The Town Mayor, Cllr Denise Faulkner, with children and staff from this year’s summer play scheme.
Young people pictured at a Newground project with the 2018 – 19 Mayor of South Kirkby, Councillor Denise Faulkner, last month to celebrate National Democracy Week.
National Democracy Week took place from 2nd – 8th July and is a week-long celebration of democracy in society.
The young people, who attend the Newground Reachout community project in South Kirkby, were visited by the Mayor who spoke to them about her role and democracy.
The 2018 – 19 Town Mayor, Cllr Denise Faulkner thanking the staff for their work on the recent Annual Community Festival – Sat 21st July 2018.
The 2018 – 19 Town Mayor, Cllr Denise Faulkner, (front row, left) and the 2018 – 19 Deputy Mayor, Cllr Joyce Tunstall (front row, 2nd from left) with their fellow mayors from other parishes before setting off for the Community Festival on Sat 21st July 2018.
The 2018 – 19 Mayor, Cllr Denise Faulkner (pictured right) and the 2018 – 19 Deputy Mayor, Cllr Joyce Tunstall (pictured left) with the Best and Reserve Best in Show from the Fun Dog Show run by P.A.W.S Dog Training Club – South Kirkby and Moorthorpe Community Festival Saturday 21st July 2018
Relief pre-school practitioners
We are currently seeking enthusiastic and flexible childcare practitioners to provide relief cover for our pre-school, as and when required and sometimes at short notice. If you have a relevant Level 2/3 childcare qualification, are enthusiastic, caring and flexible and have experience of working with children, we would love to hear from you.
To request an application pack, please contact the Grove on (01977) 642159 or via e-mail email@example.com or in person at the Grove on Stockingate in South Kirkby, WF9 3QF. Alternatively, an application pack can be downloaded from the “News” section of the Town Council’s website:
Please click on the link below to view the photos from the Family Easter Party that was held on Sunday 8th April
On 7th February 2018 the Town Council decided that the level of precept that householders pay in 2018-19 will remain the same as 2017-18.