Notice of Conclusion of the Audit Annual Return
for the year ended 31st March 2017
PART TIME MUSEUM ASSISTANT (1 post)
12 HOURS PER WEEK - FRIDAY, SATURDAY AND SUNDAY;
AND BANK HOLIDAYS
Scale 1 Point 11 - 13 £15,807.00 - £16,491.00 (pro rata)
You will be the first point of contact with Museum Visitors.
Key duties include: greeting visitors, providing information, cash handling, cleaning, merchandising, organising events, lectures and temporary exhibitions.
The ideal candidate must be able to work individually and as part of a team, have experience of a public facing role, be social media savvy, and preferably have retail skills.
Experience of working in a museum environment and a customer care certificate
would be desirable.
By application only, CVs not accepted.
Closing Date: - Monday 2
Interview Date – Tuesday 17th October 2017
Shropshire Council Parking Strategy Consultation
Will the proposals work for Ludlow?
Have your say!
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Annual Core Grant Funding 2018/19
The application process for Annual Core Grant Funding from Ludlow Town Council is currently open, all applications must be submitted to the Council by the 8th September 2017 for consideration by Full Council to be included in the Council's budget for 2018/19. The relevant forms and criteria are available below.
Annual Core Grant Funding Application Form 2018/19
LUDLOW TOWN COUNCIL
MAYOR'S CHARITY 2017-2018
The Mayor's chosen Charity for 2017-2018 is Citizen's Advice (Ludlow)
MAYOR'S CHARITY FUNDRAISING EVENTS 2017-18
PUDDING EVENING - SATURDAY 11TH NOVEMBER 2017
There are six puddings to try:-
· Almond Cake from Parkway Restaurant
· Chocolate Brownie from Wildwoods
· Fresh Ginger, Treacle and Roasted Plum Tart from Dugan’s Patisserie
· Black Forest Brownie Gateau from the Rose and Crown
· Bailey’s Cheesecake with toffee topping from The Charlton Arms
· Lemon Tart with chocolate cinnamon pastry with an orange chocolate
meringue cream from Bistro 7.
Vote for your ‘star pudding’ of the night.
All proceeds will be going to the Mayor’s Charity, Citizen’s Advice (Ludlow).
Tickets are £6.00 each in advance only and are limited - hurry don't miss out!
NORTHERN SOUL & MOTOWN EVENING - SATURDAY 27TH JANUARY 2018 - MORE DETAILS TO FOLLOW
MAYOR'S CHARITY SPONSORED SWIM - SATURDAY 3RD MARCH 2018
MORE DETAILS TO FOLLOW
CHARITY DINNER & DANCE - SATURDAY 17TH MARCH 2018 - MORE DETAILS TO FOLLOW
Annual Report for 2016-2017
Click here to read the annual report for 2016-2017
Click here to see the Town Council's response to Amnesty International's Sponsored Petition on racism and xenophobia
Ludlow Museum at the Buttercross
Open 12th August 2016. Open Every Week.
Friday 10-4pm, Saturday 10-4pm, Sunday 10-4pm.
Closed between Christmas Eve and New Years Day.
Follow the link to The Friends of Ludlow Museum Website
WWI 1914-1918 Members are considering school sustainability in Shropshire. Please click here for more information
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The historic market town of Ludlow is celebrated for its distinctive individual charm. Ludlow Town Council (LTC) is proud to be actively involved development of Ludlow for the benefit of residents and visitors.
Ludlow still retains elements of its original medieval layout and has nearly five hundred listed buildings. Arguably, the most famous is the magnificently preserved ruin of Ludlow Castle dating from 1085.
Click here for more information on the NEW interactive display.
The majority of services in Shropshire and Ludlow are provided by:
On 1 April 2009 Shropshire became a unitary authority called Shropshire Council, which assumed responsibility for all services previously provided by Benefits
Planning & Building Control (Shropshire Council)
General Planning Public Access (Shropshire Council)
Local Development Online Planning Register
for information on planning
Members are considering school sustainability in Shropshire.
Please click here for more information