Clerk's Toolkit: Understanding Core Roles in Parish Councils

Clerk's Toolkit: Understanding Core Roles in Parish Councils

This session will concentrate on the roles and relationships within a parish council .

Event date Tue 13 Oct 2020 10:00 am
Event Ends Tue 13 Oct 2020 1:00 pm
Registered 3
Available places 7
Registration closes Mon 12 Oct 2020 10:00 am
Notes £15 for member clerks
Speaker Gill Lungley
Location WALC Zoom Room

9.30 am

Zoom Meeting Room

will open for pre-session chat.
There will be scheduled breaks during the session.

9.30 am - 1:00 pm

Core Roles in Parish Councils

  • The legal status of Parish Councils & their purpose
  • An introduction to clerking & the clerk's contract & job description
  • The position of councillors including the chairman/vice-chairman
  • The Council as an employer, HR policies, staff management & training


1.5 CPD Points



for officers from member councils with a budgeted income of over £6,000

£10.00 for officers from member councils with a budget of £6,000 or less

£50.00 per delegate for non-member officers


Free places for Clerks Toolkit

We are offering 6 Clerk Toolkit Sessions for the Price of 5. When you have booked and paid for 5 toolkit sessions WALC will send you a coupon code so you can book your 6th session for free. This offer is per person and not per council.


For those intending to complete the CiLCA qualification

this session is particularly relevant to LO1/LO4/LO5/LO6/LO8/LO12/LO22

Terms and Conditions of Registration

Please read

Full terms and conditions of registration

With thanks to:

Long Itchington Parish Council

for providing the room and refreshments for this event.



Gill Lungley

Gill holds a BA (Hons) in Business Studies, and started working for parish councils in 1991 and gaining the Cert. HE Local Policy Studies from Cheltenham and Gloucester in 1995 and a BTec in similar subject from Worcester College. Then, because Gill loves the subject and wanted to share it with a wider audience she took the PTLLS qualification (Preparing to Teach in the Lifelong Learning Sector) in 2009.

Experienced Clerk

Gill has worked for one PC for 11 years, then took a break of 3 years before returning to clerking and have now worked for another 6 councils ranging in size from electorates of more than 5,000 to less than 400.

Valued Tutor

She has represented Worcestershire as county representative at SLCC’s NEC and is a member of the Institute of Local Council Management, which means that she keeps up to date with personal training and CPD. Currently Gill works part-time for two parish councils as well as delivering CALC training.

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