Removal of diseased tree
The cherry and conifer trees at the junction of Stoke Road and Deane Road will be removed between Tuesday 26th May and Thursday 28th May.
The road will be subject to temporary closures, so please be aware of this when travelling through the village.
Thank you for your cooperation.
Stokeinteignhead Parish Council
Due to government regulations regarding Covid-19, Stokeinteignhead Parish Council will be now meeting using Zoom. This can be downloaded to your device via the appropriate app store. You can also dial in to listen to the meeting using a landline.
All meetings are password protected, and the details can be found on the bottom of agendas which are added to our website, social media pages and the main notice board in the centre of the village.
Stokeinteignhead is a busy and pro-active council, with 8 parish councillors.
The parish council meets eleven times a year, on the second Tuesday evening of every month, except in August.
Working from home, the Clerk and Responsible Finance Officer is responsible for managing the council’s day to day business, providing advice, and implementing decisions. Applicants will need to be computer literate, able to prepare council agendas and record minutes, be familiar with bookkeeping and financial procedures and be able to correspond with external organisations on behalf of the council.
Working hours are 12 hours per week and salary will be dependent on qualifications and experience and will be in accordance with the NALC and SLCC recommendations.
The council currently holds the General Power of Competence. It would be advantageous for the candidate to hold the Cilca qualification or be willing to achieve this as training can be provided.
Please send CV and covering letter via email below.
For informal discussions about the role please contact the Clerk, Mrs Rachel Avery, on 01626 335813 or email email@example.com
Closing Date for applications: 12 noon on Friday 24th April 2020
Don’t miss this opportunity hear Graham Short talk about his extreme way of working to produce the smallest engravings, possibly in the world! Why does he work from midnight until 5.00am? Why does he inject Botox into his eyelids? Why does he lower his heart beat to 20 beats per minute? Why does he swim 10k daily? Tickets are £12.50 inc a two course supper and can be obtained from Stoke Village Shop of 07845 613855. Be prepared to be amazed!
STOKEINTEIGNHEAD VILLAGE HALL AGM
Thursday 10th October
7 – 7.30pm
Wine and Nibbles on the night.
New committee members urgently needed to support the current small group – forms available in the shop