Chair Dawn Hancock,
Cllr’s Panton , Jackson, Alan Tyldesley, Clerk to Yealand Redmayne Sue Brown
together with Clerk S. Harrison.
Chairman and Cllr’s
The Cllr’s were
welcomed. Chair Hancock was proposed and accepted by Cllr Panton and seconded by
Cllr Jackson. Vice Chair Panton was proposed by Chair Hancock and seconded by
Acceptance of Office
Acceptance of Office were signed. Cllr’s were reminded to inform the Clerk of
any changes to the Register of Personal Interests.
Cllr’s Graham, James,
Minutes of the
meeting held on the 5th March 2014
These were approved
and signed by Chair Hancock.
Chair Hancock is
working with B4YS to find ways to move the idea forward. It would have to be a
community project. Fibres would have to be laid through the Yealands in order to
link Borwick with the other areas. We aim to ask B4RN to provide information as
to how funding could be raised plus the mechanics of getting the service to each
The Clerk spoke with
Roger Scanlon, Probation Officer, to arrange a meeting with him to come and
assess the area’s which require work to
tidy the village up,
especially the area on Yealand Road leading up to Peter Hill.
Neighbourhood Watch Officer has been out to assess where signs could be attached
in the village. Chair Hancock said there were existing signs in the village so
only two more signs would need to be purchased at a cost of £15 per sign.
Chair Hancock said
that no one had come forward with regard to being a Liaison Officer for the
scheme and therefore it was suggested that information from Andy Denton would be
displayed on the village website and newsletter. Chair Hancock said she would
write a short piece to go in the village newsletter each month.
Accounts 2013 -
The Accounts for the
year were 2013/2014 were presented. The balance
on the 31/03/14 was a
deficit of £9.54.
Petty Cash £9.28
Current Account - £9.54.
(plus 2 Unpresented cheques £44.63 and £65.00)
Total expenditure £2275.23
We spent more money
than planned because of unexpected payments for computer upgrade and the two
room hire invoices. Expenditure next year will have to cover future courses for
the Clerk. The Council hasn’t any planned extra expenditure on the war memorial.
The over spend on the
Acct was because of unexpected and unavoidable expenses. We also had banking
problems due to access and change of signatories. This has now been addressed.
The Accounts are
available to view via the Clerk and will also be placed on the website.
The Clerk will write a
report for the Auditors. Mr Heaton has also written a report as internal
The Certificate of
Assurance was approved and signed by the Clerk and Chair.
PC Richard Barr and PC
Sarah Leverton sent the report via email.
One crime has been
reported, burglary to a property on Dykes Lane.
The Cllr’s decided for
this year to reduce the £100 donation the Parish Council give to AONB to £70 due
to the low funds available in the Parish Acct.
Milnthorpe Road, Yealand Conyers.
Application for conversion of outbuildings to accommodation.
There were no
Dates of Meetings
2014 – 2015
Wednesday 5th November
Wednesday 4th March
Wednesday 6th May