After years of stirling work Irene Ryan has reluctantly resigned from the post of Middleton Footpath officer.
If you are interested in this rewarding position please in the fiorst instance contact Tony Harris on 0771 422 6452
A vacancy has arisen for a Parish Clerk for MPC. The part time position is home based and is approximately 10 hours per week.
The candidate should be abl;e to demonstrate competence in administration, computer skills, involvement in meetings and minute taking, bookkeeeping, research and problem solving and will be expected to provide sound and practicle advice to the Parish Council. Competency in dealing with external agencies such as Warwickshire County Council is also required.
This is a very rewarding role assisting councillors in the delivery of localised services to our parishioners.
If necessary the candidate should be willing to obtain qualifications through the local council awards scheme.
Salary will be commencerate with local government pay scales and experience.
In the first instance contact Cllr. James Beamish (Chair MPC) email firstname.lastname@example.org Mobile 07498 5164349
Closing date for application s-Monday 3rd July 2023
Himalayan Balsam picking has resumed if anyone is interested helping in the nature reserve in Middleton please
meeting at the bus shelter Travellers rest on each Sunday in June at 10am we do 2 hours work removing balsam from the reserve
wellies will be needed and questions you can contact Tony Harris 0771 422 6452
Notice of compliance
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if you need any further information or assistance Happy to help
Rights of access to accounts were posted on all notice boards and MPC are happy for any parishioner to examine accounts at any time of the year not just during the audit time frames specified our clerk will accommodate any reasonable request.
If you require more details please contact the Parish Clerk
The accounts for 2019/20 are available for any Parishioner to see by appointment with the Parish clerk officially between the 18th June June to the 31st July.
In order to maintain transparency the parish clerk by appointment willing to open the accounts at times outside these dates by agreement of the Council
Irene Ryan has very kindly accepted the role of foot paths Officer in Middleton We are extremely pleased that Irene will be our new officer keeping an eye on the state of our rights of way. It is not an easy task as County Council resources have been cut to the bone, but with support fro Middleton Community we are sure Irene will do an excellent job.
Working woith land owners, resident and the Parish Council we are trying to move a current right of way that runs through a residents garden in Green lane 50 yards so that it continues in the field the other side of ramblers rest. The process is not simple and will take time. In the first instance what is called a permissive route is established (this will be where the actual route will eventually run) and we would ask all walkers to use this route, we acknowledge that legally you can still walk through the garden of the home owner concerned legally, however we are sure that the new route will afford a better experience for ramblers.
Middleton Parish Council
Phil Mulligan has started up a new badminton club on a Tuesday evening 7pm-9pm all are welcome at Middleton Recreation Room for a game with friendly rivalry assured Covid-19 restrictions apply
Notice of Parish Council Meeting