The Mayor and Deputy Mayor of Bradley Stoke 2022-23 elected
BSTC - 8th June 2022
The Annual Town Council meeting of Bradley Stoke elected Councillor Tony Griffiths to the position of Mayor and Chair of the Council for the civic year 2022-23 with Councillor Franklin Owusu-Antwi being elected as the new Vice-Chair of the Council and the Deputy Mayor of Bradley Stoke.
The new Mayor was welcomed to the role by the outgoing Mayor, Councillor Tom Aditya.
Councillor Tony Griffiths’ biography and welcoming message is available here.
The new Mayor has chosen two charities for his term in office, these are Great Western Air Ambulance Charity and St. Peters' Hospice. All Councillors and the BSTC staff are united in the continuation of making Bradley Stoke a great place to live, providing public committees for finance, planning and environment, and leisure, youth and amenities.
Public wellbeing is catered for through the Town Council grant aid scheme, remember to apply for consideration if you have a good cause needing support.
Public attendance is open at all meetings, and councillors encourage the community to come along to air any comments or concerns. Direct access to your ward Councillor can be found on the Bradley Stoke Town Council website.
Also, at the meeting, on behalf of the past Mayor, Councillor Michael Hill (who sadly passed away suddenly during his term of office), Councillor Tom Aditya presented the two Mayor’s Charities, Dogs for Good and St Peter’s Hospice, with presentation cheques, totalling £2,503 each, resulting from fund-raising activities during 2021/22.
Please refer back often to the town council website for our exciting updates and planned events throughout the year.