Town Mayor, Cllr Leeroy Scott and Consort Lisa Scott.
Leader of the Council – Cllr Andy Tree
Town Mayor – Cllr Leeroy Scott
Deputy Town Mayor – Cllr James Fryer
Deputy Leader of the Council – Cllr Catherine Clark
The Town Mayor for 2023-2024 is Cllr Leeroy Scott and his Mayoral Consort is Lisa Scott.
The Deputy Town Mayor for 2023-2024 is Cllr James Fryer
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.
Invite the Town Mayor to attend or open and event
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 new Cadet for 2023-2024 is Cadet Sergeant Caitlin Sobey, pictured below with the current Town Mayor, Cllr Leeroy Scott.
In March 2022 Cadet Sergeant Maddy Jenkins was welcomed by the previous Town Mayor, Cllr Bisi Kennard.
Town Mayor Cllr Leeroy Scott and Mayor’s Cadet, Cadet Sergeant Maddie Jenkins
On Thursday 19 August 2021, Mayor Bisi Kennard was invited to Wolfe House to join the Air Cadets for the evening and present Nicholas Tate as Mayor’s Cadet for 2021/22.
Left to right: Town Mayor Cllr Bisi Kennard, Mayor’s Cadet and Flt Sgt Allsebrook at the Summer Fun Day on 21 August 2021