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LATEST NEWS

CIL Payments

                             NEIGHBOURHOOD PORTION OF C.I.L.

                        ST HILARY PARISH COUNCIL   2020/2021.

 

Total CIL receipts for 2020/2021                                           £2242.50

 

Total CIL Expenditure for 2020/2021                                   £2290.00.

 

Items to which CIL has been applied.

 

Rosudgeon  Junior cricket                                                      £600.00

Rosudgeon PFA , Play equipment                                           500.00

Repairs to meeting room                                                          190.00

St Hilary Church, grant towards sound system                     500.00

St Hilary Christmas lights                                                           500.00

 

Total amount paid out                                                            £2290.00

 

Signed                                               Clerk, St Hilary Parish Council

 


Please follow the link for the Notice of public rights     Notice of public rights


2023 Accounting

 

internal audit2023

accounting statement 2023

governance 23


Emergency Plan for St Hilary

Please follow the link below to view information on St Hilary’s Emergency Plan.

Emergency Plan


Financial Report for 2020/21 Certificate of exemption 2021  and statement of accounts ST HILARY PARISH COUNCIL Statement of accounts 2020


Boot Sale

The Car Boot Sale runs every Wednesday from April to October. There is plenty of parking on the fields and people attending are asked not to park in Packet Lane or Prussia Cove Road as this causes problems and obstructions for local farmers and deliveries who constantly use these roads.


NEIGHBOURHOOD DEVELOPMENT PLAN

The Parish Council have been tasked with the putting together a Neighbourhood Development Plan. This will become part of Cornwall Council’s Planning guideline. The Parish Council has held public meetings and surveys to determine what you, the people of the Parish, want the Parish to look like in 2030. For more information see our Neighbourhood plan page