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Latest News

Cllr John Blake

It is with great sadness that I need to report that Cllr John Blake passed away yesterday morning.

Our prayers and thoughts go out to John’s family and his partner Judith.  He was a prominent resident of Eye as well as being our current Deputy Mayor and will be greatly missed.

Planning Committee 14th September Cancelled

In view of the fact that the Council have not received any further planning applications for consideration since the Extra Ordinary meeting held on the 3rd September,  the Chair has made the decision to cancel the planning committee meeting scheduled for the 14th September.

Should any new applications be received they will be considered at the Full Council meeting on the 16th September.  A summary of decisions on planning applications will also be presented to Full Council for noting.

Vacancy for Public Convenience Cleaner

Part-time, Permanent

£8.72 an hour

Eye Town Council is seeking to employ a Public Convenience Cleaner at its newly refurbished and opened facility on Cross Street, car park, Eye. You will be responsible for all cleaning duties and the unlocking / locking of the public toilets.

  • Permanent
  • Part-time – 5 hours per week (Friday 1 hour, Saturday 2 hours, Sunday 2 hours)
  • Extra hours to cover staff holidays etc
  • £8.72 per hour
  • 20 days holiday
  • Varied hours over split shift

Do you have high standards of cleanliness? Do you enjoy working with members of the public?

If so, then this could be the job for you………

Your duties will include:

  • Locking & unlocking the toilets
  • Clean toilets using appropriate equipment, including chemicals and materials
  • Restock consumables in each toilet block
  • Report any problems that cannot be dealt with by the postholder
  • Maintain high standards of toilet cleaning
  • Dealing with members of the public

Ideally the job would be best suited to someone who lives locally, as it involves opening up the toilets in the morning, between midday and 2:00 pm for an inspection and cleanse and then returning at the end of the day to clean to lock up.

If this sounds like something you would like to do, then please get in touch.

Email Wendy Alcock, Town Clerk @ townclerk@eyesuffolk.org or telephone 07713 196251

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