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Clerk required for Woodlands Management Committee

The Cam, Dursley & Uley Joint Woodlands Management Committee

Require a Clerk / Secretary and Financial Officer involving approximately 20 hours per quarter. It is very interesting work with an honorarium payment for an important local committee. The current clerk will be available for handover and induction.

Expressions of interest and queries should go to christina.carter@camparishcouncil.gov.uk

Full Job Details

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Parish Council Flood Warden

Parish Council seeks Flood Warden

Flood warden

Flooding – a growing problem

Flooding seems to have become a more regular occurrence in Stinchcombe over the last few of years.  Problem areas include Berkeley Road, an area on Echo Lane and Church Lane/Wick Lane near the war memorial.  The Parish Council would like to appoint a volunteer Flood Warden to help develop a more co-ordinated approach to tackling this issue. 

Responsibilities

In brief, the Flood Warden’s responsibilities will be to:

  • provide a point of contact on flooding matters
  • carry out timely inspections of problem areas
  • talk to landowners informally about any issues and keep the Parish Council informed
  • let Parish Council know if there is a need to contact other bodies e.g. Gloucestershire Highways

Your paramount responsibility will be to keep yourself safe and we will discuss with you how that can be achieved.

The Flood Warden will not be personally responsible for clearing ditches or unblocking gratings, gullies or pipes. 

To find out more

If you may be interested, please contact Councillor Kath Hudson for a more detailed job description.  She can also suggest relevant guidance and resources you may wish to look at.

Parish Council Charities Representative

Parish Council requires Charities Representative

Dursley United Charities operate in the Dursley, Cam, Stinchcombe and Uley area to help local people in need. The Charities own land and properties in the area, the rents from which are used to provide financial help for those who need it.

Russ Holloway has represented Stinchcombe Parish Council on the Charities’ board for many years but has finally decided to retire.

The post is not onerous, involving little more than attendance at one board meeting per year and providing a brief financial report to the Parish Council at the Annual Parish Assembly. If you would be interested intaking on this role, or would like more information about it, please contact the Clerk

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