Mayor's Charity Fund in 2003/04 raised £4,040

This was raised in Cllr Gilli Primrose's year as Town Mayor

Page created by Peter Hill, copied from the earlier Wivenhoe Encyclopedia website

Cllr Gilli Primrose, Town Mayor 2003 - 2004
Town Mayor, Cllr Gilli Primrose, gave a cheque and two footballs to Joseph Slater for use on KGV Playing Fields
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Town Mayor, Cllr Gilli Primrose, presented a cheque to the Duke of Edinburgh Group who met in the Scout & Guide Hall
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Town Mayor, Clr Gilli Primrose, presented Mrs Ivy White of the Wivenhoe Over 60s Club with a cheque
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Town Mayor, Cllr Gilli Primrose, presented Pat Green of St John Ambulance Brigade, Wivenhoe Branch, with a cheque
Town Mayor, Cllr Gilli Primrose, presented Peter Howlett of the Wivenhoe Monday Club with a cheque
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Wivenhoe residents assembled in the Wm Loveless Hall for the 2004 Annual Town Meeting
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During Cllr Gilli Primrose’s year as Town Mayor, through a lot of hard work and much good support, the total sum raised was £4,040

St. John Ambulance                            £ 250
Essex Air Ambulance                          £ 300
Over 60’s Club                                     £ 300
Wivenhoe Ferry Trust                         £ 500
The Nottage Institute                         £ 500
Wivenhoe ‘Communty’ bus               £ 500
Wivenhoe Monday Club                     £ 250
Duke of Edinburgh Award Group     £ 250
New Goalpost and nets for KGV       £ 350 + 2 footballs

Cllr Gilli has declared that the remaining £800 should go towards ‘hearing loop’ for the Wm Loveless Hall. The Town Council will add a further £200 and it is hoped a grant from Colchester Borough Council might be available for the the other £1,000 required for the loop system.

Town Mayor Gilli presented cheques to all the organisations listed above before the commencement of the Annual Town Meeting on Wednesday 12th May, 2004.

This page was added on 16/01/2021.

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