Vacant position as town council clerk resigns

PUBLISHED: 08:00 01 November 2018

Burnham and Highbridge councils clerk Tatiana Cant.	Picture: Burnham and Highbridge Town council

Burnham and Highbridge councils clerk Tatiana Cant. Picture: Burnham and Highbridge Town council


Burnham and Highbridge Town Council’s clerk Tatiana Cant has resigned to move closer to family – and the authority is looking for someone to replace her.

She will be moving to Cornwall to take up her new position as the clerk of Perranzabuloe Parish Council.

Tatiana said: “I have become very attached to Burnham and Highbridge and have really enjoyed working on introducing changes to take the community forward.

“I know the new clerk will be able to continue these projects already underway at the council.

“I am extremely grateful to all of the lovely people I have met and for the tremendous support I have received during my time here.”

She will start her new role at the beginning of next year and the council is looking for a person with experience to replace her.

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