The Mayor of Seaford, Cllr Rodney Reed launches an initiative to support local charities
2020/2021 Municipal Year Mayor of Seaford – Cllr Rodney Reed
At a virtual Annual General meeting at Seaford Town Council on 21st May 2020, the new Mayor of Seaford was elected – Cllr Rodney Reed. His elected deputy is Cllr Jean Cash (photo below right), Mrs Ann Reed is Mayoress and Consort (photo below left).
Cllr Reed is quoted as saying “ I am honoured and humbled to have been appointed as Mayor, with the unanimous support of the Council. I look forward to working cooperatively with all Councillors, for the good of our town,and in being part of the town emerging from the current restrictions and being successful again in business and supportive in community.
Newly elected Deputy Mayor, Cllr Jean Cash is well known in Seaford for her teaching career at Seaford Head School. Cllr Cash looks forward to working closely with the Mayor, in supporting the Town Council and the Community.
Cllr Reed will be setting out his plans for his term as Mayor soon. For updates check the Mayors facebook page
Cllr Reed Thanked the previous Mayor 2019 – 2020, Cllr Nazish Adil, for her commitment whilst Mayor and to all her consorts; a role that was shared by friends, relatives, and members of the local community . Thanks was also given to Cllr Adil’s Chaplain, Rev Arwen Folkes for her invaluable support in organising and delivering the Mayors Carol Service.
Details of the Mayoral Engagements and Events are reported in the Mayor’s Report at each Full Council meeting, or can be seen on the Mayor’s Facebook page – @mayorofseaford
If you wish to book the Mayor for an official engagement, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Each year at its Annual Meeting the Council must elect a Mayor as first point of business; the Mayor then serves in office for the Municipal Year (May to May).
The Council is lucky to have had such a variety of Mayor’s since its formation in 1999, each with their own aspirations for their time in office and with unswerving dedication to their roles. Often, as the Mayor, they would receive an invite to an engagement on a weekly basis, some weeks as special occasions there may even be three or four engagements – this is on top of their duties and responsibilities as a Councillor, and all carried out voluntarily.
The Council offers its gratitude to those former Mayors of Seaford: