Parish Council

Through the ages innumerable Acts of Parliament have endowed a wide variety of discretionary powers to parish councils.

In simple terms that means Playden Parish Council can 'decide' do something to improve the amenities; whereas the 'obligations' to do things that are paid for from rates and taxes, falls entirely to the town and county councils.

For that reason the parish council offers an 'open door' to anyone or any group in the community to voice their opinion, their concerns and their suggestions for improvements to the environment or facilities in the village and surrounding area.

If you are interested in the community and what could be done to improve life for residents, then you should consider becoming a Playden Parish Councillor. To find out more, please contact any of your councillors. Their contact details can be found on this website.

The parish council wants to hear your view on any local matter; so please attend the next council meeting.

Council meetings are usually held at 7.30pm at the W.I. Hall, Houghton Green Lane, Playden, on the first Thursday of each month. Please check this website or the Parish Council noticeboard at the church to confirm the next scheduled date.
 

USEFUL LINKS:

To see planning applications in Playden, click here.

Rubbish and Recycling, click here.

Archived Agendas, Minutes and Annual Reports, click here.

Archived Annual Budget and End of Year Accounts, click here.


VACANCIES:
There are no current vacancies.


IMPORTANT NOTICES

 DOG FOULING IN THE PARISH.

Persons in charge of a dog (excluding the blind) have a duty to remove any faeces deposited by the dog. Failure to do so is an offence and could result in a fine.

PLEASE ENSURE YOU CLEAR UP AFTER YOUR DOG

 Obstruction of Rights of Way. 


Land owners are reminded that they have a responsibility to keep their hedges and trees pruned so as not to obstruct Public Rights of Way.

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED
The Association of Carers supports unpaid carers to help them continue in their caring role by providing free, volunteer led services that reduce isolation and encourage independence. Respite care can be given on a weekly basis for up to 3 hours, computer help can be given at home and a confidential telephone service is available for carers to discuss their caring role. Fully trained volunteers are matched to the carer and the person being cared for.  The service is currently looking for volunteers, so if you know of anyone who could benefit from this service or who might like to be a volunteer, please contact the Association of Carers.
0300 3309498
info@associationofcarers.org.uk

www.associationofcarers.org.uk

 

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ANNUAL BUDGET AND END OF YEAR ACCOUNTS

2017 Notice of Conclusion of Audit
2017 Audited Annual Governance & Accounting Statements & Auditor's Certificate

ANNUAL REPORT

Chairman's Annual Report 2016-17

AGENDAS & MINUTES

Agenda 7 December 2017
November Draft minutes
October draft minutes
RDC Councillor's Report October 2017
RDC Councillor's Report October 2017 addendum
Draft Minutes September 17
RDC Councillor's Report September 2017
3 August Minutes 17
RDC Councillor's Report August 2017
6 July Minutes
DC councillors report July
Minutes 1 June 2017
Minutes 18 May 2017
Annual Parish Assembly 18 May 2017 Draft Minutes
April 2017 minutes
Minutes March 2017
Minutes February 2017
Minutes January 2017
Minutes December 2016
Minutes November 2016
Minutes October 2016
Annual General Meeting May 2016 Minutes
David Stone
Paul Osborne

Councillors Declarations of Interest

Tony Lenihan
Alan Dickinson
David Jenkins