parish clerk


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parish clerk

a person designated to assist in various church duties
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Summary: Jose Bernado Gomes, 62, who worked as a parish clerk for 32 years from 1980 to 2012 at the church, said he was beyond happy.
In a letter, Angela Livingston, parish clerk of Nunthorpe Parish Council, said: "Nunthorpe Parish Council has welcomed the reconsideration by Middlesbrough Council of options to ease the Marton Crawl.
Beverley Bell, parish clerk, said: "Snoxhall Fields car park is provided ancillary to the use of the recreational facilities at Snoxhall Fields only.
Parish clerk Sally Barber said: "I can assure you that sign was not authorised by HVPC.
He added: "The parish clerk is under strict instructions, damage to council property goes straight to police."
Anne Delandre, parish clerk of Trimdon Parish Council, says: "This was an ambitious and exciting undertaking for the parish council.
Documents for the sale of the house have been filed with the Land Records Division of the Orleans Parish Clerk of Court's Office, (http://www.eonline.com/news/805660/angelina-jolie-and-brad-pitt-sell-their-new-orleans-home-for-4-9-million) according to reports.
Former parish clerk Alec Wall, 75, said: "His comments have upset a lot of people.
Independent group Councillor Leech was accused of harassment and bullying parish clerk Jenny Walsh after he argued in a lengthy campaign that the running costs of Beaudesert and Henley Joint Parish Council were too high.
They were expected to show deference to their clerical managers and to do additional unpaid jobs such as church organist, choir master, parish clerk, and escort of their school children to Sunday services.
He could have been stuck there for even longer and I hate to think what could have happened then," the Telegraph quoted his daughter Jan Critchley, a parish clerk, as saying.