Mundford council clerk to move on

Fran Brown, who is stepping down from her role as clerk of Mundford Parish Council

Fran Brown, who is stepping down from her role as clerk of Mundford Parish Council - Credit: Archant

A council clerk who has been behind a series of community initiatives is calling it a day after eight years service.

Fran Brown's second stint as clerk and responsible officer to Mundford Parish Council will come to an end in the new year after she decided to move on.

Mundford's parish council has been called one of the most proactive in the county during her tenure, with a series of projects carried out.

These include the Mundford in Bloom project, the creation of the Jubilee Flower Bed, a new website for the council and a number of grants from funding sources.

She says her biggest achievement was the installation of the pedestrian crossing on the A134, completed in 2005.

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She said she will be still be engaged in village goings-on despite her departure from the parish council.

'I've really enjoyed serving the village and enjoyed working with the councillors, but want to find a new challenge and so have decided to leave now, knowing that there's a really positive feeling around the council's activities.

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'I'll still be heavily involved in village life, as for the last 11 years I've been a school governor at Mundford Primary School and I often help with fund-raising activities which I enjoy,' she said.

The council will now be advertising for a new clerk.

Contact the council on 01842 879130 or by the website for information regarding the vacancy.

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