MINUTES OF LEIGH-ON-MENDIP PARISH COUNCIL ANNUAL GENERAL  MEETING 
HELD IN THE MEMORIAL HALL ON MONDAY 23 MAY 1988.

The meeting commenced at 7.35 pm.  Present were B Chubb, J Davis, 
G Lee, D Turner, D Yelland and about 50 Parishioners.
1.    Election of Chairman.  D Yelland expressed his  willingness 
to stand for the position again.  Proposed by  B Chubb,  seconded 
by J Davis - returned unopposed.
P Rooke arrived.

2.   Election of Vice-chairman.  J Davis express his  willingness 
to  stand again.  Proposed by D Turner, seconded by D  Yelland  -
returned unopposed. 
T Gould arrived.

3.   D Yelland signed the Declaration of Acceptance of Office.

4. The Minutes of the last AGM had already been adopted and signed.

5.  There will be no change as to representatives on the  various 
bodies.  Hence:
School  Governors  Under the new ruling Miss B Chubb's  name  had 
already been forwarded to County Hall.
Memorial Hall Mr P Rooke.
RFMC  Mr G Lee.
PCC an elected body, the Council's views are represented by Mr D 
Yelland.    
SALC  Mr D Turner.
East Mendip Quarry Advisory Committee Mr J Davis.
Asham  &  East Mendip  Mr Davis querried why Leigh only  sent  an 
Observer  while other Council's sent a Representative.  This  item 
will be discussed at the next Parish Council Meeting.  Mr J Davis 
will continue as Observer.

6.   FINANCIAL STATEMENT
As of 31 March 1987 the Balance in the P C's Account was 923.73.
Income for the year 1987/88 was 996.41.
Expenditure was 770.65.
Balance  on  31  March  1988 was 1148.84.  Of  which   200  was 
allotted to the repair of the Church wall.

Mr  Yelland explained that the excess of income over  expenditure 
was  226.  The  Parish Council had a policy of  having  a  years 
Precept  in hand in case of emergencies.  Perhaps  larger  grants 
could  be  made to village bodies.  A questioner from  the  floor 
querried whether a charge was being made for the stand pipes.  It 
was explained that these had been removed after long  negotiation 
with Bristol Water Works.
Mr Turner proposed adoption of the Accounts subject to Audit.  Mr 
Gould seconded - vote carried unanimously.

7.    FREQUENCY OF MEETINGS.  These will take place at  6  weekly 
intervals  on  Monday  evenings,  with  perhaps  an   occassional 
Tuesday. The first will be in about 4 weeks with Cllr Hewett.
The meeting concluded at 7.50 pm.


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