- Expenses 100.00 98.00
Repayment of Loan by Weston in Gordano
Social Cttee following Summer Ball - 475.00
Donation from Village Social Cttee towards
Company registration for WiG. Co. for pub. - 50.00 Misc. Expenses – Purchase of ‘No Parking’ sign for
Village Green 9.78 -
Materials & labour for making
sample village planter 90.00 - Installation of defibrillator - 420.00
Re-registration for White
Hart WiG Ltd*** - 60.00
2 x Speedwatch signs - 396.00
Expenses for Village Ball - 33.11
Add Total receipts (as above) 6058.91 .
Less Total payments (as above) 3779.65
Balance carried forward 1.4.18 10190.18
Bank Current Account Balance £10190.18 Signed ………………………. (Chairman)
Signed ………………………. (Clerk) Date ………………………
SUPPORTING NOTES FOR AUDIT YEAR ENDING 31.3.2018
Subs and Donations for y/e 2018 – ALCA - £53.97, Sts. Peter & Paul PCC (burial ground maintenance) - £595.00, Village Hall Committee - £713.57 (donation for insurance premium – hall committee had found a cheaper insurer), Editor of local newsletter towards its production £300, Weston in Gordano Hall Committee following closure of White Hart Group (which had been set up in case local pub taken over by community) - £1300,
Subs and Donations for y/e 2017 – ALCA - £52.96, Sts. Peter & Paul PCC (Burial ground maintenance)- £500, Village Hall Committee - £839.16 (donation to pay insurance premium on village hall), Editor of local newsletter towards its production £300.00, Donation to Avon & Somerset Constabulary Benevolent Fund following councillors’ visit to Black Rock Training Centre which is situated in the parish - £100, Annual website renewal subscription £72.00
***Parish council had help set up White Hart Community Group when local public house closed down and it was believed would be sold off. Community Group was set to manage the pub. However, pub has now been re-opened by a local businessman, but it has been decided to keep the Community Group registered in case of a possible future sale.
** Audit fees not paid as precept under the threshold for payment.
Middle Hill Common Nominal value £1 – purchased on behalf of Parish Council through public donation and funding from YANSEC (Yanley and North Somerset Environment Company) in May 1999. Purchase Price £14,000 plus expenses.
Street lamp in Cadbury Lane Nominal value £1
Noticeboard Nominal value £1
Defibrillator £2,200.00 (purchased in September 2015 with donations from Portishead Lions and public donations
Frog Warning Notices (2) £57.55 (purchased in May 2015)
2 x Speedwatch signs £396.00 (purchased April 2016)
‘No parking’ sign for Village
Green £9.78 (purchased September 2017)
Debts outstanding S137 Payments
Tenancies Agency Work