Wheatley Parish Council

 

 

Councillors are summoned to a meeting of the FINANCE & GENERAL PURPOSES COMMITTEE

on Monday 20th June 2016 in the COFFEE ROOM, Merry Bells at 7.30pm

 

 

 

Signed:

 

 

 

Gareth Morris, Clerk to the Parish Council 14th June 2016

 

 

ANY MEMBER WITH AN INTEREST TO DECLARE IN ANY AGENDA ITEM IS REMINDED TO DO SO IN ADVANCE OF THE MEETING IN THE BOOK PROVIDED FOR THIS PURPOSE.

 

 

 

AGENDA

 

 

  1. APOLOGIES FOR ABSENCE

 

 

  1. DECLARATIONS OF INTEREST

  

 

  1. MINUTES OF THE PREVIOUS MEETING HELD 23rd May 2016

 

 

  1. UPDATE ON ITEMS FROM THE MEETING HELD ON 23rd May 2016

     Minute 6 – Bench in the memorial Gardens

Minute 12 – Endeavour Academy

 

 

  1. TO RECEIVE THE FINAL ACCOUNTS FOR THE FINANCIAL YEAR 2015-16 prior to their approval at the Extra-Ordinary Council Meeting of the Parish Council to be held on Wednesday 22nd June

See enclosed papers – further to follow

 

 

  1. TO RECEIVE AN UPDATE ON THE SITUATION REGARDING THE LEASE BETWEEN THE PARISH COUNCIL AND THE WHEATLEY PLAYING FIELD TRUST.

 

 

  1. TO REPORT ON THE PROGRESS MADE IN THE INSTALLATION OF THE VEHICLE ACTIVATED SIGNS FOLLOWING THE COMMITTEE’S LETTER TO COUNTY COUNCILLOR HUDSPETH.

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  1. TO REPORT ON THE PROGRESS ON DEALING WITH ROCK FALL FROM THE CLIFF IN CHURCH ROAD RECREATION GROUND
  2. i) To sign The General Terms and Conditions of Engagement of GWP consultants
  3. ii) See enclosed paper from the Recreation Areas Working Group.

 

 

  1. TO CONSIDER THE CONDITION OF THE TREES WITHIN THE VILLAGE AND WHAT ACTIONS ARE NECESSARY

           

 

  1. GRANTS, LICENCES AND SUBSCRIPTIONS
  2. i) St Mary’s – Churchyard maintenance (£500 2015-16)
  3. ii) Campaign to Protect Rural England 2016/17 subscription – £36

 

 

  1. TO RECEIVE A REPORT ON THE QUEENS 90TH BIRTHDAY CELEBRATIONS
  2. i) Report on the day
  3. ii) Finance

iii) Response from Fairfax Gate

 

 

  1. TO CONSIDER THE REPORTS ON THE PARISH COUNCILLORS’ WALKS

        AROUND THE VILLAGE

 

 

  1. TO RECEIVE AN UPDATE ON THE SITUATION OF THE MAPLE TREE CHILDREN’S CENTRE

         

 

  1. CLERK UPDATE
  2. i) TVP Day of Action – Saturday 23rd July 2016
  3. ii) Request for SODC Grant towards 5 noticeboards and two seats

 

 

  1. TO CONSIDER THE GENERAL TIDINESS OF THE VILLAGE

 

 

  1. TO CONSIDER TRAINING COURSES OFFERED BY OALC

 

  1. i) Roles and Responsibilities  – the same course will be run on two separate dates Saturday 10th September and Wednesday 5th October so that councillors that work can come.
  2. ii) Chairmanship skills – 13th July

 

 

  1. FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT
  2. a)    A completed copy of reconciled bank statement was signed by the Chairman &    RFO
  3. b) Balances

After the cheques below have been paid the balances on the council’s   accounts as at 20th June 2016 will be as follows:

Community       £2,996.28

Tracker          £113187.52

Treasury           £60,962.08

 

 

  1. SCHEDULE OF PAYMENTS TO BE AUTHORISED

 

Cheque no. Payee Payment details Amount
Cheques paid
106501,106504-8 GM/SW/JF/OCC/AR/HMR&C April sals/wages/pen/PAYE/NIC 4,341.46
106502 Arbor Tree work 150.00
106503 First Aid Matters Queen’s 90th birthday party 150.00
106509 T Davies (Awesome M’dise) Mugs Queen’s Party 650.00
106510 Universal Access Fencing Church Road Rec 353.50
d/d Bank Charges 13.4.16 – 12.05.16 31.44
d/d Siemens Finance services Photocopier lease 486.33
Total £6162.73
Cheques to Pay
106511 Green Scythe Ltd Cuts to recs 13/4 & 27/04 475.68
106512 Wheatley Scouts 90th Birthday Flyer delivery 150.00
106513 Lyreco Copier paper/ post trays 45.35
106514 Mainstream Digital Ltd Telephone calls 03/05-31/05 2.50
106515 Parchments of Oxford June/July Newsletter 1,871.30
106516 Annette Richards June/July Newsletter 680.00
106517 Arrow Accounting 2015-2016 Internal Audit 424.60
106518 Local Toilet Hire Toilets HMQ party                        234.00
106519 Oxford Marquee Ltd Marquee cost for HMQ party                     1,360.80
106520 Wheatley Society Prizes for HMQ party                          26.88
GM/SW/JF/OCC/AR/HMR&C June sals/wages/pen/PAYE/NIC 4,303.43
Total                   £9,574.54

 

 

INCOME RECEIVED SINCE LAST MEETING

 

Income details Amount
Newsletter Advertising 1,225.00
WPFT May repayments of loan 500.00
Donations to Queens Birthday 710.00
Treasury deposit interest 37.67
OCC verges payment 295.38
Total £2,768.05

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  1. PUBLICATIONS & CORRESPONDENCE RECEIVED
  2. i) The Haseleys May 2016*
  3. ii) Little Milton Newsletter – May 2016*
  • iii) Great Milton Bulletin –April 2016*
  1. iv) URC Newsletter – June 2016*
  2. v) Tiddington with Albury and Milton Common –June/July 2016*
  3. vi) The Haseleys – June 2016*
  • vii) Open Space Society Summer 2016 + AGM 7th July 2016
  • viii) Thank-you for grant aid from Village Archives.
  1. ix) Oxfordshire Playing Fields Association Newsletter Spring 2016
  2. x) Letter from Great Milton Parish Council re the possibility of an ASDA shuttle bus service in the surrounding villages.

 

 

* On display in Parish Office

 

 

  1. 23. DATE OF NEXT MEETING – 18th July 2016

 

 

  1. ITEMS FOR INFORMATION

 

 

  1. 25. RESOLUTION TO EXCLUDE THE PUBLIC

that under Section 100A(4) of the Local Government Act 1972, the public be excluded on  the grounds that it involves the likely disclosure of exempt information as defined in paragraph X of Part 1 of Schedule 12A to the Act, namely private contractual and employment matters

 

 

26  SALARY AND WAGE REVIEW FOR PARISH COUNCIL STAFF  FOLLOWING THE AGREED PAY AWARD FOR 2016-2017 AND 2017-2018

 

       See enclosed paper

Wheatley Parish Council


MINUTES OF THE MEETING OF THE FINANCE & GENERAL PURPOSES COMMITTEE OF THE COUNCIL HELD ON MONDAY 21st MARCH 2016 IN THE MERRY BELLS COFFEE ROOM AT 7.30PM


PRESENT: Councillors: P Gregory (Chairman), G Stephens, J Carr, P Hood, P Willmott, R Reilly, T Davies & T Newman

 

OFFICER: THE CLERK: Gareth Morris

 

Also present; Parish Councillor R Bell


133. APOLOGIES FOR ABSENCE had been received from Cllr A Davies

 

 134. DECLARATIONS OF INTEREST – Cllr P Willmott for item 5, Wheatley Playing Field Trust

   

 135. MINUTES OF THE PREVIOUS MEETING HELD 15th FEBRUARY 2016 which had been circulated previously were signed as a correct and accurate record

 

136. UPDATE ON ITEMS FROM THE MINUTES 15TH FEBRUARY 2016

 i) Minute 119(i) – VPA Cherry tree in the Church Road Recreation Ground

A reply from Mr Savage (VPA) was read out. A cherry tree had been ordered. The clerk would talk to Richard Taylor about planting it.

The clerk suggested that we wait until the cherry trees along Roman Road have bloomed and then decide on the variety to replace them one that had been removed.

 

ii) Minute 119(ii) – Vehicle Activated signs (Letter to County Councillor Nimmo-Smith)

As a result of a number of mails from Cllr Newman nothing had been heard from Cty Cllr  Nimmo-Smith until today where he says he apologizes for the delay and has passed the matter on to the Deputy Director to investigate.

Cllr Hood proposed and Cllr Davies seconded that a letter is sent to the Leader of the Council, signed by the F&GP Cttee, with a copy of the clerk’s original letter saying the delay is intolerable shows the inefficient nature of the County Council. This was AGREED unanimously.

 

137. TO RECEIVE AN UPDATE ON THE SITUATION REGARDING THE LEASE BETWEEN THE PARISH COUNCIL AND THE WHEATLEY PLAYING FIELD TRUST.

Cllr Gregory reported on progress. A number of inspections had been organised. A productive meeting had been held between the council sub-group and the trustees.

A reply from the Trustees was awaited.

Cllr Newman reported on a site visit to the new pavilion development at Chinor that had been attended by members of the subgroup and the Trustees. A presentation had been given by a member of Chinnor’s Parish Council outlining how the project had been undertaken.

A lease was not yet in place in Chinor. All the funds had been raised by Chinnor parish Council

It was felt the visit had been extremely useful and Wheatley Parish Council could gain help from Chinnor in the future.

 

 138. TO CONSIDER THE PURCHASE OF A DATA PROJECTOR FOR USE BY THE PARISH COUNCIL AND THE NEIGHBOURHOOD PLAN GROUP.

It was AGREED to purchase a projector, screen and lead. These to be kept in the Parish Office when not in use.                  

The clerk would look in to the possibility of getting a front loaded debit or credit card that the Parish Council could use

 

 139. TO CONSIDER THE CONDITION OF THE TREES WITHIN THE VILLAGE AND WHAT ACTIONS ARE NECESSARY

The Clerk had asked Kavan Ring (Buryhook) to look at the land at the corner of St Mary’s Close and London Road. He would ask Tim O’Connor (Arbor) to cutback the tree at the end of the garages on Farm Close Road.

He understood that the hedge on the corner of Howe Close and Ladder Hill had been removed. However the owner of 1 Crown Road was still defying the County Council requests to cut back her hedge.

The trees along the northern side of the footpath from Farm Close Road to Farm Close   Lane would be removed when the end terrace house was redeveloped.

The clerk would contact Arbor to remove the dead bough on the plane tree on Littleworth Green

 

 140. TO CONSIDER THE GENERAL TIDINESS OF THE VILLAGE

After an extensive discussion the following suggestions were made:

  • A village clean up two or three times a year, to include road signs – this would need  organising, including equipment such as a pressure washer, brush etc. (this would need organising )– mention at APM?
  • A steel shed (Shed for Life) or a metal locker be purchased. Kept on ex toilet block land or in the locked alleyways at Cullum Road Recreation Ground
  • Bags of leaves eg from around St Mary’s Close tree could be taken to the wooded area owned by the Parish Council by the Holton Playing fields
  • Cllr Newman would ask SODC for a street cleaning schedule. Cllrs to draw up a list of roads that need cleaning.
  • The Sport’s Centre banner had been removed on the fence by the flyover had been taken down after a request from the clerk. A large board in the same location would be taken down.
  • SOHA to be contacted and asked to clean their signs at their various properties in the village
  • The clerk would ask the outside workers to clean in front of the shops on Sunday mornings when there were few if any cars parked there

141. GRANTS, LICENCES AND SUBSCRIPTIONS

 i) Fusion Youth & Community St George’s Day Community Funday – request for £325 as 50% of cost of climbing wall & bouncy castle (£275 last year) – Agreed £325

ii) Queen’s 90th Birthday party celebrations (£1,500 for marquee in 2012)

Cllr T Davies reported on progress made for a day of celebration with help from Sands Dance Group, the church and musicians.

Cllr Newman proposed and Seconded by Cllr Reilly up to £1,500 to be granted

Cllr Newman reported that SODC would be giving, on application, £1,600 to the Parish Council


142. TO CONSIDER THE REPORTS ON THE PARISH COUNCILLORS’ WALKS AROUND THE VILLAGE

The footpath behind Barlows Close had now been cleared. It was agreed that Green Scythe had done a very good job.

It was Agreed that a brush cutter be used a couple of times a year to keep the path tidy. Advice to be sought on further clearance.

It was Agreed that the councillors walks around the village be done again this year. Cllr Newman volunteered to organise.

 

143. TO RECEIVE AN UPDATE ON THE SITUATION OF THE MAPLE TREE CHILDREN’S CENTRE

Cllr Newman was to attend a meeting on the matter which would be talking about raising finance for non-statutory provision. Statutory provision would be provided at a ‘hub’ in Barton

 

144. CLERK UPDATE

i)  Rock fall in Church Road Recreation Ground.

A rock fall had occurred from the cliff face at the north end of the recreation ground.

The clerk passed around photographs. Cllr Newman supplied the name of a surveyor. The clerk would contact the surveyor and arrange a site visit

ii) OCC would be resurfacing London Road, from Sunnyside to The Avenue, starting  on 5th.  A diversion along Old London Road would be in place.

145. FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT

a) Budget to the end of February 2016 was discussed

A  completed copy of reconciled bank statement was signed by the Chairman & RFO

b) Balances

After the cheques below have been paid the balances on the council’s   accounts as at 15th February will be as follows:

 Community        £2,845.15

 Tracker            £91,461.78

 Treasury            £60,887.99

 

146. SCHEDULE OF PAYMENTS TO BE AUTHORISED

 

Cheque no. Payee Payment details Amount
Cheques paid
106432-106437 GM/SW/JF/OCC/AR/HMR&C Jan sals/wages/pen/PAYE/NIC 4,047.97
106442 Lyreco Ltd Photocopier paper 36.20
d/d Barclays Bank Charges 13/01/16-14/02/16 26.65
Total £4,104.82
Cheques to Pay
106438 Safe and Sound Playgrounds Replacement of nest swing leg 918.00
106439 Berinsfield Community Business Verges – Feb 608.33
106440 Mainstream Digital Phone calls 04/02/16-26/02/16 1.51
106441 M Aitken Plants for the Memorial Gardens 49.00
106443 Thames Water Memorial Gardens–30.12.-6.03.16 8.22
106444 SODC Dog bins 01.10.15-31.03.16 200.93
 106445 Green Scythe Ltd Clear path behind Barlow’s Close 1,677.60
106446 Irwin Mitchell Village Green Application 234.40
106447 T Newman Carbon Monoxide Alarm 59.98
106448 Merry Bells Recharge for gas used 52.04
106448 Merry Bells Hire of hall and coffee room 171.00
S/O Wheatley Playing Field Trust Monthly standing order 833.33
GM/SW/JF/AR/OCC//HMR&C Mar sals/wages/pen/PAYE/NICs 4,200.00
Total                   £8,984.34

 

 

INCOME RECEIVED SINCE LAST MEETING

 

Income details Amount
Newsletter Advertising 1,540.00
WPFT Feb repayments of loan 500.00
Total £2,040.00


147. PUBLICATIONS & CORRESPONDENCE RECEIVED AND NOTED

i) The Haseleys March 2016*

ii) Little Milton Newsletter – March 2016*

iii) Great Milton Bulletin – February 2016*

iv) URC Newsletter – March 2016*

v) Holton, Waterperry & Waterstock News – March 2016*

vi) Tiddington with Albury and Milton Common – February/March 2016*

vii) TVP Neighbourhood Team – Wheatley/Chalgrove January 2016 Newsletter*

viii) Green Belt Network Newsletter March 2016*

* On display in Parish Office

 

 

148. DATE OF NEXT MEETING – 18th APRIL 2016 – noted

 

149. ITEMS FOR INFORMATION

 The clerk reported that the diocese had approved the new position for the bench in the Memorial Gardens. The forms to obtain a Faculty now had to be filled and sent to the Parochial Church Council

Cllr Carr would check if the stories that the CAB had closed its Wheatley outreach office in the URC were correct


The meeting closed at 9.20pm

Wheatley Parish Council
MINUTES OF THE MEETING OF THE FINANCE & GENERAL PURPOSES COMMITTEE OF THE COUNCIL HELD ON MONDAY 15th FEBRUARY 2016 IN THE MERRY BELLS COFFEE ROOM AT 7.30PM
PRESENT: Councillors: P Gregory (Chairman), G Stephens, J Carr, P Hood, P Willmott (until 8.10pm), R Reilly, T Davies & A Davies

OFFICER: THE CLERK: Gareth Morris

Also present; County Councillor Anne Purse & 2 members of the public

116. APOLOGIES FOR ABSENCE been received from Cllr Newman

117. DECLARATIONS OF INTEREST – Cllrs Stephens & Cllr Willmott for item 5 as they were both members of the Playing Field Trust

118. MINUTES OF THE PREVIOUS MEETING HELD 18th JANUARY2016 – which had been circulated previously were signed as a correct and accurate record

119. UPDATE ON ITEMS FROM THE MINUTES 18TH JANUARY 2016
i) Minute101(i) – VPA Cherry tree in the Church Road Recreation Ground
The clerk had contacted Aaron Savage of VPA and asked him to contact the office but he hadn’t as yet
ii) Minute 101(ii) – Vehicle Activated Signs –The Chairman and the Clerk had written to County Councillor David Nimmo Smith, Cabinet member for Environment, on 4th, outlining the Parish Council’s grievance with the County Council over the delay in getting the paperwork out to the Parish Council so the signs could be installed. A reply had been received that day which said the letter had been forwarded to the relevant officers and (they) would respond in full as soon as possible. The committee expressed its disappointment at the delay by the County Council.
County Cllr Anne Purse, at her Saturday Surgery had been asked to take up the matter which she would do when she attended the County Council on Tuesday.
iii) Minute 101(iv) – Littleworth Allotments – the Chairman of the Committee and the clerk had held a site meeting with a number of allotment holders the previous Friday. This had proved very useful in hopefully allying fears of the allotment holders of the parish Council’s intention of keeping the land for allotments and in finding out from the allotment holders the which land they owned and which land the Parish Council owned.
iv) Minute 115 – 3rd bullet point – bus subsidies. Cllr Tim Davies, the Parish Council’s Public Transport representative, had hosted an extremely successful public meeting for residents from a number of parishes which had been attended by a representative of Heyfordian Buses who have devised a new timetable to replace the 103/104.

120. TO RECOMMEND TO FULL COUNCIL LEASE AND GRANT AGREEMENTS BETWEEN THE PARISH COUNCIL AND THE WHEATLEY PLAYING FIELD TRUST

The chairman reminded the committee that at its last meeting Cllrs Newman, Gregory and Carr and the clerk had been tasked with dealing with the lease and solicitors. They had met on three occasions and had had one meeting with the solicitors at their offices.
This had resulted in the lease that was now before the committee for recommendation to full council. When the clerk circulated the lease, councillors were asked to submit questions before this meeting so answers could be ascertained. Only Cllr Bell had done so. The address given in the lease was the address.of the Councillor who filled in the application form for the Charities Commissioners. The official address was in fact the Parish Office.
Was it sensible to have the postal address of the trust at the pavilions, the same address could be used as in the first instance. What about the ability of the Rugby Club to be able to apply for grants. The Rugby Club could be granted a separate lease covering the land they occupy. Who seeks planning permission? The Trust or the freeholder? Either could, but the solicitor suggested it should be the body gaining the most, in this case, the Trust.

The Chairman said that our solicitors had asked for the names of the Trust’s solicitors.

Cllr T Davies had a number of question; the first was reinstatement and the second was on the tenant using the land as collateral for a loan and the third was on the review of the rent. The Chairman asked Cllr T Davies if he could put these questions in writing to the clerk. This he said he would do.

Cllr Willmott said that the Trust could not operate under the lease in its current form, it was totally in appropriate, a management committee might as well be used. If the terms are not suitable for the Trust then the Trust will dissolve. If a lease was not in place by Easter, when the Trust had to produce their accounts then the Trust would dissolve. Cllr Willmott went on to say that the Parish Council had not accepted its antibioticspro.com ownership or responsibility for the playing fields since September 2015. He said that there was a fire risk, Legionnaires Disease, complete disregard for social inclusion as there is no disabled access to the buildings.

8.10pm Cllr Willmott left the meeting
Cllr Davies proposed and Cllr Reilly seconded that a break clause in the lease be 40 years. There vote was tied with 3 votes in favour and 3 votes against with 1 abstention. The Chairman used his casting vote against the proposal (Standing Order 58). The motion thus Failed.

Cllr Carr proposed and Cllr Hood seconded that the council undertakes a Health and Safety repot on the phenterminehealth.com buildings at the sports field. This was Agreed by 6 votes in favour with 1 abstention

Cllr Hood proposed and Cllr Reilly seconded that the committee was not in a position to recommend the lease to full council. This was Agreed with 6 votes in favour and 1 abstention

The Chairman asked if the committee was happy if the 4 people (Cllrs Gregory, Carr and Newman and the clerk) who had been dealing with the lease and the solicitors continue to act on behalf of the Parish Council. This was agreed.

Cllr T Davis proposed and Cllr Reilly seconded that the Trust is written to expressing regret that the committee was not in a position to recommend the lease to full council and that the Trust is asked for their Heads of Terms. This was Agreed by 6 votes in favour and 1 abstention.

121. TO CONSIDER THE NUMBER OF ADVERTISING SIGNS IN THE VILLAGE
It was suggested that a standard letter be prepared in the Parish Office which could be sent as a matter of course to the offending Estate Agent or business.

122. TO CONSIDER THE CONDITION OF THE TREES WITHIN THE VILLAGE AND WHAT ACTIONS ARE NECESSARY
Land at the eastern corner of St Mary’s Close and London Road. It was Agreed to ask Kavan Ring (Buryhook) to attend to the trees and vegetation.

123. TO CONSIDER SUPPORT FOR THE MAPLE TREE CHILDREN’S CENTRE
The County Council was to decide the budget the next day.

124. GRANTS, LICENCES AND SUBSCRIPTIONS – None

125. CONSIDER THE REPORTS ON THE PARISH COUNCILLORS’ WALKS
AROUND THE VILLAGE
The footpath alongside the Ambrose Rise stream had been strummed and tidied up
Footpath at the back of Barlow’s Close – a quote for the removal of the vegetation etc. had been received from Green Scythe for £1,398.00 (ex VAT)
Cllr Stephens proposed and Cllr Hood seconded that the Parish Council goes ahead with work. The was Agreed unanimously

Cllr Stephens proposed and Cllr Hood seconded the Parish Council pursues a claim for the ownership of the land. This was Agreed unanimously

126. TO CONSIDER THE REQUEST FROM THE NEIGHBOURHOOD ACTION GROUP FOR A JOINT PARISH COUNCIL/THAMES VALLEY POLICE ACTION DAY
It was Agreed to invite Inspector Harling (TVP) to the Parish Council meeting on
Monday 7th March

127. CLERK UPDATE
i) Repair to Nest Swing, Church Road Recreation Ground – repairs had been completed the previous Friday.
ii) Litter Pick – “Clean for the Queen”
There had been a request from Mr Kevin Heritage at Wheatley Park School was that could a group of pupils do a ‘clean up’ of the council’s recreation areas on Friday 4th March.
iii) HM Lord-Lieutenant of Oxfordshire, HM the Queen’s 90th Birthday. Celebrations in June 2016.
Cllr T Davies was hosting a meeting of interested parties on the next Wednesday.
iv) Request from Fusion Youth and Community to use Church Road Recreation Ground on Saturday 23rd April for their St George’s Day Funday – GRANTED
v) Request for Wheatley May Day Committee to us Church Road Recreation for the Maypole Celebrations on Monday 2nd May 2016 – GRANTED
vi) Request for grants from SODC – noticeboards, benches, cycle sheds (Merry Bells) – It was felt that the Merry Bells should make their own application.

128. FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT
a) Budget to the end of January 2016 had been circulated with the Agenda
Signing of A completed copy of reconciled bank statement was signed by the Chairman & RFO
b) Balances
After the cheques below have been paid the balances on the council’s accounts as at 15th February will be as follows:
Community £3,680.09
Tracker £98,461.78
Treasury £60,887.99

129. SCHEDULE OF PAYMENTS AUTHORISED

Cheque no. Payee Payment details Amount
Cheques paid
106396-402 GM/SW/JF/OCC/AR/HMR&C Jan sals/wages/pen/PAYE/NIC 4,332.21
106421 Arbor – Tree Specialists St Marys/L’worth Green/FCR path 1,480.00
106423 Holton Village Hall Neighbourhood Plan meeting 36.25
d/d Barclays Bank Charges 14/12/15-12/01/16 23.13
Total £5,871.59
Cheques to Pay
106422 Annette Richards Feb/Mar newsletter 680.00
106424 Buryhook (Kavan Ring) Xmas tree/willows Kelly’s Rd. 876.00
106425 Swift Digital services photocopies 50.09
106426 Parchment Printers Feb/Mar newsletter 1,871.30
106427 Mainstream Digital Telephone calls 4/1/16-28/1/16 1.79
106428 J Carr Postal surcharge 1.50
106429 The Post Office Stamps 350.00
106430 Green Scythe Ltd Ambrose Rise Footpath 333.60
106431 Berinsfield Community Business Verges January payment 608.33
S/O Wheatley Playing Field Trust Monthly standing order 833.33
GM/SW/JF/AR/OCC//HMR&C Feb sals/wages/pen/PAYE/NICs 4,000.00
Total £8,314.01

INCOME RECEIVED SINCE LAST MEETING

Income details Amount
Treasury Bill Interest 37.21
Newsletter Advertising 100.00
WPFT Feb repayments of loan 500.00
Total £637.21
130. PUBLICATIONS & CORRESPONDENCE RECEIVED AND NOTED
i) The Haseleys February 2016*
ii) Little Milton Newsletter – February 2016*
iii) Great Milton Bulletin – January/February 2016*
iv) URC Newsletter – January 2016*
v) Holton, Waterperry & Waterstock News – January 2016*
vi) Tiddington with Albury and Milton Common – February/March 2016*
vii) TVP Neighbourhood Team – Wheatley/Chalgrove January 2016 Newsletter*

* On display in Parish Office

131. DATE OF NEXT MEETING – 21st March 2016 – noted

132. ITEMS FOR INFORMATION – None

The meeting closed 8.42pm