One of the significant events to prepare for in the future, with an unknown date, is the passing of HM the Queen. Nationally, the State Mourning and Funeral plans have been prepared by the Earl Marshall, for a number of years and are regularly reviewed. Is your council ready for this major historic event, for which no date can be given and you will only get one chance to get it right? This webinar will look at the areas your council may wish to consider in making plans for Operation London Bridge.

From One Clerk To Another

A series hosted by clerks for clerks to help them gain further understanding, training and advice on various aspects of their jobs. By sharing experiences, creating a dialogue and demonstrating that clerks are not alone with various issues that have arisen throughout your career, it enables us to grow stronger in our profession. The aim of the sessions is to educate and raise awareness between clerks on a wide range of subjects; from daily skills, finance, communication & social media, communities, and emergency planning to name a few.

Operation London Bridge


Friday 2 September, 10:00am – 11:00am


The cost for this webinar is:
SLCC Members – £30 + VAT
Non-Members – £35 + VAT

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I would recommend anyone whose parish council is not minded to have anything put in place to attend and report back.

Valerie Tookey, Bassingbourn-cum-Kneesworth Parish Council

“Very useful and valuable experience. A “”must”” if your council is looking to undertake the act of remembrance in relation to a senior royal”

Terry Jordan, Wisbech Town Council

About the Trainer

Philip Peacock PSLCC, clerk to Huntingdon Town Council

Huntingdon Town Council continues to maintain all of its Civic traditions, and with his previous voluntary role as Chapter Steward at Ely Cathedral, Philip is used to managing both Civic and Church Protocol, along with how Church and State need to work together on National events.



Philip Peacock PSLCC, 2021/22 President

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