Councillor John Digby becomes Mayor of Aldeburgh for the third time

Mayor of Aldeburgh John Digby with his wife Jenny Picture: ROGER COLLIER

Mayor of Aldeburgh John Digby with his wife Jenny Picture: ROGER COLLIER - Credit: Archant

Crowds gathered outside Aldeburgh’s town hall on Sunday to celebrate the making of the new mayor.

Town Clerk Ruth Proctor, mayor John Digby and deputy mayor Jocelyn Bond outside the Moot Hall in Ald

Town Clerk Ruth Proctor, mayor John Digby and deputy mayor Jocelyn Bond outside the Moot Hall in Aldeburgh Picture: ROGER COLLIER - Credit: Archant

Following a civic procession to St Peter and St Paul Church and a service led by Reverend Mark Lowther, Aldeburgh’s new mayor John Digby spoke of his enormous pride at taking up the role for the third time.

He said: “It is an incredible honour to represent this beautiful and historic town.

“Standing on the steps of this magnificent building, I feel a huge sense of pride in what Aldeburgh achieves.”

He praised town councillors and the clerk for their dedication to Aldeburgh.


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He said: “Believe me, that is a very impressive and effective team which works hard to make this town so special.”

Mr Digby also thanked his wife, Jenny, for her support.

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He said: “Jenny has been by my side on many civic occasions and the role of mayor wouldn’t be half as much fun without her support, advice and humour.”

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