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TTC-May-2020

Tetbury Town Council has a vacancy for a – Receptionist/Administrator

Receptionist/Administrator Part-time – Permanent – £9,386 per annum Tetbury Town Council are seeking to recruit a permanent dynamic part-time Receptionist/Administrator. We are looking for someone to become the welcoming face of Town Council, Monday – Friday 9.30am – 1.30pm Applicants should be highly motivated and well organised, good oral, written communication, IT and strong interpersonal […]

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Mayor thanks Calcot Hotel for their commitment and drive to produce meals for Tetburys vulnerable residents.

Dear All, Cllr Martin Lea, our Covid-19 lead, has been informed that the free community meals that have been provided by Calcot Hotel will come to an end with the last meals going out on the 12th June. This is of course dependent on the restrictions continuing to be lifted, with the Calcot Hotel preparing […]

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Pyke Quarry, Horsley Recycling Centre to Re-open from Tues 26th May 2020

The Pyke Quarry, Horsley Household Recycling Centre (HRCs) will re-open from Tuesday 26th May for pre-booked visits only. Book Online: https://www.gloucestershirerecycles.com/ If you need assistance booking online, please contact a Tetbury Town Councillor or the Office Team who would be happy to help: https://tetbury.gov.uk/contact-us/ Read the full press release from Gloucestershire County Council here: http://orlo.uk/Pyke_Quarry_and_Oak_Quarry_HRCs_to_re-open_sZjab

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Domestic abuse support and advice

Are you suffering from domestic abuse or do you suspect that someone you know is? Come and speak to members of the Gloucestershire Constabulary for private advice and support at Tesco Tetbury on Wednesday 6th May 10am – 2pm. The engagement vehicle will be parked at supermarkets across Gloucestershire over the next few weeks. You […]

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HELP NEEDED

Tetbury Scrubbers – For the Love of Scrubs NHS and other Healthcare Professionals This group is being formed as a direct result of scrubs being required for a local nursing home in Tetbury. One of the administrators of the Cheltenham and Cirencester Hub, Collette Glynn, suggested to Annette Farrow that Tetbury should form their own […]

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