The Mayor of Harrow, Councillor Janet Mote, commemorated her successful year in office with a grand thanksgiving service held at St Luke’s Church in Pinner.
The event brought together prominent figures, including the Cardinal of Westminster, Vincent Nicols, Monsignor Vincent Brady, and esteemed councillors, along with members of the local community.
Expressing her gratitude on Facebook, Mayor Mote shared her delight, stating, “A wonderful Civic Thanksgiving service at St Luke’s Church Pinner with the Cardinal of Westminster Vincent Nicols and Monsignor Vincent Brady and Councillors. A big thank you to St Teresa’s School who sang so beautifully! Super food by foodiewuwdie Pinner.”
The service, which took place earlier this week, was a significant milestone in Mayor Mote’s tenure, offering an opportunity to reflect on the achievements of her mayoralty while expressing appreciation for the support she received from the community.
St Luke’s Church provided the setting for the occasion, adorned with vibrant decorations and resonating with the voices of the St Teresa’s School choir from Harrow. Their enchanting performance left a lasting impression on attendees, evoking a sense of joy and unity.
Notable dignitaries in attendance included Cardinal Vincent Nicols, the highly respected leader of the Catholic Church in England and Wales, and Monsignor Vincent Brady, renowned for his dedication to promoting interfaith dialogue and community harmony. Their presence lent an air of reverence to the proceedings and underscored the significance of the event.
Mayor Mote also expressed her appreciation for the culinary expertise of foodiewuwdie Pinner, who provided an array of delectable dishes. The delectable spread delighted the attendees and added to the festive ambience of the celebration.
As the Mayor’s term draws to a close, the thanksgiving service served as a fitting tribute to the accomplishments and milestones achieved during her tenure. Councillor Janet Mote’s dedication and commitment to serving the people of Harrow were recognised and celebrated by the community.