Portishead clerk resigns to join Nailsea Town Council

PUBLISHED: 17:00 02 October 2018

Jo Duffy has worked for Portishead Town Council since 2012.

Jo Duffy has worked for Portishead Town Council since 2012.

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Portishead Town Council’s clerk has resigned after six years in the post.

Jo Duffy, who has also worked for Congresbury Parish Council, will move to a position at Nailsea Town Council in December.

Mrs Duffy said: “I am very excited about the prospect of working and assisting Nailsea Town Council with its plans for the future enhancement of the town.

“I will be sad to leave my staff and councillors here at Portishead and wish them all the best for the future.”

Portishead Town Council has thanked her for her work during her time as clerk.

A statement released by the council says: “Mrs Duffy has worked for Portishead Town Council since September 2012, and her hard work and enthusiasm will be missed by her staff and council members.

“We would like to take this opportunity to thank her for her service to the council and the town, and to wish her every success for the future.”


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