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Leek Town Mayor raises cash for charities at Civic Ball

By Leek Post and Times  |  Posted: May 05, 2014

By Belinda Hargreaves

Left to right are Councillor Keith Harrison (Deputy Leek Mayor), Mrs Gill Harrison (Deputy Leek Mayoress), Councillor Ian Plant (Cheadle Mayor), Mrs Kath Plant (Cheadle Mayoress), Cllr. Sue Bull (Ashbourne Mayoress), Councillor Steve Bull (Ashbourne Mayor), Humphrey Scott-Moncrieff (Deputy Lieutenant of Staffordshire), Mrs Judy Scott-Moncrieff (Consort to Deputy Lieutenant), Councillor John Fisher (Leek Town Mayor), Mrs Pat Fisher (Leek Town Mayoress), Cliff Piggott (Consort to Stone Mayor), Councillor Jill Piggott (Stone Mayor), Councillor Linda Deaville (Biddulph Mayor), Roderick Deaville (Consort to Biddulph Mayor), Councillor Jim Davies (Chairman Staffordshire Moorlands District Council), Mrs Sue Davies (Consort to Chairman).

Left to right are Councillor Keith Harrison (Deputy Leek Mayor), Mrs Gill Harrison (Deputy Leek Mayoress), Councillor Ian Plant (Cheadle Mayor), Mrs Kath Plant (Cheadle Mayoress), Cllr. Sue Bull (Ashbourne Mayoress), Councillor Steve Bull (Ashbourne Mayor), Humphrey Scott-Moncrieff (Deputy Lieutenant of Staffordshire), Mrs Judy Scott-Moncrieff (Consort to Deputy Lieutenant), Councillor John Fisher (Leek Town Mayor), Mrs Pat Fisher (Leek Town Mayoress), Cliff Piggott (Consort to Stone Mayor), Councillor Jill Piggott (Stone Mayor), Councillor Linda Deaville (Biddulph Mayor), Roderick Deaville (Consort to Biddulph Mayor), Councillor Jim Davies (Chairman Staffordshire Moorlands District Council), Mrs Sue Davies (Consort to Chairman).

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A town mayor has raised more than £2,400 for local charities by hosting a ball.

Leek Town Mayor John Fisher held his Civic Ball at The Three Horseshoes in Blackshaw Moor on Saturday evening.

The fund-raising event saw almost 150 people attend.

Councillor Fisher said: "I would like to thank everyone who attended the ball.

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"Through their generosity, my four charities have benefited to the tune of over £2,400.

"I would also like to thank the many local businesses who contributed such wonderful prizes both for the auction and the raffle."

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