Mayor of Henley-on-Thames
Councillor Stefan Gawrysiak was elected Mayor of Henley-on-Thames at the Annual Meeting on Monday,
13 May 2013.
Councillor S Gawrysiak (His Worship the Mayor)
Henley on Thames,
Oxon, RG9 1ED
Councillor M Akehurst (Deputy Mayor)
Two Tree Hill
Oxon, RG9 1RQ
Note: The Mayor and Deputy Mayor are ex-officio members of all Standing Committees.
In 2013/14 the Mayor will be raising funds for the following charities:
Sue Ryder provide specialist palliative care services, to help people live as comfortably as possible with the effects of their illness. With a team of health care professionals offer care, symptom management and support. As well as consultant-led medical and specialist nursing care their services include: Physiotherapy, occupational therapy, family support, complementary therapy, bereavement, support and spiritual and psychological support for patients and their families
As well as offering support to people wishing to live at home with their illness and day therapy services, outpatient clinics and, where necessary, arrange home visits working together with patients and families providing tailor made care.
Headway Thames Valley promotes wider understanding of all aspects of brain injury and provides information, support and services to people with brain injury, their families and carers.
Founded in 2004 as a registered Charity for disabled children, Chiltern Centre is an independent not-for-profit organisation supporting local families in their everyday lives. Our range of disability care services gives disabled children and young people the chance to get the most out of life, whilst giving practical support to parents and families caring for a disabled child.
Riverside Counselling Service is a charity that provides professional affordable counselling and psychotherapy to adults, couples and young people living in and around Henley-on-Thames.
Local Age UKs and Age Concerns in England provide vital direct services to people in later life throughout the UK, working in partnership with the national organisation. Local services can include: information, advice and advocacy services; day centres and lunch clubs; home help and 'handyperson' schemes; and IT and other training