Chelmsford City Council

Essex moved to Tier 2 restrictions on Saturday 17 October. You can find out what this means and get other useful information on our coronavirus updates page.

 

Invite the Mayor to an event

Invite the Mayor

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

You must give the Mayor at least two weeks notice.

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

 

Civic engagements during coronavirus

Due to the government's advice on limiting the spread of coronavirus, the Mayor and/or Deputy Mayor will not be able to physically attend events for the foreseeable future. 

However, the Mayor is able to attend events virtually. If you or someone you know has a special birthday or anniversary coming up, you can invite the Mayor to join you by video call. You will need to include details of your preferred digital platform for video calls when submitting a request. 

Subject to the Mayor’s availability, she may be able to schedule a call with you. 

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    Last updated: 27 August 2020

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