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Newbury Town Council CEO resigns


THE Chief Executive of Newbury Town Council has resigned.

Late this afternoon (Mon), the town council issued a statement which read: “It is with regret that Newbury Town Council announces the resignation of its Chief Executive Officer, Graham Hunt.

Cllr Julian Swift-Hook, Leader of the Council said: “I’d like to thank Graham for his years of service to the town council and to wish him well for the future.”

Last week, when asked by the Newbury Weekly News to confirm speculation about Mr Hunt’s resignation, Mr Swift-Hook declined to do so.

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