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Posted: Thu, 07 Jan 2021 13:47 by Emma Williams
An exciting opportunity has arisen to join a team dedicated to providing excellent services to our community.
You will be working across all Town Council buildings and open spaces, liaising with contractors and staff to ensure the upkeep of Council land, playgrounds and facilities. Following a £500,000 investment you will be taking a lead in relaunching Saxon Hall as a community, conference and wedding venue. More »
The successful applicant will have outstanding customer-service skills, experience of leading a team and managing a wide range of operational activities.
The role is physically demanding. You should hold a valid driving licence. The post is full-time, flexible and you will be required to work some evenings and weekends, as well as supporting the many council events and regular meetings.
This is a wide-ranging newly-created post that will enable the successful candidate, through their drive and personality, to develop the role and make it their own. » Less
Posted: Wed, 06 Jan 2021 14:30 by kate
Please see document below with details of the revised and reduced road closure information for the A45 / A6 Chowns Mill junction.
The night-time closures are necessary for gantry and road formation works, safety of the workforce and to minimise disruption to the daytime road user.
Posted: Mon, 04 Jan 2021 10:14 by Nicola Barker