Category: Parish Council

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Vacancy for Parish Clerk

Vacancy for Parish Clerk for Bourton on the Hill Parish Council Following the retirement after 16 years service, there is now a vacancy for a Clerk and Responsible Financial Officer. The post is part time, 4 hours a week. The Clerk/RFO will work from home and is expected to attend 6 meetings per year. Applications are invited from proactive individuals, ideally with experience of … Read More Vacancy for Parish Clerk

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Councillor Vacancy on Parish Council

Vacancy on Parish Council A vacancy has arisen on Bourton on the Hill Parish Council following the resignation of Councillor Louise Davis. The notice from CDC detailing the vacancy and the application process is available from Cotswold District Council. More Information To see the vacancy notice from Cotswold District Council please click HERE. Or contact the Chairman of Bourton on the Hill PC, Andy … Read More Councillor Vacancy on Parish Council

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Elections on 6th May 2021

The Election The elections taking place on the 6th May 2021 are for: The Police and Crime Commissioner for Gloucestershire Councillors for the eight divisions of Gloucestershire County Council across the Cotswold District, electing one councillor for each division. Bourton on the Hill is in the Campden Vale division. Register to Vote by 19th April You must be on the electoral register to vote … Read More Elections on 6th May 2021

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Christmas Bin Collection Dates

Cotswold District Council has released its Christmas bin collection dates. Cotswold District Council’s waste and recycling collection service provider, Ubico Ltd, will be making normal collections up to and including Thursday 24 December. Crews will NOT be working on Friday 25 December and Friday 1 January. As a consequence, there will be changes in collection days until the normal schedule resumes on Monday 18 … Read More Christmas Bin Collection Dates

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Memorial to Sir Peter Herbert

In memory of Admiral Sir Peter Herbert, the Parish Council have installed a plaque by the horse trough in Back Lane, opposite his old home Glebe House. Sir Peter gave a great deal of his time to Bourton on the Hill, helping on the St Lawrence’s Parochial Church Council, setting up the Old School Committee, acting as a trustee of the Help in Need Trust, as a Parish … Read More Memorial to Sir Peter Herbert

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Helping Hands network – coronavirus

We all would like to offer practical support to our neighbours in these challenging times to help those who are self-isolating or infirm.  This is why we’ve put together a support network in Bourton.  To register as a volunteer or to ask for help with any task please click HERE for more details.