Maldon’s Deputy Town Mayor Cllr Flo Shaughnessy (pictured with some of the performers), attended a concert at the Town Hall accompanied by her husband Terry and the Town Mayor’s Consort Cllr Peter Stilts. They all agreed it was a thoroughly enjoyable evening. The Town Mayor was unable to be there because she was busy at […]
The Town Mayor, Cllr Jeanette Stilts, and her Consort, Cllr Peter Stilts, were pleased to attend the grand opening of the Black Rabbit in Maldon on 7th June.
Maldon Town Mayor, Cllr Jeanette Stilts, joined Heybridge Parish Council Chairman Cllr Richard Perry when he opened the newly-refurbished café at Brewster House Residential Home. They both agree the cakes were delicious!
Councillor Jeanette Stilts is delighted to have been elected to serve a second term as Maldon’s Town Mayor. The decision was made at the Annual Town Council meeting on 14th May 2018 held at the Town Hall. This is the first time Maldon has had a female Town Mayor serving two consecutive years. It is […]
The Town Mayor held a Civic Service at All Saints Church on Sunday 21st January. Guests included the Lord Lieutenant of Essex, the High Sheriff of Essex and ten visiting Mayors/Chairmen from nearby local authorities. Also in attendance were representatives from many Maldon associations and organisations including the Royal British Legion, the Maldon Society and […]
The Town Mayor was pleased to attend the RNLI Rowing Race event held at Maldon Quay and Maldon Little Ship Club. She judged the fancy dress competition and then presented the prizes to the winners.
At the beginning of January the Town Mayor transferred the poppy wreath laid in memory of Private Frederick Corbett VC at Maldon War Memorial on Remembrance Sunday to his grave in Maldon Cemetery.
Maldon Town Council has gained the Local Council Foundation Award. The Town Mayor and Town Clerk were pleased to receive a framed certificate from the Chairman of the Essex Accreditation Panel at the last Town Council meeting.
The Town Mayor was very pleased to open Maldon Vintage Christmas Fayre which this year had 70 stalls. Despite the cold weather, it was a busy night with many people dressed up in 1940s outfits. It was also the occasion for the switching-on of the town’s Christmas lights.
The Town Mayor was pleased to help judge the Maldon school choir competition which took place in Bright’s Path at the end of November. Five schools took part, with St Francis School being the overall winner.