Councillor Mark Roberts has accepted Amersham Town Council (ATC)’s vote to retain him as mayor of the town for the second year in a row.
At the annual meeting of the council on Monday, May 16 at King George V House, the Liberal Democrat who represents the Amersham on the Hill ward received a nomination for the role, which he undertook.
In a small speech afterwards, cllr Roberts stated it was a privilege to accept the chains and the responsibilities the role entails for another year.
He also thanked his fellow councillors, staff and members of the Amersham community for their support of him throughout the past year, in the waning months of the COVID-19 pandemic.
His fellow councillor Jane Barnes, a fellow member of the Liberals Democrats and another representative of the Amersham on the Hill ward, will also carry on as deputy mayor for a further year following a nomination from the town council.