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Mayor Eamonn O'Nolan was elected for a term of 1 year. 
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At the Annual Meeting of the Town Council held on Tuesday 16th May 2023, Councillor Eamonn O'Nolan was elected Mayor of Woodbridge for the Civic Year 2023/24.

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The new Mayor of Woodbridge, Councillor Eamonn O’Nolan.  First elected to the Council in 2015, Eamonn has served on and chaired most of the Council’s committees. 

Eamonn is looking forward to the year ahead.  “The Climate & Environmental Crisis and the Cost of Living Crisis should be the foremost issues on everyone’s mind”, he said.  “Woodbridge Town Council will focus its attention on making sure that the Town adapts to reduce the impact of the changes which we are already starting to witness, and to improving the lives of those who need us. ”

“Woodbridge Town Council declared a Climate Emergency four years ago.  The pandemic seriously affected our efforts to introduce new measures.  We look forward confidently to completing and implementing our Climate Adaptation Plan.  Work on this will re-commence in July this year. “

“This is both an exciting and challenging time for Woodbridge and Suffolk.  I look forward to forging strong relationships with Suffolk County Council and the new East Suffolk Council, and to working with them to tackle the social and environmental challenges in our great town.”

The Deputy Mayor for the Civic Year 2023/24 is Councillor Sharon Miller

The Mayoral Process

If you wish to invite the Town Mayor to attend an event it is important that you contact us as early as possible to check Mayor's availability.   A minimum of two weeks notice is required, but preferably more.  

Please email Lorienn Graves -, with Mayoral invitations. 

Woodbridge Town Council
Shire Hall
Market Hill
Suffolk IP12 4LP

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