The Deputy Mayor of Worthing
Deputy Mayor of the Borough of Worthing
Councillor Sean McDonald
Sean has lived in Sussex all his life and grew up in Hove and Brighton. He went to school at Cardinal Newman in Hove before completing his education at Northbrook College.
Sean joined Sussex Police in the 1980s and spent 30 years as a Police Officer before retiring in 2012. Later that year he re-joined Sussex Police as Support Staff and worked in the front offices at Shoreham and Worthing Police Stations for a further 6 years.
Sean has lived in Worthing for nearly 40 years and currently lives in his Northbrook Ward in Durrington. He has two sons, Nicholas and Oliver, who both live locally. Sean has 3 grandchildren and his daughter-in-law is expecting another grandchild, a girl, in August 2020.
Sean is a governor at Hawthorns School in Durrington. He is also a Trustee with the Worthing Symphony Orchestra which he describes as one of his passions.
In 2016/17, Sean served as Mayor of Worthing and he is delighted to be able to support Mayor Councillor Lionel Harman in 2020/21.
"We are living in unprecedented and very unusual times. I am delighted to be able to step in and help the Mayor Councillor Lionel Harman wherever I can. I hope, despite the current pandemic crisis, that it will be an exciting year"
See also: Councillor Sean McDonald's webpage
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Page last updated: 28 May 2020