The Grapevine SEAMER & TAME BRIDGE MAGAZINE No. 166 April 2021 Read or download the The Grapevine SEAMER & TAME BRIDGE MAGAZINE No. 166 April 2021 click here to open as a PDF in another window If
St Martin’s Church, Seamer EASTER SERVICE Sunday 4th April, 11.30am To be led by the new Priest in charge, Revd Ben Gunter. Parishioners wishing to attend please notify Judith Turland (01642 710489/07956303548) or email: email@example.com Due to Covid restrictions, space
required for the Parish of Seamer.
The role is unpaid although expenses are remunerated. Duties include attending Parish Council meetings, liaising with Parish Councillors, dealing with email and telephone correspondence, preparing formal agendas and minutes, writing a report for the website and Grapevine as well as being Clerk for the Community Fund. Additional duties include maintenance of the Parish boards; writing applications for grants, liaising with local councils and any other matters arising from Parish Council meetings at the direction of the Chairman. Familiarity with Microsoft programs is essential, as is a good level of literacy and communication skills.
If you are interested in the above community position, please make contact with the current Clerk (Mrs Gillian Taylor) in the first instance. It is anticipated that the vacancy will exist from July. firstname.lastname@example.org
SEAMER PARISH COUNCIL CLERK: Mrs G Taylor. Correspondence to 2 Leconfield, Seamer, Stokesley, Middlesbrough, TS9 5PP. Tel. 01642 711250. e: email@example.com Minutes of the meeting held 17 November, 2020 1 NOTICE OF MEETING Public notice of the meeting has been
Due to the new lockdown the Parish Council meeting on Tuesday 19 January cannot take place in person; any business will be conducted by email. As always, residents are welcome to contact me by email if there are any matters
The NHS is recommending vitamin D supplements for those in high risk groups. The truth is most of us need extra vitamin D during the dark winter days. Taking these will help immunity and bone health for everyone and will help
Coronavirus data Data is available nationally and updated on a daily basis. This includes data on case numbers at district level and more local communities, known as Middle Super Output Areas. You can see this data on the government’s UK summary of
SEAMER PARISH COUNCIL CLERK: Mrs G Taylor. Correspondence to 2 Leconfield, Seamer, Stokesley, Middlesbrough, TS9 5PP. Tel. 01642 711250. e: firstname.lastname@example.org Minutes of the meeting held Tuesday, 15 September 2020 1 NOTICE OF MEETING Public notice of the meeting has