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Welcome to the Great Elm Community Website
Updated 5
th April, 2017

Please email if you would like to see any additions or
amendments made to the Great Elm website

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& enter your post code. 
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Did you know that Crime Statistics are shown on www.police.uk
Just click on
“Find your neighbourhood”
& enter your post code.
See crime statistics for your area


The Queen’s Birthday Celebrations

12th June


A marvellous time was had by all

See the video click here https://youtu.be/OaqQRl_fw-E



Great Elm Parish Council require new Clerk ASAP


This is a part time post for 12 hours a week which includes a Parish Council meeting in the evening, currently bi-monthly on the fourth Monday of the month.

The successful candidate will be expected to handle the formal minutes, agendas, correspondence and accounts of the Council, presenting these for the annual audit and preparing the Council’s annual budget.

Training could be provided for a suitable candidate and salary is in accordance with the national recommended scale. The starting point will depend on qualifications and experience.

The Clerk works from home and should be computer literate.

Great Elm is a very small parish with few assets and a small precept thus making the role very manageable around other positions.

If you are interested or would like to discuss the post informally please contact the Clerk, Joy Book on 07704 584953 or email: parishcouncils.frome@gmail.com



Unfortunately, Joy, our current clerk, has retired due to other commitments. The Parish Council thank her for her dedication in her role and wish her the very best in her new appointments.


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Great Elm Parish Council Plans for 2017


The possibility of tidying up the area of the Great Elm 'Duck Pond' has been raised at the Parish Council.

Suggestions so far in this regard have been

(i) to reinstate a bench that has rotted away and whose stone supports have fallen over

(ii) to stabilize and re-grade the bank back to its previous condition subsequent to erosion by rainwater run-off

(iii) to clear away undergrowth.


If anyone wishes to support or object to these suggestions, or to offer other ideas (not just for the Duck Pond, but for other areas of the parish, too), the Parish Council would welcome any further suggestions or comments.


Please make these by contacting Parish Council members or emailing the Clerk,
Joy Book at parishcouncils.frome@gmail.com