Spot the Stranger prizes presented

On Bank Holiday Monday the Town Mayor was pleased to present the winners of the Spot the Stranger competition with their prizes in Promenade Park. The competition is run by Maldon Carnival Association.  

Maldon Carnival a great success

Saturday 5th August was Maldon Carnival day and the sun shone and crowds came out to watch. The Town Mayor congratulated the Carnival Committee for putting on a wonderful day. The Union flag flew at half mast on the Moot Hall in memory of Jean Haylock, Secretary of the Carnival Committee, who passed away earlier […]

St Mary’s Flower Festival

Friday 4th August was a busy day for the Town Mayor. She attended St Mary’s Church Flower Festival where the theme for all the displays was `Hymns’. The arrangements were the work of lots of different people and community groups, with those of different ages and skills taking part.  All the flower arrangements looked stunning […]

Charity cricket match

On 24th July the Town Mayor attended the annual Plume Academy charity cricket match, accompanied by Cllr Richard Miller and Cllr and Mrs Mark Heard. Despite inclement weather, the teams played for a long as possible before a delicious lunch, laid on by Mrs Judy Smith, was served. A few days later the Town Mayor […]

Maldon’s Carnival Queen is crowned

Sunday 23rd July saw the Town Mayor in Promenade Park where she crowned Maldon Carnival Queen and Princesses.  The sun was shining but by the time the Mayor helped judge the dog show the rain had set in. Fortunately the weather didn’t dampen the enthusiasm of the participants!

A busy Saturday for the Town Mayor

Saturday 22nd July was a busy day for the Town Mayor.  It began with Cllr Jeanette Stilts opening the St Francis Hospice Shop which was followed by helping the RNLI with their street collection outside the Moot Hall. Then the Town Mayor visited  a photographic exhibition at the Maeldune Heritage Centre before going to West Maldon […]