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Henry Butt to get next blue plaque

Henry Butt the first Charter Mayor of Weston has been voted the next person to receive one of Weston Town Council’s blue plaques..

 

Who was Henry Butt?

 

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Blue Plaque Scheme for Weston

The first of the blue plaques is honouring Olympian Paulo Radmilovic and was unveiled at the Imperial on Thursday 30th March at 12.30pm by Councillor John Crockford-Hawley, Councillor Alan Peak, Mayor of Weston-Super-Mare, and members of the Radmilovic family.

Find out about the Blue Plaques

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Boost for Mayor's Charity Fund

The Mayor & Mayoress, Councillor & Mrs Alan Peak, were delighted to receive a donation from Mr Sayd Ahmed of Pappadoms Indian Take Away for the Mayor’s Charity Fund, for the Macular Society, one of the Mayor's chosen charities.

 Generous donation for the Mayor's Charity Fund

 

 

Weston-super-Mare has grown from a fishing village of 180 inhabitants in 1810 to a major holiday resort of 80,000 people today. The Town Council was established in 2000 as the only democratically elected body which exclusively represents the town. In legal terms it is the 'parish' council for the town with 31 councillors, who take no allowances and are elected every four years. This website will tell you about the services the Town Council provide, including play areas, bus shelters, the cemetery at Milton Road, the Blakehay Theatre, Weston Museum, youth services including the Youth Cafe at YMCA and allotments through the Allotment Club. Keep reading to find out what we do for the people of Weston-super-Mare and about our councillors, policies, staff, finances and meetings.

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