From the Mayor of Dudley, Councillor Sue Greenaway.

Councillor Sue Greenaway was named the borough’s first citizen at full council on 19 May 2022.

Councillor Greenaway has been a councillor for eight years and served as deputy Mayor last year. Over the next year Councillor Greenaway will be the borough’s ambassador with husband Desmond as her consort (photo on top right).

The Brockmoor and Pensnett councillor named three charities she will be helping to raise money for – Black Country Toy Appeal, Tough Enough to Care and Macmillan Cancer.

Councillor Sue Greenaway, Mayor of Dudley, said:

"This is a great honour and a privilege to serve the people of Dudley borough as Mayor of Dudley and a unique opportunity to raise money for some very worthy causes. I hope people will help all three charities to continue with their vital support for those who need it.

"During my term of office, I will also be building on the strong links with our communities to ensure we continue to work together for the good of the borough. With such an exciting summer to come, with the Commonwealth Games and the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee, I’m really looking forward to get going."

Deputy Mayor of Dudley
Councillor Andrea Goddard 2022-23

Councillor Goddard will take up the role of Deputy Mayor with her colleague Councillor James Clinton as consort. (Photo on bottom right)

Cllr Goddard represents the Hayley Green and Cradley South ward of Dudley borough.



A deputy Mayor of the borough is elected every year at the council’s annual meeting at the same time as the Mayor is elected. They also serve in the role for a year.

During this time the Deputy Mayor attends many civic and ceremonial functions and represents the Mayor in their absence.


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Information about the Mayor's charities can be found on the Charities page or you can make a donation by contacting the Mayoral team by email at capa.admin@dudley.gov.uk