Bridgnorth Town Council has collated the following information for services and support available during the Coronavirus outbreak
The Town Council wishes to confirm that the Town Clerk, Mrs Anne Wilson has left the employment of Bridgnorth Town Council. The Council is now in the process of actively recruiting for the position of Town Clerk.
In the interim period Mr. Barry Ince will be Acting Town Clerk (Proper Officer) and Mrs Roslyn Williams is Acting Responsible Finance Officer, (RFO)
To contact the Acting Town Clerk, please email email@example.com
Anne Wilson – Statement on leaving Bridgnorth
Following some personal reflection I have made a decision to leave Bridgnorth Town Council in order to be able to spend more time caring for my family. I would like to take this opportunity to say that I have enjoyed representing Bridgnorth as a Town Clerk and the work, projects and events that I have undertaken at the Town Council, working alongside Councillors, community organisations and the residents of Bridgnorth and I wish all the best for the future the Town and the new Town Clerk.
I would also like to clarify that contrary to postings in the local press and on social media to the best of my knowledge all employment policies and procedures have been correctly followed during the course of my employment with Bridgnorth Town Council
Statement by Ron Whittle and Bridgnorth Town Council on Anne Wilson leaving Bridgnorth
On behalf of the Council I wish to make a statement on behalf of Anne Wilson, Bridgnorth Town Clerk. Circumstances have meant that Anne has been absent from work for the last few months. Following reflection during this time she has decided to step down from her role as Town Clerk to enable her to spend more time caring for her family.
Anne has worked for the Council for nearly 8 years and she has been a Town Clerk for more than 26 years. She has been a valued member of staff during her tenure at Bridgnorth. My fellow Councillors and I would like to wish Anne the best of luck in her future endeavours.