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Minutes

2021

Draft Minutes 10.8.21
Draft Minutes 13.7.21
Draft Minutes 8.6.21
Draft Minutes 4.5.21
Draft minutes Annual Meeting 4.5.21
Draft Minutes 13 April 2021
Draft Annual Parish Meeting minutes 13 April 2021
Draft Minutes 9.3.21
Draft Minutes 13.2.21
Draft Minutes 9.2.21
Draft Minutes 12.1.21
Draft Minutes 7.1.21
Draft Minutes 5.1.21

2020

Draft Minutes 8.12.20
Draft Minutes 10.11.2020
Draft Minutes 21.10.20
Draft Minutes 13.10.20
Draft Minutes 8.9.20
Draft Minutes 11.8.2020
Draft Minutes 14.7.20
Draft Minutes 10.06.20
Draft Minutes 13.5.20
Draft minutes 12.2.20
Draft minutes 15.1.20

2019

Draft minutes 11.12.19
Draft minutes 13.11.19
Draft minutes 16.10.19
Draft minutes 11.9.19
Draft minutes 14.8.19
Draft minutes – Planning meeting 22.7.19
Draft Minutes 10.7.19
Draft Minutes 11.6.19
Draft Minutes 14.5.19
Draft Minutes 9.4.19
Draft Minutes 12.3.19
Draft Minutes 12.2.19
Draft Minutes 8.1.19

2018

Draft minutes 13 11 18
Draft minutes 9.10.18
Draft minutes 11 9 18
Draft minutes 10 7 18
Draft minutes 12 6 18
Draft minutes 15 5 18
Draft Annual Parish Meeting Minutes 15 5 2018
Draft minutes 24 4 18
Draft Minutes 13 3 18
Agenda 13 3 18
Draft minutes 13 2 18
Draft minutes 9 1 18

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  • Parishioners are not normally named in minutes as attendees or in terms of representations made unless necessary for the performance of a council’s statutory duties, functions, and contracts. Doing so creates the potential for Data Protection issues and as parishioners are not formally part of a parish council meeting doing so serves no purpose.
  • Minutes are normally a record of decisions made and little else. We would not normally make a verbatim record of what individual Councillor have said. It is rarely necessary to record details of debate (examples of when it would be material to do so would be in evidencing that appropriate advice had been considered, or risks assessed in relation to decisions).
  • Decisions made in council meetings are immediate and do not need the minutes to be approved before they are enacted.
  • Minutes of the Annual Parish Council Meeting (some use the colloquial term “AGM”) are approved at the next meeting of the parish council, NOT a year later at the next Annual Parish Council Meeting.
  • Minutes of the Annual Parish Meeting are not approved by a parish council, they are approved at the next Parish Meeting, which is usually an annual event, though can be more frequent if further Parish Meetings are called.