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COULD YOU BE A PARISH COUNCILLOR?
The sad death of Councillor Maureen Lenehan-Ferguson has created a vacancy for a Parish Councillor for Trimdon Foundry. We are hoping to recruit someone who is keen to learn, and above all wants to make a difference for local people.
A by-election is not required for this vacancy so the appointment will be made by co-option. If you are interested in becoming a councillor, please contact the Parish Clerk, Kate Holmes, by Thursday 13th August, by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. The Clerk will send you an application form, to be submitted before Thursday 27th August. Applicants will be invited to address the Council at its next meeting on Tuesday 8th September, after which the Members will consider all applications and decide on the appointment.
Sedgefield’s church-planned Christmas Tree Festival has become the latest victim of the coronavirus.
The guestbook is for anyone to leave a message, question or opinion on anything related to Trimdon, and contains messages from 2004 onwards. Last entry 9th July 2020. Read it here
Trimdon Grange Community Centre
Monday July 26th will be the last day of food deliveries, however on 3rd August the centre will be offering a free hot meal to all they have helped since March - full details here.
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