Councillor Rosemary Robinson
Mayor of Penwortham 2013 - 2014
Robinson accepted the role of Penwortham Town Mayor on the 7th
May 2013 and said that she was both delighted and honoured to
be asked to carry out the Mayoral duties for the forthcoming
Robinson announced that her chosen charities for the year would
Society for the Blind
National Lifeboat Institute
feel free to attend any of the Mayoral events that are planned
for the year, details of which will be available here.
more information or for tickets please call 01772 750533 or
starts at Hill Road South at 12.30pm and ends at Hurst Grange
Park at around 2.30pm
on the park start with Tracey Rigby Dancers at 2.30pm
Swirled Belly Dancers at 3.00pm
at Mill at 3.30pm
Whelan's Irish Dancers at 4.30pm
the in the evening ...
Dog - local band at 6.30pm
Sutton - winner of stars in their eyes as Ronan Keating at 7.30pm
Dublin Raiders - wild Irish party band at 8.30pm until 10.00pm
then on Sunday
Air Church Service at 11.00am - everyone is welcome
Bears Picnid at 12.15pm and the childrens entertainment all
afternoon until 4.00pm by iEvents
miss out on the fun and the sunshine !!
the 2011 - 2012 Penwortham Town Council Annual Report Here
to save Hurst Grange Park Coach House by clicking here.
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