Parish Councilor Vacancy

SWAFFHAM BULBECK PARISH COUNCIL

41 Stow Road

Stow-Cum-Quy

Cambridgeshire

CB25 9AD

Email: clerk@swaffhambulbeckpc.org.uk

 Clerk to the Parish Council: Mrs Sam Chambers-Turner

07369248998

 

LOCAL GOVERNMENT ACT 1972

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NOTICE OF VACANCY IN

 

OFFICE OF PARISH COUNCILLOR

 

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Pursuant to section 87(2) of the Local Government Act 1972 that Peter Raby formerly a member of the above named Parish Council has ceased to be a member thereof and that a causal vacancy exists in the office of Councilor for the said Parish.

If, within 14 days* after the date of this notice, a request for an election to fill the said vacancy is made in writing to the proper officer of the East Cambridgeshire District Council by ten electors for the said Parish an election will be held to fill the vacancy; otherwise, the vacancy will be filled by the Parish Council.  Costs for the said election will be charged to the Parish Council.

DATED: 8th December 2021

 

(Signed) Sam Chambers-Turner

Clerk to the Parish Council

 

*In computing any period of time for this purpose, a Saturday or Sunday, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, Maundy Thursday, Good Friday or a Bank Holiday or day appointed for public thanksgiving or mourning are disregarded.

 

*4th January 2021

Trees Looking for Homes

The parish has acquired some trees (from the County Council), and would like to hear from anyone who has space to plant one or two, or more.

The species are: Green Beech; Horse Chestnut; Black Alder; small-leaved Lime; Spindle; Silver Birch; Rowan.

At the time of writing, there is at least one of each available. Please apply quickly.

These young trees are about six feet tall, with root balls, so quite substantial – and they need putting in the ground as soon as possible, as it’s the end of the planting season.

If you are interested, please contact Peter Raby on 01223-811264. Email: phr21@cam.ac.uk

Covid-19 (Coronavirus) Help is available in Swaffham Bulbeck

Help is available in Swaffham Bulbeck

The government is advising people to stay at home whenever they can to limit the spread of coronavirus, which is highly contagious and can be serious. Please avoid physical contact (2m distance). Wash your hands regularly.

Help is available in Swaffham Bulbeck if you are self-isolating or social distancing. Please do not visit Bottisham Medical Practice in person at this time.
Please have a look at the list below to see who your point of contact is. If you are in need of help, please phone or text them. They will contact a group of volunteers and someone will be along to
help you as soon as possible. Join the WhatsApp group or speak to your point of contact if you would like to help as part of this community group.