Over 50 guests gathered at the Town Hall on the evening of Wednesday 16th May 2018, where Huntingdon Town Councillors unanimously voted for Councillor Sarah Gifford to serve as the Mayor of Huntingdon for the local government year 2018/19. Councillor Steve McAdam was appointed as Deputy Mayor and Mrs Audrey McAdam as his Deputy Mayoress.
Announcements during the evening saw Mr Paul Wilson appointed as the Mayor of Huntingdon's Consort, Mr Dennis Smith appointed as the town's Macebearer, Reverend Andrew Milton as the Mayor's Chaplain and an Army Cadet as the Mayor's Cadet.
Photo credit to Hunts Post.
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- Part Time Caretaker Job Description 2018 05 10 (PDF, 16 Kb)
Job Description for the Part-Time Caretaker position (May 2018).
- Person Specification - Caretaker 2018 05 10 (PDF, 10 Kb)
Person Specification for a part-time Caretaker and Cleaner position at the Town Hall and the Medway Centre
- Grounds Maintenance Operative Job Description & Person Specification 2018 05 10 (Word Document, 640 Kb)
Grounds Maintenance Operative Job Description & Person Specification (May 2018)
- Application Form (Word Document, 111 Kb)
Application Form (Word Document)
- Application Form PDF (PDF, 148 Kb)
Application Form (PDF)
Huntingdon Town Council is working on a Neighbourhood Plan for Huntingdon. A Neighbourhood Plan gives local people the chance to have their say on the future of the town. In order to make sure the plan is an accurate representation of what the people of Huntingdon want, we need to hear from as many of you as possible.
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