Notice of Vacancy
Notice is hereby given that there is are three (3) vacancies on Fleggburgh Parish Council. The vacancies have previously been advertised, and no election has been requested. The Council is now able to fill the vacancies by co-option.
APPLICATIONS SHOULD BE MADE IN WRITING TO THE CHAIR TO THE COUNCIL, AND DELIVERED, POSTED OR EMAILED TO:
Wren Cottage, Main Road
Applications should be received by Friday 22nd October 2021, 5pm.
Applicants are asked to give brief reasons for offering their services to the Council.
Any elector interested in applying is welcome to contact the Chair for further details. The successful applicant(s) will be chosen following consideration by the Parish Council.
Applicants should note that Councillors are expected to attend regular monthly meetings and any additional meetings as may be arranged, and to represent the electors of Fleggburgh, Billockby and Clippesby in raising and discussing those issues of interest and concern on which the Parish Council is empowered to act. Applicants should also note that membership of the Council is open to electors who are citizens of any state in the European Union or of the Commonwealth and:
- Whose residence is in Fleggburgh, Billockby or Clippesby or within three miles of Fleggburgh, Billockby or Clippesby, or
- Whose principal place of work is in Fleggburgh, Billockby or Clippesby, and
- Who is not disqualified (by reason of a criminal record, bankruptcy or involvement in corrupt practices).
Fleggburgh Parish Council seeks a committed and enthusiastic individual to undertake the role of Parish Clerk and Responsible Finance Officer to start 18th October 2021.
The role will include:
Ø Meeting administration including collation and publication of agendas, report writing, taking minutes, and offering procedural advice where required;
Ø Management of the Council’s finances including budgeting drafting and monitoring, bank reconciliations, and audit;
Ø Maintaining and updating the Council’s website;
Ø Communicating with residents, councillors, and external organisations;
Ø Managing the day to day administrative processes of the Parish Council.
Please see the below advert for further information and details of how to apply:
Advert: Vacancy Parish Clerk
Rural Flegg Villages Beat Manager PC May will be at Fleggburgh Village Hall on Monday 11th October between 11:00am and 1:00pm. Pop by and speak to him about your concerns and seek crime prevention advice.
Norfolk County Council want to listen to the people of Norfolk and for them to get involved when the Council makes decisions.
As the Council looks to the future, and the many challenges it faces, they want local residents to help them decide which direction to take and how we can all get Norfolk thriving.
If you are interested then check out the link below.
Due to the resignation of parish councillor(s), there are now 3 vacancies on Fleggburgh Parish Council. Please see the Notice of Vacancy below:
NOTICE OF VACANCY_210922
Please note the above poster regarding the Fleggburgh Neighbourhood Plan. The consultation period ends at midday Friday 15th October 2021. Your feedback to GYBC would be greatly appreciated. Remember this plan defines the future of Fleggburgh.
Copies of the plan are available for public inspection at:
Town Hall, Hall Pain, Great Yarmouth, NR30 2QF (By appointment only, see poster for details)
Filby Post Office at Fleggburgh Village Hall on Mondays and Fridays (Hard copy to view)
For more information, see the NEIGHBOURHOOD PLAN tab.
Rural Flegg and Caister and Coastal Beat Managers PC Gary May and PC Dan Brown wil be at the Hemsby Lifeboat Day at the Lifeboat Station between 11am-3pm on 8th August.
Why not pop along to meet Gary and Dan and ask them questions and raise any concerns you may have.
They are looking forward to meeting you.
If your hedges are growing out on to paths, please can you cut them back.
In the past, Fleggburgh Parish Council have asked some parishioners if they could cut back their hedges due to concerns regarding hedges encroaching onto paths and roads. Thank you to all parishioners who responded so readily when asked to do so.
Cutting back hedges really helps the local community both in terms of making the area look neat and tidy as well as helping people make use of roads and footpaths more easily and safely.
Since overgrown hedges can help cause accidents, owners, by cutting back hedges to keep paths and roads clear, are also helping to protect themselves from potential legal action. Should an accident occur, which over-grown hedges may have contributed towards, then the owner of the hedge could be considered partially or wholly responsible for the accident. By keeping hedges trimmed, this helps promote safety which, in turn, helps protect owners of hedges from potential legal action.
Once again, thank you to everyone who keeps their hedges neat and tidy and helps keep Fleggburgh’s roads and paths safer.
Could you benefit from grants or mentoring for your business or a project you might have? If so, check out the following:
Information Leaflet page 1
Information Leaflet page 2
Sadly, the Norfolk Day even, scheduled for 24th July, has been postponed and re-scheduled for 21st August 2021. Please see the following link:
Norfolk Day – postponed