matters at the hall. Mr Harrall is putting a bid in to the LJC for the September meeting.
A letter from Mr Jeff Harrall stated that the Trust Deed for the Hall required 12 representatives from: Parish Council, Parochial Church Council, Women's Institute, Youth Club, Cricket Club and Tennis Club. This was now outdated and ............................................................
THE PARISH COUNCIL UNANIMOUSLY AGREED THAT THE RESTRICTION NOW BE REMOVED AND THE JUBILEE HALL COMMITTEE CONSIST OF CO-OPTED MEMBERS WITH THE EXCEPTION OF TWO FROM PARISH COUNCIL AND ONE FROM THE PAROCHIAL CHURCH COUNCIL, AND THAT THE TRUST DEED BE AMENDED ACCORDINGLY.
The Committee now proposed to hold events in the Jubilee Hall which are not specifically fund raising but purely for the benefit and welfare of the inhabitants of the village as per the Parish Plan.
THE PARISH COUNCIL UNANIMOUSLY AGREED THAT THE TRUST DEED BE AMENDED ACCORDINGLY.
nortoninhales.org – donation £125.00
Graham D Powell – (Parish Plan a/c – printing costs) £42.00
Pancreatic Cancer UK – donation in lieu of payment for Internal Audit per Mr EM Rees £85.00
Diamond Print Ltd (Parish Plan a/c – printing costs) £831.90
Bloomsbury Nursery – Plants for In Bloom £358.59
MJ Ankers – work at triangle – planting, weeding etc. £50.00
Jubilee Hall – room hire PC mtg 4.5. £10; AGM 25.5. £10; P Plan mtg 20.5. £5 TOTAL £25.00
NIH Playing Fields – annual subscription/share of upkeep £375.00
M Edwards Clerks salary 3.5.10-4.7.10 £374.18; Broadband Apr/May/June £45.93 TOTAL £420.11
ND Sharman (Parish Plan a/c – expenses re launch) £84.79
datacraft – costs re nortoninhales.org £105.75 (VAT of £15.75 to be reclaimed)
PAID IN: from nortoninhales.org £90.00 to cover the above account less VAT reclaimed.
To discuss: Bus Shelter – it was agreed that the Bus Shelter be washed down before the judging as an inspection deemed it unecessary to have it repainted.. Cllr Lovatt offered to do the job when he is able to.
To discuss: Speed of cars past the School. A boy was recently knocked down by a passing car near the school, fortunately without serious injury; it was again agreed by all that cars drive too fast past school. Cllr Kiessling said she would write to the headteacher asking why the Police were not notified at the time and had a letter been sent to parents? Cllr Powell had also suggested, by e-mail,
the need for a car park near the school and showed concern at the parking on Main Road.
It was unanimously agreed that the Clerk contact the owner/s of the ground behind the Bus Shelter, through their Agent, to seek a way forward for a car park on that area.
To discuss: Offer by AR Richards of skips. At the Parish Plan launch Mr Andrew Richards intimated that their firm may consider providing skips at the concrete pad for one day for disposal and re-cycling of rubbish. He had hoped to attend this meeting, was unable to due to work commitments, but it was unanimously agreed to pursue this idea as it was deemed to be a very generous offer.
To discuss: Affordable Housing Meeting of 14.7.10. This meeting has been cancelled by Shropshire Council due to removal/reduction of funding for housing associations.
To discuss: Shropshire Council 2010-11 Winter Service Review. Will be notified that Bellaport Road to the Cheshire Boundary is always hazardous in wintry conditions and should be a priority as there have been accidents, some serious, due to lack of attention to that road. Also Beswick Lane needs gritting etc as necessary.
To discuss: Samuel Owen Evening 10.8.10. Following the village judging for the British Nationals,
Arne and Astrid Sundstrom, who are travelling from Sweden for the occasion at their own expense, will unveil a plaque to commemorate the life and achievements of Samuel Owen. Cost of this