Farewell Cathy Harper

by Brighton Council
Cathy Harper at her last Brighton Alive meeting in November

Long serving Brighton Council staff member, Cathy Harper is leaving Brighton Council in December for a well-deserved retirement. Cathy started with Brighton back in 2003, so has clocked up almost 20 years of service. Many in the community would have met and appreciated Cathy’s involvement during her role in community services. She is one of those rare people who can succeed at so many wide and varied tasks. Cathy started her career at Brighton Council running the works depot administration, before moving on to community-based work.

Cathy is admired by us all for her strength of character and resilience. Cathy has a determined focus to her work and is definitely not someone to give up easily. Her strength of character has been relied upon by many. She most recently and effectively took the lead role in supporting Council through the COVID-19 pandemic.

Thank you Cathy for your years of dedicated service. You leave your colleagues with confidence that you are definitely somebody well equipped to face retirement and any challenges that life presents.

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