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Noel Barrett-Morton will be Marlborough’s next mayor

Noel Barrett-MortonNoel Barrett-MortonNoel Barrett-Morton will be the next mayor of Marlborough, it was agreed last night. Councillor Barrett-Morton has been deputy mayor for the past year.

He will succeed councillor Margaret Rose on May 9. His deputy will be councillor Mervyn Hall.

Councillor Barrett-Morton was swept to victory in an October 2011 by-election, sparked by the resignation of Conservative councillor Martin Houlden.

The 72-year-old Conservative had a long career in civil aviation before founding a financial services business. 

He sits on the planning and finance & policy committees, and is chairman of the council’s property committee.

Councillor Mervyn Hall (62), a retired chartered engineer with a diploma in electronics, was co-opted onto Marlborough Town Council in June 2013 as an Independent.

He sits on the sits on the planning, finance & policy, and property committees.

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