Lifelong Banburian chosen to serve as next town mayor

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“My father Keith Strangwood was twice deputy mayor and I am proud to follow in his footsteps.”

A lifelong Banburian has been chosen to serve as the next mayor of Banbury.

Cllr Jayne Strangwood took office at an inauguration ceremony at Banbury Town Hall on Tuesday May 17.

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She said: “My father Keith Strangwood was twice deputy mayor and I am proud to follow in his footsteps.

“I am honoured to be serving the town this year – at a time when we will celebrate the 70-year reign of our much-loved Queen, and I’m looking forward to joining all Banburians at the upcoming platinum jubilee events.

“I'm Banbury born and bred and I have seen much change to the town over the years.

“There are many diverse aspects to our wonderful town, and as mayor I hope to bring people from all walks of life together to appreciate Banbury as much as I do.”

Cllr Strangwood took over from outgoing mayor Cllr Shaida Hussain.

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