Wingerworth Parish Council

Serving the people of Wingerworth

Clerk RFO: Charlotte Taylor
Wingerworth Parish Hall , New
Road , Wingerworth S42 6TB

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Wingerworth Parish Council provides your local services. We strive to make Wingerworth a better place to live, work and play. Our website includes a wealth of information about how we conduct business and what we do. Use the search or browse the site to find whatever you are looking for. If you can't find the information you require then please contact us.

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Reporting Pot Holes


Derbyshire County Council are responsible for the maintenance and repair of roads, including pavements or foot ways.

You can report an issue online via their website.

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You can also report any roads in need of repair to DCC or via the Parish Council Clerk

Posted: Thu, 26 Jan 2023 11:56 by Charlotte Taylor

Vacancy for a Part-Time Parish Clerk and Responsible Financial Officer (26 hours per week)

Vacancy for a Part-Time Parish Clerk and Responsible Financial Officer (26 hours per week)

Wingerworth Parish Council - Vacancy for a Part-Time Parish Clerk and Responsible Financial Officer (RFO)

26 hours per week - Grade NJC SCP 33 £39,493 per annum, pro rata (£20.47 per hour)

Wingerworth Parish Council have a vacancy for a part-time Clerk and RFO.

The Council is made up of 14 Councillors and meets monthly, on the second Thursday of the month (with the exception of August). The Council are dedicated to making Wingerworth a better place to live. More »

The appointed Clerk will also act as the Council's Responsible Finance Officer (RFO).

The Council own and maintain a number of premises and facilities, including a newly refurbished Parish Hall, two pavilions, three recreation grounds, play equipment, ponds, tennis courts and a bowling green.

The Clerk/RFO is the Proper Officer of the Council, and as such is under a statutory duty to carry out all the functions, and to serve or issue all the notifications required by law of a local authority's Proper Officer.

The Clerk has overall responsibility for all administrational requirements in relation to Council finances, services and activities and executes all aspects of Council business. This includes attending meetings, minute taking, events management support, controlling statutory and financial records, and ensuring that all legal requirements are met within prescribed time limits.

The Clerk is expected to advise the Parish Council on, and assist in the formation of policies, and to produce all the information required for effective decision making, and implementing all decisions.

The Clerk will be the main contact point on all Council matters.

For more details please see the full job advert attached or contact the Clerk » Less

Posted: Wed, 25 Jan 2023 15:23 by Charlotte Taylor

Community Speedwatch (CSW)

Community Speedwatch (CSW)

Community Speedwatch (CSW) groups play a proactive role in tackling speeding in hotspot areas.

Community Speedwatch groups are already being setup in local communities and we are encouraging residents to work with their Parish Council and community groups across their area to help drive down speeding in their villages and towns.

Members of the public and groups can apply for funding through the PCC Road Safety Grant to help set up a dedicated Community Speedwatch in their area. More »

To set up your own Community Speedwatch or to join an active group in your area, contact your local SNT via the Derbyshire Police website. Alternatively, contact the CSW team on » Less

Posted: Mon, 23 Jan 2023 19:51 by Charlotte Taylor