MEET THE MAYOR

Cllr John Davison

On behalf of your town councillors, I would like to welcome you to the Town Council website, which provides information about your councillors and support staff, notices of council meetings, details of our venues, and information about local news and events.

I am honoured to have been chosen to serve as the Town Mayor for the coming year, and as a Bottesford resident for over 35 years I know what a great area this is to live in and raise a family. We are fortunate to have three excellent parks within Bottesford, and easy access to green open spaces and walks. The Bottesford Beck Linear Park is a fantastic asset and has been a lifeline to many during the Covid pandemic.

Your town council’s role is to work for you, and we strive to improve Bottesford for its residents, and to support and voice your concerns to North Lincolnshire Council and other outside bodies.

I have chosen Lindsey Lodge Hospice to be my charity for this year, they are a fantastic cause and fundraising has been hit particularly hard during the ongoing Covid crisis so any donations will be welcome.

In addition to my role as a Bottesford Town Councillor I have the privilege of representing Bottesford and Yaddlethorpe Ward on North Lincolnshire Council along with my colleagues Cllr Margaret Armiger and Cllr Janet Longcake. We are happy to receive calls or emails from you if you have any concerns or issues that relates to the services North Lincolnshire Council provides, and we will do our best to help and offer advice.

However, if you have any concerns, or comments, you feel the Town Council could assist you with, please do not hesitate to contact the council office or one of your town councillors.

Cllr John Davison


2019-2020

Mayor Aubrey supporting the blood bikers.

Lincolnshire Blood Bikes - Bottesford group

Mayor Aubrey's charity for 2019/20

Presenting Lincolnshire Blood Bikes with a cheque for £310 raised at the Autumn fair.

Mayor Aubrey, Cllrs' Len Foster and Derrick Targett. 

Presenting Tony Reeve at Bottesford Football Club with a cheque for £5000 towards flood lights.