Friday Bridge
Rings End

Elm Parish Council

Elm is one of the largest parishes in Fenland District, covering 6,000 hectares of rich agricultural land.

The parish is made up of the villages of Elm and Fridaybridge and the smaller settlements of Coldham and Rings End, which together with a number of scattered and isolated properties has a total population of around 3,500.

The villages and settlements within the parish have easy access to the Fenland market towns of March to the south and Wisbech to the north. Peterborough and King’s Lynn are both around 30 minutes' travelling time for residents of the parish.

Elm Parish Council meets on a monthly basis; usually on a Tuesday, at 7.00pm in the Parish Council’s office at Begdale Road, Elm.

Agendas for Parish Council meetings, which include an Open Forum of 15 minutes duration, are published on the Parish Council’s notice boards in each of the villages/settlements: the locations of the notice boards are: the Pocket Park and outside the village store opposite the Cemetery in Elm; adjacent to the Clocktower at Fridaybridge; the “bus shelter” layby at Coldham; the bus shelter on March Road at Rings End.

Agendas and minutes are also published on this website. Next meeting is scheduled for December 13th. Agenda

In addition to monthly meetings, the Parish Council holds an Annual Assembly, in May each year, to which members of the public are invited to engage with the Parish Council and raise any issues of community concern.

Elm Parish Council

Vacancy for Parish Clerk (and Responsible Financial Officer)

Elm Parish Council is seeking to appoint a self-motivated, forward-thinking and enthusiastic person to take on the role of Clerk and Responsible Financial Officer.

Applicants should be able to demonstrate that they have administrative and financial experience, be highly organised and have the ability to work on their own initiative and to deadlines.

Good communication skills are also essential. A working knowledge of local government law and procedures is highly desirable or a willingness to learn through training. Applicants would need to be able to work from home.

Working hours are 50 per month, which includes attendance at evening meetings.

The salary scale is local government spinal column points 28 to 32 (currently £24,717 to £28,203 per annum) pro-rata. The starting point on the salary scale for the successful applicant would be dependent upon qualifications and experience.

For more information about the post, contact the current Clerk, Terry Jordan, by e-mail on clerk@elm-pc.org.uk or by telephoning 01354 279312.

Applicants should apply by submitting a CV and covering letter (explaining why they should be considered for the position) to Councillor John Brand, Chairman of Elm Parish Council, 4 Union Cottages, Coldham, Wisbech, Cambs, PE14 0LZ.

The closing date for the receipt of applications is 16 December 2016.

Notice of conclusion of audit.
Annual Return for the the year ended 31 March 2016
Section 1 - Annual governance statement 2015/2016
Section 2 - Accounting statements 2015/2016
Section 3 - External auditor certificate and report 2015/2016 Certificate

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Elm Parish Community Speedwatch - Making you and your family safer in Elm, Friday Bridge, Coldham and Ring's End.

Bus pass renewal Concessionary bus pass renewals