George Anson sworn in as High Sheriff of Buckinghamshire
On Friday, March 26, 2021 at a Declaration Ceremony held virtually at 12 noon and presided over by Neil Arnold JP, the Bench Chair of the Buckinghamshire Magistrates Court, George Anson was sworn in as the next High Sheriff of Buckinghamshire. Of his appointment, Mr Anson commented: “It is an honour and a privilege to accept this position as High Sheriff of Buckinghamshire, and I am very much looking forward to the next twelve months.”
Mr Anson succeeds the outgoing High Sheriff, Andrew Farncombe of Beaconsfield.
Also in attendance at the Declaration Ceremony were: HM Lord Lieutenant of Buckinghamshire, The Countess Howe; the Resident Judge of Aylesbury Crown Court, HHJ Francis Sheridan; the High Sheriff, Andrew Farncombe; the Chair of Buckinghamshire Council, Richard Scott; the Mayor of Milton Keynes, Andrew Geary; and the incoming High Sheriff’s Chaplain, The Reverend David Meakin.