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Dickleburgh and Rushall Parish Council will release a new village guide next year




Dickleburgh and Rushall Parish Council is planning to release a new village guide next year.

The council is currently looking for someone who would like to conduct paid research for the guide.
The council is currently looking for someone who would like to conduct paid research for the guide.

Chairman Terence Blacker said: “We thought it was time for a new guide for residents and visitors as the old one is out of date. We would like to show how rich and varied Dickleburgh is and, at the same time, include important information for residents.”

The guide, which will receive a new design, will not only include walks and sites, but a list of services, phone numbers and websites.

“It is not going to be a waffly thing just about how beautiful Dickleburgh is, it is important to highlight the guide’s practicality, too,” said Mr Blacker.

Once the guide is published, it will be distributed to residents and will be included in a welcome pack for people who move to the village, free of charge.

The council is currently looking for someone who would like to conduct paid research for the guide.

“We are looking for someone who is a local resident, who knows the village and is efficient,” said Mr Blacker.

To apply for the position, email Ann Baker on clerkdrpc@yahoo.co.uk.



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