Tupton Parish Council

Serving the people of Tupton

Clerk/RFO: Mr David Massey
Tupton Parish Council, P O Box
779, Chesterfield, Derbyshire
S40 9PH

Tel: 01246 238738

Tupton Parish Council provides your local services. We strive to make Tupton a better place to live, work and play. Our website includes a wealth of information about how we conduct business and what we do. Use the search or browse the site to find whatever you are looking for. If you can't find the information you require then please contact us.

Latest News

Days when the Flag will be raised

Commonwealth Day (second Monday in March)
Birthday of Her Majesty the Queen - 21 April
St George's Day - 23 April
VE Day – 8 May
Royal Wedding – 19 May 2018
Coronation Day - 2 June
D-Day – 6 June
Official celebration of Her Majesty's birthday – 14th June any other year
Armed Forces Day - 30 June
Carnival – date to be confirmed each year
VJ day – 15 August
Remembrance Day (second Sunday in November to be left flying until the evening of 11th November)
Christmas Market – date to be confirmed each year
Christmas period – 24 December – 6 January

Posted: Sat, 21 Apr 2018 16:05 by David Massey

Tupton Parish Memorial Criteria & Nomination Form

Nomination Criteria:
• The nominee's involvement and depth of service in the community services organisation he or she served in Tupton Parish

• The nominee's special contribution which resulted in the growth or improvement of the organisation that the person served

• Nominee will be given consideration for any extra service outside of normal boundaries the nominee contributed to various groups or organisations within the Parish More »

• Nominee's long-term commitment to service and improvement of community life

• Nominee's daily practices while serving the community; e.g., diligently answering calls for service, taking appropriate action, etc.

• Ethical conduct: nominee consistently carried himself or herself in an ethical manner which exemplified moral courage and integrity

• Dependability: nominee always accepted and carried out regular volunteering or other duties

• Knowledge of community services: nominee expressed an exemplary understanding of the community service organisation he or she served, and was eager to improve personal knowledge and job skills related to the services of the community

• Leadership/attitude: nominee is a person of high morale standing with a positive mental outlook and an attitude that inspired others in the community, lead by example, and had the willingness to do the right thing, even if the action was unpopular

• Dedication and loyalty: the person being nominated must exhibit dedication and loyalty to his or her organisation at all times

• Nominee performed a courageous or heroic act in the line of duty, putting aside his or her personal self interest to serve or save others from harm or serious injury

Nominees meeting one or more of the above criteria will be considered by the Community Memorial Committee and passed on to the Parish Council for final approval and acceptance to the Parish of Tupton Community Memorial.

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Posted: Sat, 21 Apr 2018 15:59 by David Massey