Agendas Minutes and Accounts

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Agendas for forthcoming meetings will normally be published in the Parish News, posted on the Parish notice board (outside the village hall) and circulated by email to those residents who have provided an email address.

Minutes of meetings, which normally take place twice a year, in April/May and October/ November, will be circulated by email and can also be obtained by residents free of charge on request to the chairman.

The latest full Parish Meeting was held on Wednesday 6th November 2019 and draft minutes can be downloaded by clicking below. Because of Covid restrictions, there have been no subsequent Parish Meetings other than abbreviated meetings held specifically to deal with the Annual Governance and Accountability Return (“AGAR”) as required by statue.

Minutes of 6th November 2019 Meeting

A meeting convened solely to consider and approve accounts and the Annual Governance and Accountability Return (“AGAR”) for the year ended 31 March 2020 was held on 5th August 2020 and minutes of that meeting can be seen by clicking below.

Minutes of 5th August 2020 Meeting

A meeting convened solely to consider and approve accounts and the AGAR for the year ended 31 March 2021 was held on 28th June 2021. Minutes of that meeting and of the AGAR can be seen by clicking below.

Minutes of 28th June 2021

AGAR 2020/21

The next Parish Meeting will be held in the Village Hall on Tuesday 17th August 2021 at 7.15pm

The Agenda for this meeting can be seen by clicking below.

DRAFT AGENDA 17th August 2021

Note: The “AGAR”

All Parish Meetings in England are required to complete an AGAR. This comprises an Internal Audit Report, a Governance Statement and Accounting Statements. Any person has the right to inspect and make copies of the accounting records.

Parish Meetings where the higher of gross annual income or gross annual expenditure does not exceed £25,000 (as in the case of Selmeston) are able to declare themselves exempt from sending their AGAR for external audit by completing a Certificate of Exemption and sending this to the external auditor.  The duly approved elements of the AGAR must then be published together with the Certificate of Exemption and displayed on the appropriate website or otherwise displayed in the local area.

 

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