By a County Press reporter
Saturday, November 17, 2012
Mary Case has been officially nominated as next year's Isle of Wight High Sheriff.
NEXT year’s Isle of Wight High Sheriff, Mary Case, was officially nominated at an ancient and traditional ceremony at London’s Royal Courts of Justice this week.
Mrs Case, 53, who lives at Limerstone Farm, Limerstone, is an award-winning beekeeper and a founder member of the Isle of Wight Farmers’ Market.
She will take up office next spring, following in the footsteps of the current Isle of Wight High Sheriff, Nick Hayward.
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by b ward
20th November 2012, at 00:58:56
congratulations to mary,great to see a local business woman being awarded this office.
by Catherine Black
19th November 2012, at 18:18:28
Question. Is this the same Mrs Mary Case who had 14 protected trees felled in a field in Freshwater to make way for development and as such has a criminal record?
by Paul Strauss
19th November 2012, at 08:30:40
Well done to Mrs Case. She has to be an improvement on the current yellow-livered varmint. I trust that by the time she takes up her appointment she will have grown a large moustache, have taken to chewing tobacco, and will have developed something of a Texan drawl. Otherwise I fear she will not garner the respect the position deserves, and the gangs of rustlers and outlaws hiding out on Chillerton down will continue to hold the Island in the grip of fear.
by Stephen Elliott
18th November 2012, at 12:43:57
Vic you probably need to grease the pole of have a connection to the masons
by Vic Mann
18th November 2012, at 10:55:10
I didnt see this post advertised anywhere.How do I get my name on the list for the next time?
17th November 2012, at 19:24:37
So what part of a fund does the expenses come from?
by Daniel Rooke
17th November 2012, at 15:12:56
Congratulation Mrs Case on you Royal Appointment. NB: High Sheriffs receive no remuneration and no part of the expense of a High Sheriff’s year falls on the public purse.
17th November 2012, at 14:05:06
Waste of money.
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