Councillor Simon Inchbald, Mayor for Waverley 2017-18

The role of Mayor is a non-political post and the Mayor is the civic head of the Council. Within the borough, the Mayor is second in precedence only to royalty and the Queen's representative, the Lord Lieutenant. On Waverley premises the Mayor takes precedence over all except the Queen. This high standing is mainly one of honour and dignity, rather than actual legal powers. The Mayor acts as an 'ambassador' for the Council and as Chairman at its meetings.

 

Current Mayor of Waverley

The Mayor of Waverley from May 2017 to May 2018 is Councillor Simon Inchbald.

 

Ward

Chiddingfold and Dunsfold

Service

Councillor Inchbald was first elected to Waverley Borough Council in 2007. He has been a member of the Southern Planning Committee and chair of the Licensing Committee.

He was a volunteer adviser at the Citizens' Advice Bureau. 

Family

Councillor Inchbald has been married to his wife, Rosie for more than 40 years. They both enjoy playing golf, music, gardening and reading.

Work

The Mayor spent several years in advertising before he moved to the City and spent 33 years in investment banking.  He retired in 2002. 

Charities

His chosen charity is The Meath Epilepsy Charity, of which he is a trustee.

The charity offers support and accommodation to people living with complex epilepsy.

Mayoress

Rosie Inchbald

 

 

The Deputy Mayor is Councillor Denise Le Gal.

 

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