ALNMOUTH PARISH COUNCIL MEETING
TUESDAY 14th July 2015 at 7:30pm in the HINDMARSH HALL
91/15 Apologies for Absence
Notification from Councillors who are absent from this meeting.
92/15 Minutes of the Previous Meeting
To consider approval or amendment of minutes of the meeting held on 9th June.
93/15. Matters Arising out of Minutes
To receive updates on the following matters not appearing elsewhere on the agenda:
· Village Clean-up
· 4 Peases Gardens
· Hindmarsh Hall Fundraising Committee
· Painting of Beacon Pole
· Information Boards
· Dr Joy’s Garden
· Bird Scarers
94/15 Peases Park Upgrade
To discuss and approve expenditure on upgrade of the Peases Park and play equipment.
95/15 Allotment Association
To discuss the setting up of a new allotment association.
96/15 Double Yellow Lines in the Village
To discuss placing of double-yellow lines in the village and potential funding options.
97/15 Walks Brochures
To discuss a new print run of the Walks Brochures and any necessary amendments to the text.
98 Parish Website
To discuss any possible improvements to the current website provision.
99/15 Council Matters
To receive update/report from County Council Representatives.
100/15 Reports from Sub-Committees
a) Arts Festival
b) Christmas Lights
c) Village Maintenance
To approve expenses, any invoices or expense claims received prior to or during the meeting and to discuss any other issues related to the finances of the Parish Council as are deemed necessary.
102/15 Council Communications
To note communications sent and received by the council since the last meeting, for information only.
103/15 Public Contribution
To hear comments/representations from parishioners.
104/15 Any Other Business
To hear other urgent matters councillors may wish to raise.
105/15 Date & Time Next Meeting
To note the date of the next meeting.
If any Alnmouth parishioners are present and wish to speak, at 8pm a period of 15 minutes will be set aside during the meeting to allow members of the public to speak. Each Alnmouth Parishioner will be allowed a maximum of four minutes.