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After 21 years of service, Simon Mallinson retires from Worcestershire County Council

Simon Mallinson stands in the Council Chamber.
Simon Mallinson stands in the Council Chamber.
Published Wednesday, 12th February 2020

The Assistant Director for Legal and Governance at Worcestershire County Council is retiring after 21 years in the top legal post with the Council.

Simon Mallinson started working in local government law over 36 years ago.

Simon who is also the Monitoring Officer for Worcestershire County Council, leaves his role on Valentine’s Day.

Simon began his legal career in local government in 1983 when he joined Suffolk County Council. He also held solicitor posts at Essex, Leicestershire and Buckinghamshire County Councils before moving to Worcestershire. 

Simon said; “I have been proud to work in local government, helping it make a difference to the community. I have really enjoyed my time with Worcestershire County Council.  It has been both a challenge and an honour to play such a crucial role in the workings of the Council and to lead my Service.  However, I’m now looking forward to my retirement and travelling to far-off places.“

Paul Robinson, Chief Executive of Worcestershire County Council said; “I would like to thank Simon for his hard work and the dedication he has given to the Council over the past 21 years. His experience, advice and keen sense of humour will be sorely missed and I wish him all the best for the future.”