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Hertsmere's Mayor

Last Modified May 18, 2017
 

We have a new Mayor and Deputy Mayor every year, who are chosen by the leading political group of the council. Their term of office runs for the Municipal Year. Each Mayor chooses a charity/charities which they will raise money for during their year.

We welcome invitations from local organisations for our Mayor / Deputy Mayor to attend your events.

This year’s Mayor is Councillor Charles Goldstein.

Councillor Goldstein Mayor 2017-18Charles grew up in Finchley and moved to Hertsmere shortly after marrying his wife Gail over 30 years ago.  He lived first in Elstree and then moved to Radlett in 2002.  He is a chartered accountant and has four children.  Charles operates his own company in Waltham Cross.  He also works with his son operating a progressive tax return and accounting services company concentrating on an internet and website based approach.

Charles was first elected in 2006 for the Aldenham East ward and has served on various committees.  He has been portfolio holder for planning, housing, performance and community safety during his time.  He is a director of Elstree Studios and has been on their board since 2007.

He enjoys cycling, taking part in charity bike rides, watching football, travelling and spending time with his wife and family. 

 

 This year's Deputy Mayor is Councillor Brenda Batten. 

Councillor Batten Deputy Mayor 2017-18

Brenda is married with two daughters and four grandchildren.  She has lived in Bushey since 1970, first joining Hertsmere in the 1980’s.  She has been on many varied committees and panels and has recently stepped down as portfolio holder for leisure, health and culture which she held for nearly ten years.

 Brenda retired from teaching at a large comprehensive school in Harrow where she held the post of assistant head teacher in charge of the lower school.

 She has been active in the community as a school governor, friend of Bushey Museum and Bushey Festival and has served on several local voluntary organisation committees.

 Her hobbies include going to the theatre, golf, crosswords and family.

How to invite the Mayor to an event:

The Mayor is invited to hundreds of engagements every year. If you would like him to attend an event, please make a request as soon as possible.

The Mayor tries to fulfil as many engagements as he can, so may have to arrive at a later time than you would like or leave before the end of a function.

It is customary for the Mayor/Deputy Mayor to be greeted on arrival and the correct form of address is “The Worshipful, the Mayor/Deputy Mayor of the Borough of Hertsmere.”

If the Mayor cannot attend, the Deputy Mayor will be asked to go as the Mayor’s representative. Once your engagement has been accepted, you will receive confirmation.

If you would like the Mayor to attend an event, please write to:

The Mayor’s Office, Hertsmere Borough Council, Civic Offices, Elstree Way, Borehamwood, Hertfordshire WD6 1WA or email: mayors.secretary@hertsmere.gov.uk

For further help, please call the Mayor's Office on 020 8207 7477.

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