Image of Digby Village centre Winter 2010

Photo by Ange

Welcome to the Digby Parish Council Website

 YOU ARE INVITED TO ATTEND

DIGBY

ANNUAL PARISH MEETING

TO BE HELD ON

THURSDAY 16th APRIL 2015

AT

7.00PM

IN THE

MEMORIAL HALL, DIGBY

 

            VACANCY for the position of CLERK

Up to 10 hours per week including one evening meeting per month.

Applicants should have good communication skills, be computer literate (Word & Excel), be able to work independently and as part of a team.

 Previous experience in a clerical role & bookkeeping skills would be advantageous.

Previous experience as a Parish Council Clerk desirable.

Salary is negotiable dependent on skills & experience.

For further details please contact the Parish Clerk on

01400 262702 or email digbypc@gmail.com

Closing date for applications: Friday 10 April 2015.

 

Digby is located in the county of Lincolnshire.  A small rural village just 6 miles north of Sleaford and 12 miles south of Lincoln.

With a population of just over 500, Digby enjoys peace and tranquility that's becoming hard to find in many parts of England.

Digby C of E School has 88 pupils and is situated behind the Church.

The fine Anglican Church dedicated to St.Thomas-a-Becket was built in the Gothic style and well worth a visit.

The Digby War Memorial Hall is located in Church Street, opposite the old pub built in during the 1600s, The Red Lion.  The gardens fronting the hall have been extensively refurbished and during the evening the multi-coloured LED lights which represent the searchlights used during WW2 are clearly visible.

The Spires and Steeples heritage trail runs straight through the village, as does the annual Spires and Steeples Challenge, an annual charity run/walking event.

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