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As The First Citizen of the town, each year the Mayor accepts many invitations to attend public and community events across the parish. These invitations come from a wide variety of groups, organisations, businesses and charities to attend meetings, openings, galas and fundraisers, giving the Mayor the unique opportunity to meet and talk to many local residents. This is part of the Mayor’s public role and something that they take great pride in fulfilling.

At the start of the Mayoral term, the Mayor has the privilege to choose a charity to support, both in terms of raising much needed funds as well as raising the charities profile within the community. The charity will have a direct link and benefit to the residents of the parish and are often based within the parish boundaries. As the charities ambassador, The Mayor has the opportunity to make a big impact during their year of office, this is a role and honour that each Mayor takes very seriously.

Councillor Mike Smith  is delighted to be supporting Youth Concern.

Youth Concern is a registered charity established in 1979 which offers help and support to vulnerable young people aged 13-25 years, many of whom have complex needs.

Their drop-in centre in Whitehill Lane offers young people a safe place to meet and access Guidance, support and counselling.  They have excellent on-site facilities for their clients, including an IT suite and a purpose built in-house Music Studio with high specification equipment and software.

The drop-in centre is staffed by a dedicated team of experienced workers and volunteers who support young people on a 1:1 basis.  When needed, they will also refer young people to specialist agencies where appropriate.

The charity is managed by a Chief Executive and is currently governed by Trustees and an Executive Committee.

To find out more, visit them at  youthconcern.org.uk

Mayor's Charity Quiz Night

Town Mayor’s Charity Quiz Night

Tickets are £10.00 per adult and £6.00 per child (16 and under) which includes your choice of a supper from the selection below, we can offer children’s size portions if required.

Teams are a maximum of 8, but don’t worry if you are attending on your own or there are a couple of you, we can make up teams.

We will not be running a bar so please bring your own drinks, but tea & coffee will be available for a donation. On the evening doors will open at 7pm with the quiz starting at 7:30pm.

If you are booking a team, please ensure all meal requests are on the same booking form and the form is made out in the name of the team organiser along with their email address, we will then reserve you a table.

Food bookings are required by Monday 24th February.   Please place your requests using the form below, send the Order Form by email to the Mayor’s office at s.carpenter@aylesburytowncouncil.gov.uk or to Youth Concern at admin@youthconcern.org.uk.

Ticket money can be paid by bank transfer, cash or cheque – payable to the Mayor’s Charity Appeal

Your ticket(s) will be sent you within a few days via email for printing at home.

Most of all remember this is a night of fun it is not Mastermind, however there will be prizes for the winning (& losing) teams.  Thank you again for your support.

Mayor's Charity Quiz Night Order Form

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    Aylesbury Town Council take your privacy seriously and will only use your personal information to administer the Town Mayor’s Charity Quiz Night and to provide the information you have requested from us. This information will only use the data you provide to administer the event. We will keep this information for 1 month after the event or until you tell us the information is no longer correct.