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Lib Dem mayor opts for secular celebration

June 16, 2009 2:22 PM
Councillor Marjorie Adams

Councillor Marjorie Adams

Barnoldswick Liberal Democrat councillor, Cllr Marjorie Adams, has become the latest Mayor to break with convention and opt for a secular celebration instead of the traditional church service that is part of the traditional ceremony in Pendle. She has also declined to appoint a religious chaplain. LDHS congratulates the Mayor of Pendle for the principled position she has taken and hopes it will encourage other civic office holders to follow her example.