A well-known and popular figure in Fairhaven, Cheryl represents the ward on both Borough and St. Anne’s on the Sea Town Councils.
Family and dog walking duties aside, Cheryl is on the committees of the Friends of St. Anne’s Palace, the St Georges Day Festival, the YMCA and is a trustee of Lowther Gardens, on which she represents Fylde Council. She is also President of Ashton Gardens Bowling Club, Chairman of Governors at Weeton School and a member of Lytham Ladies Tangent.
Cheryl is passionate about the development of tourism and leisure within St. Anne’s, chairing committees for Tourism & Leisure on Fylde Council and Leisure & Community at the Town Council.
“Through these responsibilities, I have recognised the important role that Leisure and Community activities play in today’s society and the importance of accessible, high quality leisure provision which can enhance the quality of life, health and well-being of the local community.“
“”It is a great honour for me to serve St Annes on Sea, as Mayor, a role which I will undertake with enthusiasm and vigour. I love living in St. Anne’s with its parks, promenade, gardens and of course the beach.”
“In summer the skies above St. Anne’s seafront will be awash with colour as our fabulous International Kite Festival takes place. With the Carnival, Music and Arts Festival, Victorian Weekend, the Christmas Lights Switch On, award winning “In Bloom” displays, Neighbourhood Plan, Ashton Gardens Centenary St. Anne’s has a big year ahead.”
“Since my election to the Town Council, 6 years ago it has been a pleasure to represent St Anne’s on Sea and becoming Town Mayor in May, is the icing on the cake. The role enables me to speak and act in multiple capacities as ambassador, facilitator, promotor and encourager. Currently I am serving as Deputy Mayor to Cllr Vince Settle, with whom I enjoy working, so I am a time-served apprentice in every sense.”
“In my mayoral year I intend to raise funds for the RNLI – my husband Paul is the Station Officer of HM Coastguard, so I know first-hand the vital role these volunteers play in keeping our shores safe. I will be holding a wide variety of fund-raising events, from the inevitable coffee mornings to dinner dances and I do hope these will be well supported by the people of St. Anne’s.”
Cheryl has now done her year ‘in office’ but still continues with her Council duties and Lead on Tourism & Leisure and sits on many local trusts.
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