Clerk to the Parish Council

Lowick Parish Council seeks a self-motivated, confident person with an interest in the local community for the post of Clerk to the Parish Council from 8 July 2020. The Clerk is responsible for managing the Council’s day to day business, providing advice, and implementing decisions. The Clerk is also the councils Responsible Financial Officer.

Applicants will need to be IT literate (including familiarity with the Internet, use of Microsoft Office, data security and back up and regard to privacy implications of GDPR) , able to prepare council agendas and record minutes, be familiar with book keeping and financial procedures and be able to correspond with external organisations on behalf of the Council.

Working hours are expected to average about one hour per week plus about four hours every two months to prepare, attend, make notes and execute actions from bi-monthly council meetings.

The salary will be in accordance with nationally agreed scales.  With the exception of meetings attendance, the post holder will be expected to work from home and will be provided with a computer.

The Council meets in the evening, normally on the third Thursday of every other month, with other meetings being called as required. Formal training and plenty of help and advice will be available.

How to apply

Applications, including your CV if you have one prepared, should be sent to Cllr Graham Sanderson. Please mark as “Private and confidential”.

Closing date: 28 June 2020


Postal address:
Langholme Mill
Lowick Green
LA12 8ES

Lowick Show 2020

Statement from the committee

Lowick Show committee have regrettably come to the decision to cancel this years show.

It is not a decision that has come to us lightly and we hoped that with being one of the later shows there may still be chance of going ahead. However, due to the ongoing uncertainty of Covid-19 we feel this is the best thing to do.

Stay safe and we hope to see you next year on Saturday 4 September 2021!

Green bin collection

Green bin collection to be partially reintroduced

A green bin waste collection is being partially re-introduced by South Lakeland District Council (SLDC) after it was suspended at the end of March.

SLDC suspended green waste collections in response to reduced staffing levels due to the Coronavirus outbreak and restrictions to ensure crews could work safely and comply with social distancing guidelines.

The council now believes it has sufficient resource to look at re-introducing a green bin collection on a monthly basis, while still allowing crews to work safely.

Starting week commencing 4 May

  • check your collection calendar and leave your green bin out on your next scheduled collection day
  • collection crews will begin emptying green bins on the round on the scheduled collection day
  • one collection per household each month until further notice

Not emptied

If your bin has not been emptied by the end of the scheduled collection day please take your bin back in and present it again on the next scheduled green bin collection day according to your calendar, when the crews will return to continue the rest of the round.