Lord Mayor of Stoke-on-Trent

Lord Mayor at Berryhill Village  - Picture from The Sentinel
The Lord Mayor for the City of Stoke-on-Trent 2015/16 is Councillor Jean Bowers.
The Lord Mayor is the First Citizen of Stoke-on-Trent, and with this comes a high profile role in promoting and maintaining the interests of the city and its people.
The Lord Mayor attends a variety of engagements throughout her year in office, such as civic receptions, parades and general visits. The councillor and civic support team, of which the Lord Mayor's secretariat is a part, supports her in this role, and can also offer advice on relevant points of etiquette, procedure and precedence. If you wish to request the Lord Mayor's presence at an event, please follow the guidance on these pages.
For further information on any aspect concerning the Lord Mayor, please contact the Lord Mayor’s Secretary on (01782) 232625, or by e-mail to lord.mayor@stoke.gov.uk

Charities and Events

The Lord Mayor has selected her charities as The Grocott Centre(registered charity: 1041362) and Animal lifeline Stoke-on-Trent (registered charity: 1041362) - links to these can be found under 'Related Links' on the left of this page.

The Lord Mayor’s ‘Carnival’ Charity Ball

The Lord Mayor’s ‘Carnival’ Charity Ball will take place at the King’s Hall on Friday, 27 November.
The event will help to raising money for Animal Lifeline (Stoke-on-Trent) and The Grocott Centre. Guests will enjoy a five-course meal with entertainment from The Trunk Monkeys, a charismatic band, and dancing until late with BBC Radio DJ Andy Jones. There will also be a prize draw. For more information, click here. Tickets are priced at £45. Cheques should be made payable to ‘Stoke-on-Trent City Council’. Credit/debit card bookings can also be taken by telephoning the office on 01782 232625 or calling in.

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