Coronavirus and Public Attendance at Parish Meetings

Notice

Coronavirus and Parish Meetings

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Camblesforth Parish Council always welcomes public attendance and involvement in it’s monthly Parish Meetings, however in line with Government / Public Health England advice if you have any cold or flu like symptoms then you should avoid public gatherings which obviously include attending a Parish Meeting.

 

Thank you for your co-operation.

 

March 2020

 

Agenda and Notice of Meeting for March 2020

Notice

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LOCAL GOVERNMENT ACT 1972

 

Camblesforth Parish Council

 

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN OF March 2020 MEETING OF THE PARISH COUNCIL

 

A meeting of the Council for the above-named Parish will be held at The Church Hall on Wednesday, 18th March 2020 which commences at 7.15 p.m.

 

The meeting will be open to the public

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BUSINESS TO BE TRANSACTED

  1. Present and Apologies (Chair to confirm quorum)
  2. Declarations of Interest (All)
  3. Agreement and signing off previous month’s minutes (All)
  4. Financial Report and reconciliation of Petty Cash for February (Clerk)
  5. Planning applications (Clerk)
  6. Any matters brought by members of the public attending the meeting and District Cllr report
  7. Matters arising – to consider new and on-going issues and decide further action if necessary:

Ongoing

  • Update on skatepark and funding (Cllr Kempton)
  • Update on VE Celebrations in village (Clerk / All)
  • Update on allotments – new tenants (Clerk / All)
  • Update on grass cutting schedule / maintenance (Clerk / All)

New

  • ID Badges (All)

 

8    Any correspondence worth noting and any matters raised by Cllrs since the Agenda was issued

 

Prettying Up Camblesforth Project

The Parish Council is looking to start a project in the Spring / Summer  to improve the look of Camblesforth with flower displays for instance in key areas of the village.  Parish Cllrs are keen to get ideas from residents, as well as volunteers to make the project happen.

This matter will be discussed at the March meeting and residents are most welcome / invited to attend in order to become involved.

If you are unable to attend please feel free to send your ideas to the Parish Clerk who will ensure these are tabled at the March meeting.

Thank you

Street Lighting in the Village (Update as of March 2020)

Residents will hopefully note that the replacement street lights on Mill Lane have now been installed.

The Parish Council is not aware of any new street lights which need repairing.  If you notice a street light is not working or is on all day, please contact the Parish Clerk using the contact form on this website and advise the location of the street light.