Tuxford Town Council has vacancies for Councillors.
Before applying read the guidance by clicking on the link.
If you are interested in becoming a Councillor please email the office stating the reasons why you would like to be a Councillor and the qualities which you feel you would bring to the role.
The existing Councillors will then consider your request and may co-opt you on to Tuxford Town Council. The period of the office is till the next elections which are due to be held May 2019.
Any business wishing to quote for installation & provision of the following please send information to Tuxford Town Council, The Beeches Community Centre, Birch Court, Tuxford. NG22 0NF. Please ensure a copy of your insurance is enclosed with the quote.
Details are as follows:
provide a quote for 4 replacement CCTV cameras (4 x vari-focal Analogue HD Turret cameras
• Analog HD output up to 5mp resolution
• 2.8-12mm motorized vari-focal lens
• True Day/Night
• OSD Menu, DNR, Smart IR
• EXIR technology, up to 40m IR distance
• IP67 weatherproof
Along with installation of the same connected to a relatively new recorder (approx. April 2018)
Please note the office is closed until 11th July 2018.
The next Council Committee meetings are 12th July 2018 commencing at7pm
Booking Form QUOTING NEW ADDRESS Christmas Market 2018TTC Privacy Notice May 2018Once again preparation is underway. If you would like to put any ideas forward please do not hesitate to contact the office.
There will be stalls, entertainment, Santa’s Grotto & plenty of Christmas cheer!
Due to resignation of a Councillor there is a Casual vacancy. Please refer to attached notice.TUXFORD Casual Vacancy Notice Rupe Binnig May 2018
Annual Town Meeting on Thursday 17th May 2018 commences at 7pm. at The Beeches Community Centre, Birch Court, Tuxford.
This is not a Council meeting merely hosted by the Town Council.
It is a meeting of the parishioners of the Town.
There will be three way temporary traffic signals at the above junction from Monday 26th March – Friday 29th March 2018 each night from 21:00 until 06:00 due to BT cabling works
Enquiries & emergency contact : A Plant Lux – Tom Drake – 03700 500792
Above temporary overnight road closure is for bridge examination.
Any problems contact Centurion Site Services – Louise Pape – 01132 775360
Please note with effect from 1st October 2017 Tuxford Town Council will move to The Beeches Community Centre, Birch Court, Tuxford, Notts. NG22 0NF and from that date all correspondence should be sent there.
With effect from October 2017 Council meetings will be held on first & third Thursday of the month at The Beeches. Members of the public have the right to attend Council meetings.
The Council have been successful in retaining a Police presence in the Tuxford area on the retirement of PC Bill Bailey; a letter has been received from Chief Inspector Andy Rooke confirming this.
letter from Chief Inspector Rooke August 2017
Come along to The Beeches, Birch Court, Tuxford and question Notts. Police Commissioner Paddy Tipping on Thursday 28th September 2017 from 7 – 9pm.
If you are interested in the future Policing of Tuxford come and have your say.
Preparation is underway for this year’s Christmas Fair & a booking form for stalls can be found by following the linkBooking Form QUOTING NEW ADDRESS Christmas Market 2017
If you would like to volunteer to assist with the Fair or you have any ideas for improving it please do not hesitate to contact the office on Tuesday or Wednesday.
The office will be open Wednesday & Thursday 10am to 12.00pm. If these times present you with a problem please contact the office.
Outside these times you can contact the Council via e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a message on 01777 870192.
Council Meetings are held on first & third Thursday of the month.
DECLARATION OF RESULT OF POLL
Neighbourhood Planning Referendum
I Neil Taylor, being the Counting Officer at the above referendum held on Thursday
10 November 2016, do hereby give notice that the results of the votes cast is as follows:
Do you want Bassetlaw District Council to use the Neighbourhood Plan for Tuxford to help it decide planning applications in the neighbourhood area?
Votes Recorded Percentage
Number cast in favour of a Yes 227 81.6%
Number cast in favour of a No 51 18.3%
The number of ballot papers rejected was as follows: Number of
A want of an official mark 0
B voting for more answers than required 0
C writing or mark by which voter could be identified 0
D being unmarked or wholly void for uncertainty 1
E rejected in part 0
Electorate: 2021 Ballot Papers Issued: 279 Turnout: 13.8%
And I do hereby declare that more than half of those voting have voted in favour of the Neighbourhood Plan.