Mayor, Cllr Harry Saville and Mayoress Miss Loren Lloyd Pepperell
Cllr Harry Saville Mayor, 2021-2022
The new Mayor of Llandudno, Cllr Harry Saville was sworn in on Friday 21st May 2021 The ceremony was held at the Assembly Room, Llandudno Town Hall. Due to reduced numbers being permitted under Covid-19 restrictions, members of the Town Council members were able to attend in person or remotely online via Zoom, The ceremony was also livestreamed to enable friends and family of the Mayor to witness the inauguration. Cllr Saville is the youngest Mayor in Llandudno Town Council’s history.
Cllr Saville paid tribute to hard work of the outgoing Mayor, Cllr Miss Angela O’Grady who had remained in office for an extra year due to Covid-19.
The retiring Mayor, Cllr O’Grady offered the new Mayor her support and wished him a successful and happy year in office. Miss Loren Lloyd-Pepperell was also installed as Mayoress.
The Mayor has a busy diary of engagements which range from Civic occasions in Llandudno and neighbouring towns, to opening shops and other businesses, presenting awards at social and sporting functions, and attending events organised by voluntary and community groups.
If you would like to invite the Mayor to attend an event that you are organising, please contact the Mayor’s Secretary on 01492 879130 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Cllr Saville was born in Crewe and grew up near Altrincham before moving to Llandudno in 2002. He has family connections to Llandudno extending over three generations and was educated at Rydal Penrhos Secondary School, followed by Coleg Llandrillo before studying at Aberystwyth University. Later this was followed by a Graduate Diploma in Law completed at Chester Law School.
He has worked in the tourism sector and continues to volunteer on the Ffestiniog and Welsh Highland Railways. He was first elected to represent the Gogarth ward on Llandudno Town Council in 2017, having also been elected to represent the same ward on Conwy County Borough Council in a by-election in December 2015.
The Mayor’s priority for the Town Council is to find practical ways to support Llandudno as it recovers from the COVID-19 pandemic and enhance our public spaces for the benefit of local residents. One recent example is Llandudno Town Council’s commitment to boost the funding it makes available for playground maintenance.
My chosen charities for my Mayoral year are
My chosen charities for my Mayoral year are National Coastwatch Insititute, The Elderly People’s Welfare Centre and Blind Veterans UK