ENABLING PARISH & TOWN COUNCILS IN GLOUCESTERSHIRE SINCE 1939

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Another CiLCA pass for a Gloucestershire Clerk

Congratulations to Joanna Noles, Clerk to Charlton Kings PC, who has successfully achieved CiLCA.

Posted: Fri, 24 Apr 2020 12:16 by Anita Sach

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CiLCA achievement

Congratulations to Grace Millar of Staunton Parish Council who has successfully passed the CiLCA qualification.

Posted: Tue, 14 Apr 2020 11:24 by Anita Sach

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CORONAVIRUS — INFORMATION FOR LOCAL (PARISH AND TOWN) COUNCILS

NALC has updated its dedicated webpage on the coronavirus. This includes further information on government email alerts, holding meetings, local (parish and town) councils supporting their communities and CiLCA deadlines. See the updates below:

Email alerts from the government

If you would like to keep up-to-date with the government information as it comes out then you can sign-up to their Covid-19 response... Read More »

Posted: Fri, 20 Mar 2020 16:58 by Alison Robinson

Tags: COVID19, CiLCA, Coronavirus, NALC, advice, news

CiLCA success

CiLCA success

Congratulations Lucy Biddle (Cam Parish Council) on the successful completion of the Certificate in Local Council Administration (CiLCA).

The prefect start to the festive season!

Posted: Tue, 26 Nov 2019 15:50 by Alison Robinson

Tags: Certicate in Local Council Administration, CiLCA, GAPTC, News, Stroud District, Training

Congratulations to Willersey PC clerk for achieving CiLCA

Kevin O'Donoghue from Willersey PC in the Cotswolds is the latest clerk to achieve the CiLCA qualification, so congratulations to him for an outstanding achievement.

If you are interested in taking the CiLCA qualification do get in touch.

Posted: Tue, 29 Oct 2019 11:25 by Anita Sach

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CiLCA mentoring sessions - commencing 11th October 2019

GAPTC have been asked to run additional CiLCA mentoring sessions, and have provisionally booked these to take place in Badgeworth Village Hall from 0930-1330 hrs on: -

Friday 11 October

Friday 6 December

Friday 7 February

Friday 3 April

The cost is :-

£235 – Councils with gross income up to £25,000

£395 - Councils with gross income greater than £25,000

If you are interested, please... Read More »

Posted: Tue, 10 Sep 2019 13:38 by Alison Robinson

Tags: Certicate in Local Council Administration, CiLCA, GAPTC, News, Training

NALC Chief Executive's bulletin

Spending Round 2019

Chancellor Sajid Javid delivered the Spending Round 2019 on 4 September in Parliament, setting out departmental spending plans for 2020/21. Headlines for local government include: principal authorities will have access to a £1.5 million social care down payment next year; an increase in business rate baseline levels to match inflation; £54 million of new funding to reduce... Read More »

Posted: Fri, 06 Sep 2019 13:46 by Alison Robinson

Tags: Certicate in Local Council Administration, CiLCA, DIS, Funding, National Association for Local Councils, News, Spending Round 2019, finance, scrutiny

CiLCA menoring sessions - commencing 11th October 2019

We have been asked to run additional CiLCA mentoring sessions, and have provisionally booked these to take place in Badgeworth Village Hall from 0930-1330 hrs on: -

Friday 11 October

Friday 6 December

Friday 7 February

Friday 3 April

The cost is :-

£235 – Councils with gross income up to £25,000

£395 - Councils with gross income greater than £25,000

However, we need a minimum... Read More »

Posted: Wed, 04 Sep 2019 14:16 by Alison Robinson

Tags: Certicate in Local Council Administration, CiLCA, Training, quality, sector qualification

More CiLCA success for Gloucestershire clerks

We are delighted to share the news of the success of Amanda Winstone of Bishops Cleeve PC who has passed the Certificate in Local Council Administration.

You too could become a qualified clerk and to support you we have new mentoring sessions starting on 11 October. Contact us for further details comms@gaptc.org.uk

Posted: Thu, 15 Aug 2019 10:09 by Anita Sach

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CiLCA success

Congratulations to Justine Hopkins who has become CiLCA qualified, adding to the growing number of qualified clerks across the sector.

Well done.

Posted: Thu, 18 Jul 2019 13:30 by Alison Robinson

Tags: Certicate in Local Council Administration, CiLCA, News, quality