Civic open day to be held

PUBLISHED: 12:12 09 October 2009 | UPDATED: 16:09 11 May 2010

One of the honours the Mayor has during his year of office is to be able to invite representatives of many of the Town s voluntary organisations, civic bodies and local dignitaries to the annual Civic Reception in the Town Hall. This year, I have decide

One of the honours the Mayor has during his year of office is to be able to invite representatives of many of the Town's voluntary organisations, civic bodies and local dignitaries to the annual Civic Reception in the Town Hall.

This year, I have decided to hold the Civic Reception in Market Hill Rooms, where the facilities and access is accessible for all. Unfortunately this means fewer people can be invited, as the capacity of the Room is smaller than the upper hall of the Town Hall.

This will disappoint many people who would usually receive an invite and cannot be accommodated this year, but I am sure they will understand the reason. However, so that everybody has a chance to meet the Mayor, Members of the Town Council and the Town Clerk and possible her staff, a Civic Open Day will be held in Market Hill Rooms later in the Civic Year, to which all will be invited.

Rod Kennedy

Royston Mayor 2009/2010

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