Julie Taylor invited us to lunch at the St Peter’s Hospital Café on 6th June. It was absolutely packed with lunchtime diners who were entertained by the singer Wendy Martin who has an extensive catalogue of classic songs and a beautiful voice with which to do them justice. The following day I went to St […]
On the evening of 5th June I went to the Chapter House of Chelmsford Cathedral to see presentations by young people who are all in various groups which are part of Voluntary Youth Organisations in Essex. Their presentations were heart-warming and amusing and, if they are our future, suggest we will be in safe hands. […]
Sunday 2nd June saw Terry and I in Brightlingsea to attend the Blessing and Reclaiming of the Waters. This is a colourful and well-choreographed annual event which includes a procession through the town, a service by the water and then a small flotilla of decorated boats taking to the river. Amid much noise from crews […]
I visited St Peter’s Hospital Café to congratulate Julie Taylor for winning one of the top awards at Essex County Council’s 2019 `Who will Care?’ evening. I should add that as well as serving terrific lunches the wonderful Julie runs a much-needed service which supplies essential provisions, donated by members of the public, to those […]
On Friday 24th May I visited Suzie’s Gift and Tea Shop to congratulate Suzie Pugh and her team on winning one of the top awards at Essex County Council’s 2019 `Who will Care?’ event. As always a lovely atmosphere and a great cup of tea! That evening I attended, with my husband and now my […]
On Monday 13th May I had the honour of being elected Town Mayor of Maldon by my fellow councillors at Maldon Town Council. Now, as well as all our regular Council meetings, I look forward to attending many interesting and entertaining events and to representing Maldon on civic occasions in other towns in Essex. […]
All Saints Church held a Christmas Tree Festival for the first time this year. The Town Mayor decorated one and invited visitors to write a wish on a star and hang it on her tree.
On 28th November the Town Mayor was busy judging Maldon’s High Street shops ready for the Vintage Christmas Fayre on the following day. This year the theme was the 1950s and Maldon Drama Group took to the streets wearing yellow blazers as characters from Hi De Hi.
The Town Mayor attended Maldon Little Ship Club’s Laying-up supper where she was pleased to present trophies to the winners of the various sailing events held throughout the year. The following day she was back at the quayside to present cheques from the proceeds of a boat and sailing equipment auction held by local yachtsman […]
Maldon’s newest jewellery shop was opened by the Town Mayor on 24th November. Situated at the top end of the High Street, the Jewellery Design Workshop not only sells ready made jewellery but also designs and makes pieces to customer’s specific requirements.