At an extraordinary meeting of full council on 19 December, Huntingdonshire District Councillors awarded the position of Alderman/Alderwoman to former three former HCCA Conservative Councillors
Keith Baker, Barbara Boddington and Deborah Reynolds were awarded the title in recognition of their distinguished public service to the district and people of Huntingdonshire, and to their respective former wards of Alconbury and The Stukeleys, Gransden and The Offords, and St Ives East. Former North West Cambridgeshire Conservative Councillor Peter Bucknell was also awarded the title for his service to Warboys and Bury.
Former District Councillor Keith Baker stood down as a District Councillor in May 2018. Mr Baker had served three terms of office as Ward Councillor for the former Alconbury and The Stukeleys ward having been first elected in 2006.
Former District Councillor Barbara Boddington was first elected in 2003 and retained her seat in the whole District Election in 2004 becoming Ward Member for Gransden and The Offords ward until standing down as District Councillor in May 2018. Mrs Boddington contributed to a wide range of Council activities, and undertook a number of key roles for the Council. She was also Chairman of the Council from 2012 to 2014.
Former District Councillor Deborah Reynolds was first elected to the District Council in 1992 and served a four year term as Councillor for the former St Neots (Eynesbury Ward). Following a break she was re-elected in 2002 to the former Huntingdon North Ward, a seat which she held for two years until the whole Council elections in 2004 when she was elected to the new ward of St Ives East. She held this seat for 14 consecutive years until her retirement as a District Councillor in 2018.