The Mayor, Councillor G G Chappel: – Civic Engagements for current week commencing 20th February 2017
Tuesday 21st - 6pm Reception for Marshalls at Falmouth Town Council Chamber
730pm King Charles the Martyr Cheese & Wine Evening at the Church Hall to celebrate new heating (Deputy Mayor)
Thursday 23rd - 7pm Falmouth & Penryn Sea Cadets Presentation of 2016 Awards
730pm Owdyado Theatre Production at the Poly (Deputy Mayor)
Saturday 25th - 730pm Cornwall Internaltional Male Voice Choral Festival Concert at All Saints Church
Annual Civic Events
The Annual General Meeting of the members of the Council takes place in the Municipal Buildings Council Chamber, in May every year. It is at this meeting that there is a Mayormaking Ceremony. This is where the Town Mayor and Deputy Town Mayor are officially appointed and so begin their civic year.
The Civic Service is held each year, after the mayormaking ceremony. The service celebrates the inauguration of the new Town Mayor and is attended by civic heads and all sections of Falmouth’s communities.
Sea Sunday takes place each year in July and is an important date in the civic calendar that recognises the Towns rich maritime traditions and particularly its strong naval links. Traditionally the parade, which consists of the Royal Naval Association, Standard Bearers, Town Councillors and other organisations, forms up on the Moor Piazza and marches to the Parish Church, King Charles the Martyr, for a Service. The parade reforms following the service and marches to the Watersports Centre via the saluting base outside Trago Mills.
The Day of Remembrance is held nationally each year on the nearest Sunday to the 11th November. The local service at Kimberley Park specifically provides the opportunity for Falmouth’s citizens to formally pay tribute to all those who have given their lives in the service of this country.
Inviting the Mayor to your event
To invite the Mayor fill out the Civic Pro Forma online or write to the address below.
A free window in the Mayors diary is not a guarantee of the Mayor’s availability and in view of the Mayor’s busy schedule, it is essential that each invitation to an event is directed to the Mayor’s Office as early a possible. Every invitation is discussed with the Mayor. If the Mayor is unavailable the invitation will be offered to the Deputy Mayor.
For further information or to invite the Mayor please contact:
The Mayor’s Secretary, Mrs Emily Middleditch (Mon – Wed) and Mrs Val Rogers (Thur – Fri), Falmouth Town Council, Municipal Buildings, The Moor, Falmouth, TR11 2RT.