Notice Board

The place for villagers (and others) to post comments, complaints, suggestions and ideas for improving Torver.
It will be viewed regularly by the Parish Council and whenever a notice is posted I will notify the village through the Nobbut Email List.
I'm afraid you can't post messages yourself, but just send them to me: david@nobbut.co.uk  and I'll add them to the page.
Please mark your email 'Notice Board'.                   I will not include your name unless you specifically ask me too.

New Clerk Required

Applications are invited for the role of Clerk to Torver Parish Council.


The successful candidate will be required to:

  • attend monthly council meetings (and occasional sub-committee meetings), prepare agendas in advance and take and prepare minutes for distribution to councillors.
  • possess a good level of computer literacy (word processing, email and spreadsheet accounting).
  • administer the council's accounts, keeping and preparing records for audit purposes and VAT.
  • receive correspondence for presentation at council meetings and issue correspondence on behalf of the council.
  • provide Nobbut Torver (the village email service and websites) with information, mainly meeting agendas and minutes, for distribution to parishioners and posting on the TPC website.
  • attend training courses on the work and role of the clerk as required by the council. 
Training and help with all these tasks will be provided.

This is a paid position, the rate to be agreed at interview, increasing according to experience, qualifications and training.

Applications in writing by post to:
Janette Carroll
Clerk to Torver Parish Council
8 Old Furness Road
Coniston
Cumbria
LA21 8HU
        (Tel: 015394 41713)       

OR
Email:  Application letter attached to email and sent to:
clerk.torverpc@hotmail.com

Your comments and ideas for Torver will appear in the three columns below

Bulb Planting on the Motorway
Saturday 11th November
Click on the picture for larger image.

The first bulb planting session was a great success with tulips and daffies around the 40MPH sign on the south side.  There were four of us, led by Mark and including Peter and his lovely granddaughter Lucy WHO IS FIVE (she proudly told me).  
Thank you Lucy, you're a star.

The north side is being left for the moment in the hope that BT/Openreach will come back and sort out the absolute mess they've made of the verge. They have been approached.  Further planting sessions will be announced through the Nobbut.  If you can help we'll be delighted to see you there.
David.

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