The Parish Clerk, Brian Ansell, has informed the Parish Council that he will retire at the end of December, by which time he will have been the Clerk for 18 years. His last Parish Council meeting will be on 26 November and the event will be marked with a vote of thanks and a presentation to Brian in recognition of his long service. Chair of the Council, Keith Wheeldon, said “Much has changed during the time that Brian has been Clerk, and the Council is very grateful to him for all that he has done for the parish over his long period in the post.”
The search for a replacement has already started. The job is part-time and home-based with flexible hours, except for Parish Council meetings which take place in the evening once every two months. The main tasks include:
- organising, publicising and attending Parish Council Meetings;
- preparation and publication of agendas and minutes of meetings;
- liaison with district and county councillors, other organisations and the public;
- managing Parish Council finances;
- keeping Councillors up-to-date with legislation and advising on policy matters;
- keeping Councillors informed of correspondence received between meetings;
- maintaining and updating the Council’s website.
The Council will supply suitable IT equipment. If you are interested in the job please email email@example.com for further details. The closing date for applications is 15 October 2018.
The first of our autumn community working groups have been a great success. Both the bus stop and phone box look much smarter, bulbs have been planted around the village sign and some much-needed repairs have been started on the play area.
There is still more to do so there will be a further working party this Saturday 15 September. We’ll gather at the play area on the Recreation Ground from around 09:30 and we’ll focus on
- further maintenance on the children’s play area
- refurbishing memorial seats at the Village Hall and on the Common.
We would welcome your help, even for only an hour or two. Names in advance would be helpful (Roger Smith on 01508 538225 or firstname.lastname@example.org) or you can just turn up on the day. Tools and materials will be available or you may prefer to bring your own. Bring some refreshments for a mid-morning break!
You can find the latest news from your local beat team by clicking Poringland newsletter Aug 18.pdf. This includes a suggestion that all householders should get into the 9PM routine. This means that each evening just before you settle down to watch Vera or whatever else might start at 9 o’clock you should just pop out and check that the car is locked, the tools are all safely in the garden shed and teh door is locked, the garage door is closed and locked and that all outside doors to the house are locked too (with you on the inside!) Apparently it’s been a great success in Florida so even though crime rates in our part of the county are low it’s a worthwhile reminder.
The consultation period for the Bramerton Conservation area review is now closed and we are waiting for South Norfolk to let us know their final proposals. You can still find a copy of the proposed changes by clicking Bramerton proposals.
Enquiries about the review should be addressed to email@example.com or you may contact Steve Beckett on 01508 533812.
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