Coxhoe Parish Council is delighted to announce the appointment of our new Parish Clerk.
After a rigorous recruitment exercise the Parish Council has appointed Claire Llwelyn. Claire lives in Coxhoe and was previously a Leader at Coxhoe Cubs, based in the Village Hall. Chair of the Parish Council, Councillor Stuart Dunn said, ‘We are delighted to have Claire on board to help us go forward with improving the Parish. Clair is very keen to get started and is excited by the prospect of working in the parish in which she lives.’ Claire will be taking up her role in mid December. More information about her and her working times will be publicised once she has taken up her new position.
Welcome to your new Clerk to the Parish Council, Claire Llewelyn, who will officially start in the role in Tuesday 12 December. Claire has lived in Coxhoe for over 15 years and knows Coxhoe and Quarrington Hill well. Councillors appointed Claire on the strength of her administration skills and community development experience. She brings knowledge and skills gained over a varied career. Her working background is in NHS learning disability services, community development for local government, Citizens Advice and lately pensions administration. Claire has a strong community focus and was Cub Scout Leader in Coxhoe for three years. Claire wants to ensure the Parish Council is accessible to the public and to further improve confidence in the villages that the Parish Council has the well-being of the community at its heart. There are exciting and interesting times ahead, including developing the next Parish Plan and ensuring our villages continue to thrive and be great places to live.
Opening hours will soon be available on notice boards and on the website and in social media. Claire said: ‘I am delighted to have been appointed to work for the Parish Council and the community. I am looking forward to working with people in our communities and ensuring their views and needs are channelled to the Councillors, and to supporting the Council in their decision making. I can’t wait to get started and encourage everyone to get involved in the local issues that affect us all’. . More information about Claire and her public working hours will be publicised here in due course.