New Mayor
Following the annual general meeting on Wednesday 2nd May 2018, Members resolved to elect Councillor Peter Scott to serve as Town Mayor for municipal year 2018/19.

Newport Town Mayor Councillor Scott took the time to Congratulate Councillor Lyn Fowler on her achievements as Town Mayor over the past 2 years, and her success in representing Newport during the church service with HRH the Princess Royal as her final engagement.

Councillor Scott said “I’m Very pleased and immensely proud to be elected Mayor of Newport tonight. Being born and brought up in the town makes it extra special. I will serve all residents and the council to the best of my abilities.”

Councillor Phil Norton was duly elected as Deputy Mayor for Municipal year 2018/19. Very pleased and immensely proud to be elected Mayor of Newport tonight. Being born and brought up in the town makes it extra special. I will serve all residents and the council to the best of my abilities.Very pleased and immensely proud to be elected Mayor of Newport tonight. Being born and brought up in the town makes it extra special. I will serve all residents and the council to the best of my abilities.Very pleased and immensely proud to be elected Mayor of Newport tonight. Being born and brought up in the town makes it extra special. I will serve all residents and the council to the best of my abilitiesVery pleased and immensely proud to be elected Mayor of Newport tonight. Being born and brought up in the town makes it extra special. I will serve all residents and the council to the best of my abilitiesVery pleased and immensely proud to be elected Mayor of Newport tonight. Being born and brought up in the town makes it extra special. I will serve all residents and the council to the best of my abilities

 

 


 

A Big Thank You to all the residents that attended The Annual Town Meeting, The Council works best when the residents help us shape Newport’s future.

Congratulations to Malcolm Miles who collected his Special Recognition Award for long standing commitment to the Town by preserving and sharing the history and heritage of Newport for the wider community.

Also a special thank you to Stg Ram Aston for his presentation on safeguarding and awareness, and his team from West Mercia Police Harm Reduction Unit. 

 

NEWPORT Community Police Drop-in Surgeries

@ The Guildhall,

Every Friday 11am to 1pm on-going.

This is a chance to meet some local police officers who cover the area and speak to them about your problems and concerns. Whether you want to report a crime, give them information or seek advice. Their aim is to be a local point of contact, providing our communities with local, timely and accessible information about crime and disorder problems and how local policing and community safety initiatives are responding to them.

We understand that the times may not be suitable if you work Friday daytime, however Fridays are Newport’s busiest shopping day, and the Police are always available via 101 or there website.

https://www.westmercia.police.uk/article/2325/Contact-us

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Newport Street Collections 2018 for charities, groups etc.
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