Bleadon Parish Council
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Bleadon Parish Church St.Peter and St.Paul

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Bleadon Village Store and Post Office

THE DEFIBRILLATOR

Apparently the defibrillator is fine (the defib pack itself still has a green disc showing).  However, it is the case that is FLASHING - probably because it is a bit hot (honestly).  It has a max - min temperature range programmed into it on installation. 
The Hall Superviser is now in post - Bill Blacklock - and he has kindly agreed to keep an eye on it for the time being.

THE PUBLIC CONVENIENCES
The drain in the Gents' Toilet is blocking regularly due to scale build up.  Aquablast HAS now descaled so it should be fixed.

New Parish Councillors
The good news is that the council is now at full strength. Your council is now in a much better position to represent the village and its residents as the workload will be spread between nine councillors rather than three.  Please welcome your new councillors when next you see them and thank them for stepping forward.

Click here to see which councillor has responsibility for which topic.  The Chairman and vice-Chairman are members of every committee.

The next Parish Council Meeting will be an extraordinary meeting at 9.00 pm, Monday 13th August 2018 in the Coronation Hall. This meeting will be held primarily to consider the outcomes of the public meeting on road safety on the A370 being held earlier that evening.

Next Planning Committee Meeting                                                                           To be arranged.
Next Finance and Personnel Committee Meeting
To be held in late November 2018
Click here to view Agenda and Minute documents

BLEADON NEWS - SUMMER EDITION BEING PREPARED! 
Look out for the edition this month - lots of interesting and colourful news! Email gutsells@btinternet.com to volunteer for future editions.

Notice of Public Rights and Publication of Unaudited Annual Governance and Accountability Return (AGAR) and the Exercise of Public Rights for the financial year 2017-2018.
The first stage of the annual audit process has taken place.  The accounts for 2017-18 have been examined by the internal auditor (Richard Young) and everything was found to be in order.  The Parish Council approved the Annual Governance and Accountability Return (AGAR) at their meeting on 11th June 2018 and all audit documentation has been sent to the external auditors (PKF Littlejohn) for their approval. Please click for Section 1 and Section 2.

There must be a period of time when members of the public are allowed to inspect all financial documentation relating to 2017-18.  I have set this period to be 2nd July to 10th August 2018.  Documents will be available for examination by any Parishioner on reasonable notice during that period.  Copies of documents can be supplied at the cost of 10p per document (please note, some information may be redacted to comply with data protection legislation).  Click here for full information regarding the exercise of public rights.

Please note that these accounts are unaudited and therefore the Accounting Statements as published may be subject to change.
Marian Barber, Clerk.  20th June 2018

Latest News & Events more >

Play Area
Interim Rangers (Mark and Steve) spread the new bark chippings on 10th July.  Soon we will add more sand to the sandpit, having first removed some bark!

BLEADON FLORAL
"Thank you" to all the parishioners who helped Cllrs Hemingway and Blezard with the big Plant-Up. Look out for new tubs and plants - and water them whenever you can during this amazingly hot weather!

OUTLINE APPLICATION: LAND OFF BLEADON ROAD
The outline application is now with NSC.  The number is 17/P/5545/OUT and you can access it on their website.  http://www.n-somerset.gov.uk/my-services/planning-building-control/planning/commenting-on-applications/lookatplanningapplications/    

NEW BUS SERVICE FOR BLEADON - starts Monday 30th April 2018
Click here for the poster.  

 

 

Neighbourhood Plans - pros and cons
AS PROMISED, click here for the Pros/Cons paper from Locking Parish Council (with their Clerk's permission) and click here for Nigel Cooper's commentary on the pros and cons.

You will find more latest news here >