Hertsmere selects new mayor
ROSEMARY Gilligan has been named the new mayor of Hertsmere. The Shenley councillor was nominated by her fellow members at a meeting of Hertsmere Borough Council last night (Wednesday). The 52-year-old, whose ward includes South Mimms, takes over from fel
ROSEMARY Gilligan has been named the new mayor of Hertsmere.
The Shenley councillor was nominated by her fellow members at a meeting of Hertsmere Borough Council last night (Wednesday).
The 52-year-old, whose ward includes South Mimms, takes over from fellow Conservative Sandra Parnell.
Cllr Gilligan follows in the footsteps of her father Tim, who was the borough's mayor in 1990/91.
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Her chosen charities will be Action for ME and disability network Radar.
She said: "Being a mayor is a huge honour and I look forward to a busy year ahead and to meeting people in the community."
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Also at last night's meeting, Bushey Tory councillor Linda Silver was appointed deputy mayor, while Morris Bright retained his role as leader of the council.
* For more reaction from Cllr Gilligan, plus a look back at Cllr Parnell's mayoral year, see next week's Potters Bar Edition.