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Chief Executive Officer: Alison Robinson
Cranham House (the OPEX
Building), Falcon Close, Green
Farm Business Park, Gloucester
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Formed by Parish Councils --- Run for Parish Councils --- Delivering to Parish Councils

The Gloucestershire Association of Parish and Town Councils (GAPTC) is a not for profit membership organisation, representing, training and advising the parish and town councils of Gloucestershire, who form the grass roots tier (or first level) of local government in England.

GAPTC offer members a resource of vital, operational information and facilitate communication at all levels of the parish network - district, county, regional and national.

As a membership association we are unable to deal with queries from the public, but we are happy to make general information available through this website, which helps to increase understanding and awareness about the sector.

Latest News

Hillesley & Treshem PC Clerk/RFO vacancy

Hillesley & Tresham PC, in Stroud District, has a vacancy for a Clerk/RFO. See ad in job vacancies section

Thu, 20 Apr 2017 12:57 by Anita Sach

NALC seeking Improvement & Development Manager

NALC is looking for an Improvement & Development Manager in London. This is a key role driving forward their work on a range of improvement and development programmes for councils and county associations of local councils, including the delivery of the new National Improvement Strategy for Parish and Town Councils and initiatives such the Local Council Award Scheme.

Full details and application form can be found on nalc.gov.uk/about/careers

Tue, 18 Apr 2017 15:08 by Anita Sach

Precept raises - obtaining a Gloucestershire picture

Oxfordshire ALC had a meeting of its larger councils yesterday. There was a discussion about referendum principles.

In Oxfordshire, it appears that a good proportion of this year's increase will be due to two local factors – parishes funding children's centres which would otherwise have closed; and councils supporting local bus services.

Thame Town Council has estimated that less than 2% of its precept increase is for traditional Thame services, the rest is for additional services and ones previously provided by principal councils. More »

Please can you contact GAPTC to let us know what local factors have affected your precept? If possible could you do so by Friday 28th April, as we are collating this information to present to NALC; as part of the case to national government. » Less

Thu, 13 Apr 2017 13:51 by Alison Robinson