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An opportunity has arisen for a self-employed individual to take on the role of Lengthsman for Cabus Parish Council. This is a varied outdoor role involving a range of work, including maintenance of verges, hedges and gullies, litter picking, grass strimming etc. The contract will be for an average of 5 hours per week, for 35 weeks per annum, commencing from April 1, 2023. Hourly rate of pay is £14. The Parish Lengthsman also receives a 50% contribution towards the cost of their Public Liability Insurance and all expenses associated with materials purchased for work undertaken on behalf of the Parish Council (woodstain/fuel/paint etc) are paid for by the Parish Council.For further information and to apply please contact the Cabus Parish Clerk (Louise Banton) on 01995 601618 or email email@example.com
Rolling update of Climate Measures Discussed at Cabus Parish Council Meetings since the Parish Council declared a Climate Emergency on 23.09.2019 - Climate Emergency Measures (.pdf)
Cabus Parish Council publishes another leaflet promoting walks in and around Cabus - this time, it's a 'Country Walk in Cabus' which brings the complement of local Cabus Leaflets to three:
Cabus Parish Council publishes another leaflet promoting walks in and around Cabus - this time, it's a canal walk through Cabus and Winmarleigh - download your copies here (including our Historic Cabus Map, published 2019), or pick up a copy in the Garstang Tourist information Centre.
Climate Change Ideas Welcomed - Cabus residents are invited to contact the Clerk with ideas that could be taken up by Wyre Borough Council and Lancashire County Council for reducing/offsetting carbon emissions (see also: https://www.gov.uk/guidance/climate-change-explained). All ideas welcomed!
Bus stop on A6 near Gubberford Lane - LCC Highways work to clear drains and resolve the pavement issue which has contributed to the flooding of the bus stop in this area. A vast improvement for Cabus and hopefully this will finally resolve the long standing issue of flooding at the bus stop. Before and after photos are below.
Cabus Parish Council declared a Climate Emergency at its meeting on 23.09.2019 and considered active measures by which to positively contribute to the overall reduction /offsetting of Carbon Emissions within its realm of influence, activities, duties and powers. This will be a standing item on forthcoming Cabus Parish Council agendas.