayor and consorts

Mayor, Deputy Mayor and consorts

The Mayor said: “I feel hugely privileged to have been chosen by my fellow councillors to be their mayor for the second year in a row. I’m now looking forward to a second year getting out and about meeting the people of our wonderful area and hearing their stories.”

Cllr Dr Carol Stow continued: “This year the charity I will be supporting is CROWS - Community Rights of Way Service. This is a group of people, all volunteers, who repair and improve paths in our local area. So many people, both locals and visitors, gain immense social and health benefits from walking but we often forget that paths need maintenance and clear signing. CROWS quietly get on with maintaining and repairing paths, ensuring we can all continue to enjoy our magnificent local countryside.”

Donation to Slow the Flow

A cheque was presented to Slow The Flow Calderdale for £2912.50, from funds raised during the Mayor’s 2018/19 tenure, to be spent on developing and promoting more natural flood management projects.

The new Mayor, who will be supported in her role by Cllr Sue Fenton who takes up the position of Deputy Mayor. Cllr Dr Carol Stow announced her consort for the 2019-20 would be Dr Sean Pert and Cllr Sue Fenton’s consort is Rob Garrett.

Hebden Royd Town Council would also like to thank the visiting Mayors for their attendance: Cllr Robert Knotts and Mrs Lesley Knotts - Chairman and wife from Saddleworth Parish Council. Cllr Madeline De Souza & Marie Prophet - Mayor and consort from Whitworth Town Council. Cllr Andy Hollis & Cllr Susan Press - Mayor and consort from Todmorden Town Council.

Added: Wednesday, 22 May 2019