Welcome to the upland village of Horton in Ribblesdale situated at the heart of the Three Peaks area of the Yorkshire Dales National Park. The village is a renowned stopping off place on the Pennine Way and is a magnet for cavers and those who seek the tranquillity of the hills.
This site aims to provide a wealth of information and news for the community who live and work here as well as being a source of useful information for all our visitors both on line and in the flesh.
Are you highly motivated,enthusiastic, enjoy a challenge and keen to support our local community? If so Horton Parish Council needs you.
Clerk to the Parish Council and Responsible Financial Officer
Duties will include acting as adviser to the Council, minute taking, compilation of correspondence, keeping accurate records, maintaining accounts and following up actions on behalf of Councillors.
A salary of £10 per hour for approximately 16 hours work per month is payable plus agreed expenses.
Previous administrative experience is required as are good computer skills such as use of email, office programs and maintaining web sites.
An application form together with a detailed job description and person spec are in the document library on this site or available from:
Cllr Mrs Sheila Fleming Chairman Horton in Ribblesdale Parish Council South View Newhouses Horton in Ribblesdale BD24 0JE
tel: 01729 860394
Last Updated on Tuesday, 23 September 2014 11:42
Settle Storytelling Festival 2014
Written by Clerk
Tuesday, 22 July 2014 19:52
The 5th Settle Storytelling Festival is back. It’s bigger. More tantalising. More magical than ever before. There are over 40 events. Whether you’re 3 or 103 there’s something just for you.
Online Early Bird Tickets go on sale on the 28th July – there’s only a limited supply and they’re only available until the 15th September so snap them up quick!
Travel the world through stories in Settle this October. Save the date (10-12 October.) Join the mailing list and find out more: www.settlestories.org.uk
You’ll love it!
Last Updated on Thursday, 18 September 2014 06:39
Planning officers comments - Network Rail Development
Written by Clerk
Thursday, 30 May 2013 07:29
Further to the previous articlle that provides the response of Network Rail, I have copied below the substance of emails between the parish council and YDNPA planning officers for your information and use.
As many residents will know the parish council has been engaged in efforts to obtain answers to questions raised by attendees at the last parish council meeting on 13 May. We now have a response from Network Rail and I have copied the substance of their email below for your information and use.