Haywards Heath Town Mayor, Cllr Howard Mundin
The Town Mayor is elected by the Town Councillors annually and holds office from the Full Council meeting held in early May until the following year. The Town Mayor has the responsibility to promote and uphold the character of Haywards Heath and encourage public involvement in the Council's activities as well as the duties of presiding over meetings of Full Council and of representing the town at Civic and ceremonial functions. The Mayor also has the opportunity to raise funds during the Year of Office for his/her named charity.
The Haywards Heath Town Mayor for the Municipal Year 2022/23 is Cllr Howard Mundin, alongside his deputy, Cllr Alastair McPherson.
Howard is a long term resident of Haywards Heath and raised and educated his two sons in the Town. He has worked for the NHS for almost 20 years, where he now divides his time between the Princess Royal Hospital and hospitals in Brighton under the University Hospitals Sussex NHS Foundation Trust. Howard enjoys visiting the beautiful sights in Sussex and is a keen walker of the South Downs National Park.
To view news stories on the Mayor and his charity, please visit https://www.wscountytimes.co.uk/topic/howard-mundin