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Annual Parish Meeting

April 16 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

All parishioners are welcome to attend to find out what the Parish Council has done in the past year and our plans for the future. We would also like to hear any projects you would like us to undertake.

 

AGENDA

7.30 pm 1. Apologies for absence

7.32 pm 2. Welcome by Cllr Hugh Baker, Chairman of Bathford Parish Council

7.34 pm 3. Minutes of last year’s Annual Parish Meeting held on 24th April 2017

7.36 pm 4. Matters Arising

7.41 pm 5.Chairman’s Report 2018

7.48 pm 6.  Parish Hall Management Committee election and village representatives (Martin Wright)

Speakers

7.51 pm 7. Councillor Susan Barclay, Financial Summary – Finance & Admin Committee

7.55 pm 8.Councillor Alison Millar and Councillor Martin Veal- BANES Ward Councillors

8.00 pm 9. Councillor Charles Gerrish, BANES – Cabinet Member for Finance and Efficiency, funding challenges and impact on services offered.

8.15 pm 10.Karen Sykes – Bathford Primary School Academisation

8.22 pm 11.Trevor Wilmot, Neighbourhood Watch Administrator

8.30 pm Coffee break and informal question and answer session

8.40 pm 12. Proposals and questions for which written notice has been given
Ideas for future projects

8.50 pm 13. Open Question and Answer session

9.00 pm Formal closure of meeting by Cllr Hugh Baker, Chairman of Bathford Parish Council

* All Committee Reports will be available to read in the Parish Hall from 7pm before the start of the meeting

 

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April 16
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7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
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