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New Parish Clerk takes up Office

Radley’s new parish clerk, Jane Dymock, takes up office this month and will be servicing her first meeting, that of the Conservation Working Party (Nature), next week, just to get her in her stride before the Annual Meeting of the full council, which will take place on Thursday 27th May.
 

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Jane Dymock

 

Jane grew up in Fife and Cheshire, came to Oxford to study and has lived in and around Oxford for 30 years.

She qualified as an architect and has a post-graduate qualification in Town Planning. She is also an experienced clerk, having been Parish clerk in Appleton for 8 years.

She married David and settled in Appleton in 1993. They have two teenage children.

She said

I am delighted to be Radley’s new parish clerk.  I’m looking forward to working for the council and getting to know Radley better.”

 
Jenny Standen, the current chairman of the Parish Council, said

Mrs Dymock was the winning candidate from a strong field of over two dozen applicants for the post, and promises to be a valuable asset to this community and a worthy successor to Sally Raven. The Parish Council is very much looking forward to working with her and wishes her well in her new post.

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