A week of work experience at the Town Council
Work Experience Weekly Diary- Kody Crosby, 2nd – 6th July 2018
- Spoke to Tatiana about responsibilities of the Town Council, who does what, different levels of council (town/parish, district, county).
- Showed around building by Lorna W.
- Began organising TC press file.
- Set up Council Chamber for evening Town Council Meeting with Lorna B.
- Continued working on press file throughout the day.
- Attended Town Council at 7pm (but arrived a little early in order to help set up more, put out jugs of water, handed out information).
- Shredded paper.
- Lorna B showed me how to add Town Council Meeting minutes to the website.
- Continued with press file, made a photo collage as a cover page throughout day.
- Alphabetized and made more labels for Sally.
- Went to the Princess Theatre with Sally to do accounting.
- Added to the Town Councils Twitter page.
- Downloaded planning documents for Wednesday’s Planning Committee Meeting, Lorna W showed me how.
- Finished organising the press file, put it into lever arch folder.
- Began typing up Weekly Diary.
- Copied and laminated posters to go up around Burnham and Highbridge.
- Lorna B showed me how meeting minutes are recorded and then typed up.
- Removed staples from old pamphlets and recycled them.
- Lorna W showed me how to add new internments and memorials to the database.
- Went through old burial record with Lorna W to work out location of section2/3 of Highbridge cemetery.
- Began putting together BJBC regulation booklets.
- Finished putting together BJBC booklets.
- Put together attendance spreadsheet for all meetings for the year so far, and up until March 2019.
- Went to the Princess Theatre with Lorna W and Andy Brewer, had a tour of the theatre.
- Went with Tommy in to town to put up posters.
- Put together agenda for Town Projects Committee.
- Used Franking machines for letters (agendas for Town Projects Committee).
- Looked for an Armillary Sphere online.
- Copied and printed all the Civic Award Nominations, organised them into packs (Most of the day).