The Lord Mayor of Leeds and The Lord Mayor’s Consort 2015 to 2016
Councillor Judith Chapman is delighted to serve as Lord Mayor of Leeds for 2015 to 2016 and is very pleased that her husband, Mr Alan Chapman, has agreed to be the Lord Mayor’s Consort.
Councillor Chapman was born in Leeds, she was brought up in the Roundhay area and currently lives in Chapel Allerton.
She has represented the Weetwood ward as a Liberal Democrat city councillor since 2006. During her time as a councillor she has worked for the residents of Weetwood and a variety of housing committees. In addition she has chaired the adult social care scrutiny board and the children’s and families scrutiny board for over six years.
The Lord Mayor and her Consort are very much looking forward to representing the great City of Leeds and hope to meet many of the wonderful Citizens and communities during their Mayoral year.
You can follow the Lord Mayor on Twitter @LordMayorLeeds.Biographical Information
If you would like further information about the Lord Mayor and the Lord Mayor’s Consort (including any dietary requirements) please see the documents section
on this page to view their full biography.Inviting the Lord Mayor to an event
If you wish to invite the Lord Mayor to an event please send your invitation via email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
or by post to Lord Mayor’s Office, 1st Floor West, Civic Hall, Leeds, LS1 1UR.
Please note that we normally require 2 weeks’ notice to process invitations. Lord Mayor’s Charity Appeal 2015 to16
Councillor Chapman has a real interest in mental health and adult social care issues, especially in regard to helping people with learning difficulties. In line with this she has chosen the Specialist Autism Services - Sa
car as her charity this year.
Sacar is a registered charity working in collaboration with Specialist Autism Services (a not for profit Community Interest Company) working exclusively for and with adults with an Autism Spectrum Condition (ASC). Their mission is to support adults with Autism and Asperger’s Syndrome through the provision of health, education, training, sports, creative arts and counselling activities which promote their social inclusion, training opportunities and ultimately employability. For more information regarding Sacar please see the external links section
Details of charity fundraising events will feature here and on Twitter so please keep checking our social media pages and show your support for a very worthy cause.
You can donate to the Lord Mayor’s Charity via: www.justgiving.com/lmca
Text Giving: type ‘LMCA01’ and amount of donation - send to 70070