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.
The Town Mayor was pleased to officially open the new Barge Tearooms aboard S B Resourceful and then enjoy some delicious refreshments. The barge is moored on the quay.
On 11th November, Town Mayor Cllr Jeanette Stilts attended a tree-planting ceremony at St Peter’s churchyard in memory of Jean Haylock who was involved for many years in organising Maldon carnival. The 12th November was Remembrance Sunday and after attending the Maldon wreath-laying ceremony and church service, the Town Mayor went to the Stow Maries […]
The Town Mayor attended the Plume Academy Remembrance event at the Fambridge Road campus on Friday 10th November while the Town Mayoress attended the Mill Road campus parade. These commemorative events were organised by the members of the cadet services.
The last two weeks of October were busy for the Town Mayor. She attended the Heybridge Parish Council Quiz Night on 20th. The 26th saw Cllr Stilts visiting the Maldon in Bloom children’s activity day at the Town Hall, and the next day she was there again for the Action for Family Carers Pre-loved clothes […]
Cllr Jeanette Stilts enjoyed visiting the Action for Family Carers Coffee and Cake morning which was held at Brickhouse Farm.
Maldon Town Mayor, Cllr Jeanette Stilts, was pleased to help judge the Young Person’s Art Competition on 8th September and then present the prizes a week later.
The Town Mayor attended Redbridge Civic Service and met up with mayors from other local authorities.
The Town Mayor was pleased to join the Maldon society’s 60th birthday celebration on 5th October. A large cake was cut and a good time had by all.