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Clerk vacancy

A  Vacancy exists on Gurnard Parish Council for a Clerk and Responsible Financial Officer. The position is for 15 Hours a week and is home based, with a requirement to attend 2 evening Council meetings a month at Gurnard Village Hall, except for August when no meetings are required. Salary will be commensurate with experience. The closure date for applicants…read more →

Gurnard News – May

At the April meeting of the Parish Council the main topics discussed were: POLICE REPORT PSCO Derek Howard provided a written report and attended the meeting with PSCO Lisa Gray. There was one reported crime in Gurnard during March this year compared with four for the same period last year. The community priorities remain the same. Questions were asked about…read more →

Christmas Closure

Please note that the Parish Council office is closed from Friday 22 December 2017 to Tuesday 2 January 2018 inclusive. Please accept our apologies for any inconvenience caused. We wish you all a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.

Gurnard News – March edition

GURNARD PARISH COUNCIL REPORT FOR THE GURNARD NEWS MARCH EDITION At the February meeting of the Parish Council the main topics discussed were: POLICE REPORT There were 2 reported crimes in Gurnard during January compared to 1 last year. New community priorities have been set. OPEN SPACES PROJECT The chairman attended the meeting and brought to the attention of the…read more →

Gurnard News April entry

At the March meeting of the council, the main topics discussed were: NEW PLANNING APPLICATION Consultation was requested with the Parish Council for a new planning application for The Glen, 34 Worsley Road. Councillors heard that a potential developer wishes to have the “over 55” restriction lifted and instead apply for permission to build a mixed tenure of eleven  units…read more →

At the March meeting of the council, the main topics discussed were: NEW PLANNING APPLICATION Consultation was requested with the Parish Council for a new planning application for The Glen, 34 Worsley Road. Councillors heard that a potential developer wishes to have the “over 55” restriction lifted and instead apply for permission to build a mixed tenure of eleven  units…read more →