Issue Date 1st October 2019
Councillors Attending Ian Burgess (IB), Peter Beveridge (PB), Rosemary Read (RR), Nigel Parker (NP), Chris Hayes (CH), David Hodgson (DH), Les Ellis (LE)
County & District Richard Fry
Apologies Rachel Appleton (RA), Janet Ellis (JE)
Proposed
Date and Time Monday 2nd September 2019 at 7 pm. Location Village Hall
There will be a public session at the commencement of the meeting when members of the public may ask questions or make short statements to the Council.
Members of the public are welcome to stay for the remainder of the meeting, with the exception of any closed session, but they may not speak on any matter after the public session is closed unless invited to do so.
OPEN FORUM 7.15
1. INTRODUCTORY ITEMS
• Chairman’s Welcome
Chairman Cllr Ian Burgess welcomed fellow Councillors to the meeting
• Reasons for Absence
Absences accepted
• Receive Declarations of Interest on any item in the Agenda
Declarations of interest were received regarding finance from Cllr I Burgess for the Flyer and Binbrook Scouts Group and Cllr R Read for Binbrook Scouts Group
• Confirm the Minutes of 5th August 2019
The minutes of the meeting held on 5th August 2019 were approved and signed
• Actions Arising will be dealt with in the appropriate section of the Agenda.


2. FINANCE New Mandate has been submitted
Precept was submitted to the Parish Council for review

RESOLVE THAT PAYMENTS BE MADE TO: -
• Mrs B Preston, Salary, £260.00
• Binbrook Newsletter, £50.00
• Binbrook Scout Group, donation towards rent of Reading Room £28.00 per month
• H Fry, monthly services - public conveniences, £52.00, bus shelter, £26.00 = £78.00
• K Sloan, village services 16 hours, £128.00, donation towards vehicle damage £200.00
• Tudor Grounds Maintenance, £267.75 + VAT £53.55 = £321.30
• I Burgess, engraving Quiz cup, £10.00
INCOME
• No income






3. PLANNING MATTERS AND ENFORCEMENT NOTICES
• The Primitive Chapel, Mount Pleasant container has been removed.
• Sky dishes High Street have been investigated and letters, referring to breaches of planning control, will be issued to the relevant households.
• Planning Permission – full planning permission had been granted to Mr T Wilkinson (extension to existing dwelling) and Mrs H Buckley (replacement retaining wall). 7.45
4. PARISH INITIATIVES
• Flower boxes, situation with Interskill has changed, chairman investigating.
• Memorial slab at the Lincoln International Bomber Command Centre – Councillor C Hayes has ordered the slab.

• Binbrook Parish Church Clock
A clock specialist has inspected the clock and it is in good working order. The cost of painting the clock face is circa £4,000; it was suggested that sponsorship be sought from the mobile phone provider that utilises the Church tower for local signal via the PCC.
• Village Leaflet update
The first local sponsor will be thanked and further sponsors will be sought through an article in the Flyer. The envisaged launch of the leaflet will be in the Spring of 2020.

7.50
5. COMMUNICATION WITH THE COMMUNITY
• Binbrook Parish Council web site: - http://www.binbrookparishcouncil.com
• Binbrook Parish Council Facebook page: - https://www.facebook.com/binbrookpc
• Flyer out and spares in the Manor Stores
• Cllr. H Marfleet’s latest Brief was received prior to the Meeting. 1. 8.00
6. REPORTS FROM OUTSIDE BODIES
• Wolds Minibus Project Committee
The damage to the bus has been repaired locally. The new contact for bookings is Lindsay Orford – as advertised in the September Flyer.
• Village Hall Report
The meeting held on 14th August 2019 discussed the hard surfacing of the car park.
• PPIG Report
No meeting has been held since the last meeting but the provision of a local library is being considered. 8.05
7. COUNTY & DISTRICT MATTERS
• East Lindsey District Council Councillor Fry made observations on recent footpath/lack of repairs of local footpaths.
• Lincolnshire County Council
Parking continues to be an issue even though the situation has been reported to the Police. 8.10
8. RISK ASSESSMENT 8.20
9. CORRESPONDENCE
• Listed below 8.30
10. MATTERS FOR DISCUSSION
• Dog fouling; the culprits still seems to be small dogs. The provision of dog poo bags has proven to be very popular – to the tune of 400 bags in a very short space of time.
• Village Maintenance Man – jobs remaining will be carried out before Ken Sloan sadly leaves the job at the end of September. We are currently advertising for a new employee
• The Manor; concerns have been expressed as to the condition of the large tree on the south east boundary of the garden (Louth Road/Manor Drive corner). A letter will be written to the occupier expressing the concerns.
• Children’s Playground, top of the Village (Queen’s) Hall car park; several observations have been made about the lack of play equipment for babies/toddlers. Councillors I Burgess and R Read will look into equipment available.
• Christmas tree light-up; the lights will be switched on 1st December. Arrangements were discussed and will be confirmed at the next meeting. 8.45
11. CLOSE 9.00

Correspondence received: -
East Lindsey District Council Corporate Strategy workshops for (Town &) Parish Councillors from 6 – 8 pm on 7th and 8th October 2019.
The Co-operative Bank July/August statement
East Lindsey District Council alterations to the Register of Electors
Community Lincs Lincolnshire Community Building Meeting at Ludford Village Hall, 23rd September 2019, 7pm – 9pm
Lincolnshire Wolds Countryside Service is taking part in the National Moment which all Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) are participation on Saturday 21st September at 2 pm.
Lincolnshire Association of Local Councils, e-news w/c 26th August 2019