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Parish Council Meeting
Apr
15
7:00 PM19:00

Parish Council Meeting

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The Parish Council welcomes members of the public attending Parish Council Meetings

If you wish to speak, ask questions or give evidence in relation to the business of the meeting, there is a public participation session on the agenda near the beginning of each Parish Council meeting.

This is what you may expect :

There will be 15 minutes set aside for public participation.
There is a limit of 5 minutes per speaker, followed by questions from Councillors as appropriate.
Councillors will listen to your point of view and will do their best to respond.
Members of the public are welcome to stay and listen, but are not able to take part in the subsequent discussions.
Minutes taken of the proceedings will identify the member of the public.
If members of the public do not wish their identity to form part of the minutes, which are a public record, they can express their views on any business to the Council in writing, and if necessary in confidence. It should be remembered that a record of written 'in confidence' representations may still be disclosable under the Freedom of Information Act 2000.

This information is based on the Standing Orders approved at the Parish Council Meeting on 20th February 2008.

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Parish Council Meeting & AGM
May
20
7:00 PM19:00

Parish Council Meeting & AGM

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The Parish Council welcomes members of the public attending Parish Council Meetings

If you wish to speak, ask questions or give evidence in relation to the business of the meeting, there is a public participation session on the agenda near the beginning of each Parish Council meeting.

This is what you may expect :

There will be 15 minutes set aside for public participation.
There is a limit of 5 minutes per speaker, followed by questions from Councillors as appropriate.
Councillors will listen to your point of view and will do their best to respond.
Members of the public are welcome to stay and listen, but are not able to take part in the subsequent discussions.
Minutes taken of the proceedings will identify the member of the public.
If members of the public do not wish their identity to form part of the minutes, which are a public record, they can express their views on any business to the Council in writing, and if necessary in confidence. It should be remembered that a record of written 'in confidence' representations may still be disclosable under the Freedom of Information Act 2000.

This information is based on the Standing Orders approved at the Parish Council Meeting on 20th February 2008.

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Parish Council Meeting
Jun
17
7:00 PM19:00

Parish Council Meeting

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The Parish Council welcomes members of the public attending Parish Council Meetings

If you wish to speak, ask questions or give evidence in relation to the business of the meeting, there is a public participation session on the agenda near the beginning of each Parish Council meeting.

This is what you may expect :

There will be 15 minutes set aside for public participation.
There is a limit of 5 minutes per speaker, followed by questions from Councillors as appropriate.
Councillors will listen to your point of view and will do their best to respond.
Members of the public are welcome to stay and listen, but are not able to take part in the subsequent discussions.
Minutes taken of the proceedings will identify the member of the public.
If members of the public do not wish their identity to form part of the minutes, which are a public record, they can express their views on any business to the Council in writing, and if necessary in confidence. It should be remembered that a record of written 'in confidence' representations may still be disclosable under the Freedom of Information Act 2000.

This information is based on the Standing Orders approved at the Parish Council Meeting on 20th February 2008.

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Parish Council Meeting
Jul
15
7:00 PM19:00

Parish Council Meeting

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The Parish Council welcomes members of the public attending Parish Council Meetings

If you wish to speak, ask questions or give evidence in relation to the business of the meeting, there is a public participation session on the agenda near the beginning of each Parish Council meeting.

This is what you may expect :

There will be 15 minutes set aside for public participation.
There is a limit of 5 minutes per speaker, followed by questions from Councillors as appropriate.
Councillors will listen to your point of view and will do their best to respond.
Members of the public are welcome to stay and listen, but are not able to take part in the subsequent discussions.
Minutes taken of the proceedings will identify the member of the public.
If members of the public do not wish their identity to form part of the minutes, which are a public record, they can express their views on any business to the Council in writing, and if necessary in confidence. It should be remembered that a record of written 'in confidence' representations may still be disclosable under the Freedom of Information Act 2000.

This information is based on the Standing Orders approved at the Parish Council Meeting on 20th February 2008.

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Parish Council Meeting
Sep
16
7:00 PM19:00

Parish Council Meeting

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The Parish Council welcomes members of the public attending Parish Council Meetings

If you wish to speak, ask questions or give evidence in relation to the business of the meeting, there is a public participation session on the agenda near the beginning of each Parish Council meeting.

This is what you may expect :

There will be 15 minutes set aside for public participation.
There is a limit of 5 minutes per speaker, followed by questions from Councillors as appropriate.
Councillors will listen to your point of view and will do their best to respond.
Members of the public are welcome to stay and listen, but are not able to take part in the subsequent discussions.
Minutes taken of the proceedings will identify the member of the public.
If members of the public do not wish their identity to form part of the minutes, which are a public record, they can express their views on any business to the Council in writing, and if necessary in confidence. It should be remembered that a record of written 'in confidence' representations may still be disclosable under the Freedom of Information Act 2000.

This information is based on the Standing Orders approved at the Parish Council Meeting on 20th February 2008.

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Parish Council Meeting
Oct
21
7:00 PM19:00

Parish Council Meeting

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The Parish Council welcomes members of the public attending Parish Council Meetings

If you wish to speak, ask questions or give evidence in relation to the business of the meeting, there is a public participation session on the agenda near the beginning of each Parish Council meeting.

This is what you may expect :

There will be 15 minutes set aside for public participation.
There is a limit of 5 minutes per speaker, followed by questions from Councillors as appropriate.
Councillors will listen to your point of view and will do their best to respond.
Members of the public are welcome to stay and listen, but are not able to take part in the subsequent discussions.
Minutes taken of the proceedings will identify the member of the public.
If members of the public do not wish their identity to form part of the minutes, which are a public record, they can express their views on any business to the Council in writing, and if necessary in confidence. It should be remembered that a record of written 'in confidence' representations may still be disclosable under the Freedom of Information Act 2000.

This information is based on the Standing Orders approved at the Parish Council Meeting on 20th February 2008.

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Parish Council Meeting
Nov
18
7:00 PM19:00

Parish Council Meeting

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The Parish Council welcomes members of the public attending Parish Council Meetings

If you wish to speak, ask questions or give evidence in relation to the business of the meeting, there is a public participation session on the agenda near the beginning of each Parish Council meeting.

This is what you may expect :

There will be 15 minutes set aside for public participation.
There is a limit of 5 minutes per speaker, followed by questions from Councillors as appropriate.
Councillors will listen to your point of view and will do their best to respond.
Members of the public are welcome to stay and listen, but are not able to take part in the subsequent discussions.
Minutes taken of the proceedings will identify the member of the public.
If members of the public do not wish their identity to form part of the minutes, which are a public record, they can express their views on any business to the Council in writing, and if necessary in confidence. It should be remembered that a record of written 'in confidence' representations may still be disclosable under the Freedom of Information Act 2000.

This information is based on the Standing Orders approved at the Parish Council Meeting on 20th February 2008.

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Parish Council Meeting
Mar
18
7:00 PM19:00

Parish Council Meeting

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The Parish Council welcomes members of the public attending Parish Council Meetings

If you wish to speak, ask questions or give evidence in relation to the business of the meeting, there is a public participation session on the agenda near the beginning of each Parish Council meeting.

This is what you may expect :

There will be 15 minutes set aside for public participation.
There is a limit of 5 minutes per speaker, followed by questions from Councillors as appropriate.
Councillors will listen to your point of view and will do their best to respond.
Members of the public are welcome to stay and listen, but are not able to take part in the subsequent discussions.
Minutes taken of the proceedings will identify the member of the public.
If members of the public do not wish their identity to form part of the minutes, which are a public record, they can express their views on any business to the Council in writing, and if necessary in confidence. It should be remembered that a record of written 'in confidence' representations may still be disclosable under the Freedom of Information Act 2000.

This information is based on the Standing Orders approved at the Parish Council Meeting on 20th February 2008.

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Parish Council Meeting
Feb
18
7:00 PM19:00

Parish Council Meeting

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The Parish Council welcomes members of the public attending Parish Council Meetings

If you wish to speak, ask questions or give evidence in relation to the business of the meeting, there is a public participation session on the agenda near the beginning of each Parish Council meeting.

This is what you may expect :

There will be 15 minutes set aside for public participation.
There is a limit of 5 minutes per speaker, followed by questions from Councillors as appropriate.
Councillors will listen to your point of view and will do their best to respond.
Members of the public are welcome to stay and listen, but are not able to take part in the subsequent discussions.
Minutes taken of the proceedings will identify the member of the public.
If members of the public do not wish their identity to form part of the minutes, which are a public record, they can express their views on any business to the Council in writing, and if necessary in confidence. It should be remembered that a record of written 'in confidence' representations may still be disclosable under the Freedom of Information Act 2000.

This information is based on the Standing Orders approved at the Parish Council Meeting on 20th February 2008.

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Parish Council Meeting
Jan
21
7:00 PM19:00

Parish Council Meeting

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The Parish Council welcomes members of the public attending Parish Council Meetings

If you wish to speak, ask questions or give evidence in relation to the business of the meeting, there is a public participation session on the agenda near the beginning of each Parish Council meeting.

This is what you may expect :

There will be 15 minutes set aside for public participation.
There is a limit of 5 minutes per speaker, followed by questions from Councillors as appropriate.
Councillors will listen to your point of view and will do their best to respond.
Members of the public are welcome to stay and listen, but are not able to take part in the subsequent discussions.
Minutes taken of the proceedings will identify the member of the public.
If members of the public do not wish their identity to form part of the minutes, which are a public record, they can express their views on any business to the Council in writing, and if necessary in confidence. It should be remembered that a record of written 'in confidence' representations may still be disclosable under the Freedom of Information Act 2000.

This information is based on the Standing Orders approved at the Parish Council Meeting on 20th February 2008.

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Parish Council Meeting
Nov
19
7:00 PM19:00

Parish Council Meeting

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The Parish Council welcomes members of the public attending Parish Council Meetings

If you wish to speak, ask questions or give evidence in relation to the business of the meeting, there is a public participation session on the agenda near the beginning of each Parish Council meeting.

This is what you may expect :

There will be 15 minutes set aside for public participation.
There is a limit of 5 minutes per speaker, followed by questions from Councillors as appropriate.
Councillors will listen to your point of view and will do their best to respond.
Members of the public are welcome to stay and listen, but are not able to take part in the subsequent discussions.
Minutes taken of the proceedings will identify the member of the public.
If members of the public do not wish their identity to form part of the minutes, which are a public record, they can express their views on any business to the Council in writing, and if necessary in confidence. It should be remembered that a record of written 'in confidence' representations may still be disclosable under the Freedom of Information Act 2000.

This information is based on the Standing Orders approved at the Parish Council Meeting on 20th February 2008.

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Parish Council Meeting
Oct
15
7:00 PM19:00

Parish Council Meeting

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The Parish Council welcomes members of the public attending Parish Council Meetings

If you wish to speak, ask questions or give evidence in relation to the business of the meeting, there is a public participation session on the agenda near the beginning of each Parish Council meeting.

This is what you may expect :

There will be 15 minutes set aside for public participation.
There is a limit of 5 minutes per speaker, followed by questions from Councillors as appropriate.
Councillors will listen to your point of view and will do their best to respond.
Members of the public are welcome to stay and listen, but are not able to take part in the subsequent discussions.
Minutes taken of the proceedings will identify the member of the public.
If members of the public do not wish their identity to form part of the minutes, which are a public record, they can express their views on any business to the Council in writing, and if necessary in confidence. It should be remembered that a record of written 'in confidence' representations may still be disclosable under the Freedom of Information Act 2000.

This information is based on the Standing Orders approved at the Parish Council Meeting on 20th February 2008.

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Parish Council Meeting
Sep
17
7:00 PM19:00

Parish Council Meeting

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The Parish Council welcomes members of the public attending Parish Council Meetings

If you wish to speak, ask questions or give evidence in relation to the business of the meeting, there is a public participation session on the agenda near the beginning of each Parish Council meeting.

This is what you may expect :

There will be 15 minutes set aside for public participation.
There is a limit of 5 minutes per speaker, followed by questions from Councillors as appropriate.
Councillors will listen to your point of view and will do their best to respond.
Members of the public are welcome to stay and listen, but are not able to take part in the subsequent discussions.
Minutes taken of the proceedings will identify the member of the public.
If members of the public do not wish their identity to form part of the minutes, which are a public record, they can express their views on any business to the Council in writing, and if necessary in confidence. It should be remembered that a record of written 'in confidence' representations may still be disclosable under the Freedom of Information Act 2000.

This information is based on the Standing Orders approved at the Parish Council Meeting on 20th February 2008.

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Parish Council Meeting
Jul
16
7:00 PM19:00

Parish Council Meeting

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The Parish Council welcomes members of the public attending Parish Council Meetings

If you wish to speak, ask questions or give evidence in relation to the business of the meeting, there is a public participation session on the agenda near the beginning of each Parish Council meeting.

This is what you may expect :

There will be 15 minutes set aside for public participation.
There is a limit of 5 minutes per speaker, followed by questions from Councillors as appropriate.
Councillors will listen to your point of view and will do their best to respond.
Members of the public are welcome to stay and listen, but are not able to take part in the subsequent discussions.
Minutes taken of the proceedings will identify the member of the public.
If members of the public do not wish their identity to form part of the minutes, which are a public record, they can express their views on any business to the Council in writing, and if necessary in confidence. It should be remembered that a record of written 'in confidence' representations may still be disclosable under the Freedom of Information Act 2000.

This information is based on the Standing Orders approved at the Parish Council Meeting on 20th February 2008.

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Parish Council Meeting
Jun
18
7:00 PM19:00

Parish Council Meeting

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The Parish Council welcomes members of the public attending Parish Council Meetings

If you wish to speak, ask questions or give evidence in relation to the business of the meeting, there is a public participation session on the agenda near the beginning of each Parish Council meeting.

This is what you may expect :

There will be 15 minutes set aside for public participation.
There is a limit of 5 minutes per speaker, followed by questions from Councillors as appropriate.
Councillors will listen to your point of view and will do their best to respond.
Members of the public are welcome to stay and listen, but are not able to take part in the subsequent discussions.
Minutes taken of the proceedings will identify the member of the public.
If members of the public do not wish their identity to form part of the minutes, which are a public record, they can express their views on any business to the Council in writing, and if necessary in confidence. It should be remembered that a record of written 'in confidence' representations may still be disclosable under the Freedom of Information Act 2000.

This information is based on the Standing Orders approved at the Parish Council Meeting on 20th February 2008.

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Parish Council Meeting ( Followed by the AGM at 8.00pm)
May
21
7:00 PM19:00

Parish Council Meeting ( Followed by the AGM at 8.00pm)

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The Parish Council welcomes members of the public attending Parish Council Meetings

If you wish to speak, ask questions or give evidence in relation to the business of the meeting, there is a public participation session on the agenda near the beginning of each Parish Council meeting.

This is what you may expect :

There will be 15 minutes set aside for public participation.
There is a limit of 5 minutes per speaker, followed by questions from Councillors as appropriate.
Councillors will listen to your point of view and will do their best to respond.
Members of the public are welcome to stay and listen, but are not able to take part in the subsequent discussions.
Minutes taken of the proceedings will identify the member of the public.
If members of the public do not wish their identity to form part of the minutes, which are a public record, they can express their views on any business to the Council in writing, and if necessary in confidence. It should be remembered that a record of written 'in confidence' representations may still be disclosable under the Freedom of Information Act 2000.

This information is based on the Standing Orders approved at the Parish Council Meeting on 20th February 2008.

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Parish Council Meeting
Apr
16
7:00 PM19:00

Parish Council Meeting

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The Parish Council welcomes members of the public attending Parish Council Meetings

If you wish to speak, ask questions or give evidence in relation to the business of the meeting, there is a public participation session on the agenda near the beginning of each Parish Council meeting.

This is what you may expect :

There will be 15 minutes set aside for public participation.
There is a limit of 5 minutes per speaker, followed by questions from Councillors as appropriate.
Councillors will listen to your point of view and will do their best to respond.
Members of the public are welcome to stay and listen, but are not able to take part in the subsequent discussions.
Minutes taken of the proceedings will identify the member of the public.
If members of the public do not wish their identity to form part of the minutes, which are a public record, they can express their views on any business to the Council in writing, and if necessary in confidence. It should be remembered that a record of written 'in confidence' representations may still be disclosable under the Freedom of Information Act 2000.

This information is based on the Standing Orders approved at the Parish Council Meeting on 20th February 2008.

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Parish Council Meeting
Mar
19
7:00 PM19:00

Parish Council Meeting

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The Parish Council welcomes members of the public attending Parish Council Meetings

If you wish to speak, ask questions or give evidence in relation to the business of the meeting, there is a public participation session on the agenda near the beginning of each Parish Council meeting.

This is what you may expect :

There will be 15 minutes set aside for public participation.
There is a limit of 5 minutes per speaker, followed by questions from Councillors as appropriate.
Councillors will listen to your point of view and will do their best to respond.
Members of the public are welcome to stay and listen, but are not able to take part in the subsequent discussions.
Minutes taken of the proceedings will identify the member of the public.
If members of the public do not wish their identity to form part of the minutes, which are a public record, they can express their views on any business to the Council in writing, and if necessary in confidence. It should be remembered that a record of written 'in confidence' representations may still be disclosable under the Freedom of Information Act 2000.

This information is based on the Standing Orders approved at the Parish Council Meeting on 20th February 2008.

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Parish Council Meeting
Feb
19
7:00 PM19:00

Parish Council Meeting

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The Parish Council welcomes members of the public attending Parish Council Meetings

If you wish to speak, ask questions or give evidence in relation to the business of the meeting, there is a public participation session on the agenda near the beginning of each Parish Council meeting.

This is what you may expect :

There will be 15 minutes set aside for public participation.
There is a limit of 5 minutes per speaker, followed by questions from Councillors as appropriate.
Councillors will listen to your point of view and will do their best to respond.
Members of the public are welcome to stay and listen, but are not able to take part in the subsequent discussions.
Minutes taken of the proceedings will identify the member of the public.
If members of the public do not wish their identity to form part of the minutes, which are a public record, they can express their views on any business to the Council in writing, and if necessary in confidence. It should be remembered that a record of written 'in confidence' representations may still be disclosable under the Freedom of Information Act 2000.

This information is based on the Standing Orders approved at the Parish Council Meeting on 20th February 2008.

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Parish Council Meeting
Jan
15
7:00 PM19:00

Parish Council Meeting

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The Parish Council welcomes members of the public attending Parish Council Meetings

If you wish to speak, ask questions or give evidence in relation to the business of the meeting, there is a public participation session on the agenda near the beginning of each Parish Council meeting.

This is what you may expect :

There will be 15 minutes set aside for public participation.
There is a limit of 5 minutes per speaker, followed by questions from Councillors as appropriate.
Councillors will listen to your point of view and will do their best to respond.
Members of the public are welcome to stay and listen, but are not able to take part in the subsequent discussions.
Minutes taken of the proceedings will identify the member of the public.
If members of the public do not wish their identity to form part of the minutes, which are a public record, they can express their views on any business to the Council in writing, and if necessary in confidence. It should be remembered that a record of written 'in confidence' representations may still be disclosable under the Freedom of Information Act 2000.

This information is based on the Standing Orders approved at the Parish Council Meeting on 20th February 2008.

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Parish Council Meeting
Nov
20
7:00 PM19:00

Parish Council Meeting

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The Parish Council welcomes members of the public attending Parish Council Meetings

If you wish to speak, ask questions or give evidence in relation to the business of the meeting, there is a public participation session on the agenda near the beginning of each Parish Council meeting.

This is what you may expect :

There will be 15 minutes set aside for public participation.
There is a limit of 5 minutes per speaker, followed by questions from Councillors as appropriate.
Councillors will listen to your point of view and will do their best to respond.
Members of the public are welcome to stay and listen, but are not able to take part in the subsequent discussions.
Minutes taken of the proceedings will identify the member of the public.
If members of the public do not wish their identity to form part of the minutes, which are a public record, they can express their views on any business to the Council in writing, and if necessary in confidence. It should be remembered that a record of written 'in confidence' representations may still be disclosable under the Freedom of Information Act 2000.

This information is based on the Standing Orders approved at the Parish Council Meeting on 20th February 2008.

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Parish Council Meeting
Oct
16
7:00 PM19:00

Parish Council Meeting

The Parish Council welcomes members of the public attending Parish Council Meetings

If you wish to speak, ask questions or give evidence in relation to the business of the meeting, there is a public participation session on the agenda near the beginning of each Parish Council meeting.

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This is what you may expect :

There will be 15 minutes set aside for public participation.
There is a limit of 5 minutes per speaker, followed by questions from Councillors as appropriate.
Councillors will listen to your point of view and will do their best to respond.
Members of the public are welcome to stay and listen, but are not able to take part in the subsequent discussions.
Minutes taken of the proceedings will identify the member of the public.
If members of the public do not wish their identity to form part of the minutes, which are a public record, they can express their views on any business to the Council in writing, and if necessary in confidence. It should be remembered that a record of written 'in confidence' representations may still be disclosable under the Freedom of Information Act 2000.

This information is based on the Standing Orders approved at the Parish Council Meeting on 20th February 2008.

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Parish Council Meeting
Sep
18
7:00 PM19:00

Parish Council Meeting

The Parish Council welcomes members of the public attending Parish Council Meetings

If you wish to speak, ask questions or give evidence in relation to the business of the meeting, there is a public participation session on the agenda near the beginning of each Parish Council meeting.

This is what you may expect :

There will be 15 minutes set aside for public participation.
There is a limit of 5 minutes per speaker, followed by questions from Councillors as appropriate.
Councillors will listen to your point of view and will do their best to respond.
Members of the public are welcome to stay and listen, but are not able to take part in the subsequent discussions.
Minutes taken of the proceedings will identify the member of the public.
If members of the public do not wish their identity to form part of the minutes, which are a public record, they can express their views on any business to the Council in writing, and if necessary in confidence. It should be remembered that a record of written 'in confidence' representations may still be disclosable under the Freedom of Information Act 2000.

This information is based on the Standing Orders approved at the Parish Council Meeting on 20th February 2008.

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Parish Council Meeting
Jul
17
7:00 PM19:00

Parish Council Meeting

The Parish Council welcomes members of the public attending Parish Council Meetings

If you wish to speak, ask questions or give evidence in relation to the business of the meeting, there is a public participation session on the agenda near the beginning of each Parish Council meeting.

This is what you may expect :

There will be 15 minutes set aside for public participation.
There is a limit of 5 minutes per speaker, followed by questions from Councillors as appropriate.
Councillors will listen to your point of view and will do their best to respond.
Members of the public are welcome to stay and listen, but are not able to take part in the subsequent discussions.
Minutes taken of the proceedings will identify the member of the public.
If members of the public do not wish their identity to form part of the minutes, which are a public record, they can express their views on any business to the Council in writing, and if necessary in confidence. It should be remembered that a record of written 'in confidence' representations may still be disclosable under the Freedom of Information Act 2000.

This information is based on the Standing Orders approved at the Parish Council Meeting on 20th February 2008.

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Parish Council Meeting
Jun
19
7:00 PM19:00

Parish Council Meeting

The Parish Council welcomes members of the public attending Parish Council Meetings

If you wish to speak, ask questions or give evidence in relation to the business of the meeting, there is a public participation session on the agenda near the beginning of each Parish Council meeting.

This is what you may expect :

There will be 15 minutes set aside for public participation.
There is a limit of 5 minutes per speaker, followed by questions from Councillors as appropriate.
Councillors will listen to your point of view and will do their best to respond.
Members of the public are welcome to stay and listen, but are not able to take part in the subsequent discussions.
Minutes taken of the proceedings will identify the member of the public.
If members of the public do not wish their identity to form part of the minutes, which are a public record, they can express their views on any business to the Council in writing, and if necessary in confidence. It should be remembered that a record of written 'in confidence' representations may still be disclosable under the Freedom of Information Act 2000.

This information is based on the Standing Orders approved at the Parish Council Meeting on 20th February 2008.

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Parish Council Meeting and AGM
May
15
7:00 PM19:00

Parish Council Meeting and AGM

The Parish Council welcomes members of the public attending Parish Council Meetings

If you wish to speak, ask questions or give evidence in relation to the business of the meeting, there is a public participation session on the agenda near the beginning of each Parish Council meeting.

This is what you may expect :

There will be 15 minutes set aside for public participation.
There is a limit of 5 minutes per speaker, followed by questions from Councillors as appropriate.
Councillors will listen to your point of view and will do their best to respond.
Members of the public are welcome to stay and listen, but are not able to take part in the subsequent discussions.
Minutes taken of the proceedings will identify the member of the public.
If members of the public do not wish their identity to form part of the minutes, which are a public record, they can express their views on any business to the Council in writing, and if necessary in confidence. It should be remembered that a record of written 'in confidence' representations may still be disclosable under the Freedom of Information Act 2000.

This information is based on the Standing Orders approved at the Parish Council Meeting on 20th February 2008.

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Parish Council Meeting
Apr
24
7:00 PM19:00

Parish Council Meeting

The Parish Council welcomes members of the public attending Parish Council Meetings

If you wish to speak, ask questions or give evidence in relation to the business of the meeting, there is a public participation session on the agenda near the beginning of each Parish Council meeting.

This is what you may expect :

There will be 15 minutes set aside for public participation.
There is a limit of 5 minutes per speaker, followed by questions from Councillors as appropriate.
Councillors will listen to your point of view and will do their best to respond.
Members of the public are welcome to stay and listen, but are not able to take part in the subsequent discussions.
Minutes taken of the proceedings will identify the member of the public.
If members of the public do not wish their identity to form part of the minutes, which are a public record, they can express their views on any business to the Council in writing, and if necessary in confidence. It should be remembered that a record of written 'in confidence' representations may still be disclosable under the Freedom of Information Act 2000.

This information is based on the Standing Orders approved at the Parish Council Meeting on 20th February 2008.

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Parish Council Meeting
Mar
20
7:00 PM19:00

Parish Council Meeting

The Parish Council welcomes members of the public attending Parish Council Meetings

If you wish to speak, ask questions or give evidence in relation to the business of the meeting, there is a public participation session on the agenda near the beginning of each Parish Council meeting.

This is what you may expect :

There will be 15 minutes set aside for public participation.
There is a limit of 5 minutes per speaker, followed by questions from Councillors as appropriate.
Councillors will listen to your point of view and will do their best to respond.
Members of the public are welcome to stay and listen, but are not able to take part in the subsequent discussions.
Minutes taken of the proceedings will identify the member of the public.
If members of the public do not wish their identity to form part of the minutes, which are a public record, they can express their views on any business to the Council in writing, and if necessary in confidence. It should be remembered that a record of written 'in confidence' representations may still be disclosable under the Freedom of Information Act 2000.

This information is based on the Standing Orders approved at the Parish Council Meeting on 20th February 2008.

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Parish Council Meeting
Feb
20
7:00 PM19:00

Parish Council Meeting

The Parish Council welcomes members of the public attending Parish Council Meetings

If you wish to speak, ask questions or give evidence in relation to the business of the meeting, there is a public participation session on the agenda near the beginning of each Parish Council meeting.

This is what you may expect :

There will be 15 minutes set aside for public participation.
There is a limit of 5 minutes per speaker, followed by questions from Councillors as appropriate.
Councillors will listen to your point of view and will do their best to respond.
Members of the public are welcome to stay and listen, but are not able to take part in the subsequent discussions.
Minutes taken of the proceedings will identify the member of the public.
If members of the public do not wish their identity to form part of the minutes, which are a public record, they can express their views on any business to the Council in writing, and if necessary in confidence. It should be remembered that a record of written 'in confidence' representations may still be disclosable under the Freedom of Information Act 2000.

This information is based on the Standing Orders approved at the Parish Council Meeting on 20th February 2008.

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Ramsden Parish Council meeting
Nov
21
7:00 PM19:00

Ramsden Parish Council meeting

The Parish Council welcomes members of the public attending Parish Council Meetings

If you wish to speak, ask questions or give evidence in relation to the business of the meeting, there is a public participation session on the agenda near the beginning of each Parish Council meeting.

This is what you may expect :

  • There will be 15 minutes set aside for public participation.
  • There is a limit of 5 minutes per speaker, followed by questions from Councillors as appropriate.
  • Councillors will listen to your point of view and will do their best to respond.
  • Members of the public are welcome to stay and listen, but are not able to take part in the subsequent discussions.
  • Minutes taken of the proceedings will identify the member of the public.

If members of the public do not wish their identity to form part of the minutes, which are a public record, they can express their views on any business to the Council in writing, and if necessary in confidence. It should be remembered that a record of written 'in confidence' representations may still be disclosable under the Freedom of Information Act 2000.

This information is based on the Standing Orders approved at the Parish Council Meeting on 20th February 2008.

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Ramsden Parish Council Meeting
Oct
17
7:00 PM19:00

Ramsden Parish Council Meeting

The Parish Council welcomes members of the public attending Parish Council Meetings

If you wish to speak, ask questions or give evidence in relation to the business of the meeting, there is a public participation session on the agenda near the beginning of each Parish Council meeting.

This is what you may expect :

  • There will be 15 minutes set aside for public participation.
  • There is a limit of 5 minutes per speaker, followed by questions from Councillors as appropriate.
  • Councillors will listen to your point of view and will do their best to respond.
  • Members of the public are welcome to stay and listen, but are not able to take part in the subsequent discussions.
  • Minutes taken of the proceedings will identify the member of the public.

If members of the public do not wish their identity to form part of the minutes, which are a public record, they can express their views on any business to the Council in writing, and if necessary in confidence. It should be remembered that a record of written 'in confidence' representations may still be disclosable under the Freedom of Information Act 2000.

This information is based on the Standing Orders approved at the Parish Council Meeting on 20th February 2008.

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Ramsden Parish Council Meeting
Sep
19
7:00 PM19:00

Ramsden Parish Council Meeting

  • Parker room at the Memorial Hall (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

The Parish Council welcomes members of the public attending Parish Council Meetings

If you wish to speak, ask questions or give evidence in relation to the business of the meeting, there is a public participation session on the agenda near the beginning of each Parish Council meeting.

This is what you may expect :

  • There will be 15 minutes set aside for public participation.
  • There is a limit of 5 minutes per speaker, followed by questions from Councillors as appropriate.
  • Councillors will listen to your point of view and will do their best to respond.
  • Members of the public are welcome to stay and listen, but are not able to take part in the subsequent discussions.
  • Minutes taken of the proceedings will identify the member of the public.

If members of the public do not wish their identity to form part of the minutes, which are a public record, they can express their views on any business to the Council in writing, and if necessary in confidence. It should be remembered that a record of written 'in confidence' representations may still be disclosable under the Freedom of Information Act 2000.

This information is based on the Standing Orders approved at the Parish Council Meeting on 20th February 2008.

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July 2016, Ramsden Parish Council meeting
Jul
18
7:00 PM19:00

July 2016, Ramsden Parish Council meeting

The Parish Council welcomes members of the public attending Parish Council Meetings

If you wish to speak, ask questions or give evidence in relation to the business of the meeting, there is a public participation session on the agenda near the beginning of each Parish Council meeting.

This is what you may expect :

  • There will be 15 minutes set aside for public participation.
  • There is a limit of 5 minutes per speaker, followed by questions from Councillors as appropriate.
  • Councillors will listen to your point of view and will do their best to respond.
  • Members of the public are welcome to stay and listen, but are not able to take part in the subsequent discussions.
  • Minutes taken of the proceedings will identify the member of the public.

If members of the public do not wish their identity to form part of the minutes, which are a public record, they can express their views on any business to the Council in writing, and if necessary in confidence. It should be remembered that a record of written 'in confidence' representations may still be disclosable under the Freedom of Information Act 2000.

This information is based on the Standing Orders approved at the Parish Council Meeting on 20th February 2008.

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June 2016, Ramsden Parish Council Meeting
Jun
20
7:00 PM19:00

June 2016, Ramsden Parish Council Meeting

The Parish Council welcomes members of the public attending Parish Council Meetings

If you wish to speak, ask questions or give evidence in relation to the business of the meeting, there is a public participation session on the agenda near the beginning of each Parish Council meeting.

This is what you may expect :

  • There will be 15 minutes set aside for public participation.
  • There is a limit of 5 minutes per speaker, followed by questions from Councillors as appropriate.
  • Councillors will listen to your point of view and will do their best to respond.
  • Members of the public are welcome to stay and listen, but are not able to take part in the subsequent discussions.
  • Minutes taken of the proceedings will identify the member of the public.

If members of the public do not wish their identity to form part of the minutes, which are a public record, they can express their views on any business to the Council in writing, and if necessary in confidence. It should be remembered that a record of written 'in confidence' representations may still be disclosable under the Freedom of Information Act 2000.

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2016, Ramsden Parish Council Annual Meeting
May
16
7:00 PM19:00

2016, Ramsden Parish Council Annual Meeting

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Minutes of the meeting of the Parish Council held at 7.00pm on 18th April 2016 in the Ramsden Memorial Hall - Minutes 2016/45

Members Present: Mr Clive Cowen (Chair), Mr Tony Shuker and Mrs Susanne Walford Others Present: Mr Jon Gammage (Clerk)
One member of the public was present.

157. Public Participation: None.

158. Apologies for absence: Mrs Holly Deans and Mrs Sally Miller.

159. Declarations of pecuniary interest: None.

160. The minutes of the meeting held on Monday 21st March 2016 were signed as a true record of the meeting.

161. Matters of report arising from previous minutes

161.1 (149) Cemetery moles: The Clerk reported that two moles have been removed.
161.2 (151) Gritting routes: The Clerk has been chasing this but no response from OCC to date. 161.3 (154) Speeding on Witney Road: The Clerk had spoken to police who are considering occasional speed checks in the area.
161.4 (164) Website design: The Clerk reported that it looks likely that this work can be completed on a voluntary basis.

162. Report from District Councillor: Cllr Hill presented an update on the possible restructuring of local government in Oxfordshire and along with councillors recorded thanks to Sir Barry Norton, Leader of WODC, who is retiring at the end of his current term. Cllr Hill also reported that she was not aware of any grants from WODC for events to celebrate the Queens birthday.

163. Newsletter report: Nothing to report. 164. Website report: Nothing further to report.

165. To consider the suggestion of a Parishioner of the Year award

Councillors reviewed examples of the award and discussed possible recipients. It was agreed to announce the award at the Annual Parish Meeting. Recipients will be selected by the Parish Council. RESOLVED: To order the Parishioner of the Year trophy at a maximum budget of £70.

Action: Chair to place order.

166. To consider arrangements for the Annual Parish Meeting in May

Councillors reviewed the agenda and discussed who to invite. Action: Clerk to send invites.

167. To approve additional web hosting costs while the site is transited to a new CMS

Councillors agreed to run two hosting services while the new CMS is developed. It was noted that this would incur duplication of hosting costs for this period of time.

168. To consider making a grant of up to £300 towards a Queen’s birthday event gift

Councillors considered that this was no longer appropriate as events planned were not residents only.

169. Planning

169.1. Applications received from WODC: None

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169.2. WODC decisions:
16/00488/LBC - Ivy Cottage High Street Ramsden New roof light to rear elevation - Approve

16/00001/S73 - Skippett Cottage Mount Skippett Ramsden
Non compliance with condition 2 of planning permission 15/01014/HHD to allow use of reconstituted stone to east facing wall. (Retrospective) – Approved

169.3. Other planning issues: None

169. Financial matters

169.1. The monthly financial summary was circulated and reviewed. 169.2. RESOLVED: To make the following payments.

792 PH Pest control
793 KMSLitho April newsletter
794 CommunityFirst subs
795 OALC subs
796 Clerks April salary
797 Clerks Q1 computer allowance £24.08 798 LGPS April £79.38 799WODCelectionrecharge £76.19

169.3. To approve the Annual Governance Statement for 2015/16
Councillors reviewed the Annual Governance Statement prepared by the Clerk.
RESOLVED: To approve the Annual Governance Statement for the year ended 31st March 2016.

169.4. To approve the Annual Accounting Statements for 2015/16
Councillors reviewed the Annual Accounting Statement and explanation of significant variations prepared by the Clerk.
RESOLVED: To approve the Annual Accounting Statement and explanation of significant variations for

£90.00 £42.00 £35.00 £133.07 £333.86

year ended 31st March 2016.
Action: Clerk to arrange final meeting with internal auditor.

170. Correspondence: The Clerk shared a letter from OCC updating Councillors on the cut in bus subsidies. Bus operators are exploring ways to continue without subsidy. OCC is also considering a pilot to support residents without access to transport.

171. Reports from Village Committees: Minutes of the last Memorial Hall Committee meeting were circulated ahead of the meeting.

172. Any Other Matters:

172.1. Dogs: Concerns have been expressed to the council about dogs left outside that continually bark and whine while they wait for their owners to return. Councillors considered that the problem is restricted to a small number of dogs in the village and believes that the owners are not aware of how their dogs behave in their absence.

Action: Report in the next Newsletter.

The meeting was closed at 7:45pm.
The next Parish Council meeting will be on Monday 16th May at 7.00 pm followed by the Annual Parish Meeting at 8:00pm in the Memorial Hall.

The Chairman, 16th May 2016

 

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