The Mayor of Bath

Introduction to the Mayor of Bath Website

The 793 Mayor of Bath is Councillor Manda Rigby 

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Remember from home - A message from the Mayor, Cllr Manda Rigby.

The Mayor (Councillor Manda Rigby) sends this Remembrance Sunday message. 

Mayor's Remembrance Sunday message

At this time of year, especially, we remember all those who have died in the service of their country. 

On Remembrance Sunday The Mayor laid the first wreath on behalf of the Charter Trustees and citizens of Bath at the Royal British Legion Wreath Laying Ceremony at the War Memorial.  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HmJpeM98ejE 

The Royal British Legion Remembrance Service at Bath Abbey was live streamed.  https://www.facebook.com/136956571921/videos/801533173957335/

Weston All Saints Church Service held an on-line broadcast with pre-recorded Wreath Layings.   Past Mayor Honrary Alderman Colin Barrett laid a wreath on behalf of the Mayor. https://www.allsaintsweston.org.uk/Articles/588671/Remembrance_Sunday_2020.aspx

Shaftesbury Road Memorial Garden informal  Wreath Laying took place on Sunday. Past Mayors Councillor Shaun Stephenson-McGall & Honorary Alderman Will Sandry laid a wreath on behalf of the Mayor.

St Michael & All Angel's Church, Twerton held an on-line broadcast.  After the Service, Past Mayor Councillor Tim Ball laid a wreath on behalf of the Mayor.

Two further Wreath Layings will be made on behalf of the Mayor, informally due to the current Lockdown, by the Deputy Mayor (Councillor Gerry Curran), at Firs Field War Memorial (Combe Down) and Past Mayor Councillor Paul Crossley at Haycombe Garden of Remembrance (Southdown Ward).

Notice of conclusion of audit Annual Governance & Accountability Return for the year ended 31 March 2020

Click on the links below to see the notice of conclusion of audit and external auditors report and certificate.

Click here for the conclusion notice.

Click here for the external auditors report & certificate.

Click here for the annual governance statement & accounting statements.

Further Reading

Mayor of Bath's Relief Fund

Medieval Bath

Bath became a city of trade and prospered from the woollen industry. It was ideally situated as drovers could bring their sheep in from the edge of the Cotswold Hills, the River Avon powered the mills and proximity to the port of Bristol helped the trader

Long Service Award

"Floreat Bathon" May Bath flourish