Warminster Town Council has appointed a new Town Clerk, who will take up the role immediately. The new Town Clerk is Tom Dommett. Tom is the existing Deputy Town Clerk and has worked for Warminster Town Council for the past three and a half years. Previously Tom had worked for Basingstoke and Deane Council.
Councillor Steve Jeffries. Mayor of Warminster said:
“This is both an exciting and challenging time for the Town Council, we have grown and taken on more responsibilities, but we are delivering more for residents. Our new Town Clerk will play a crucial role in maintaining the highest standards.”
“We went through a long and thorough recruitment process. Tom was the outstanding candidate, with a wealth of experience and a good knowledge of local issues. He has a record of working well with both councillors and staff, I wish him well.”
Tom Dommett said:
“It is an honour to be appointed as Town Clerk. I am pleased to be given the opportunity to take on the challenges ahead.”
“I look forward to working with Councillors, staff and local residents to deliver further improvements.”
With a degree from Warwick University, Tom’s hobbies include theatre and live music. He is a member of the National Trust and a regular visitor to museums and art galleries. Tom is editor of the Tony Hancock Appreciation Society Magazine, dedicated to the comedian famous in the 1950’s and 1960’s.
Last modified: 20 January 2022