Cirencester Town Council has received a prestigious award as part of the Local Council Award Scheme. The Council has been accredited as a Quality Gold Council.
The Quality Gold Award is evidence based and independently assessed demonstrating that a council is at the forefront of best practice and achieves excellence in governance, community leadership and council development. Quality Gold councils provide leadership for their communities, bringing people together, have excellent business planning processes, ensuring value for money as well as constantly seeking new innovations and opportunities to improve. They highlight the very best we, as a sector, can achieve for our communities.
Andrew Tubb, CEO and the Chair of the Council, Cllr Claire Bloomer said, “that the award and accreditation recognises the dedication and commitment of everyone at Cirencester Town Council, in making a difference through what the Council does for and on behalf of the community.”
Sir Geoffrey Clifton Brown, has also recognised this achievement and says “I am delighted that Cirencester Town Council have received Quality Gold Status as part of the National Local Council Award scheme, in recognition of the service they provide to the people of Cirencester, and send my congratulations to the Council on this success.”
Local councils are at the very heart of their communities; giving neighbourhoods a voice and making people more involved in the decisions that affect them. Over 15 million people (35% of the population) live in the communities served by a local town or parish council. Local councils want to serve their communities as best they can and to make a real difference in the lives of the people that live there. E: firstname.lastname@example.org / T: 01285 655646 www.cirencester.gov.ukwww.nalc.gov.uk
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