Penarth Town Mayor thanks attendees of his civic service

PENARTH’S Town Mayor has thanked people for attending his civic service.

Councillor Ian Buckley, was formally recognised into his role as Town Mayor at the service, held at St Joseph’s Roman Catholic Church on Fairfield Road.

At the service Cllr Buckley was accompanied by his wife Samantha, his children, and in-laws.

The service, conducted by Monsignor Boardman, was well attended by family, friends, civic dignitaries, Town and Vale Councillors, community representatives and representatives of the Town Mayor’s nominated charities.

Following the church service attendees proceeded to a lively karaoke reception at the Paget Rooms where £2579.12 was raised for the mayor’s chosen charities: Amelia Trust Farm and Woody’s Lodge.


Town Mayor, Cllr Buckley said: “I want to say a huge thank you to everyone that attended my civic service (some in body, some in spirit) not just your support, but more importantly for your friendship.

“It was great to have so many friends, family, and people that I hold dearly congregated together for in what turned out to be an awesome party.

“Thank you to Monsignor Boardman & the choir for a brilliant church service, and all the staff who worked tirelessly including Abby Woods, Democratic Services & Facilities Officer, for putting the whole thing together.”

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