The Town Mayor, Councillor Catherine Clark

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        Dear Resident,


As the Mayor of the Parish of Whitehill for 2019-2020 which includes Bordon, I would like to personally welcome you to our town. Part of my role as Mayor is also being the Chairman of Whitehill Town Council (covering Whitehill & Bordon), which is your most local level of government.

Bordon is currently undergoing major development with lots of exciting changes currently in progress, including a brand-new secondary school called Oakmoor School which is due to open in Autumn 2019. This will replace the existing school with more up-to-date facilities and opportunities, so we can give our children the best start in life.

There are also plans in place to extend the Budds Lane Bordon Infant and Junior schools to provide further school places for new residents with young children, not to mention the other four fantastic primary schools already in our area.

Due to open in early Spring/Summer 2020 is the new Leisure Centre, which our Town Council supported and is a big improvement on our current 4 lane swimming pool and will have 6 lanes, separate smaller pool and state of the art gym facilities. Further plans have been presented to us regarding a new town centre, cinema and health provision. We as a town council are consulted on such plans and will always look to represent residents.

Our town has been gifted with natural beauty, both Hogmoor Inclosure and Bordon Inclosure are designated as “Suitable Alternative Natural Green Spaces” (SANGS), which are specifically designed for the use of residents. Our Town Council manages the Bordon Inclosure and took on this project to provide for local residents.

Since 2 May 2019, I am one of fifteen elected councillors who represent the community on the Town Council and our full details can be found on our website. If you have any questions, you can contact us using any of the details above. If we do not have the answer, then we can do our best to help and point you in the right direction. You are invited to “like”/follow our Facebook page for updates, as we are keen to keep in contact.

Once again I wish to welcome you to our town and on behalf of myself and my fellow town councillors, I wish you all the very best.

Yours faithfully, 

Town Mayor sign off

 Cllr Mrs Catherine Clark

Town Mayor of the Parish of Whitehill (Whitehill & Bordon)

The Town Mayor

The Town Mayor for 2019-2020 is Cllr Catherine Clark and her Mayoral Escort is Cllr Katie Anscombe.

The Deputy Town Mayor for 2019-2020 is Cllr Leeroy Scott and his Deputy Mayoral Consort is Mrs Lisa Fogerty-Scott.  


The Town Mayor is the Chairman of the Council who acts as the Town Council's ceremonial representative at official events. He or she will act with the authority of, and be responsible to, the Town Council. The position of Town Mayor is a non-political, civic role.

The position of Mayor confers no additional advantages or authority other than the honour of representing the town of Whitehill & Bordon and acting as its first citizen.

In the absence of the Town Mayor, The Deputy Town Mayor will carry out all duties normally performed by the Town Mayor, as Vice Chairman of the Council.

Mayor's Cadet

The Town Mayor may nominate a cadet to become his/her cadet for his/her term of office. The cadet's formal duties will be to attend with the Mayor as and when appropriate in the course of his/her official duties. 

The role of the Mayor's Cadet is annual May - April.  


The Town Mayor, Councillor Catherine Clark, appointed the Mayor's Cadet, Air Cadet Corporal Leo Mills from 2412 Squadron, Bordon & District. (As pictured below)

Town Mayor with the Mayor's Air Cadet

The Town Mayor, Cllr C Clark with The Mayor's Cadet, Air Cadet Corporal Leo Mills at the Duck Race held in July 2019.  


Silhouette of a person Army cadet to be announced shortly







Army Cadet to be announced soon