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Sat 11th June 2016
2pm - 6pm
Saffron Road Recreation Ground
Wed, 25 May 2016 09:11 by Danielle Edwards
At its Annual Meeting on 16th May, Higham Ferrers Town Council elected Councillor Mrs Pam Whiting as its Mayor. Councillor Peter Tomas was elected as Deputy Mayor.
Councillor Whiting said "As the Mayor of Higham Ferrers for 2016/17, a position I am very pleased and honoured to hold, I am looking forward to meeting as many residents of the Town as possible, both individually and by visiting various Groups and Organisations in the Town. More »
This is my second term as Mayor, I did it previously during 2002/2003, my late Husband George was Mayor in 2014/15 so I am quite used to Civic Duties and looking forward to the year ahead.
My Charities for the year will be the Northamptonshire/Warwickshire Air Ambulance and the Northamptonshire Association for the Blind. I have several events planned to raise funds for these very worthwhile causes, details of which will be advertised nearer the time." » Less
Wed, 18 May 2016 14:02 by Sandra Mitcham
At the annual Higham Ferrers Mayors' Market on 7th May, Ashleigh Clark, aged 9 was crowned in bright sunshine, as the May Queen. She was accompanied by Megan Wood and Summer Reeves as her Princesses and Lewis Smith as her Prince. This traditional event on the first Saturday in May included stalls by local charities, local businesses, a bouncy castle, ice creams and the 'Pavement Café by Higham Ferrers Tourism. More »
Mayor, Councillor Richard Gell said "it was a happy event in brilliant sunshine. The involvement of the school children in the crowning of the May Queen, the singing of the Choirs of Higham Ferrers Nursery and Infant School and Henry Chichele School was a great ending to my last event as Mayor. Thank you to everyone who took part and those that helped to put on the event." » Less
Tue, 10 May 2016 10:01 by Sandra Mitcham