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New Commoner Applications

New Commoner Applications Applications are now open if you wish to take up your rights. You need to fill in an application form which is available on the website and return together with the supporting birth certificate. Applications need to be sent to Marie Coates, Clerk to the Trustees of King’s Heath by 29th April […]

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Vacancy for an Assistant Archivist

We currently have a vacancy for an assistant archivist whose main role is to help the archivist care for our records, to be a key part of publicity and exhibition work and to manage the content of our website.  A significant knowledge of our organisation and history is essential. A small honorarium is paid annually. […]

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Vacancy on Warden and Freemen Trustees

We currently have a vacancy for an Assistant Burgess or Landholder to serve as a Trustee to the Warden and Freemen. This role involves monthly meetings (generally on the first Monday of each month) to be part of a team with responsibility for the many residential and commercial properties, car parks and garage/storage facilities overseen […]

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Allotment Waiting List

Warden and Freemen have two main allotment sites down Harpers Lane, (just off the Triangle) and on Foxley Road on the outskirts of town. We have a short waiting list and typically vacancies can occur at the end of March and end of September. Please use the contact form on this site to request to […]

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Residential Lets

Warden and freemen own and manage a number of residential properties. When these become vacant they are let through Maison Let at market rents. To express an interest and keep up to date please register an interest with Maison Let, 48 High Street, Malmesbury SN16 9AT – 01666 822426.

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Car Park Waiting List

Warden and Freemen have two main car parking spaces off St John’s Street and a smaller car park to the rear of Bristol Street. The waiting list for the St John’s street area is very long and there is little movement. The list for Bristol Street is much shorter. Please use the contact form on […]

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