Your Mayors

The Web Project have been proud to have been able to report most of the

activities since 2006, of your Mayor’s activities

2012 2013

 Councillor Peter Kraus

Peter is one of the new councillors bringing new blood and impetus to the council.  He will already be a familiar face to Pembroke Dock residents, partly because of his local taxi and car hire business, but also for his charity fundraising.  He has been a driving force behind many events raising money for the air ambulance and has regularly featured in the Western Telegraph with eye catching dramatic “Kidnaps” and celebrity events. Hobbies are many and include a leading committee role with the cricket club and a major project to renovate a spitfire at Withybush airfield. He has thrown himself into council life and  has also become a trustee of the Pater Hall Community Trust.

2011 2012

Councillor Andrew

McNaughton

Councillor McNaughton has asked the Pembroke Dock Community Web Project to remove his picture year from the site.........with regret we have removed all  reference to Councillor McNaughton

2010 2012

Councillor Maureen Coglan

Widow with four sons, three daughters in law and seven grandchildren.   A new councillor, Maureen has got stuck in with a number of roles – she is on the Planning sub committee, a Governor of St Mary’s School and a trustee of the Borough Silver Band and a member of Age Concern. She has long been a member of St John’s Choir and also The Griffon Choir and she was already a Governor of Pennar Community School before becoming a town councillor.  Other voluntary work includes the WRVS and Friends of South Pembs Hospital.  Other interests include theatre and travel.
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2009 2010

Councillor Pam George

Pam George is the only remaining and continuously serving original member of the Town Council  and as such her voice is listened to with respect.  She attends various committees ans is chair of the Tourism committee and sits on the Twinning committee, is a school Governor  for Pembroke Dock Community school and a trustee of the Pater Hall Community Trust and trustee of the town band.  With a large extended family and all her time on various committees you would think she has little spare time for hobbies,  but she is one of the organisers of the reformed Pembroke Dock W.I. group.Mayor of Pembroke Dock 1990/91, 1995/96,  1998/99,  1999/2000,  2002/2003 Movie Link

2008 2009

Councillor Ron Watts

Although he has now reduced his voluntary work due to ill health, many people will know Ron from his links with a great many organisations and support this decision to honour a tireless worker for the benefit of the town. He was previously honoured by the Town Council for his work as a councillor and in town organisations, He has served as Mayor and that along with his chairmanship of the Museum Trust were just some of many community services he undertook.

2007 2008

Councillor Paul Weatherall

Councillor Paul Weatherall was last night (Thursday 10th May 2007) appointed Mayor of Pembroke Dock for 2007/2008, his deputy will be Councillor Ron Watts. Tonight (Friday 11th May 2007) a civic dinner to celebrate his inauguration was held at Cleddau Bridge Hotel.As Paul's first official duty as Mayor he was pleased to welcome his fellow Councillors from Pembroke Dock, Mayor's from towns around Pembrokeshire, the Mayors Chaplin The Reverend Andrew Davies and other noted guests.
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2006 2007

Councillor Sue Perkins

A county councillor and a former Mayor, Sue Perkins is a keen campaigner for the town and is involved in many organisations including the Bush and Park Tenants Association, the Friends of the Memorial Park and Communities First. As leader of the Labour Group in the County Council and a member of the planning committee and National Parks she brings added information to meetings. She has six boys, one living out his dream as a diving instructor in Thailand, two teachers, two in retail business and one still at University. She has one daughter still in school.

2005 2006

Councillor Ron Watts

Although he has now reduced his voluntary work due to ill health, many people will know Ron from his links with a great many organisations and support this decision to honour a tireless worker for the benefit of the town. He was previously honoured by the Town Council for his work as a councillor and in town organisations, He has served as Mayor and that along with his chairmanship of the Museum Trust were just some of many community services he undertook.

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