Gill thanked for 30 years’ service to North Tawton Town Council

By Crediton Courier Newspaper   |   Editorial   |
Wednesday 5th July 2017 3:12 pm
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Gill Hoggins, sixth left, has been thanked for her service to North Tawton and North Tawton Town Council, pictured with North Tawton councillors and the council chairman, Steve Whiteley, fourth left. AQ 0591 ()

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by Alan Quick

A LONG-SERVING member of North Tawton Town Council has stepped down and been thanked for her service to the council and the town.

Gill Hoggins recently served for a number of years as chairman of the council and, during her 30-plus years as a councillor, has been the council chairman for more than 20 years.

The council’s recently-appointed chairman, Steve Whiteley, extended the council’s thanks to Gill before the July meeting of the council.

He said she was responsible for many things which have been a great benefit to the town and particularly for the establishment of the council offices and the free car park.

Gill wished her former colleagues and the newly-elected councillors well.

She added: “Without the support of my late husband Peter and my children Jamie and Louise I could not have put so much time to North Tawton and North Tawton Town Council.”

An engraved vase, flowers and a card were among the items presented to Mrs Hoggins as a “thank you”.

Alan Quick


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