Chelmsford City Council
Ask the mayor to attend an event

Ask the Mayor to attend an event

If you would like the Mayor or Deputy Mayor to attend your event, you can contact us to find out if they are available.

The Mayor does not attend political events, but can attend:

  • awareness raising promotions
  • fundraising events
  • annual general meetings
  • festivals  
  • award presentations
  • religious services
  • opening presentations for new or refurbished facilities  
  • launch events for new services or businesses

You can view our Constitution to find out how the mayoralty operates.

     

The Mayor of Chelmsford

The Full Council appoint the Mayor and Deputy Mayor during the Annual Council Meeting in May.

The Mayor chairs Full Council meetings in a ceremonial (and not political) role, and represents the Council by supporting local events and charities.

The current Mayor of Chelmsford is Councillor Duncan Lumley, and the Deputy Mayor is Councillor Jon de Vries.

 

The Mayor’s charity

Each year, the Mayor selects one or more local charities to support during their term of office. This year, the Mayor has nominated:

 

 

The Mayor’s Chaplain

The Mayor's Chaplain opens all Council meetings with prayers, and officiates at some civic events.

This year, the Mayor’s Chaplain is Reverend Ann MacKenzie.

 

Mayoral history

You can view a list of all past Mayors in Chelmsford since 1888.
 

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