Pat Stamp leaves LRTC after 31 Years!
Leaving Lyme Regis Town Council after 31 years’ service, Pat Stamp finally stepped down as secretary to the council and as Mayor’s Secretary on Friday 17 August.
Mayor Sally Holman hosted a formal retirement presentation for Pat in the Jubilee Pavilion, attended by current staff and councillors and immediate past councillors, including 6 of the 13 mayors whom Pat has served. Staff and councillors presented gifts, speeches from Town Clerk Mike Lewis and the Mayor thanked Pat for her loyal, dedicated service and wished her a happy retirement.
Pat Stamp with councillors at the presentation
Picture by Maisie Hill
Changes since her arrival at LRTC, when she also manned the TIC and helped with admin of the Marine Theatre, included the move to the present offices and the introduction of IT. Pat is looking forward to being able to spend more time gardening and with her family, but remains on the Christmas Lights and Over 70s Christmas lunch committees and as secretary to the Lyme/St George’s, Bermuda, Twinning Association.
Staff arranged a dinner for Pat in the evening, and she is intending to invite all friends and colleagues to a celebration later in the month.
Published on 21/08/2012.