ROLLRIGHT PARISH COUNCIL

MONTHLY MEETING MONDAY, 10th APRIL, 2017

MINUTES

Present: Gavin Southwell: Roz Wiley (Chair): Janet Wilkinson

                    Sue Glasson (Parish Clerk)

Members of the general public

1. APOLOGIES

Gareth Bartlett

Duncan Midwood

2. MINUTES OF THE MARCH MEETING

These were approved without amendment.

3. MATTERS ARISING

Highways: it is not clear if the pot-hole outside the Village Hall gate has

been repaired. It is not so deep but is not level with the road either. There

will be stone left unused after the memorial is erected and this will be used

to fill the hole.

No progress from Highways on the bank outside the Fletcher's Field gate.

4. ROLLRIGHT PLANE CRASH MEMORIAL

Plans are well in hand for this event.

5. ROLLRIGHT REVIEW EDITOR

The £419 grant has now  been received to enable the PC to buy a

computer to comply with the Transparency Code. Gareth will be

taking over as Editor after the plane crash memorial and the money

is now available for him to buy the computer. Gareth

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6. THE UNICORN

WODC is still trying to put a Compulsory Purchase order in place

The sticking point seems to be agreeing the market value.

7. FOOTPATH

The Clerk has now put in an application for an Alteration to the

Definitive Map. It is claimed that this process will take 10 years

to be considered but it was suggested at the meeting that Cllr Hilary Biles

has expedited the process on behalf of another PC. The Clerk was asked

to write to Cllr Biles. Sue

8. TUBS ON THE VILLAGE GREEN

The tubs need to be replaced. It was agreed that this matter would be

discussed at the AGM in May.

9. CHILDREN'S PLAYGROUND

Nothing to report.

9. VILLAGE HALL

The guttering is to be repaired and a new floor put down.

10. JUBILEE FIELD

Nothing to report

11. FINANCIAL POSITION

There is £8174 in the High Rise Account, £656.15 in the Current Account.

The latter includes the grant money for the computer. £418.

£502 in the Playground Account.

Financial transactions over £100:

Clerk's monthly salary £190.

12. ANY OTHER BUSINESS

John Dyer mentioned the very poor condition of local roads and

footpaths,not in our parish, particularly the footpath to Over Norton which

is very overgrown. The Clerk was asked to write to Highways in support

of Over Norton Parish Council. Sue

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NEW ARRIVALS IN THE VILLAGE

None that the PC is aware of.

NEXT MEETING: 8th May, 2017, AGM

Village Hall AGM 7pm

Parish Council AGM 7.30

Councillors are expected to attend both.

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