Town Mayor Civic Year 2019- 2020

Councillor Paul Moore was elected as the Town Mayor for Broadstairs & St. Peter’s at the Statutory Annual Council Meeting and Mayor Making Ceremony at the Pavilion on Monday 14th May 2018.

After leaving St Lawrence College joined the Queen's Regiment Territorial Army that was based at Westwood, where he demonstrated and showed the potential to become an officer and progressed steadily until gaining a commission.
After leaving the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst, he continued to serve with the 5th Battalion and completed numerous courses to eventually be put in post and appointed as the regimental signals officer for the battalion . He applied for a short service vocational commission with the Regular Army and served as a platoon commander in B Company the 3rd Battalion Queens Regt Serving in Cyprus and the Falklands.

He left the Army in 1991 and in 1993 joined the Kent Fire and Rescue Service, where he still works today, serving our community in an operational management role. He is a qualified Building Surveyor, has a Post Graduate Certificate in Education and is a Member of the Institute of Fire Engineers.

In May 2015, Cllr Moore was elected as a Broadstairs and St Peter's Town Councillor, representing the St Peter's Ward, and currently sits on numerous committees including Finance and General Purposes, Planning, Neighbourhood Plan, Leisure and Tourism, Audit and the Town Forum.

 

For further information on the post of the Mayoralty, to invite the Mayor to an event, for information on fundraising events or to contact the Mayor, please telephone The Mayor's Secretary at Broadstairs & St. Peter's Town Council on 01843 868718 or send an email to: mayor@broadstairs.gov.uk.

 

The Mayors Chaplain this year is The Reverend Jan Durrans

Rev. Jan was appointed Priest in Charge of St Peter in Thanet in August 2016 having spent five years as Assistant Curate at St Nicholas Church Chislehurst.
Before being ordained Deacon (2011) and Priest (2012) in the Diocese of Rochester I had several careers: with Lloyds Bank, as classroom assistant in a local church school, as parish administrator and as Admin Assistant to the Bishop of Tonbridge.
Church has always been an important part of her life , she was confirmed aged 14 at St Nicholas Church in Newbury Berkshire, where she later got married.

 


“I am looking forward to spending the next year as Mayor’s Chaplain and supporting Councillor Paul Moore in his time of office.”


Mayor's Gallery 2018 - 2019

Mayor of Broadstairs and St. Peter's for the Civic Year 2018-2019 is Councillor Paul Moore

 

At the Annual Statutory Council Meeting and Mayor Making Ceremony on Monday 14th May, Councillor Paul Moore was elected Mayor for the Civic Year 2018 - 2019. His Mayoress is Wendy Steele.

 

Councillor Charlie Leys was elected as Deputy Mayor for the Civic Year 2018 - 2019. His Consort is Nathan Spray.

 

During the evening the Millennium Cup was presented to Victoria Suchak and the Mayoress Cup was presented the Crampton Tower Museum Trust.

The Millennium Cup is presented to a person or persons who, in the opinion of the Town Council, has made a significant contribution to promoting Broadstairs and St. Peter's and/or the well-being of the local community.

The Mayoress Cup is presented to an organisation or group who, in the opinion of the Town Council, has made a significant contribution to promoting Broadstairs and St. Peter's and /or the well-being of the local community.


Mayor and Mayoress attending the AGM of the League of Friends of QEQM Hospital on Thursday 24th May.

 

 Mayor and Town Sergeant with Doris at her 100th Birthday

The Mayor and the Town Sergeant at Bradstowe Lodge celebrating Doris's 100th Birthday 

 

 

Ceremonial Mayor Making Evening at Deal on 31st May with Lord Warden, Mayor & Mayoress of Deal and Deputy Mayor of Deal.

 

 

 

 Mayor's visit to the Turner Contemporary Gallery on 29th May to celebrate the 25th Anniversary of the Pilgrim's Hospice

 

 

 

 

 Saturday 9th June, the Mayor attending the Mayor of Ramsgate's Charity Bowls Afternoon

 

 

Saturday 23rd June 2018 Deputy Mayor & consort at St. Mildred's School summer fair  

 

 

 Saturday 30th June Charlie with Rev.  Jan at St. Peters Church Fate 

 

 

12th July 2018 Charlie with Craig MacKinlay MP meeting students at the Charles Dickens School Arts Festival 

 

Mayor attending Civic Service of Swale Borough Council on Sunday 22nd July.






 Spring Ball that was held at the Broadstairs Pavilion on Saturday 30th March 2019

We raised approx. £1100 on the evening towards the Mayor's Charities.

Mayor Cllr Paul Moore and Mayoress Wendy Moore raised £3000 for their chosen charities this year. Pilgrims Hospice, Prostate Cancer UK and MacMillan Cancer Support received £1000 each.

 

Civic year 2019-2020 

 

 
On Monday 20th May, at the Broadstairs and St. Peter’s Town Council Statutory Annual Council Meeting and Mayor Making Ceremony, Cllr Paul Moore was elected as Mayor for the Civic Year 2019-2020 and his wife Cllr. Wendy Moore was invested as his Mayoress. Cllr. Roy Dexter was elected as Deputy Mayor for the Civic Year 2019-2020 and Cllr. Brenda Rogers was invested as his Deputy Mayoress.
During the evening, The Mayor presented The Millennium Cup to Peter Lorenzo, Sue Wall and Laura Scotney for their commitment as community members of the Neighbourhood Plan Sub-Committee. The Millennium is awarded for a person or persons who, in the opinion of the Town Council, has made a significant contribution to promoting Broadstairs and St Peter’s and/or the well-being of the local community. The Mayor also presented the Mayoress Cup to the Library Bank and Gardening Group, led by Mike Clark for their efforts in undertaking the Broadstairs Library Bank Project, turning an eyesore into something that the town can have some civic pride in. The Mayoress cup is awarded to an organisation or group who, in the opinion of the Town Council, has made a significant contribution to promoting both Broadstairs and St. Peter’s.

 

 

Thank you to St. Andrews Church for their lovely thank you card to the Mayor & Mayoress for attending the Open Gardens event 

 

 The Mayor and Mayoresses Garden Party was held on Saturday 27th July 2019, the fundraising event was in aid of the Mayors charities - Pancreatic Cancer, The Youth  Zone Broadstairs, Broadstairs Town shed & local groups  


 

 The Mayor and Mayoress at the teddy bears picnic and Broadstairs Water Gala on wednesday 31st July 2019

 

 

 

Thursday 8th August 2019 the Mayor & Mayoress attended the 25th Anniversary of St. Peter's Village Tour  


 £250 was raised at Da's restaurant on Thursday 8th August 2019 
Quote from the Mayor: "Thanks to everyone who supported the evening , this was a low key gathering arranged by Horace , who everyone knows is absolutely superb at arranging and comparing these events to those who are not aware DA’s is a bijou Thai restaurant and last night we held a Charity dinner along with bingo and a raffle draw which raised an amazing amount considering the number of people we could only cram In . Well done and thank you all for you continued support"

 

The Mayor and Mayoress with His Holiness Maha Vidhuu Swaui and his Grace Dayal Mora Das at the pilgrimage for peace on Monday 19th August 



 The Mayor and Mayoress visited the East gate house , Rochester castle and cathedral civic event on 5th September 2019

 

 Wednesday 2nd October 2019- Deputy Mayor and Mayoress, Councillors Roy Dexter and Brenda Rogers attending the 100th birthday of Nora Haworth-Maden who is a resident at Bradstowe Lodge in Broadstairs