By Heather Jones - 2nd November 2017 6:09am
WELCOME TO AUDLEM'S NEW PARISH CLERK
As many residents will know, Kirstin Dixon, our Parish Clerk for the past five years left on 30 September to take up post-graduate studies in education. Councillors thank Kirstin for her contribution as Clerk to the Council and wish her all the very best in her new career.
From 1st November we have a new Clerk, Sandie McBennett, who lives just outside Whitchurch. Sandie has good experience in the role as she acts as Clerk to both Duddon & Burton and Church Minshull Parish Councils. Sandie says
"I'm really looking forward to getting to know Audlem more personally; I've been a fan for a while! I hope the residents and village organisations will contact me and let me know what's happening good or bad in the parish. It takes a while to build relationships so I'll try to be present in the village quite often to make myself available."
Sandie won't be at the Parish Council meeting on 6th November as she has prior commitments. However, she will be in the village for the Grand Opening of the Public Hall Annexe on 18th November and plans to be here regularly so she can get to know members of our community.
You can contact Sandie at: firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 07432 332857.
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