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Tender – Handyman & Moving Service


Clayton Parish Council wish to appoint up to two contractors to provide general services to the Parish Council.


The services we may require:

  • Lifting and moving of Council equipment
  • Cleaning ‘Welcome to Clayton’ signage and cutting back vegetation around them.
  • Transporting of goods (including Flower Baskets)
  • Erecting hanging baskets, flags and visual safety check
  • Assembling of tables / stalls / gazebos etc.
  • General maintenance works, possibly to include painting, drilling and erecting furniture.
  • Licensed disposal of general waste

A full specification is available for download: CPC_HandymanTender

The closing date for applications is: 12 noon on 1st October 2019. Completed applications must be received by email or post by this time.

It is proposed that the contract will run from 1st November 2019 until 31st October 2020.

Any questions or queries regarding this tender should be emailed to:

Exciting upcoming events at the library


Clayton Hybrid Library and Information Centre is run by both Bradford Council and Clayton Parish

Council Volunteers. We hold weekly story time & crafts or Rhyme time sessions at 10.00am on 

Thursdays, during term time.  

Clayton Library is open during the following times:

Monday: 9.30-7pm, Tuesday 12-5 pm, Thursday 9.30-7pm & Saturday 9.30-4pm

We welcome all visitors and will be running a Spring Crafts event during the May Bank holidays and 

celebrating Bookstart week from 3rd to 9th June with a Car crafts theme.




Fantastic turnout for the defibrillator training & information evening.

Clayton Village Hall - Tuesday 26th February 2019 at 7pm


Great to see so many residents attend a training and information evening held at the Village hall last night.

Dave Jones and Jo Watson from West Yorkshire Ambulance service came and explained basic first aid and what happens if you call

999 and they need you to access one of our community defibrillators.

Hope everyone felt much more confident in just what to do in the unfortunate event that you would need to use one. 

Thanks again for the fundraising efforts of Clayton Women's Institute, Clayton Liberal Club  and  also to the

Community Lottery fund for thegrant that we were awarded which has seen Clayton

with a great coverage of this potentially life saving piece of equipment.