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Mayor of Eastbourne re-elected for second year

Councillor Candy Vaughan was elected Mayor of Eastbourne for the second year running at tonight's (May 22) Annual Council meeting.

Cllr Candy Vaughan, Mayor of Eastbourne

Cllr Candy Vaughan, Mayor of Eastbourne
Cllr Vaughan, who represents Langney ward, said: "I am honoured to be representing Eastbourne as Mayor again this year and look forward to another great 12 months ahead."

Her consort will be her daughter, Cristy Foster.

Last year, the Mayor raised thousands of pounds for her two chosen charities - A Band of Brothers, which helps young men develop, improve their lives and the communities they live in, and The Old Bank Wellbeing Trust, a charitable organisation that provides professional counselling and psychotherapy services.

The Mayor's Charities of the Year for 2024/5 are The Chaseley Trust and The Leaf Hall Disability Access Fund.

Councillor Amanda Morris was also re-elected for another year as Deputy Mayor.

Councillor Teri Cooper-Sayers was appointed Eastbourne Borough Council's first Women and Girls Champion at tonight's meeting.

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