Avebury Parish Council
An ordinary meeting of Avebury Parish Council will be held at 7:30pm on Tuesday 7 June 2022 at The Social Centre, High Street, Avebury SN8 1RF. Members of the public are very welcome to attend.
Liz Moore, Parish Clerk, 27 May 2022
Public question time
Declarations of interest
Minutes of meeting held on 3 May 2022
Matters arising from the minutes
National Trust update
Summer Solstice 2022: recap on permit scheme and arrangements
Planning applications: (a) Works to a listed building and householder application for the installation of rooftop solar panels to the modern garage / office building, The Bothy and the ancillary outbuilding at Trusloe Farmhouse, Frog Lane, Avebury Trusloe SN8 1QS. Ref: PL/2022/03783, PL/2022/03684
Project Updates: (a) CATG meeting 26 May: update by Cllr Parker (b) Speed Indicator Device: update by Cllr Daniel (c) Chapel Project / exhibition space: including appointment of Parish Council representatives to the Avebury Chapel working group: update by Cllr Stacey (d) Play Area: progress report by Cllr Paradise
Local Issues including: annual Parish / Village meeting and to ratify the decision to provide a welcome drink for those attending, acoustic camera trial, moss on Play Area surfacing
SWAST Defibrillator Scheme: to review the options and confirm the new agreement for rental of the PC’s defibrillators due to expire 1 July 2022
Parish Steward Priority Sheet
Correspondence including: Open Farm Sunday 11am, 12 June 2022 at East Farm, Avebury, invitation to register for Snowball: new community disability app, Stroke Association Book Group – Marlborough Library, invitation to join route 403 Cycle Route sub group of the Calne LHFIG, NALC Finance Survey
Finance and admin:
a) Certificate of Exemption: to certify on the AGAR that the Parish Council is exempt from a limited assurance review under Section 9 of the Local Audit (Smaller Authorities) Regulations 2015.
b) To receive the Internal Audit Report
c) To approve section 1. Annual Governance Statement
d) To approve section 2. Accounting Statements
e) Emergency Plan: including operational Flood Working Group: update by Cllr Lewis
f) To approve the PC’s updated Policy on Runs and Walks
g) Banking arrangements
h) Cheques for ratification or payment
Date of next meeting: Tuesday 5 July 2022 at the Social Centre, High Street Avebury
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