Mayor

Mayor – general information

Cllr Jean Crossby - the current Mayor of the London Borough of Sutton

Cllr Jean Crossby - Mayor of May Sutton 2017

 


Meeting the Mayor

The Mayor is keen to hear from any groups or organisations (large or small, formal or informal) within the borough that would like herself, and possibly the Mayoresses, to go along and both meet with and support them.
To invite the Mayor to an event or to meet, please complete the simple form

 

 

Donating to the Mayor's Charity

The Mayor’s two charities for the coming year are the Sutton Carers Centre and Sutton Women’s Centre.

Mayor Crossby upon becoming elected Mayor said:

It is a great honour to be elected to this office and I am humbled you have bestowed this honour upon me. I will do my utmost to promote the borough and thank my predecessor, Cllr Richard Clifton and his deputies.

We have so many kind and generous people in the borough that are prepared to give their time for others. Please take part in my fundraising events throughout the year to support my two charities, Sutton Carers Centre and Sutton Women’s Centre.

Both charities are heavily reliant on donations.

If any person(s) or organisations would like to make donations to the Mayor's charities they will be very gratefully received and receipted. 

You can do this by:

Online banking (using the following account details) -  

Account Name: Mayor's Charity Account

Bank: Lloyds Bank PLC

Sort Code: 308012

Account Number: 13746660

Making a payment by BACS -

please quote your full name in the reference field and send either a remittance advice to the Mayor's secretariat at the below address or send an email to mayor.sec@sutton.gov.uk. This is to ensure that funds are received and allocated correctly. 

Cheque -

Please make cheques payable to "The Mayor Sutton's Charity Fund" and send them to the Mayor's secretariat on the 2nd floor of the Civic Centre. Contact details for the office are referred to below.

About the Mayor

She has lived in the borough for 45 years. Cllr Crossby has been married to Bob, for 40 years and between them they have seven children, seventeen grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. She has represented residents of St Helier ward since 2014.
 

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