St Davids day holiday.

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Dear Isle of Anglesey Council,
It is noticed that St Davids Day is not an official bank holiday. The majority of your offices appear to be closed.
Are staff paid for this this unofficial holiday?

Yours faithfully,

Mr Creathorne

LEGA LPOLICY CYFRAITH POLISI, Isle of Anglesey County Council

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Anglesey County Council. For your information, this is not an
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request within 20 working days.

Yours sincerely

Huw Pierce Pritchard

Corporate Information Officer
Isle of Anglesey County Council

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24/02/2011 22:19 >>>
Dear Isle of Anglesey Council,
It is noticed that St Davids Day is not an official bank holiday.
The majority of your offices appear to be closed.
Are staff paid for this this unofficial holiday?

Yours faithfully,

Mr Creathorne


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LEGA LPOLICY CYFRAITH POLISI, Isle of Anglesey County Council

Dear Mr Creathorne,
I am advised that the response to you query is as follows:-

"Staff are paid for St. David's Day as part of the local terms and
conditions of employment."

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Beryl Jones
Information Compliance Officer.

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24/02/2011 22:19 >>>
Dear Isle of Anglesey Council,
It is noticed that St Davids Day is not an official bank holiday.
The majority of your offices appear to be closed.
Are staff paid for this this unofficial holiday?

Yours faithfully,

Mr Creathorne


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Dear LEGA LPOLICY CYFRAITH POLISI,

What exactly are "local terms and conditions of employment"?

Yours sincerely,

Mr Creathorne

Beryl Jones, Isle of Anglesey County Council

1 Atodiad

- please see below response that was sent to you (reply to your
e-mail) on 10.3.11.

Dear Mr Creathorne, Local terms and conditions of service are based
on the National Terms and Conditions of Service for the Public
Sector ( The Green Book) and can vary from Council to Council.

You can access the Green Book by following the link below and I
attach a copy of our Local conditions for your information.
http://www.lge.gov.uk/lge/core/page.do?p...

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request for information, and / or the decision made to withhold
information, you may ask for an internal review. Please address
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Council Offices, Llangefni, Ynys Môn LL77 7TW (E-mail:
[email address]).

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have the right to apply directly to the Information Commissioner,
Wycliffe House, Water Lane, Wilmslow SK9 5AF. Please note that the
Information Commissioner is likely to expect internal review
procedures to have been exhausted before beginning his
investigation.

Regards, Beryl Jones Information Compliance Officer.

Dear Beryl Jones,
where in this document is the specific "St Davids Day" reference? i.e. page number.

Yours sincerely,

Mr Creathorne

Beryl Jones, Isle of Anglesey County Council

1 Atodiad

Mr Creathorne, Please see page 3 of the Local Conditions that was
sent as an attachment to the original response "Statutory /
Concessionary holidays" - attached here again for ease of
reference.

Regards

Beryl Jones Information Compliance Officer.