MEET THE MAYOR
Councillor Greg Rose was elected Town Mayor for 2018-19 at the Annual Statutory Meeting held on 22nd May 2018.
Greg moved from London to Crowborough with his husband, John, in 2011 in search of a bit of peaceful rural life. He was first elected for Crowborough East Ward, as both a District and Town Councillor, in May 2015. Since then, he has held several roles including Chairman of the Town Council’s Environment Committee and Chairman of Wealden District Council’s Overview & Scrutiny Committee.
Greg was instrumental in the appointment of a Community Warden for Crowborough and also the successful entry into the 2017 South & South East in Bloom competition where Crowborough won two awards.
“I’m delighted to have been chosen as the Mayor of our wonderful town. I hope that during the course of my term, I will be able to promote Crowborough as a modern, diverse rural town, where anyone can be who they want to, and be welcomed with open arms.”
“Crowborough Town Council is a dynamic, forward-thinking authority, with several major projects underway. I’m looking forward to meeting and representing residents, organisations and businesses across the Town and wider Sussex.”
Greg also has a full-time job and works for a major gift and homewares wholesale company, as their Head of Buying and Design, based in Tunbridge Wells.
Cllr Rose has chosen the Crowborough Acorns for Cancer Research UK and Clued-up.info for his Mayor’s charities.
Inviting the Mayor to your event›
The Mayor receives many invitations each year to attend various local events. Whilst it is not possible for him to accept every invitation, he does try to attend as many events as possible.
If you would like the support of the Town Mayor by his attendance at your function or event please contact the Town Hall on 01892 652907 or email:
The Mayor's recent events›
Thank you to all those clubs, societies, groups and organisations who have so warmly welcomed the Mayor at their recent events.
The Mayor's charities›
Cllr Rose has chosen the Crowborough Acorns for Cancer Research UK and Clued-up.info as his Mayor’s charities.