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LLANYMYNECH & PANT PARISH COUNCIL 

Minutes of the held on the 25th January 2007 at Bryn Offa School, Pant commencing at 7.15pm

PRESENT:  Cllr Adam Brown, Chairman.  Cllrs Mrs. J. Crosier, Mrs. D. Gaskill, Northcott-Hammond, M. F. Keaveny, P. McConville, T. E. Mason, Mrs. J. L. Smith, the Clerk Mrs. V. E. Byrne, Al Graham and Helen Lloyd.

  07/01                 APOLOGIES: Cllrs L. Griffiths R. A. Jones, I. G. Pollitt.

07/02                 POLICE REPORT  PC Pete Dale and Community Support Officer, Jo Winter reported

                 there had been a domestic incident, an attempted break in to a shed and bricks thrown at

                 a house window in the last period.  PC Dale said they had been visiting the Village Hall

                 area to prevent problems and some warning letters had been sent out to parents advising

                 of their childrens’ antisocial behaviour. The Clerk reported she had removed lots of

                 bottles and cans from the playing field. Parking at the site of the old toilets was reported

                 as causing a problem.  The Neighbourhood Watch newsletter was commended and it was

                 agreed that Councillors be included in the circulation.

 

07/03                 DECLARATIONS OF INTEREST.  Cllr Mrs. D Gaskill for Website 07/08, Cllr Mrs.

                 Crosier for 07/12 Rhiew Revel Lane and Cllr A. Brown 07/13 for Edwards Close tree

                  and Cllr Mrs. J. L. Smith for 07/12 claimed ROW at The Tramway.

 

07/04                 BUDGET AND PRECEPT  The Clerk had circulated a draft Budget and spreadsheets

                 on Reserves.  Explanations were given on the suggested figures and expected

                 expenditure in the next financial year.  It was proposed by Cllr Mrs. D Gaskill and 2nd by

                 Cllr T. E. Mason and RESOLVED that a Precept of £13,000 be set for the financial year

                 2007/08 with all in favour.

 

07/05                 PILOT LOCAL MEETINGS REPRESENTATIVE  Information on the pilot Local

                 Meetings for which the Ruyton and St. Oswald Ward had been selected.  Of the 8 Parish

                 Councils in the ward there were 2 places available with a representative appointed for 1

                 year allocating a budget of £40,000 in the Ward. County Cllrs Mrs. Dilys Gaskill and

                 June Drummond would be Chairing with 2 representatives appointed from the Borough

                 Council and attendance from Police. PCT, Fire services etc.  The SALC Area Committee

                 would be used to vote the 2 PC reps from the 8 nominations.  It was RESOLVED to

                 nominate Cllr. I. G. Pollitt as the Council representative.

 

07/05                 MINUTES  Minutes of the meeting held on the 23rd November 2006 were proposed by

                 Cllr T E. Mason, 2nd by Cllr Hammond and approved and signed with all in favour.

 

07/06                 MATTERS ARISING FROM THE MINUTES.  06/121 Cllr Mrs. Crosier reported that

                 OBC had said they would put some gravel on ROW 23 when passing (Ref: L56210)

                 06/121 The repairs to the steps had been carried out and the County asked for the public

                 response - this was agreed as marvellous and to a very high standard.

                

07/07                 PLAY SUB-COMMITTEE.  Alison Graham and Helen Lloyd gave a report.  The Fun

                  Day had raised £490 net and the climbing wall hire had been paid for with a donation of

                 £150 from Border Play Group.  Information was exchanged on the Open Day in the

                 Heritage Area/Canal on the 12th May with the Group agreeing to take part.  The

                 development on the concrete works site was discussed and the s106 agreement. The

                 Clerk signed the Awards for All Wales application and the earlier application to Awards

                 for All England signed by The Clerk had been acknowledged.  Discussion ensued and

                 offers of help were given.  Agreed to invite the Sub Committee to attend the March

                 meeting and when the Persimmon Homes attends.

 

07/08                 POLICY ON IT AND WEBSITE.  Cllr Mrs. Gaskill having declared an interest left the

                 meeting.  The Clerk explained the website contract ended in 2006 and Glyn Gaskill was

                 willing to continue to administer the website. The Council use the Clerk’s email address

                 and Internet Server and due to the rising cost of postage it was recommended that the

                 Agendas and Minutes be forwarded electronically. Following discussion it was

                 RESOLVED THAT the Agendas and Minutes be sent to Councillors electronically,

                 unless paper copies are specifically requested. FURTHER RESOLVED the Council

                 have a separate email address from the Clerk’s personal one, and that the Council

                 contribute to the use of the ISP.  RESOLVED FURTHER that Glyn Gaskill be invited to

                 continue as Webmaster and to offer an Honorarium of £200.

 

07/09                 PLANNING  Permission granted for 06/14621/FUL Llanymynech Village Hall

                 extension.  Queried whether  06/14688/FUL Cambrian Railways Trust, Carriage Shed

                 and ancillary buildings had been resolved. 

                

07/10                 COUNTY AND BOROUGH COUNCIL REPORT.  Cllr Mrs. Gaskill reported that the

                 Unitary submission had been signed by Oswestry Borough Council, South Shropshire

                 District Council and the County Council.  North Shropshire DC, Bridgnorth DC and

                 Shrewsbury & Atcham DC did not vote in agreement, but as three Councils were in

                 agreement the submission was allowed.  Oswestry Borough Council continue to work

                 towards resolution of their housing consultation and licensing issues.  Cllr Gaskill had

                 been trying to get agreement for Red Lane to be resurfaced, which was ongoing.  The

                 closure of the Maternity Unit and reduction of the Minor Injuries Unit at the Orthopaedic

                 had been the subject of public meetings as only a months’ notice had been given.  It was

                 agreed to write to the Chief Executive, the Primary Care Trust with a copy to the MP

                 Owen Paterson.  The County Council Budget will be 4.7% increase and Oswestry

                 Cabinet were meeting that evening to decide the Budget figure.

                 Cllrs Keaveny and Mason left the meeting to attend another appointment

 

07/11                 CORRESPONDENCE.  Letter from Oswestry Borough Council regarding the Play

                 Partnership and a request for comments on the accessibility compliance in the village. 

                 Councillors agreed to note any problems for the next meeting and to comment on the

                 OBC/PC meeting taking place on the same night as the Parish Council.  Nominations

                 requested for Freemen of the Borough.  Agreed to nominate Stan Brown.

                 .

                 The Clerk reported that the Mr Evans of the Junior Football Club had been advised that

                 the extracts of the Conveyances, Deed and King George V Memorial Fund document as

                 evidence that their use of the football field is secure for the future had not satisfied their

                 grant funders; they had been asked to secure a Lease and he had contacted a solicitor. A

                 request for donation to mark the pitch had also been received from Mr. Marsden on

                 behalf of the Club It was agreed that a Lease would be inappropriate in view of the

                 Covenants on the field and that representatives of the Football Club be invited to the next

                 meeting to discuss the matter.  Report was given on the discussion with Mr. Purslow

                 regarding a joint venture to provide a kicking wall on the joint use field to alleviate the

                 problems with the Methodist Chapel wall.  The Clerk had agreed to ascertain the cost

                 and Mr. Purslow sources of funding and then to agree a site meeting.  A few general

                 items were noted

 

07/12                 ROADS, FOOTWAYS AND RIGHTS OF WAY  It was reported that a bag of builders

                 sand was still outside the corner shop in Llanymynech and required removal.  The A483

                 lights have been repaired, work is undertaken during darkness hours.  Shropshire CC are

                 still working with the school on the safe route to school scheme and it was agreed to

                 send a letter of support to the headmaster, with a copy to Alison Kennedy.  It has been

                 agreed to convert the speed limit sign at the beginning of the 30mph limit to a flashing

                 sign when the budget allows.  The ROW sign at Chapel House, Pant needs replacing as it

                 has rotted at the base and is continually being turned to point in the wrong direction,

                 causing problems for livestock owners.  Cllr Mrs. Crosier left the meeting having

                 declared an interest.  Letter from Mr. Roy Crosier was read concerning the traffic

                 problems on Rhiew Revel Lane accessing the A483 and exiting onto the B4398.  The

                 Clerk had already passed a copy of the letter to the Divisional Surveyor, but it was

                 agreed to send a copy to Dennis Wheeler at the Highways Agency.  The progress of the

                 claimed footpath at The Tramway was noted. The International boundary marker on

                 ROW 26 had been moved due to a kissing gate replacing the old stile and it was agreed

                 to ask the Wildlife Trust if the country names could be carved into the top of the gate.

07/13                 VILLAGE MAINTENANCE AND OTHER VILLAGE MATTERS. It was reported

                 that highway lights Z63 and Z64 were out on the A483.  A tree at Edwards Close, Pant

                 had been brought down in the recent storm and required removal by the County Council.

07/14                 FINANCIAL MATTERS AND ACCOUNTS  It was proposed by Cllr McConville and

                 2nd by Cllr Hammond, with all in favour, that the following accounts be paid:

    

     720  Sweeney Hall Hotel                  261.90  Annual Lunch (recharged By Cllrs)

     721  V & W Electrics             153.54  Jan Maint.

     722   Scottish Power                     87.28   Dec Lighting energy

     723   V. E. Byrne                         461.00   Jan Salary

     724   Ordnance Survey                  55.81  Maps Licence

     725   Lawrences Direct                   20.00  Copying and stationery.

     726   Oswestry Area Committee            15.00  Subscription

                      

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LLANYMYNECH & PANT PARISH COUNCIL 

Minutes of the held on the 22nd February 2007 at Bryn Offa School, Pant commencing at 7.15pm

 

PRESENT:  Cllr Adam Brown, Chairman.Cllrs P. McConville, T. E. Mason, Mrs. J. L. Smith, the Clerk Mrs. V. E. Byrne, also in attendance: Peter Dunhill Llanymynech Limeworks Project Officer and Mr. Norman Evans, Llanymynech Juniors FC.

 

07/15                 APOLOGIES: Cllrs Mrs. J. Crosier, Mrs. D. Gaskill, L. Griffiths, L.

                 Northcott-Hammond, R. A. Jones, M. F. Keaveny and I. G. Pollitt.

 

07/16                 POLICE REPORT  PC Pete Dale reported there had been a number of

                 incidents in the past month - a theft from a rucksack in the school of a game

                 unit and games, serious incidents of arson at Pant Motor Bodies in Pant,

                 Llynclys Hall Farm and Brynamapsis Farm, Morda. A break in at the Golf

                 Club had taken place, but this would be in Powys area.  The community

                 speed watch is now working well in Trefonen and Maesbury and he will be

                 doing publicity to start a scheme in Pant. Suggestions for youth equipment

                 were requested as the Police were working with communities and funders to

                 reduce anti social behaviour by disaffected young people.  Discussion

                 followed and the Clerk agreed to send PC Dale details of the consultation

                 with young people in the area.

 

07/17                 DECLARATIONS OF INTEREST.  There were no Declarations of interest

07/18                 LLANYMYNECH JUNIORS/KING GEORGE FIELD USE  Norman

                 Evans was present and explained that the proposed Funders of new

                 changing facilities had asked him to provide a Lease of the football pitch to

                 ensure that football could always be played on the field.  The Clerk, Mrs.

                 Byrne had provided copies of all the Deeds and Conveyances but the

                 Funders did not accept these, so he had asked a solicitor John Pare to

                 prepare a draft Lease.  Members explained that they could not enter into a

                 Lease for the use of the football pitch as the whole field was protected by

                 the NPFA as a King George V field and was a registered Charity.  It was

                 RESOLVED that the Clerk would provide a letter detailing the legal

                 position of the field, confirming the perpetual use of the field for football

                 games.  A request for a donation towards white lining the pitch was

                 considered and it was agreed to enquire if the grounds maintenance Contractor                  could carry out this work and include it in the invoices.

 

07/19                 LLANYMYNECH LIMEWORKS PROJECT  Peter Dunhill gave a

                 presentation on the progress of the Limeworks Project - clearance work had been                  carried out on the kilns, drum houses, tally house and incline                  planes, the                  extension to the stables was being built and the roof would

                 shortly be built over the Hoffman kiln.  The Royal Engineers had built the

                 culvert under the main path to drain the water, which would be opened

                 when the newts were not using it. Archaeological digs had taken place and

                 the chimney had been repointed.  Peter had been working closely with both

                 primary schools and an open Limeworks Discovery Day was planned for

                 12th May 2007.

 

07/20                  MINUTES. Minutes of the meeting held on the 25th January 2007 were

                  proposed by Cllr Mason, 2nd by Cllr McConville with all in favour.

07/21                  MATTERS ARISING FROM THE MINUTES  07/11  Nomination for

                  Mr. Stan Brown as a Freeman of the Borough had not been considered as

                  the Committee decided it was too late. 07/05 Cllr Pollitt had been

                  nominated and the election would take place on the 28.2.07.  07/10

                  Maternity Unit closure letters had been sent and copies to all concerned. 

                  07/11  Accessibility compliance was deferred.

 

07/22                  PLAY SUB-COMMITTEE  The Clerk reported that £9,700 had been

                  awarded from Awards for All England towards toddler equipment fencing

                  and surfacing.  Letters had been sent to report progress on the kicking wall

                  proposal to Mr. Purslow and Mr. Hughes.

 

07/23                  PLANNING  Permission granted on 07/14798 Chapel House, Pant. 

                  07/14801/FUL Alterations and extension Glan Vierniew, Station Road,

                  LLanymynech - no comment

 

07/24                  GROUNDS MAINTENANCE  Tender received from RPS Landscapes for

                  2007 - 2009 at a total cost of £2,104 and RESOLVED that this be

                  accepted.

 

07/25                  CORRESPONDENCE  Various items were noted including letter from

                  RPS Landscapes that Contractors clearing the highway edges had disposed of                   waste in the hedge of the playing field.  The Clerk had reported this

                  accordingly to Amey Mouchel.

 

07/26                  ROADS, FOOTWAYS AND RIGHTS OF WAY  The Clerk reported on

                  the A483 lighting repair awaiting a replacement lantern and the SCC response to               the finger post replacement at Spring Cottage, Pant.

 

07/27                  VILLAGE MAINTENANCE AND OTHER VILLAGE MATTERS 

                  Notification of the cost of the Church Clock in 2006, which was £174. 

                  RESOLVED to pay half the cost as Carreghofa Community Council also

                  pay half

07/28                  FINANCIAL MATTERS AND ACCOUNTS  It was notd that UHY

                  Hacker Young had been re-appointed as external auditors.  It was                   proposed         by Cllr McConville and 2nd by Clr Mason that the following accounts be paid:

                  726  Area Committee of P. Councils  15.00 Subscription

                  727  V & W Electric                                          235.67  Jan Maint and repair

                  728  Country Gardens & Woodlands                  528.75  Tree surgery.

                  729  V. E. Byrne                                                461.00 Salary Feb

                  730  St. Agatha's PCC                                    87.00  Church Clock Maint.

 

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LLANYMYNECH AND PANT PARISH COUNCIL

Vivien E. Byrne                                                             Old Canal Cottage Clerk                                                                                             Crickheath

Oswestry

Shropshire

Tel: 01691 830853                                                                          SY10 8BJ

 Website – www.llanymynech.org.uk                              Email – llanymynechandpantpc@fsmail.co.uk

 

A meeting of Llanymynech & Pant Parish Council will be held on Thursday, 17th May 2007 at 7.15pmatLlanymynech Village Hall.

 

Vivien E Byrne

Vivien E. Byrne (Clerk)

 

 

AGENDA

 

  1        ACCEPTANCE OF OFFICE To sign requisite forms.

 

   2            ELECTION OF CHAIRMAN  To elect a Chairman for the ensuing year.

 

  3        ELECTION OF VICE CHAIRMAN To elect a Vice Chairman   “     “

 

  4            RESPONSIBLE FINANCIAL OFFICER to be appointed.

           

  5            ELECTION OF COMMITTEES Present Members as follows:

            Burial Committee - Cllrs Griffiths, Jones, Keaveny, McConville and Mason.

            Footpath Committee - All Councillors.

            Planning Committee - All Councillors

            Oswestry Area Committee - Cllrs Mrs. Gaskill and Crosier and McConville.

            Play Equipment/Health & Safety Committee - Cllrs Pollitt and McConville

            Llanymynech Village Hall Representative - Cllr Pollitt.

            Pant Memorial Institute Representative - Cllr McConville.

            Playing Fields Association Representative - Cllrs McConville and Pollitt

            Emergency Planning - Cllrs Mrs. Crosier and Mason.

            Tree Warden - Cllr Keaveny.

            La Farge Liaison Committee - Cllrs Brown, Hammond and Mason.

            Bryn Offa Playing Field Management Committee - Cllrs Brown and McConville.

            Parish Path Wardens - Cllrs Mrs. Gaskill and Smith and Griffiths and Keaveny.

 

 6            DECLARATIONS OF INTEREST To receive declarations of personal and

            prejudicial interest on any item included on the agenda in accordance with

            Sections 50-52 LGA 2000 and Local Authorities (Model Code of Conduct             England) Order 2001. Also to complete Registration of Interest forms.

 

  7        POLICE REPORT for the Parish. 

 

  8                PLANNING for consideration as follows: 07/14979/FUL - Heulwynt, Penygarreg             Lane, Pant - extension to front of dwelling..

                                   

  9       MINUTES  To confirm Minutes of the meeting held on the 22nd March    

            2007 - attached.

 

 10       MATTERS ARISING FROM THE MINUTES

 

 11       REPORTS: PLAY PARTNERSHIP.

 

 12        VACANCIES  Consideration of co-option for the two vacant seats.

  

 13         ROADS, FOOTWAYS AND RIGHTS OF WAY    .

                         

 14      VILLAGE MAINTENANCE AND OTHER VILLAGE MATTERS  To raise

            matters requiring repair, maintenance or attention by other Agencies. 

 

 15            DONATION - Request for a donation from The Good Companions Club,

            Llanymynech.  (last year £70 was donated for room hire)

 

 16            FINANCIAL MATTERS AND ACCOUNTS To receive copies of the 2006/07             Accounts. (to follow) Further to approve the following accounts for payment:

            736    Lawrences Direct       15.00   Pantllan printing  (Paid)

            737    V. E. Byrne                   461.00   Salary April  (Paid)

            738    GG Ed                            20.00   Pantllan graphics  (Paid)

            739    SALC                           375.80  Affilliation fees & Area Comm. subs

            740    R.P.S. Landscapes        526.60  Grounds maint.

            741    V. E. Byrne                    461.00   Salary

            742    Allianz Cornhill Ins.       391.15   Insurance premium

            743    V & W Electrics            152.75   Mar Maint.

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Minutes of the Annual Meeting held on the 17th May 2007 at Llanymynech Village Hall Hall, Llanymynech commencing at 7.15pm

PRESENT:  Chairman Cllr W.A. Brown, Cllrs Mrs. D. Gaskill, L. Griffiths, L. Northcott-Hammond, M. Keaveny, P. McConville, T. E. Mason, I. G. Pollitt,  Mrs. J. L. Smith and Mrs. Sheila Dixon and Mr. Colin Case.

            The Chairman, Cllr Adam Brown opened the meeting by expressing thanks to the

            Clerk for her support during his term of office also to retiring Councillors Bob

            Jones and Mrs. Jennie Crosier.

07/44            APOLOGIES were received from the Clerk Mrs. V. E. Byrne due to her broken wrist .

07/45            APPOINTMENT OF CHAIRMAN  On the proposition of  Cllr A. W. Brown, 2nd

            by Cllr Mason, Cllr I. G. Pollitt was elected Chairman for the ensuing year.

07/46            APPOINTMENT OF VICE CHAIRMAN  On the proposition of Cllr Mason, 2nd

            by Cllr Brown, Cllr L. Northcott-Hammond was elected Vice Chairman for the

            ensuing year.

07/47            APPOINTMENT OF RESPONSIBLE FINANCIAL OFFICER  On the

            proposition of Cllr Mason, 2nd by Cllr A. W. Brown, Mrs. Vivien E. J. Byrne was

            reappointed as the Council’s R.F.O.

 

07/48            ELECTION OF COMMITTEES  The following Committees were re-elected en-

            bloc as follows:

 

            Burial Committee - Cllrs Griffiths, Mrs. D/ Gaskill, Keaveny, McConville and             Mason.

            Footpath Committee - All Councillors.

            Planning Committee - All Councillors

            Oswestry Area Committee - Cllrs Mrs. Gaskill and McConville.

            Play Equipment/Health & Safety Committee - Cllrs Pollitt and McConville

            Llanymynech Village Hall Representative - Cllr Pollitt.

            Pant Memorial Institute Representative - Cllr McConville.

            Playing Fields Association Representative - Cllrs McConville and Pollitt

            Emergency Planning - Cllr Mason and Vacancy.

            Tree Warden - Cllr Keaveny.

            La Farge Liaison Committee - Cllrs Brown, Hammond and Mason.

            Bryn Offa Playing Field Management Committee - Cllrs Brown and McConville.

            Parish Path Wardens - Cllrs Mrs. Gaskill, Mrs. L. Smith, Griffiths and Keaveny

 

07/49            DECLARATIONS OF INTEREST.  There were no Declarations of Interest.

 

07/50            POLICE REPORT  PC Dale was unable to be present.  The Neighbourhood Watch bulletins were not being received by everyone it was noted.  It was commented that a number of pubs in area had been broken into.

 

07/51   PLANNING  07/14979/FUL - Heulwynt, Penygarreg Lane, Pant - extension to

            front of dwelling - no comment.  Discussion on Penygarreg Lane corner, requires

            enforcement for the line of sight, no trees to be planted. Also houses being built

            are too big, e.g. The Nook.  Agreed the Village Design Statement be on the next

            Agenda to decide a way forward.

                       

07/52   MINUTES of the meeting held on the 22nd March 2007 were Proposed by Cllr P.             McConville,  2nd by Cllr A. Brown, approved and signed with all in favour.

 

07/53            MATTERS ARISING FROM THE MINUTES  07/38 King George V Field

            decision to remove the field from the Register of Charities was deferred. 07/40             Bowling Club fence - agreed not keen on idea of 8’ high fence, suggested thorny

            hedge and higher gate and Club can consult OBC Planning regarding fence

            regulations.

 

 07/54  PLAY COMMITTEE AND PARTNERSHIP Sheila Dixon gave the report of the Sub-Committee.  They had met with Ray Parry  to negotiate the installation of equipment for the £11k funding and he had agreed to install swings, slides etc to the value of £11,112.  Dave Evans will be installing the fence and the parents involved will be installing the safety surface, which will be a type of plastic with grass growing through, all will meet the safety standard. The site will be next to the aerial runway and Sheila asked where the skate area should go on the field.  It was agreed to have a consultation with other field users on the 24th May at 7pm in the Village Hall, the Clerk to invite the other users. Cllr Terry Mason proposed a Vote of Thanks be recorded in the Minutes for the excellent work of the Play Committee.

 

07/55            VACANCY  Following the Elections two vacancies exist; Cllr McConville had heard of an interested party and it was agreed they should be asked to write to the Council to express their interest.

 

07/56            ROADS, FOOTWAYS AND RIGHTS OF WAYS.  The County Council had

            agreed to progress the claim to add a footpath at the end of the Tramway to the

            Definitive Map.  Cllr Griffiths said the ROW was on the sale details and mentioned

            on the Deeds for Bank House.  14 evidence of use forms had been sent in.

            Suggested names for the concrete works estate had been received as Potts Close

            and Cerrig something.  It was queried why the naming was taking place before the

            building had commenced and the Council had not been consulted on house

            designs.  Cllr Keaveny reported that the hedge has overgrown the footpath, only

            one rail left on the fence and it is dangerous, suggests lower road for new estate

            and bridge infill so it is not a hidden bump.  It was RESOLVED THAT Welsh

            names should not be used for street names in England and that the roads on the

            estate should be named Richard Roberts Road, Potts Close or Heritage Way etc.

            RUPP 196 to Crickheath has been blocked it was reported - blocks are stored on

            the bridleway and it is dangerous for riders.

 

            Meeting suspended at 8.50pm for Mr. Case to address Councillors regarding his

            intention to stand for the Ward at the forthcoming Election.             Mr. Case departed

            and meeting recommenced at 900pm

 

07/57            VILLAGE MAINTENANCE AND OTHER VILLAGE MATTERS  Request for

            support for alcohol free zones in villages from Weston Rhyn PC, but no problem

            area in the village.  Beneficia Letter from the Lichfield Diocese was noted, Cllr

            Hammond had studied this and reported there was no change to the present             position. The three Councillors on the La Farge Liaison Committee had received

            letters that the quarry was now owned solely by Tarmac Western Ltd with Stuart

            Milne remaining as Manager.  The Rock is still owned by La Farge and SWT still

            running the nature reserve.  Agreed to invite someone to talk at a future meeting.

            Overgrown hedge on Stargarreg Lane was reported as requiring a letter to the

            householder.

 

07/58            DONATIONS   Letter received from Llanymynech Good Companions asking for

            financial assistance for their Club.  Cllr McConville proposed and Cllr Brown 2nd

            with all in favour and therefore RESOLVED that a donation of £70 be given to

            Llanymynech Good Compnaions towards room hire.

 

07/59            FINANCIAL MATTERS AND ACCOUNTS  The Accounts for 2006/07 were

            circulated. It was proposed by Cllr Mason and 2nd by Cllr Griffiths that the

            following accounts be approved for payment:

            736    Lawrences Direct       15.00   Pantllan printing  (Paid)

            737    V. E. Byrne                   461.00   Salary April  (Paid)

            738    GG Ed                            20.00   Pantllan graphics  (Paid)

            739    SALC                           375.80  Affilliation fees & Area Comm. subs

            740    R.P.S. Landscapes        526.60  Grounds maint.

            741    V. E. Byrne                    461.00   Salary

            742    Allianz Cornhill Ins.       391.15   Insurance premium

            743    V & W Electrics            152.75   Mar Maint.

 

07/60   Cllr Leigh Northcott-Hammond was congratulated on becoming a Freeman of the

            City of London.

 

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LLANYMYNECH AND PANT PARISH COUNCIL

Vivien E. Byrne                                                                     Old Canal Cottage

Clerk                                                                                              Crickheath                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Oswestry

Shropshire

Tel: 01691 830853                                                                             SY10 8BJ                                                                                                                                                                                        email – Llanymynechandpantpc@fsmail.net                                                                                                                                                                                   Website – www.llanymynech.org.uk                                       

Dear Councillor,

A meeting of Llanymynech & Pant Parish Council will be held on Thursday, 28th June 2007 commencing  at 7.15pm at St. Agathas Church Hall, Llanymynech.

 

Vivien E. Byrne

Vivien E. Byrne (Clerk)

 

 

AGENDA

 

  1        APOLOGIES

 

   2            POLICE REPORT for the Parish.

 

  3        DECLARATIONS OF INTEREST To receive declarations of personal and             prejudicial interest on any item included on the agenda in accordance with Sections

            50-52 LGA 2000 and Local Authorities (Model Code of Conduct England) Order             2001

 

  4        MINUTES  To confirm Minutes of the meeting held on the 17th May 2007 (attached).

 

 5       MATTERS ARISING FROM THE MINUTES

 

  6        CODE OF CONDUCT  To adopt the new Model Code of Conduct (copies circulated).

 

  7            PLANNING for consideration as follows: 07/15021/FUL The Nurseries, Pant,

            Extension. 07/15032/FUL Trieste, Tregarthen Lane, removal of picket fence, erection

            of 1.8m high panelled fence & gate. 07/15035/FUL Woodlands, Rectory Lane,

            alterations to roof of sunroom.

            Permissons granted for Cloverfield, Rockleigh, Glanafon and Rosebank Cottage.

           

  8            VILLAGE DESIGN STATEMENT Item from last meeting.

                       

  9            COUNTY COUNCIL REPORT.  Report from Cllr Mrs. Dilys Gaskill.      

 

 

 

10CORRESPONDENCE.   

 

11ROADS, FOOTWAYS AND RIGHTS OF WAY. 

            

12       VILLAGE MAINTENANCE AND OTHER VILLAGE MATTERS  To raise

           matters requiring repair, maintenance or attention by other Agencies.  

 

13       PLAY SUB COMMITTEE - progress report .

 

14           STANDARDS COMMITTEE  Notice of two vacancies for Parish Council

           Representatives on the local Standards Committee.

 

15           FINANCIAL MATTERS AND ACCOUNTS  To approve the following 

           accounts for payment:

 

            744    V & W Electrics                       205.51  Maint  152.76

                                                                         Repair   52.75

745    Scottish Power              87.28 Lighting energy May

746    V. E. Byrne                  507.50  June Salary £476.50 inc. incremental increase

                                                                         Plus back pay to 1.4.07 of £31

747    Llan. Village Hall                    24.00  Hire of Hall APM & 17.5.07

748    RPS Landscapes                  712.00  Grounds Maintenance.

749    GGEd                          200.00  Website ex-gratia payment.

750    Llan. Good Companions   70.00  Donation for Room hire.

 

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LLANYMYNECH AND PANT PARISH COUNCIL

Vivien E. Byrne                                                                     Clerk

Old Canal Cottage

Crickheath                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Oswestry

Shropshire

Tel: 01691 830853                                                                          SY10 8BJ                                                                                                                                                                                        email – Llanymynechandpantpc@fsmail.net                                                                                                                                                                                   Website – www.llanymynech.org.uk                                      

 

Dear Councillor,

 

A meeting of Llanymynech & Pant Parish Council will be held on Thursday, 26th July 2007 commencing  at 7.15pm at St. Agathas Church Hall, Llanymynech.

 

Vivien E. Byrne

Vivien E. Byrne (Clerk)

 

 

AGENDA

 

  1        APOLOGIES

 

   2            POLICE REPORT for the Parish.

 

  3        DECLARATIONS OF INTEREST To receive declarations of personal and             prejudicial interest on any item included on the agenda in accordance with Sections

            50-52 LGA 2000 and Local Authorities (Model Code of Conduct) Order 2007.

 

  4        MINUTES  To confirm Minutes of the meeting held on the 28th June 2007 (attached).

 

 5       MATTERS ARISING FROM THE MINUTES

 

  6        PLAY EQUIPMENT - Report on Llanymynech installation; youth shelter installation and letter from the Youth Club.

 

  7            PLANNING : None to hand as of date of Agenda.  Local Development Framework.

            Permission granted to Woodlands, Rectory Lane, Pant.

           

  8            VILLAGE DESIGN STATEMENT - Progress and meeting arrangements.

                       

  9            COUNTY COUNCIL REPORT.  Report from Cllr Mrs. Dilys Gaskill.      

 

10CORRESPONDENCE. Registration new arrangements, training  courses etc.   

 

11ROADS, FOOTWAYS AND RIGHTS OF WAY.  To discuss presentation on the A483 Bypass to Owen Paterson MP at his surgery on the 30th July 2007.  Village Speed Limits.  Highways Maintenance Plan.

            

12       VILLAGE MAINTENANCE AND OTHER VILLAGE MATTERS  To raise

           matters requiring repair, maintenance or attention by other Agencies.  

 

13           TRAINING  COURSE  Residential weekend training course for Clerk - approval of

           costs.

 

14           FINANCIAL MATTERS AND ACCOUNTS  Bank Mandate renewal and to approve

           the following  accounts for payment:

 

            753    V & W Electrics                       152.76  Maint 

754    Scottish Power            174.88  Lighting energy June and July

755    V. E. Byrne                  953.00  July and August Salary

756    St. Agatha's Hall                    16.00  Hire of Hall

757    RPS Landscapes                  712.00  Grounds Maintenance.

758    V.E.Byrne (Symantec)         44.98  Norton Antivirus subscription.

 

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