Frodsham Town Council Recognises Long-serving Councillor

Councillor Frank Pennington
Councillor Frank Pennington, Frodsham Town Council.

Frodsham Town Council has voted to recognise the long-standing service to the Council by Councillor Frank Pennington

In a meeting on Monday 25th January Cllr Pennington was awarded the first Freeman of Frodsham after 40 years’ service to the town council.

A proposal was made by fellow councillor Mallie Poulton, and voted through during the meeting.

Cllr Poulton said:

Councillor Pennington deserves to receive this accolade having given four decades of dedication to local government in Frodsham.”

I’m pleased to see that this proposal was supported by the Council.”

Cllr Pennington added:

It has been an honour to serve the people of Frodsham and I’m delighted to receive this award.”

It’s humbling to know this award has been agreed on by my fellow councillors, and I’d like to thank my fellow Waterside councillor, Mallie Poulton, for suggesting this honour.”

I will continue to serve my residents with the same gusto and work together with my fellow councillors for the good of Frodsham.”

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