PANCAKE DAY FLIPATHON

Photo by Hunts Post – Mayor of Huntingdon, Cllr David Landon Cole, hands over the golden frying pan to the Mayor of Godmanchester, Cllr Dick Taplin The Annual Pancake Flipathon took place on Shove Tuesday in Huntingdon.  Clearly the Mayor of Godmanchester, Cllr Dick Taplin had been training for the ‘Chain Gang’ race event as…

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CHARGING FOR USE OF COUNCIL LAND

Why the Town Council has a Use of Land Policy and Land Use Licenses Godmanchester Town Council maintains areas of land throughout the Town.  These green spaces are used by the community for relaxation and exercise. They include the Recreation Ground, Judith’s Field, Devana Park and Buttermel Meadow. Wherever possible the Town Council promotes free…

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VACANCY – TOWN WARDEN

Temporary basis (with a possibility of becoming permanent) part-time 9 hours per week (covering 3 days)- £11.22 per hour Godmanchester Town Council are seeking to recruit a Town Warden to provide not only a customer focused service but bring additional DIY skills to benefit the Town. The successful candidate will be forward thinking, proactive, conscientious,…

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COST OF LIVING EVENT – WEDNESDAY 18 JANUARY

Huntingdonshire District Council are holding a Cost of Living Event at Huntingdon Library on Wednesday 18 January from 12.00pm-4.30pm. It will be a one-stop opportunity for any resident  to get advice and help. Groups/services attending include Household Support Fund, Think Communities, PECT, Anglian Water, SCAMS, DWP Job Coach, Citizens Advice, Cambs Skills, Warm Spaces, Diamond…

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CHRISTMAS / NEW YEAR CLOSURE

The Town Council offices will close on Friday 23 December at 1.30pm and re-open again on Tuesday 3 January 2023 at 9.00am.  In the case of an emergency, please email admin@gmccouncil.com or telephone 01480 388870 to leave a message.  Emails and messages will be checked and urgent matters dealt with. The Community Plant Nursery will close…

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RESURFACING WORK – NEW YEAR

Please be advised that resurfacing work in the Town will commence in the New Year.  The entire route from London Road, through London Street, through Old Court Hall and Causeway (up to the roundabout) will be completed in stages, mostly at night.  The following notice was published in the Hunts Post,  

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