Vacancy Crudwell Parish CouncilParish Clerk

Vacancy at Crudwell Parish Council – Parish Clerk

Applications close Monday 23rd Dec 2019

Crudwell Parish Council is looking to recruit a new Parish Clerk and Responsible Financial Officer ASAP.  The new clerk will be required to work primarily from home and the Parish Council will provide a laptop and printer/scanner.  The Council meets on the first Tuesday of each month.  The role is for approximately 30 hours a month plus agreed expenses and attracts a salary on NJC pay scales for part-time clerks.

The Council is looking for someone with good computer, admin and communication skills, (training can be given), and the ability to deal with  simple financial matters.

Please contact the Parish Clerk Lisa Dent at

parish.clerk@crudwell-pc.co.uk or phone 01285 658172

for full details of the position and/or an informal conversation.

Closing date Monday 23rd Dec 2019

The ideal candidate with be a self-starter and problem-solver who can manage their day to day workload without supervision as a homeworker, although you are fully supported by Councillors.  Also required is the ability to use Microsoft Office and manage Word, Outlook and Excel with ease.   A working background using accounts/book-keeping is desirable .

Annual Meeting of the Parish Council (Crudwell) Sat 10th Aug 19 at 10.00 am

     To: Members of the Council and All Parishioners

You are hereby invited to attend  thAnnual Meeting of the Parish Council (Crudwell) At the Crudwell Village Hall on

Saturday 10th August 2019 at 10.00 a.m., for transacting the following business.

If there is an issue you would like to raise for the Open Forum, but cannot attend please email clerk@crudwell-pc.gov.uk

AGENDA

  1. Apologies received
  2. Minutes to previous APM meeting 5th May 2018
  3. Chairmans Report/Achievements of the Parish Council 2018
  4. Accounts/ Finance
  5. Wiltshire Council Report – Cllr Berry
  6. Crudwell Parish Reports

Where available:- 

6.1              Crudwell School

6.2              Crudwell Trust

6.3              Lord Lucas Trust

6.4              Parochial Church Council

6.5              Police Community Support Officer – John Bordiss

6.6              Muck In (Annual Village Tidy)

6.7              Village Hall & Recreation Area/Grounds

 

  1. Crudwell Neighbourhood Plan 
  1. Open Forum/Questions/Issues 
  1. Closing Comment/Chairman to close meeting

 

 

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If there is an issue you would like to raise for the Open Forum, but cannot attend please email clerk@crudwell-pc.gov.uk

 

 

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Construction work around Crudwell School 7th Aug 18

Construction work is programmed to commence on Tuesday 7th August and anticipated to take two weeks to complete. Temporary 3 way traffic signals will be in operation during the works.

Wiltshire Council in implementing its Local Transport Plan (LTP) for 2011-2026 is seeking to develop measures throughout the County, which seek to provide improved facilities for pedestrians and cyclists and also improve road safety.

This scheme has been developed as part of a request from Crudwell Primary School through the ‘Taking Action on School Journeys’ initiative. This initiative has been developed to give schools the opportunity of providing improvements to school journey routes, for cyclists and pedestrians.

The scheme will see the construction of an informal crossing point and two short sections of footway within the existing verge at The Street, Crudwell, in the vicinity of the Potting Shed public house. A plan outlining the scheme is provided overleaf. The aim of the scheme is to provide a safer route from the car park to the school for parents and pupils of Crudwell Primary School.

An advisory, part time 20mph speed limit will also be introduced and will operate at school drop off and pick up times.

Construction work is programmed to commence on Tuesday 7th August and anticipated to take two weeks to complete. Temporary 3 way traffic signals will be in operation during the works.

Wiltshire Council would like to take this opportunity to thank you for your patience and co-operation whilst the works are carried out.

Full info on the link below

TAOSJ Crudwell Residents Newsletter Early Start

Planning application 39 dwellings Ridgeway Farm

The Parish Council has received notification of an application for Full Planning for 39 residential dwellings and associated works at Ridgeway Farm, to the rear of Athelstan Park from Edenstone Homes.  You may wish to register your comments.  Comments need to be received by 9th August 2018.

To do so online, go to  Wiltshire Council website (www.wiltshire.gov.uk) , then Planning section, then search by entering the application reference 18/05429/FUL.  On the next page, click on the blue application number of the left and it will take you to the 48 documents which are plans, reports and statements etc.  On this page, under Download Plans and Documents you can click on Comment on this Application and you will be taken to a form page to enter your comments.  This will be registered and shown online.

If you want to register your comment in writing you can write to the Planning Department (Assigned Officer Richard Sewell) at Development Management, Wiltshire Council, Monkton Park, Chippenham SN15 1ER.

Comments need to be received by 9th August 2018.

 

Removal of Ridgeway Farm Site Allocation 03/07/18

Wiltshire Council Cabinet Meeting 03/07/18

 

Confirmation has been received, following the Wiltshire Council Cabinet Meeting, that the Ridgeway Farm Site Allocation has been removed from the Wiltshire Site Housing DPD. The final plan needs to be approved by Full Council next week.

We will post more information as we receive it and you can follow the progress of the Crudwell Neighbourhood Plan over at www.my-crudwell.org

 

 

 

News from Malmesbury Primary Care Centre

News from Malmesbury Primary Care Centre – In the New Year the surgery plans to promote Patients on Line system which will enable patients to make appointments, order their repeat medication, view their medical information held by the practice. Patients have to contact the surgery (complete a simple form) to request a username and password to access the system. Unless the patient is known to the staff, proof of ID will be required before access to the system can be granted. The Reception team can help and advise patients how to set up, access and get the most benefit from the system and if you are already registered, there are more modules added recently which you can request access to.  Full info in the Minutes below.

PPG Dec 2017 Minutes