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Normanton Town Mayor

Mayor of Normanton

Councillor David Appleyard was born in Normanton and has spent all his life here, apart from 2 years living in Pollington.

David worked for the coal board as an underground engineer before leaving in 1968 to join the prison service where he worked for 34 years before retiring from HMP Wakefield.

David is married to Carol and they have 2 children, 6 grandchildren and 1 great grandchild. David played with Normanton Amateur Rugby League Football Club before joining Castleford Rugby League Football Club and now enjoys watching sport and walking his daughter’s dogs in his spare time.

David spent almost 30 years as a member of Normanton District Lions Club and undertook many posts during this time including the role of President a number of times and Zone Chairman.

David is a supporter of local charities and will be fundraising throughout his year in office for the Prince of Wales Hospice and other local good causes.

David is looking forward to representing Normanton and Altofts for the second time and is dedicated to fulfilling the role of Mayor to the best of his ability.

The Mayor of Normanton

Normanton Town Mayor

Councillor David Appleyard was born in Normanton and has spent all his life here, apart from 2 years living in Pollington.

David worked for the coal board as an underground engineer before leaving in 1968 to join the prison service where he worked for 34 years before retiring from HMP Wakefield.

David is married to Carol and they have 2 children, 6 grandchildren and 1 great grandchild. David played with Normanton Amateur Rugby League Football Club before joining Castleford Rugby League Football Club and now enjoys watching sport and walking his daughter’s dogs in his spare time.

David spent almost 30 years as a member of Normanton District Lions Club and undertook many posts during this time including the role of President a number of times and Zone Chairman.

David is a supporter of local charities and will be fundraising throughout his year in office for the Prince of Wales Hospice and other local good causes.

David is looking forward to representing Normanton and Altofts for the second time and is dedicated to fulfilling the role of Mayor to the best of his ability.

The Deputy Mayor of Normanton

Normanton Town Mayor

Fiona was born in Wakefield and brought up in Normanton where her Mum and Dad were steward and stewardess at Pipping Shed.

After leaving school Fiona worked in the sewing factory also worked at a bakery, TK Maxx, manager at the truck stop, cleaner, carer and lollipop lady.

Fiona has been a lollipop lady for a total of 24 years and won the Pride of Wakefield award for her work.

Fiona is volunteer at Meet n Eat, is a volunteer carer and has been a volunteer with a community cheerleading group for 22 years.

Fiona will be supported during her year in office by her Husband to Paul Marchant.

Fiona and Paul have 4 children and 4 grandchildren and in her spare time Fiona enjoys reading, diamond painting, knitting, cheerleading, rugby and looking after her pets.

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