The closing date for applications has now closed. An update will be provided once we have appointed a new Lengthsman. We currently have a vacancy for a Parish Lengthsman. The role will be self-employed and is anticipated to be 20 hours per week over 48 weeks of the year.
Living in Werrington we enjoy the benefit of a semi-rural existence with wonderful views of unspoilt countryside and unique moorland of unequalled scientific interest. Sadly, not everyone sees it for the beauty spot it is, and some use it as a place to dump their rubbish out of sight
Following a spate of mindless vandalism in the village, Parish Council Chairman and ASB Officer, Cllr Kenn Griffiths has praised the work of locally deployed Police Community Support Officers and Young People in the village. The Parish Council spent more than £100,000 improving the facility and developing the children’s play
Councillor Kenn Griffiths, Chair of Werrington Parish Council (left) with David Shaw, Chair of Werrington Community Volunteers Group launching the new joint initiative Neighbourhood Plan. A new vision for the village of Werrington will be developed for the first time as a joint venture between the Parish Council, under the
Chairman, Cllr Kenn Griffiths is eager to make sure that families in the Parish don’t miss out on this initiative. Cllr Griffiths, a qualified children and family social worker says, “ This is a great opportunity that will help parents financially and give children a wonderful start to explore their
County Councillor Ross Ward has now confirmed that they are finally in a position to start training people for the Werrington & Cellarhead Community Speedwatch Group. As there have been many serious accidents and incidents over the years on Ash Bank, the intention is to start the project there before