Chittlehamholt, Satterleigh and Warkleigh parish council is the first tier of local government for the civil parishes of Chittlehamholt and Satterleigh and Warkleigh. The council is comprised of six councillors, with three councillors representing each of the two parishes.
Information about your parish councillors, including contact details.
In order to expedite the completion of certain activities, the Council may authorise sub-committees or task & finish groups to deal with areas that don't require the participation of the full Council.
Below you will find details of the next council meeting as well as information from past meetings.
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The vast majority of council decisions are taken at council meetings which are open to the public. In general, council meetings are held on the last Monday of each month.
Agendas, minutes and videos of council meetings since 10th October 2016.
Parish Council meetings held before 31st May 2016. These meetings were not recorded on video. The minutes have been transcribed from the previous Parish Council blog.
From time to time the Parish Council organises meetings which aren't formal meetings of the Parish Council. These include various public meetings and the Annual Parish Meeting. These are listed and minuted here.
Reports to the council. These may be made by council sub-committees or individual councillors.
This section contains information on council services, such as maintenance of the snow route, the Launds playing field etc.
Details of adopted Council policies and procedures.
This section contains financial information relating to projected and actual income and expenditure, procurement, contracts and financial audit.
The internal auditor is an independent and competent person appointed by the council to carry out checks on its system of internal control. The internal auditor carries out tests focusing on areas of risk and after reporting to the council, signs a report on the annual return (required by law) to confirm that the council’s system of controls is in place and operating. These annual returns and the accounts they're based on are listed in this section.
The budget is an essential tool for controlling the council’s finances. It demonstrates that the council will have sufficient income to carry out its activities and policies. By checking spending against budget plans on a regular basis at council meetings, the council controls its finances during the year so that it can confidently make progress towards what it wants to achieve.
This section contains documents such as risk and asset registers.