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New Mayor wants to improve Llanfyllin look

 
Created on 18/05/2018 @ 10:12
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Llanfyllin’s new Mayor has set out his mandate for his two years in office by looking to keep the residents better connected and improving the look of the town.

Cllr Simon Baynes also said that he wishes to provide stronger support for the town centre, particularly the shops, and has revealed his chosen charity.

“My predecessor as Mayor, David Goodman, did a fantastic job over the last two years. I would also like to thank the retiring Deputy Mayor George Stroud who served the town with distinction,” he said.

“I look forward to supporting everyone in the town over the next two years and plan to introduce a regular Town Council newsletter providing an update on our activities and a full list of the Town Councillors and their contact details.

“I am keen to improve further the appearance of the town and particularly support shops, the weekly market and the new Christmas market.

“My chosen charities as Mayor are: Concertina - Music for the Elderly (www.concertinamusic.org.uk) and the Master’s House Appeal at Y Dolydd Llanfyllin Workhouse (www.the-workhouse.org.uk).

“The Deputy Mayor and I are very keen to help on issues and answer any questions from local residents. Please contact me on 07880 786573 or baynes@bodfach.com.”

PICTURE (from left): Mayor, Cllr Simon Baynes; the Deputy Mayor, Cllr Tracey Windsor; and Cllr David Goodman, the outgoing Mayor.


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