Wokingham Mayors


Photographs and information, where we have them, of all the Mayors from 1885 to present day.

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E Eustace

Under most entries, you note the fact that a road was named after the mayor concerned. Except for JB Eustace. Eustace Crescent was named after him as acknowledgement of all the hard work he did for Wokingham as three times mayor, alderman etc. I know the council decided it didn’t wish to acknowledge him or his work any longer (not liking my surname) and changed the name of the road but the very least you could do is note it under his biography! I find it disrespectful.



Good Morning E Eustace,Information about the Mayors is directly sourced from Mr J Bell's books on the Wokingham Mayors. The omission of the road named after him was not intentional. We will amend the article appropriately to include this fact.


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Ann Amanda Davis
Ann was born in Chichester, West Sussex, the second of four children. Her father owned Chichester Tile and Concrete Company and her mother, Teresa, was a linguist, speaking five languages. In 1939 her mother was called up to become a Censor in H.…

David Goddard
David was a native of Wokingham and came from a family of three sons and four daughters. A bachelor, he lived in Sturges Road with his parents, Jerry (1853-1935) and Henrietta (1870-1950). For several years he worked as a ticket clerk for Southern…

Ernest Everitt Bland
Ernest Everitt Bland, known as Ernie, was born in Stoke Newington, London, March 8th 1913. His parents were Londoners, his father Ernest George Bland a printer for Waddingtons and he had a younger brother, Harold, born in 1916. The two World Wars…