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Wokingham Borough Mayor

Wokingham Borough Mayor

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Who is the Mayor

  • The Mayor is Cllr Caroline Smith
  • The Mayor's Consort is Mike Smith
  • The Deputy Mayor is Cllr Beth Rowland
  • The Deputy Mayor's Consort is TBC

What is the Mayor's role

The Mayor is the first citizen of the Wokingham Borough and is a non-political position. The Mayor chairs council meetings and also attends many functions in the Borough.

Mayor's charity 

The Mayor traditionally chooses a local charity to benefit from fundraising during their year in office. 

This year Cllr Smith has chosen to support Wokingham Foodbank.


Invitations for the Mayor

All invitations to attend events should be made through the Mayor's office. Email: mayor@wokingham.gov.uk or call (0118) 974 6004. 


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