This is the official page informing you about forthcoming and recent Council meetings under the Smaller Authorities Transparency Code of 2015.
The Agenda for the next meeting of the Council is published here at least three full days before the date of the meeting as an Adobe Reader (pdf) document for download - see the next section.
Draft Minutes of recent meetings are also posted here within one month of the meeting, along with the Key Information summary which the Parish Clerk writes for Wrawby News - see the third section. The other Council Information page contains more information, such as the Expenditure summary, which is updated on an annual basis.
There's also an Archive Page where recent Agendas and Minutes can be accessed.
A list of Councillors is given below in a separate section and there is also an e-mail address for contacting them.
Council Meetings take place bi-monthly. As well as here, you'll find the times of the meetings on the notice-board outside the Church. They are also listed in Wrawby Church and Community News and on our Google Calendar on this web site. A Public Meeting and Annual General Meeting take place every year, announced in the same ways.
The Agenda for the next meeting is published here at least three clear days before the meeting. For older Agendas visit the Archive Page.
Click here to download the Agenda for 4th July 2017.
Members of the public can attend all meetings of Wrawby Parish Council.
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Click here to download the Minutes of the Meeting of 4th July 2017.
Here are key information points from the Council Meeting held on 4th July 2017.
The meeting was taken by the Vice-Chairman, Mrs Kay Rothery, as the Chairman Ian Smith was unable to attend due to injuries sustained in a fall at his home. Everyone wishes Ian a speedy recovery.
As previously advised, the above race will pass through Wrawby on 5th September (exact time not yet known). Council has obtained a bicycle and this is at present being painted green for the event. Cllr Mrs Louise Tandon is handling this on behalf of the Council and would welcome any help (Tel: 653526 or email).
N Lincs Council is aware that many roads in the area (including Millview Gardens, Vicarage Road etc.) are in poor condition. They will be attended to as soon as possible.
Council has been advised that Trans-Pennine Express has confirmed that extra trains to/from Manchester have now been introduced and an updated timetable has been produced. Further, the possibility of a formal car park at Barnetby Station is under review – full details in due course.
N Lincs Council has obtained co-operation from many UK Councils in their drive to ensure that UK Steel (not imports) is used in all projects.
N Lincs Council is introducing a ‘Lincslotto’ competition whereby residents can buy £1 tickets on line at “lincslotto.co.uk” and nominate a “good cause” which will receive 50p of the ticket cost. There is a weekly draw and a “jackpot” of £25,000.
Graham Foster, Parish Clerk