Both Queens Park and Bexhill are new councils. In the case of Queens Park, an ill-defined urban enclave of London, "Community" seems an appropriate moniker. I'm confused about Bexhill. The governance review considered the establishment of a town council for Bexhill. That town council came into being with the election of 18 councillors (2 for each of nine wards) on 6 May. So who made the decision to change the name, how and when? Bexhill has a ceremonial Mayor, a role usually undertaken by the chair of a town council. I suspect there's a lot of work going on behind the scenes at present and changes may be made.