VACANCY NOTICE for small works contract
We need someone to clean our six bus shelters, six notice boards and ten parish benches in the village.
The work involves light cleaning (brushing, dusting, wiping, polishing) of the above every other month.
The facilities are between Otterbourne Hill and Sparrowgrove with short detours to Cranbourne Drive and the Recreation Ground; 6 hours per clean at £15/hour, no fixed time for work, contract will be initially for one year at £540/annum.
Training, risk assessment and public liability insurance may be provided.
Otterbourne Parish Council is an equal opportunities employer.
Please call the Clerk to obtain more information.
Julie Ayre on
Do you enjoy living in Otterbourne?
Would you like to have some influence on
what happens in your village?
Have you thought of joining your Parish Council?
There are currently two vacancies to be filled by co-option.
WHAT THE PARISH COUNCIL DOES
It is involved in making decisions about many aspects of village life
including: play areas, recreation grounds and open spaces,
footpaths and street care, conservation,
planning and development and many other matters,
as well as spending £40,000 of your annual Council Tax.
WORKING AS A COUNILLOR
Councillors want to take part in our village: to make improvements
and ensure it remains a safe and pleasant place in which to live.
Come along to a meeting to see how we work and either contact the
Parish Clerk or fill out the website form for more information.
The Hampshire County Council consultation on 20mph speed limits has now gone live
The deadline for responses will be extended to mid-September.
Many thanks indeed
Cllr Jan Warwick
Executive Member for Climate Change
Hampshire County Councillor
Winchester Downlands Division
I am writing to let you know that Hampshire County Council has appointed Rocon Contractors
Limited to carry out works to construct a Zebra Crossing and resurface the carriageway
outside Nisa Local on Main Road, Otterbourne. The scheme is designed to improve pedestrian
safety at a popular crossing point as requested by the County Councillor and Parish Council.
The works are scheduled to start Monday 18 July 2022 until August 5 2022. Working hours will
be 9:30am to 4:00pm, Monday to Friday. To maximise safety, 3-way traffic lights will be in
place during construction hours.
I would like to take this opportunity to apologise for any disturbance that the works may cause
but please be assured that we will aim to keep inconvenience to a minimum. However, it
should be noted that the works are weather dependent and may need to be re-arranged at
short notice in the event of adverse weather.
For programme updates and further information about the scheme please visit the project
improvements. If you have any comments or queries, please contact us via email at
firstname.lastname@example.org quoting Zebra Crossing, Otterbourne.
Senior Project Officer
Hampshire County Council - Transport