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I would like to start by saying what an incredible honour and privilege it is to have been chosen to be the Mayor of Crewe for 2019/20.
I would like to thank all of the individuals, groups and organisations whom I have worked with over the last six years – whether they be community, voluntary or faith-based groups and organisations; representatives from education; representatives from businesses; representatives from statutory organisations; past and present representatives of Cheshire East Council; as well as past and present representatives of Crewe Town Council.
The last six years have been an incredible journey. When a referendum voted to establish a Town Council for Crewe, I was unsure that it was something which I personally had any interest in being a part of, but six years later, here I am. I have been incredibly fortunate to have had so many different experiences; to have had so many opportunities; to have worked with so many wonderful, talented, committed and passionate people; to have gained skills and abilities which will carry me through the rest of my life. It is certainly which I will never forget when all is said and done.
I have had the privilege of supporting the work of the Town Council, and representing its interests at so many wonderful events: I was the honourary male at the first ever Crewe Women’s Day, an event that we have supported many times; I have carried the mace, acted as a steward and led Remembrance Sunday; I have acted as a steward at Chalk It Up – an international pavement art festival – in the Summer of 2017; I have attended careers events and enrichment days in local schools; as well as delivering talks on topics such as the work of the Town Council, the Community Plan, High Speed Rail 2 and the Town Trail.
As I said, I have had been incredibly fortunate to have had so many different experiences; to have had so many opportunities; and, to have worked with so many wonderful, talented, committed and passionate people.
As Mayor of Crewe, I cannot promise that the sun will always shine. I cannot promise that the issues which we face as a town will be solved overnight, or even right away. But let us all be thankful for those businesses which we still have, and do what we can to support them. Let us all appreciate what we do have in the strength and diversity of our local community. Because no matter what the issues are, and no matter what obstacles we need to overcome, all we really have is eachother. So, yes, we have some issues to deal with, and we will deal with those issues, but I have witnessed the greatest asset which our town has – our local community. Our people.
Cllr Brian Roberts
Deputy: Cllr Simon Yates
Cllr Diane Yates
Deputy: Cllr Dennis Straine-Francis
Cllr Marilyn Houston
Deputy: Cllr Diane Yates
Cllr Dennis Straine-Francis
Deputy: Cllr Marilyn Houston
Cllr Pam Minshall
Deputy: Cllr Benn Minshall
Cllr Irene Faseyi
Deputy: Cllr Peggy Martin