Vacancy for Parish Councillor

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Would you like to play a part in influencing the decisions that affect Audlem? If so, provided you are a resident aged 18 or over, you are invited to apply.

Written applications, giving details of background and experience, should be sent to the Parish Clerk at:

parishclerk.jw@gmail.com

or:

Audlem Parish Council
c/o Rosecroft 
Dodds Green Lane
Burleydam
Nr Whitchurch
SY13 4AT

If you would like to know more about what is involved, please speak to one of your Councillors – contact details are available on the notice board in The Square and at Audlem Online — or ring the Parish Clerk on 01948 871383.

Please note that:

(1) The successful applicant will be expected to undertake basic training.

(2)  Last date for receipt of applications is Friday 10th August.

(3) The Parish Council’s decision will be made at the meeting on Monday, 3rd September.

Jean White
Clerk to Audlem Parish Council

11th July 2012

 

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