To be held on Monday 20 May 2019 at 7.00 p.m. in the Memorial Hall


(Note: This meeting will be interrupted at 7.50 p.m. for the Annual Parish Meeting)


1.            Apologies


2.            Election of Chairman and Vice Chairman


3.            Co-option of Councillor(s)


4.            Declaration of Acceptance of Office (for any absent members)


5.            Declarations of Interest and Dispensations and request for recording


6.            Minutes of the last Annual Parish Council Meeting and Annual Parish Meeting and matters arising 21.05.18


7.            Election of Representatives


8.            Approval of asset register


9.            Renewal of Parish Insurance


10.         New Planning Applications


11.         Finance

·                     Approval of Income/Expenditure and Governance Statement for 2018/19

·                     Approval of Financial Statement as at 31.03.19 and 20.05.19

·                     Payment of invoice for annual defibrillator fee (issued since last meeting)

·                     Payment of invoice for Clerk’s April salary

·                     Payment of invoice for Cemetery Clerk’s 2018/19 salary

·                     Payment of invoice for paper for Annual Newsletter (C Cudmore)

·                     Payment of invoice for printing of annual newsletter (Postlebury PCC)

·                     Payment of invoice for Open Space S106 expenses (notify MDC)

·                     Payment of Parish Insurance Renewal

·                     Appointment of Internal Auditor

12        Reviews required by Standing Orders

13        Approval of Open Space purchase contract

14        Urgent reports/actions from Councillors

15        Meetings to be attended

16        Date and time of next meeting


Members are reminded that the Council has a general duty to consider the following matters in the exercise of any of its functions:

 Equal opportunities (race, gender, sexual orientation, marital status and any disability), Crime and Disorder, Health and Safety and Human Rights.”