Covid-19 Community Aid

WRAGBY PARISH COUNCIL

VACANCY FOR CLERK - PLEASE SEE CLERK PAGE

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WRAGBY PARISH COUNCIL HAS AGREED TO HOLD MEETINGS IN A VIRTUAL FORMAT UNDER THE LOCAL AUTHORITIES (CORONAVIRUS) REGULATIONS 2020. MEETINGS WILL BE HELD AS AND WHEN REQUIRED. DELEGATED POWERS HAVE BEEN GRANTED TO THE CLERK AND CHAIRMAN TO ALLOW ALL MATTERS OF THE COUNCIL TO BE CARRIED OUT WITH MINIMAL REQUIREMENTS FOR MEETINGS. THIS POSITION WILL BE REVIEWED REGULARLY AND FOLLOWING ANY CHANGES OF LEGISLATION OR GUIDANCE ISSUED.

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Wragby Cemetery is currently OPEN. All visitors are asked to maintain social distancing in the cemetery and not to use it as a meeting place. All visitors will be excluded from the cemetery whilst maintenance work is being carried out for the safety of staff and visitors (usually Thursdays).

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There are three Councillor vacancies currently. If you are interested in becoming a Councillor for Wragby Parish Council please contact the Clerk for further details.

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Wragby is a village of just under 900 households. It sits on the western edge of the Lincolnshire Wolds, on the A158 between Lincoln and Skegness and the A157 to Louth. The village is within the East Lindsey District Council area and the wider area of Lincolnshire County Council.

It is a rural village with shops around the Market Place. There is an hourly bus service to Lincoln and the coast.  Wragby has a town hall, a swimming pool, a youth centre, a library, a primary school and a health centre just to mention a few of the facilities in the village.

The Parish Council meets on the first working Monday of every month - except August and January - in the Town Hall.  Everyone is welcome to attend the public forum, which takes place before each meeting, and ask questions or make a short statement.