July 4th, 2022.

Seaford Town Council has announced that Councillor Olivia Honeyman has been elected as Mayor of Seaford for the coming municipal year.

Councillor Honeyman brings a wealth of experience to the position, having been a Town Councillor since 2015 and a District Councillor from 2015 to 2019.

Upon receiving the chain of office from the outgoing Mayor, Councillor Rodney Reed, Mayor Olivia Honeyman thanked Councillor Reed for executing the position with such distinction.

Mayor Honeyman said: “I am honoured to become the Mayor of Seaford. Many thanks to everyone who has supported and believed in me, especially my family, friends, and fellow Councillors.

"Seaford is a great town to live in, with a very active community. I know that there is a lot of hard work ahead of us, and we can all work together in Seaford to promote the town."

Councillor Liz Boorman was elected as Deputy Mayor of Seaford and is looking forward to working alongside the Mayor.

The Mayor has announced that she has chosen Waves Seaford, Seahaven Storehouse and Refuge as her chosen charities to support. She explained: "All three are in some ways linked together in what they do, providing vital support to our local families and households. I think it is important to do things in the local community because there is so much going on at the moment."

The Mayor is currently liaising with her chosen charities on how she can work with them throughout her year in office, and details of any planned events will be released by the Town Council when confirmed.

In addition to her chosen charities, the 2022-2023 Mayoral theme "Healthy Living" will champion the importance of healthier choices and lifestyles.

The Mayor explains: “I have chosen Healthy Living as my Mayor’s theme. I used to be very overweight and very unfit. Then fifteen years ago, I decided to do something about my weight and fitness issues. I now know the importance of keeping fit, maintaining a healthy weight and the positive impacts that this has on my life."

The Mayor is currently setting out her plans for this municipal year. The first mayoral event will be the Civic Service, to formally welcome her as the new Mayor of Seaford. This is due to take place at the end of July.

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Pictured above: Deputy Mayor, Councillor Liz Boorman and Mayor of Seaford, Councillor Olivia Honeyman.
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