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Market Operator X 2

Market Supervisor X 1

Salary c £8.57 per hour x 5 hrs per week – Market Operator

Salary c £8.72 per hour x 12 hrs per week – Market Supervisor

Southwell Town Council are looking for a Market Supervisor and two Market Operators to be responsible for the safe running of Southwell Market. This regularly runs on a Thursday and Saturday with additional Special Markets scheduled into the calendar.

The successful candidate will have experience in a similar role, to include sound knowledge of all Health & Safety Issues relating to Market procedures. The role entails the erection and dismantling of market stalls, and waste disposal. Good communication skills and professionalism would be beneficial.

Please send a CV and comprehensive covering letter to:-

The Clerk, Southwell Town Council, The Old Courthouse, Burgage, Southwell, NG25 0EP

Tel: 01636 816103

Closing date for Applications 14th December 2017

Interviews to be held 21st December for state date the week commencing 2nd January 2018 as the exact date is not known yet.  

   SOUTHWELL TOWN  COUNCIL 

NOTICE OF CASUAL VACANCIES 

Notice is hereby given pursuant to section 87(2) of the Local Government Act 1972 that by reason of the death of Councillor Julian Hamilton (East Ward) and the resignation of Councillor Toni Smith (West Ward) two vacancies have occurred among the members of the Town Council. Any persons wishing to fill these vacancies should apply to the Clerk to the Town Council in writing, giving a brief summary of reasons for applying, on or before the 21st December 2017.

 

The applicant's name must appear on the current register of Electors List or the applicant should during the whole of the twelve months preceding the relevant date have resided in or within three miles of the parish or the applicant’s only place of work during the whole of the twelve months preceding the relevant date is in the town.  The applicant must not be debarred from standing as a Councillor. 

Public elections are not held until May 2019 but for the interim period the present sitting Councillors may co-opt to fill the vacancies. 

Applications will be considered at the next Full Town Council meeting due to take place on Wednesday 17th January 2018 where applicants may be invited to attend.  

Southwell Town Council has recently taken on additional services such as managing Markets, Public Conveniences and Car Parks, Open Space amenity maintenance as well as the Tourist Information Centre.  In addition the council has for many years been responsible for the management of recreational play areas, community amenity areas, sports grounds and council owned buildings.   

For further information on this very rewarding role in the community please do not hesitate to call The Clerk to the Town Council on 01636 816103 

Tracey Broughton PSLCC

Clerk to the Town Council – email

The Old Courthouse, Burgage, Southwell, NG25 0EP

22nd November 2017

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Southwell is a delightful market town which has much to offer visitors. It has a rich historical and architectural heritage which includes a magnificent Minster which is over 900 years old and numerous Prebendal houses.
    

byrons_house_in_january.jpgThe town’s links with Lord Byron who lived at Burgage Manor (left) for several years are well documented as are the last hours of King Charles 1 which were spent in the Saracens  Head Inn (then known as the Kings Head).

Southwell is also the birthplace of the famous Bramley apple and the original tree which, still bears fruit, can be seen in a private garden in the town centre. The bicentenary in 2009  of this  world renowned apple is commemorated in a window in the Minster.

Southwell is the hub for a wide variety of annual events throughout the year. Music in the Minster every month, the ‘Family Funday’  and the Folk Festival (which attracts thousands of visitors to the town) both in June, the Bramley Festival in October and the ever popular Lantern Walk (right) in December are only a few.

 

Go to http://www.visitsouthwell.com for even more information.

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Come and enjoy our cafés, restaurants and shops while spending a day (or longer) in our historic town and see it for yourself.

 

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