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East Winch Parish Council   

Minute Number 12/18

Minutes of the Parish Council Meeting held on Monday 26 November 2018

Attendance - Parish Councillors :- Mrs N Steele,  Mr K Harrod,  Mr M Place, Mr D Wright, 

Mr A Yarham, Mrs S Davison, Mrs L Papworth and Mr N Velzeboe

Apologies- Mr R Pannell (Clerk)

 

01  The Chair opened the meeting at 7.30 pm and welcomed all those in attendance.

02  Declarations of Interests

The Vice Chair reminded Councillors to advise the Clerk if they should need to declare an interest.

03  Planning Applications 

18/01862/F – Extension with minor alterations at Home Farm Cottages, Gayton Road, East Winch

Council had No Objections to this application

18/01965/F – Proposed rear extension to form kitchen/diner/sitting area at ground floor and 2 bedrooms  on first floor at 5 Gayton Road, East Winch. Council had No Objections to this application                       

18/02064/F – Variation of Condition 2 – Residential annex and garage block  at The Lodge Cottage, Main Road, West Bilney.

Council are concerned that the proposed garage block may impede visibility for vehicles leaving the next door distribution centre, particularly from the Swaffham direction.

However, they will defer to any comments which Highways may make.

04  Urgent Any Other Business

Grit Bins – David Wright reported that The Highways Engineer said that we could go ahead with this but that it would be cheaper if we provided the bin. Prices to be found for the next meeting when detail can be finalised. Clerk to provide the necessary paperwork.

Item for next meeting. Recognition of service to the village by the local postman.

05  Date of next meeting:-  Monday 7 January 2019  at the Village Hall commencing at 7.30pm

THE PUBLIC AND PRESS ARE WARMLY INVITED TO ATTEND

Clerk to the Council

Mr R Pannell

21 Baldwin Road

Kings Lynn 

01553 775724


East Winch Parish Council

Minute Number 11/18

Minutes of the Parish Council Meeting held on Monday 5 November 2018

Attendance - Parish Councillors :- Mrs N Steele,  Mr K Harrod,  Mr M Place, Mr D Wright, 

Mr A Yarham, Mrs S Davison

Apologies Mrs L Papworth and Mr N Velzeboer

In attendance:- Cllr J Moriarty, Clerk Mr R Pannell and 4 parishioners


01  The Vice Chair opened the meeting at 7.30 pm and welcomed all those in attendance.

02  Declarations of Interests

The Vice Chair reminded Councillors to advise the Clerk if they should need to declare an interest.

03  The Minutes of the Parish Council Meeting held on Monday 3 September and 22 October 2018

were approved as a true record and signed by the Vice Chair. The Chair joined the meeting at this time and took the chair.

04   Matters arising from the Parish Council Meetings held on Monday 3 September and 22 October 2018

Red Telephone Kiosk as book store – Although a sign had been attached to the door explaining the purpose of the kiosk it has gone missing. Mr Harrod volunteered to get a replacement sign. The door restraint appears to be a little tight which restricts access to a degree. Keep under review.

Update on a defibrillator for the village – The Chair outlined the options available for the location of a defibrillator :- Public House, Gayton Road / Town Close junction, RSPCA site or the Village Hall.
After discussing the advantages and disadvantages of each one Council unanimously approved the
Village Hall as the location.

The Chair to discuss with the RSPCA Center management a shared funding operation and report back

Railing  at A 47 and Gayton Road junction – Whilst the railings on Gayton Road have been repaired those on the A47 have not. Clerk will attempt to raise the issue with Highways England.

A47 road crossing – Confirmation received that proposal will be made to Highways England by the end of April. Still await further details.

05   10 Minute Open Forum for Parishioners

It was confirmed that the Parish Council was not required to financially support Neighbourhood Watch. The recent expansion of the scheme was operating well.

06   Reports and information from County and Borough Councillors

Cllr Moriarty reminded Councillors that the Borough and Parish Council elections take place on the 2 May 2019.

07   Village Hall

Mr Harrod reported that the short mat bowls club had closed through lack of support. That being said he indicated that the Village Hall was being well used for other village activities eg children’s parties and was providing a useful service for the community.

08   Playing Field

Update on recent investigations - Mrs Davison outlined the recent meeting held with a representative from Playdale regarding having a quotation for options of various pieces of equipment. He also agreed to supply information regarding support funding schemes. Once the overall report is received Council will be able to consider the most cost effective and needs case alternatives.

Mrs Davison then provided information on a picnic type table and benches. Cost of a fully assembled unit, including delivery and fixing bolts, some £950 whereas a self-assembly unit of the same design would be £582. Council were more in favour of the cheaper of the two alternatives. In principle they were supportive of the idea. To be an agenda item for the next meeting.

09  Risk Assessment Inspection – Mr Harrod  reported on September/October 2018 Inspection

All was well with the exception of the replacement street light at the post office corner.
It was installed but still awaiting an electricity supply. (Clerk advised that the delay may well be up to a year

The pathway to the side of the play area has a very overgrown hedge which is impeding movement.Mr Harrod to advise Clerk of the address for a letter to be sent requesting owner to have the hedge cut back.

10  Silica Sand (Nothing to report)

11  Planning Matters

Council to note :-

Public Footpaths at Manor farm between Common Road and Church Lane – Order Not Confirmed of making them right of way.

12   Highway matters

Bus Shelter – Clerk reported that the claim has been submitted to the insurance company for a replacement unit. Mr Harrod has obtained information from the bus company as to the requirements of planning, safety aspects etc and Cllr Moriarty offered to get comments from the Borough Planners as to what was necessary. Mr Yarwood is seeking out costs for replacing the “pad” for the new shelter.

Updated information for Broken post on TROD, Grit box and Costs for path to the post office have been requested from the Borough Engineer without success. Clerk to write again and copy Cllr Middleton into the communication

13   Correspondence received since last meeting

       Norfolk ALC Newsletters 4/10 and 11/10

       Police Newsletter (October 2018)

       Completed Rangers work

       NHS Services in West Norfolk and Breckland

       Perishioner’s e-mail on Defibrillator

       Scam Mail

       New Property Address – Thistledo, Walton Road

       Love West Norfolk

       Consultation PSPO Control of Dogs

       West Norfolk Early Help Bulletin

       Norfolk Children’s Centres Consultation

       Children’s Activities October Half Term

14  Street lighting matters.

Covered in Risk Assessment report

15   Finance

       To approve accounts and payments for 31 October 2018

       October Cheques

       Chq No 100249 – Mr Bland cleaning bus shelter,telephone kiosk etc              £  60.00

       Chq No 100250 – Clerks Salary / Exp  (Oct 2018)                                            £287.35

Financial position 31 October 2018 report was approved by Council.

Precept for 2019/20 – initial guidance required for Clerk -  Discussion were held and a number of points were raised for the Clerk to consider when preparing the budget information.

Cheque signatory – The Clerk explained the requirement for having another Councillor on the list. Mrs Davison had agreed to an appointment and was duly approved by those present.

16   Any Other Business

Defer presentation on Free Home Fire Risk Checks and Smoke Detectors to a date to be agreed.Clerk confirmed that this scheme was still in operation and that a member of the Fire Service was prepared to do a presentation for the Council. After discussions it was agreed to ask for an open presentation to the parishioners of the village. Clerk to arrange.    

Public Rights of Ways – Definitive Maps – Skyblu Solutions – Council decided that there was no requirement to follow this up.

Village Sports Coordinator- Mrs Davison reported that Sarah Byatt was the person responsible and would endeavor to promote her presence to the community.

State of dyke and hedges along Station Terrace – Chair and Mr Wright to report. It was agreed that this was a problem that the Council were not able to resolve. Clerk to write to Cllr Middleton, Borough Engineer Andy Wallace with copy to Mr Wright asking them to make a visit and inspect the position.

To set dates of meetings for 2019 – Council agreed the dates for 2019 meetings recommended by theClerk.

17   Date of next meeting Monday 7 January 2019  at the Village Hall commencing at 7.30pm

There being no other business the Vice Chair thanked all for attendance and closed the meeting at 9.10 pm

THE PUBLIC AND PRESS ARE WARMLY INVITED TO ATTEND

Clerk to the Council  Mr R Pannell

21 Baldwin Road   

Kings Lynn 

01553 775724

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East Winch Parish Council

Minute Number 10/18


Minutes of the Parish Council Meeting held on Monday 22 October 2018


Attendance - Parish Councillors :- Mr K Harrod, Mr M Place, Mr D Wright,
Mr A Yarham, Mrs S Davison and Mrs L Papworth

Apologies –Mrs N Steele, and Mr N Velzeboer

In attendance :- Clerk Mr R Pannell and 1 parishioners


01 The Vice Chair opened the meeting at 7.30 pm and welcomed all those in attendance.

02 Declarations of Interests
The Vice Chair reminded Councillors to advise the Clerk if they should need to declare an interest.

03 Planning Application
18/01652/F – Proposed driveway to serve dwelling under application 18/01045/RM on site
East of 3 Burman Mews.
After discussion Council agreed unanimously that there were No Objections

04 Any Other Business
Payments – Council approved the following
Chq No 100246 – NALC Training Course for Councillor Wright £72.00
Chq No 100247 – Westcotec (street light maintenance Aug/Sept 18) £35.16
Chq No 100248 – Clerks Sal/Exp (September 18) £273.03
Authorisation of Clerks Tax to HMR&C (Jul/Aug/Sept 18) £167.40
Bus Shelter – Clerk advised Council of current position. All information was now ready to submit
to Council Insurers. Two quotations for a replacement have been obtain ranging from £4,722 VAT incl plus a delivery and installation charge of £2,400 to £3,602.12 VAT excl plus delivery of £724 and customer to erect.
It has been suggested that a new concrete pad is required for the shelter. Mr Yarham agreed to see if he could get a quotation, for the removal of the current pad and having it replace, from two builders.
The Vice Chair agreed to approach the bus company to see what they might be able to contribute by erecting the shelter.
Defibrillator – Council agreed to hold this item over until the next meeting
05 Date of the next meeting Monday 5 November 2018 at the Village hall commencing at 7.30 pm
There being no other business the Vice Chair thanked all for attendance and closed the meeting at 8.08 pm



Minute Number 9/18

Minutes of the Parish Council Meeting held on Monday 3 September 2018

Attendance - Parish Councillors :-  Mrs N Steele, Mr M Place, Mr D Wright, 

                                                         Mr A Yarham, Mrs S Davison and Mrs L Papworth

In attendance :- Clerk Mr R Pannell and 3 parishioners


01  The Chair opened the meeting at 7.30 pm and welcomed all those in attendance.


02  Declarations of Interests

      The Chair reminded Councillors to advise the Clerk if they should need to declare an interest.


03  To approve Minutes of the Parish Council Meetings held on Monday 2 July and 20 August 2018


04  Matters arising from the Parish Council Meetings held on Monday 2 July and 20 August 2018

      Red Telephone Kiosk and Merits of a defibrillator at the village hall – The Chair summarized

      the discussions, which took place at Pentney village hall, regarding the benefits of having a

      locally based defibrillator. After discussions Council unanimously agreed to proceed with this

      project subject to agreement from the Village Hall Trustees.

     The Chair to put the proposal to them.

      The Clerk agreed to head the project subject to the Trustees agreement.

      Regarding the Telephone Kiosk a parishioner has suggested that it be turned into a Book Lending Site and was prepared to do the work in setting it up and maintaining the source of books. After Discussion Council agreed and Chair to inform the parishioner. Council agreed to cover any costs involved in the set up.

      Railing issues at A 47 and Gayton Road junction – The recent information received from

      County Councillor Middleton indicated that work would commence in the very near future to

      replace the railings.

      A47 road crossing – Confirmation received that proposal will be made to Highways England

      by the end of April. Still await further details.


05  10 Minute Open Forum for Parishioners

      The Coordinator of the Neighbourhood Watch reported to Council that the scheme was being extended to cover the majority of the village. The village had been divided into zones and there were volunteer coordinators assigned to each zone. Whilst the scheme was essentially “self funded” they asked if Council would be prepared to cover cost of signs if needed. Council willingly agreed to this request.  

 

06  Reports and information from County and Borough Councillors

      None available on this occasion.

 

07  Village Hall

      Nothing to report

 

08  Playing Field

      Mrs Papworth and Mrs Davison  reported on the following.

      Request to Council for Mrs Papworth to set up a meeting with a play area specialist company, to be able to assess type of equipment available and suitable and what the associated costs would be. Council would then be equipped  to develop a long term plan. An essential item of early benefit would be a bench at an estimated cost of £500.

      Council considered the proposal and agreed that Mrs Papworth should set up a meeting and inform Councillors of when it would be. They also noted the request for a bench as something that should be  implemented once the overall development plan had been agreed

 

09  Risk Assessment Inspection – Mr Harrod had volunteered to do the September/October 2018 Inspection

 

10  Silica Sand – No further developments at this time.


11  Planning Matters - None

 

12  Highway matters

      Bus Shelter – Due to the recent accident the bus shelter has had to be demolished for safety reasons. In principle the Insurance Company, Came and Co. have approved the replacement. Clerk to follow up.

      Broken and replacement posts on TROD, Grit box and Costs for path to the post office should be

      followed up by the Clerk with the Highways Engineer.

      Post code and street sign for Station Terrace – The Officer from the Borough Council has again advised the site developer of the need for the sign and indicated that if they did not comply there was little he could do to enforce it. Borough Council have no legal reason to fund the cost of doing so.

 

13  Correspondence received since last meeting

      Norfolk ALC Newsletters 18/7, 26/7, 31/7, 8/8 and 21/8

      Police Newsletter (July 2018)

      Kickstart Norfolk – alternative transport

      Tesco Bags – Funding Your Projects

      RAF Marham Flying Activities

      Sandi Starfish Posters

      Children’s Activities and Services

      UK Power Network – Thunderstorm warnings

      Playing Field Equipment cost analysis on funds available

      East Winch Railings – from NCC Councillor Information

      Highways Rangers Visit

      Carers Matter Norfolk (August)

      Alive Leisure – Village Sports Coordinator

      2026 –The Deadline Approaches – Rights of Ways – Skyblu Solutions

      Mrs Davison agreed to follow up the item of Village Sports Coordinator and report back to Council.

  

14  Street lighting matters

      Replacement of demolished street light – This has now been arranged with Westcotec

 

15  Finance

      To approve accounts and payments for August 2018

       August Cheques were approved                                                            

       Chq No 100242 – Clerks Salary / Exp (Jul 2018)                           £ 248.63

       Chq No 100243 – Clerks Salary / Exp (Aug 2018)                         £ 277.95

       Chq No 100244 – J Banwell Play area grass cutting                       £80.00

       Chq No 100145 – PKF Littlejohn External Audit                           £240.00

 

      Financial position 31 August 2018 – This was approved by Council and a copy included with the

       Minutes of the meeting

 

       Donation request from  Norfolk Accident Rescue Service – Council agreed no action to be taken.

 

16  Any Other Business     

      Defer presentation on Free Home Fire Risk Checks and Smoke Detectors to a date to be agreed. 

      Clerk to endeavor to set a date for this 

      East Winch United Charities Trustee from Parish Council – Mr Yarham had agreed to take up this position

      Public Rights of Ways – Definitive Maps – Skyblu Solutions – Council felt that this was worth a follow up and the Clerk was asked to make arrangements to do so.

 

     Agenda item for next meeting – The state of the dyke and hedges along Station Terrace.

     Chair and Mr Wright to have a site meeting to discuss prior to the next meeting of Council.

 

17 Date of next meeting Monday 5 November 2018  at the Village Hall commencing at 7.30pm

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Minute Number 8/18    

                    Minutes of the Parish Council Meeting held on Monday 20 August 2018

 

 

Attendance - Parish Councillors :-  Mrs N Steele, Mr K Harrod, Mr M Place, Mr N Velzeboer

                                                         Mr D Wright,                                                                                                                                 

Apologies   Mr A Yarham, Mrs S Davison and Mrs L Papworth 

In attendance :- Clerk Mr R Pannell and 1 parishioners

 

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01  The Chair opened the meeting at 7.30 pm and welcomed all those in attendance.

 

02  Declarations of Interests

      The Chair reminded Councillors to advise the Clerk if they should need to declare an interest.

 

03  Planning Applications

      Council discussed and considered the Planning Applications listed below

 

      Variation of conditions 2, 3, 8 &9 of permission C/2/2004/2034 to amend the timing of phased working   

      and restoration at Grandcourt Quarry.

      Council have no objections to this application.

 

      Proposed extension to Grandcourt Quarry for the extraction of industrial sand and progressive             

      restoration to nature conservation. C/2/2018/2016

      Council have no comments to make with respect to this application.

 

      Council wish to record their thanks for being given an extension of time to consider these matters but 

      are concerned that with such a large project the initial 21 days should have been considerably longer in  

      the first instance.

 

04 Urgent Any Other Business

     Payments. Council approved the following

     Chq No 100240 – Westcotec Street lighting maintenance (Jun/Jul)           £35.16

     Chq No 100241 – Juliette Banwell Play Area grass cutting                       £80.00

                                                                                 

05 Date of next meeting Monday 3 September 2018 at the Village Hall commencing at 7.30pm

 

    

There being no other business the Chair thanked all for attendance and closed the meeting at 8.25 pm   

 

 

THE PUBLIC AND PRESS ARE WARMLY INVITED TO ATTEND

 

Clerk to the Council

Mr R Pannell

 21 Baldwin Road   

 Kings Lynn 

01553 775724    

___________________



Minute Number 7/18

Minutes of the Parish Council Meeting held on Monday 2 July 2018

 

Attendance - Parish Councillors :-  Mrs N Steele, Mr K Harrod, Mr M Place, Mr N Velzeboer

                                                         Mr D Wright, Mrs S Davison and Mrs L Papworth

Apologies   Mr A Yarham

In attendance :- Cllr J Moriarty, Clerk Mr R Pannell and 2 parishioners

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01  The Vice-Chair opened the meeting at 7.30 pm and welcomed all those in attendance.

 

02  Declarations of Interests

      The Vice-Chair reminded Councillors to advise the Clerk if they should need to declare an interest.

 

03 The Minutes of the Parish Council Meeting held on Monday 10 May and Wednesday

     30 June 2018 were approved as a true record and signed by the Vice Chair. The Chair joined the

     meeting at this time and took the chair.

 

04  Matters arising from the Parish Council Meetings held on Monday 10 May and Wednesday

     30 June 2018

     Red Telephone Kiosk and Merits of a defibrillator at the village hall – Clerk reminded

     Councillors of the planned meeting on 1 August 2018 at Pentney when experts would be there to

     do a presentation and answer questions regarding defibrillators in a rural setting. 

     Railing issues at A 47 and Gayton Road junction – The Clerk read out an e-mail from

     Cllr Middleton in which he expressed his disappointment in the time that this was taking to

     resolve and indicated that he was taking action to resolve the problems. A parishioner also

     produced a copy of a letter from Sir Henry Bellingham on the matter.in which he expressed his

     concerns.

     A47 road crossing – Confirmation received that proposal will be made to

     Highways England by the end of April. Still await further details

 

05 10 Minute Open Forum for Parishioners (Nothing reported)

 

06 Reports and information from County and Borough Councillors. Nothing to report at this time.

 

07 Village Hall - No issues were raised

 

08 Playing Field

     Update on recent investigations - Mrs Papworth reported that The Borough Council had

     confirmed that it was not in a position to provide new or replacement equipment and it would

     be up to the village to provide funding. However, any proposed equipment would have to be

     approved by the Borough before purchasing and that they would maintain it.

     Mrs Papworth and Mrs Davison had visited a number of local play areas to assess the type of

     equipment in use. They both felt that improved facilities on the East Winch play area would

     enhance both its use and enjoyment and urged Council to take action. General discussions

     followed from which a number of points of action were agreed. Mrs Papworth and Mrs Davison

     to prepare a “wish list” with costings. Cllr Moriarty agreed to discuss opening up the age range

     with Mr Hussey of the Borough Council and report back. Clerk to contact NALC regarding legal

     and insurance issues. If necessary a one item special meeting could be called before the next full

     meeting of Council to progress the matter.

 

09 Risk Assessment Inspection – Mr Harrod reported for the May/June 2018 Inspection that the only issue requiring action was the replacement of the damaged lamp post. (see under street lights)


10 Silica Sand

     The Vice chair gave an update on the latest position of Sibelco indicating that they were still

     working with the Norfolk County Council regarding MIN 40, that their preferred area of

     exploration was the Pentney, Wormegay and Marham areas and that any movement of sand

     would be piped from the site to the main processing plant

     Regarding the recently issued Consultation Notice on Silica Sand Council felt that there was little

     need to respond as it had already been covered at previous meetings. However, the Chair agreed

     to request access to the document at the Council Offices, and apprise the details before reporting

     back to a special meeting if it was felt necessary.

 

11 Planning Matters

     18/01045/RM – Reserved Matters application – 2 no proposed two storey dwellings at site

                               East of 3 Burnham Mews, Lynn Road.

    Council discussed this application and make the following comments.

    They basically have no issues with the houses themselves but are concerned about access to the site and feel that this should be re-examined.

    They also remain concerned over the protection of the dyke to avoid future flooding in the area.

    Regarding any future development of the site a suitable footpath must be an inclusive part of any

    planning application.

    It was at this time that Council considered the method of displaying relevant planning information and agreed that some form of display equipment would help all in attendance to view the information in a constructive manner. Mr Harrod presented his recommendations for consideration and the Clerk outlined the financial position regarding funding the recommendation. Council approved the expenditure and Mr Harrod was asked to purchase the equipment.

 

12 Highway matters

       Broken post on TROD

       Grit box

       Costs for path to the post office

       Council asked the Clerk to make contact with the Highways Engineer, Andrew Wallace, and ask

       him what the latest positon was on the above three items and to ask for an urgent response.

       Post code and street sign for Station Terrace – Clerk to follow up with Mr Copeland on what

       action he had taken to install a road sign at the above Terrace.

 

13 Correspondence received since last meeting

      Norfolk ALC Newsletters 17/05, 23/05, 7/6 and 21/6

      Police Newsletter (May 2018)

      Growing Communities Project – Master Gardener

      Approval of variation of conditions ref Holt House Quarry, Leziate

      General Data Protection Regulations

      Defibrillator discussions

      Emergency Road Closures Church Close Penteny and diversions

      Emergency Road Closures North Runcton and diversions

      Norwich Western Link Consultations

      Bid Letter Parish Partnerships 2019 – 2020

      Dog Fouling and Litter Survey

      Norfolk Minerals and Waste Local Plan Review (29/6/18 – 13/8/18)

      Temporary Road Closure Notice on East Winch Road

      Community Action Norfolk Jobs Newsletter

 

14 Street lighting matters

     Replacement of demolished street light – The clerk outline the financial position for Council

     indicating that the cost of some £1761 could be accommodated without causing an unacceptable

     level of concern. 

     Council agreed that the Clerk should proceed with the order for work to be undertaken.

     The Clerk was asked to check on the position regarding insurance cover

 

15 Finance

     To approve accounts and payments for June 2018

     May/June Cheques

     Chq No 100238 – Clerks Salary / Exp (June 2018)                                                          £277.95

     Authorize Clerk to make direct bank payment to HM Revenue and Customs                 £161.00

     Clerks Tax (April/May/June)

    

Financial position 30 June 2018 – The clerk presented the figures which were approved by Council. They are included with the minutes of this meeting

Donation request from  Norfolk Accident Rescue Service – details to be circulated by the Clerk and discussed at the next meeting.

 

16 Any Other Business

     Defer presentation on Free Home Fire Risk Checks and Smoke Detectors

     Weeds around Village Sign – Agreed that this could be treated with a suitable weed killer.

     Dog Waste Bin – Agreed that no action be taken at this time because of the current house

     development.

     East Winch Trustee from Parish Council – It was suggested that Mr Alan Yarham with his experience of farming and local knowledge would be a possible candidate. Mr Harrod to follow up.

 

17 Date of next meeting Monday 3 September 2018 at the Village Hall commencing at 7.30pm


Clerk to the Council

 Mr R Pannell

21 Baldwin Road   

Kings Lynn 


Financial Position - 30 June 2018

Bank Balances (30 April 2018)

 

Current Community Account                    

13269.15

HSBC BMM Account                                 

6064.63

                                       

19333.78

 

 

Receipts (Interest)                         

1.04

                                                           

19334.82

 

 

Payments since last Statement

 

E-on Energy (Street Light Energy)

 

Direct Debit May 2018                                  

100.61

Direct Debit June 2018                          

  107.40

Cleaning bus shelter etc.               

  60.00

NALC subscription                       

179.98

Chq Clerks Sal & Exp (April 18)                 

260.96

Chq Clerks Sal & Exp (May 18)                  

271.02

Westcotec Street Speed sign battery          

96.00

Came & Co. Council Insurance             

446.18

Westcotec Street Light maintenance        

35.16

JB Gardening Services   (Play area grass cutting)                                     

80.00

CK Ward Internal Audit Fee               

100.00

                                        

1737.31

Balance as at 30 June 2018                

17597.51

Ledger adjustment                          

0.02

(Chq 100228 written as 179.98 banked 179.96)

 

Adjusted Balance 30 June 2018           

17597.53

Bank Balances as at 30 June 2018

 

HSBC Community Account

1531.86

HSBC BMM Account                              

16065.67

Total                                   

17597.53