MEET THE CANDIDATES: Kay Mayor (Conservative)
KAY Mayor is standing for the Delph ward as the Conservative candidate.
19 Bowker Way, Whittlesey, Peterborough PE7 1PY
Tel: 01733 204944
KAY was born in 1948 and educated at Fenland.
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She married to Ken in 1972 and they lived in Lancashire for nine years. They returned to Whittlesey in 1981. Both their adult sons were educated at Sir Harry Smith Community College.
Kay retired from full time employment in October 2010. She served on Whittlesey Parish Council from 1987 to 1995 and was Chairman in 1991 and 1992. Returned to Whittlesey Town Council in 2003 Kay has served on both the planning and finance committees.
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For the past two years she has been Deputy Town Mayor. Kay became a Fenland District Councillor in 2007.
Kay said: “I have been the Town Council representative on Fenland Citizens Advice Bureau for the past four years and am also on the committee set up to oversee the fair and correct distribution of the funding received from the Glassmoor wind turbines.
“I have recently been appointed as the Town Council representative on the new Whittlesey Action for Youth Committee.
“With our Member of Parliament I instigated the setting up of an inter-agency committee in 2009 to look at serious drainage problems in the West Delph area of Delph ward. This is an on-going situation.
“In 2010 I was appointed one of the two Cambridgeshire County Council highways wardens for Whittlesey; this enables more direct contact with CCC highways officers with any problems raised in the area.
“I feel that I have made a valuable contribution within the local community and would like the opportunity to continue as your Town and District Councillor.”