L to R: Madam Mayor Cllr Mrs Pamela Bryant, Mayor's Cadet Emily McKnight, and Mayoress Cllr Mrs Louise Clubley
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The new Mayor of Fareham for 2019/20 has been appointed today following the Mayor Making ceremony at Ferneham Hall. Councillor Mrs Pamela Bryant is now the Mayor of Fareham, and the Mayoress is her daughter, Councillor Mrs Louise Clubley.
This year, the Mayor will be supporting three charities which are Fareport Talking News, The Rowans Hospice and 1350 Squadron Air Training Corps.
Mayor of Fareham, Councillor Mrs Pamela Bryant, said: "I am honoured and delighted to be serving the community as the Mayor of Fareham for a second time. Being Mayor gives me a great opportunity to promote some wonderful causes and raise money for my Mayoral charities."
The new Mayor's Cadet for 2019/20 is Cpl Emily McKnight, from 1350 Squadron, Air Training Corps.
Emily will take part in various duties to support the Mayor throughout the forthcoming year, including attending civic events, wreath bearing, church readings and assisting the Mayor's Attendants.
Additional information regarding Mayor’s charities:
1350 (Fareham & District) Squadron Air Training Corps
1350 Squadron was founded in 1941. It is a voluntary youth organisation and is one of the biggest squadrons in the county. They support, teach and train young people in many aspects of life.
The Fareham Squadron are in need of a new minibus to transport their cadets to camps, competitions and events. The Mayor would specifically like to help contribute towards this.
The Rowans Hospice
The Rowans Hospice is dedicated to improving the lives of people living with
life-limiting illnesses, their families and carers in Portsmouth and South East Hampshire.
They offer specialist support wherever it is needed, at the Hospice, at home and in the local community.
Funds are being raised towards a therapeutic jacuzzi/hydrotherapy bath and the Mayor would specifically like to help contribute towards this.
Fareport Talking News
Fareport Talking News records local news and events for people who cannot read the printed word.
Weekly bulletins are recorded on a memory stick and delivered directly to users by post – for free.
The charity is self-funding and relies entirely on the generosity of volunteers, the public and its own fundraising events.
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