Notice of Public Rights and Publication of Unaudited Annual Governance and Accountability Return (AGAR) – Accounts for the Year Ended 31 March 2021: Notice of Public Rights 2020-2021
Monday 19 October all day from 08.30am.
Shire Trees will be cutting back the tree branches that are overhanging the road alongside the tennis courts in New Road. This is following a complaint from the School Bus Drivers.
They don’t anticipate that the road will be closed for the works.
Several trees will be felled next week, between Tuesday 29th September and Thursday 1st October for a variety of reasons; some are dead, some are at risk of losing limbs and some are at risk of falling onto villagers’ property.
A notice has been posted on most of the trees (the ones we could get to) and a note put through the doors of the nearby houses. The trees in question are located in: Read more
We are sorry to announce that Vicky Crowden has tendered her resignation and will be leaving us at the end of September. We have enjoyed enormously working with Vicky, but her need to spend more time with family has, and rightly so, taken precedence.
We have been very fortunate to recruit Jacqui Cressey who was one of the applicants for the post of Assistant to the Parish Clerk. Jacqui lives in the village and has done so for the last twelve years.
Our best wishes go to both Vicky and Jacqui.
Notice of Public Rights and Publication of Unaudited Annual Governance and Accountability Return – year ending 31st march 2019
Haslingfield Parish Council : Here is the Notice of Public Rights and Publication of Unaudited Annual Governance and Accountability Return (AGAR) – Accounts for the Year Ended 31 MARCH 2019 – Notice of Public Rights 2018-9
Please note that Sections 1 & 2 of the AGAR 2018-19, along with this notice for y/e 31 March 2019, are published on the Parish Council page of the Haslingfield village website and can also be found in paper format on the PC notice boards. These are unaudited and may be subject to change.
We are looking to find someone to assist the Parish Clerk for up to 4 hours a week, for a period of no less that six months.
The ideal candidate would have a good working knowledge of Microsoft Word and Excel, be a good administrator and have sound communication skills. You will be required to work up to four hours per week, mainly working from home. Full training will be given. The rate of pay will depend on experience but is likely to be in the range of £10.16 to £11.22 per hour.
If you are interested in applying or hearing more, please contact Vicky Crowden, Parish Clerk, email@example.com / 07495 435029.
As well as litter picking, we plan to ‘clean up’ certain areas within the village, e.g. the playground. Teams will be provided with gloves, litter-pickers and bin-bags (supplied by SCDC), a few hi-vis waistcoats will also be available. Just come along to the Village Hall between 9.30 am to 11 am or 2.30 pm to 4.30 pm.
We look forward to seeing you, even if it’s just for half an hour.
Jenny Jullien 4 April 2019
A reminder that East West Rail are seeking feedback to their consultation on the proposed rail section between Bedford and Cambridge. There are five routes being considered – we encourage you to read the information provided and give your feedback at www.eastwestrail.co.uk/haveyoursay before the deadline passes on Monday 11th March 2019.
Concerns have been raised locally that the 75 bus service is being withdrawn. Cambs County Council have, however, confirmed that this is incorrect and it is the contract for this service that is expiring. Apparently bus operators have already submitted their applications as part of the re-tendering process and County Councillors are expected to vote on this in March (date tbc). Previous advice was that they expect to maintain services in the short term. The Parish Council has, however, taken this opportunity to write to our assigned County Councillors to both point out the value of this service to its users and seek their reassurance that it will continue.
Vicky Crowden – Parish Clerk