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Warsop Parish Council Meeting Minutes

Warsop Parish Council
Town Hall
Church Street
Warsop
Notts NG20 0AL
01623 846011

DRAFT MINUTES of the Parish Council meeting held on MONDAY 17th March, 2014 at 6.30pm upstairs in the Council Chamber, Town Hall.
Present: Cllrs. J. Kerr (Chairman), A. Wetton, D. Evans, H. Kochanowski, M. Needham, S. Moody, M. Ellis and D. Harrison.

Apologies: Cllrs. P. Crawford (Vice-Chairman), J. Allin (NCC), P. Shields (MDC) and J.S. Dale.

9094.  DECLARATIONS BY MEMBERS OF PERSONAL AND PREJUDICIAL INTEREST - The Chairman drew the attention of Members to declare any personal or prejudicial interests related to agenda items.
Big Warsop Partnership – Cllr. H. Kochanowski,  P Shields, S. Moody and M. Ellis.  
Warsop Town Hall Management Group – Cllrs. S. Moody, J. Allin, P. Crawford, J. Kerr and H. Kochanowski
Warsop Carnival – Cllrs. S. Moody, P. Shields, J. Dale and D. Evans.
SOS – Cllrs. S. Moody, P. Crawford, J. Kerr and H. Kochanowski
CCTV – Cllr. J. Allin
Age Concern  – Cllrs. J. Allin, P. Crawford and H. Kochanowski
Welbeck Colts - Cllr. A. Wetton
Market Warsop Players – Cllrs. S. Moody
Meden Vale the Future – Cllrs. J. Allin and J. Kerr
Warsop Footpaths & Countryside Group & Unit 2000 – Cllr. H. Kochanowski, S. Moody (Unit 2000)
Friends of the Carrs – Cllr. P. Shields
Assoc of Labour Councillors – Cllrs. A. Wetton, J. Allin, s. Moody, J. Kerr and P. Crawford.

9095. MINUTES OF PARISH COUNCIL MEETING – Monday 24th February, 2014 accepted as a true record with a couple of amendments.

9096. CRIME AND DISORDER – No Police present.

PUBLIC PARTICIPATION : Residents of Wood Lane, Church Warsop wish to complain about the off-road motorbike nuisance in the wood opposite, they have rang the Police repeatedly but nothing appears to be being done about it. They were angry that there was no police presence at the meeting and with this in mind The Chairman allowed discussion to take place.  He told the residents that the PC will fully support them and do whatever they can to help.  Suggestions were made that they should attend the next police priorities setting meeting in April, The Clerk will advise them when it is.  The Clerk will email Paddy Tipping, Insp Mark Webster, the newly appointed Sgt for Warsop and the beat manager for Warsop about this issue.

MATTERS ARISING OUT OF PUBLIC PARTICIPATION:  None

9097.  TOWN HALL – The recruitment advert for the Reception Supervisor is in the April edition of W&DN all volunteers have been advised and the closing date for applications is 11th April. The Clerk, Chairman, Vice-Chair and Cllr. Moody will attend the interviews
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9098.  SHOP – Contracts have been signed. New shop front and shutters have been installed. The owner is hoping to be open later this month or early next and will have a feature in Warsop News. Cllr. Kerr has managed to secure a grant from MDC of £5,000 for the shop.
                                
9099.  WARSOP AND DISTRICT NEWS – March edition front page will feature Friends Warsop Youth Club with the former Shine facility in the Eastwood Depot. Cllr. Crawford has prepared an article about the precept.

9100.  P-DAY – High Street car park has been cleared ready for poppy seeds to be planted. Cllr. Allin has given permission for the flower beds to be planted and has obtained a bench for Robert Bye VC and a plaque.  RBL and Rotary are donating 1 kilo of seeds, Spencers is donating compost and lots of organisations are getting on board offering help. All the Churches are planting poppies in their grounds. On the 11th May there will be a 2 minutes silence at 11.11am, veterans will be there will be short speeches from the RBL and Welbeck Brass Band will play. There will be face painting for the children and hopefully a Hog Roast and other refreshments will be available. Next meeting is Wednesday in the Town Hall at 5pm. High Street car park had been cleared ready for Poppy seeds to be planted. The Chairman thanked Footpaths group for their help. Cllr. Allin, although not present, has given permission to plant the flower beds on Mansfield Road and will try and secure some funding to help towards maintaining them. Warsop in Bloom are also on board and will plant poppy seeds on the top of Dauney Hill.  The Chairman thanked them for planting the clock-face with spring flowers.

9101.  CARNIVAL – The first SAG meeting has been held. Next meeting is tomorrow in the Town Hall at 6pm.

9102.  BIG WARSOP –The AGM was held recently, there was a good turn out and Community Chest applications deadline is 21st March.

9103.  NEIGHBOURHOOD PLAN – The event bus will be on the market on Thursday 27th March then will go to Spion Kop. On Tuesday 1st April the bus will visit Church Warsop, Warsop Vale and Meden Vale.

9104.  F&GP MEETING – Meeting was held prior to this meeting so no minutes available.
a. Section 137 – application for ATC of £470 was ratified.
At the last meeting a boxing project at Meden School was discussed, they need £360.00. Cllr. Kerr has pledged £100 from his Ward allowance and Cllr. Evans pledged £50 from his, Warsop United Charities are looking to part fund it and PC agreed to make up any shortfall.

9105.  BANK BALANCES AND ACCOUNTS FOR PAYMENT
Lloyds TSB Current Account –  17 Mar 14………………………  £18,926.72
Lloyds TSB Premier Account –  17 Mar 14   ……………………. £48,709.49
Paid in for W&DN 24 Feb – 17 Mar 14 …………………….......      £1,291.00
Included in the Current Account is the grant of £6,300.00 for the development of the Neighbourhood Plan.
Included in the Premier Account is £20,000 reserve and £18,000 capital.
Accounts already paid:
V1187. Cash – Delivery of NP leaflets …………………………………  £360.00
V1188. C. Wilson – Wages – 4 weeks Feb……………………………   £293.80
Accounts to pay:
V1189. Cash – Delivery of W&DN Apr edition ………………………… £360.00
V1190. Cash – Postage …………………………………………………..   £60.00
V1191. T. Barlow – Mobile phone allowance …………………………..     £8.75
V1192. Minster Cleaning – March     ……………………………………. £531.72
V1193. Morton’s Print – W&DN Mar …………………………………   £1,163.00 
V1194. Cash – loft Installation ………………………………………..      £250.00
V1195. Came and Company – Insurance renewal ………………….. £1,188.85 
V1196. Secondelement – Legionella testing ………………………….    £176.40
V1197. T. Barlow – poppy seeds ……………………………………….     £78.50
V1198. Warsop ATC – section 137 for a projector ……………………   £470.00
                     
9106.  NOTTINGHAMSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL – In the absence of Cllr. Allin there was no report.

9107.  MANSFIELD DISTRICT COUNCIL:

  1. Planning Applications:
  2. 49 Mount Crescent - conservatory to rear

Former Goose Farm, Wood Street - residential development of 9 detached bungalows and 4 two storey detached houses and associated new road access - potential s106

  1. Land adj 2 Greendale Close - non illuminated sign
  2. 62 Stonebridge Lane - conservatory to side

 

9108. DATE OF NEXT MEETINGS:
Annual Parish Meeting Tuesday 15th April @ 6pm
FCM Monday 28th April @ 6.30pm

 

 

 

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