The Mayor of Droitwich Spa
‘Picture Courtesy of The Droitwich Standard’
The Mayor of Droitwich Spa for 2022/2023 is Councillor George Duffy. His chosen charities are Droitwich Council for Voluntary Services and Droitwich Waterways (Pamela May) Trust Ltd. The Consort to the Mayor is Andreea Campean .
The Deputy Mayor is Councillor Mrs Kate Fellows.
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Who is on the council?
The council is made up of councillors elected by the electors of the parish. Every year the council elects one of them to be the Chairman of the council (called the Mayor of a Town Council). The council has a paid officer who organises meetings and helps to carry out the council’s decisions – this officer is usually called the Clerk. The Clerk does not vote or make decisions; that is the role of the councillors.
Cllr Mrs Chris A Bowden
Tel Home: 01905 775704
Cllr Alex Sinton
c/o Town Council Offices
St Richard’s House
Mobile: 07808 815323
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How do people get elected to the council?
Elections are held every four years and will usually coincide with a District Council election. Details of when elections are held can be found at www.wychavon.gov.uk.
Sometimes the number of people who put their names forward for election equals or is less than the number of seats on the council. In these circumstances there is not a poll on election day and the people nominated are deemed elected. If the number deemed elected is less than the number of seats on the council, then the council is required to co-opt people onto the council to fill the vacancies.
If a seat on the council becomes vacant between normal elections then a special procedure has to be followed which can lead to an election or, more usually, the co-option of a new councillor.
Do councillors have to declare any financial or other personal interests they have in a matter under discussion by the council?
Yes. All councillors have to abide by Code of Conduct which sets out which interests have to be declared. They also have to enter relevant financial and other interests in a special Register that is open to inspection by members of the public and has been placed on the Wychavon website here. The Clerk has a copy of the Code of Conduct and the Register can be inspected at Wychavon District Council’s offices.
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Droitwich Spa Town Council – Representatives on Outside Bodies