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Annual Parish Meeting April 17th 2019

Elsworth’s Annual Parish Meeting

Wednesday April 17thth 2019 at 7:30pm

Elsworth School Hall Broad End CB23 4JD

This is an open meeting. All parishioners are encouraged to come along.

The evening will start with brief formalities followed by an open question time for 15- 30 mins. After this there will be a social time (as always, wine and nibbles will be available) for everyone to mingle and chat, meet new and old friends, and ask representatives of village organisations and local authorities many questions.

Representatives from various organisations all hope to be there

Our PCSO Cambridgeshire County Council South Cambs District Council
Elsworth C of E School Elsworth Community Shop Elsworth and District Show Committee
Elsworth Parish Council Elsworth Sports Club Elsworth Times Newsletter
Elsworth’s Tree Warden The Fardell’s Lane Reserve Committee
Holy Trinity Church The Samuel Franklin Fund,

See you there!

Parish Council Annual Audit 2017

Annual Audit. The Audit for end year March 31st 2017 has been received from PKFLittleJohn. – on the basis of their review, in their opinion the annual return is in accordance with proper practices and no matters have come to their attention giving cause for concern that relevant legislation and regulatory requirements have not been met. The Audit is Closed.

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Additional Parish Council Meeting

An additional Parish Council meeting will be held on Wednesday November 25th at 7:30 pm in Elsworth School Hall.  The Parish Council will formulate the parish budget and consider the precept for the coming financial year 2016-2017

Parish Council Annual Audit 2015

The Annual Audit of the Parish council accounts end year 2015 has been returned. In the Auditors’ opinion on the basis of the review of the annual return is that the information in the annual return is in accordance with proper practices and no matters have come to their attention giving cause for concern that relevant legislation and regulatory requirements have not been met.

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