CLOSING DATE 25TH SEPTEMBER 2020
PARK RANGER FOR WISTASTON PARISH COUNCIL
Working 12 hours per week, which includes regular weekend work of 1-hour Saturday and 1-hour Sunday (early morning) to check the children’s playground. Rate of pay £9.27 per hour (NJC Pay Scale Spinal Column Point 1)
Wistaston Parish Council are looking for a dedicated person to work individually and as part of a team with Wistaston Conservation Group, on a wide range of duties within the Parish of Wistaston. The post holder will be expected to perform duties with a minimum of supervision, should be capable of carrying out general manual labour, displaying good organisation skills, self-motivation, initiative and take pride in their work.
Specific areas of knowledge and responsibility include maintaining and enhancing Wistaston Parish Council’s recreation area and woodlands for residents and wildlife. Also keeping the children’s playground free from safety hazards, clean and tidy. Duties will include:-
Grass and shrubbery strimming
Sweeping playground, car park and paths
Cleaning playground, signs, notice boards, bus shelter, drains and silt traps
Minor repairs to gates, fences and woodland paths
Monthly Environmental Walkabout Inspections
Weed Treatment (following completion of training)
Emptying Waste Bin
Removal of Rope Swings
Due to the nature of the post the successful applicant will be subject to a Disclosure and Barring Service check.
A full job description is available upon request to Mrs. A. Cross, Clerk to the Council, email: email@example.com
Applications should be made by email to firstname.lastname@example.org by 25th September 2020 and should include address and telephone number.
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It is pleasing to report outstanding results in both the North West in Bloom and Community Pride Competitions.
North West in Bloom
Two awards – Gold Certificate for the general Parish and a special award to the Conservation Group for their outstanding work.
Two awards – Best Kept Village Award and a Little Gem Award for the flower bed in Church Lane opposite Wistaston Memorial Hall.
Congratulations to our Wistaston in Bloom, Conservation Group, Litter team and residents who contributed to this success.
Police Surgeries are being held where you can meet your local PCSO Sophie Jebb Bowman on a one to one basis. She is pictured here with our local PC Tim Clark. You can discuss any issues or concerns which are affecting you or your community at St. Mary’s Church Hall, Church Lane, Wistaston on the following dates and times:-
You can see what PCSO Sophie Jebb Bowman has been doing on her patrols on the Wistaston and Willaston Police Facebook page.
Wistaston Parish Council is looking for support in tackling dog fouling in the area! If you see any one let their dog foul and fail to pick it up please contact the Cheshire East Community Wardens on the details below
We are committed to reducing the level of dog fouling throughout Wistaston Dog fouling is an offence and carries a Fixed penalty notice of £80 and a maximum fine of £1000 upon conviction.
We now have an established group of volunteers who will be litter picking in Wistaston. Should you wish to join the group please contact the Clerk.
We have an active Community Speed Watch Group. Should you wish to join the Group please contact the Clerk. Up to the end of September 2019 the Community Speed Watch Team have reported 220 offences with a highest recorded speed of 60 mph.