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F&GP Agenda 101218

04/12/2018

SUMMONED TO BE PRESENT: Cllr Edwards, Flint, Minter, Young, Rowton-Lee, Standage, Wright, Williams.

Staff: Liz Folley

Meeting of the Finance and General Purposes Committee to be held in the PARISH CHAMBER, COMMUNITY PAVILION on Monday 10th December 2018 at 7.30pm

 

Apologies for absence:

Councillors Declaration of Pecuniary Interest & Dispensations:

 

Public Question time: (15 minutes maximum) To consider questions from public

 

Invoices for payment to be agreed:

Blk Pay – Salaries 6757.02

HMRC – Tax & NI 2376.55

OCC Pensions – Contributions 2418.60

Prudential – AVC Contributions 150.00

Clarity Copiers 74.08

Grundon – waste wheeler empty 106.61

R Pickard – WFCH cleaning October 80.00

Chinnor Turf and Paving – repairs to WF 23.10

Dogs Trust – dog waste bags 60.00

Helpful Hirings – hedge trimmer 32.40

Blanchfords – chimney hood for WFCH 109.20

Royal British Legion – CPC poppy wreath 50.00

The Tree Barn – Christmas tree 510.00

E Folley – expenses 72.90

 

Payments by Direct Debit:

Allstar – Fuel 135.80

Allstar – Fuel 65.73

BT phone and broadband 294.81

 

5. Quotes received:

5.1 DRB Groundworks – quote for PF manhole cover replacement - £2664.00

5.2 To review quotes for felling / work required on large tree by Kynama, Henton

 

6. Other Communications – To receive communications as the Clerk may wish to present.

6.1 Utility costs to CCP to be agreed – Cllr Young to report

6.2 To confirm cheque received from Bovis and Bellway for RBL Tommy figures

6.3 To agree purchase of new defib pads – as needed in units x 3 – unless donated

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Christmas in the Parish

04/12/2018

  

THANK YOU TO CHINNOR VILLAGE CENTRE

The Santa sleigh will be flying around Chinnor between 7th to 20th December. Santa will visit as many roads and houses in our Parish as possible. Please pop out when you hear his sleigh to say hello to Santa and all his elves.

 

 

ST ANDREW'S CHURCH, CHINNOR - CHRISTMAS TREE FESTIVAL 2018

CHRISTMAS IN WORDS - SATURDAY 15 DECEMBER – SUNDAY 23 DECEMBER 2018

Saturday and Sunday 2-6pm   Monday-Friday 2-5pm   23 December Sunday 6pm : Nine Lessons and Carols service

Refreshments served  Fundraising towards the maintenance of St Andrew's Church

Website: http://chinnorunitedchurches.co.uk

 

 

FOLLOW THE STAR

On Saturday 15th December, Chinnor Community Church (CCC) will enact a roaming Carol Service - ´Star Walk´. This event is suitable for

all the family. Hot chocolate (optional) at 5.15 pm will be provided at the Sports Pavilion in readiness for the start of the first 'scene' of the

'Star Walk' (Carnival) at the shelter behind the Pavilion at 5.30 pm. Along the way various mini pop-up scenes can be experienced and

enjoyed depicting the Christmas Story. The route of the procession will follow up Station Road, along Church Road, down the High

Street until it finally comes to rest at 'The Stable' – Chinnor Community Church. Arriving at approximately 6.30 pm. Join in with

the Wise Men as they search for the Baby Jesus, see the reaction of Herod to the news of this new King, watch the shepherds on the

hillside as the angel tells of this birth. A Star will light the way and the manger will be carried to its resting place in the stable. Lanterns will

be available to carry, but torches are also recommended. The final scene will be played out in the garden of Chinnor Community

Church where those not wishing to walk can join in these proceedings. To rest our weary feet from the walk, inside the 'Stable'

there will be the opportunity to watch the film 'It's a Boy' and to sing carols rejoicing at the birth of Jesus. Mulled wine and mince pies will

end the evening.

Maps of the route are available to collect from the CPC office.

 

 

CHRISTMAS EVE CAROLS

Thank you to the organising committee and Chinnor Silver Band for this event.

Carols around the Christmas Tree will be held on Christmas Eve in the Chinnor Community Pavilion car park, starting at 6pm.

 

 

CHINNOR'S CHRISTMAS ART COMPETITION

CW Active Sports Ltd is having a Christmas Colouring Competition!

All entries and winners will get the chance to have their artwork displayed at Chinnor Community Pavilion on Christmas Eve where the whole

community can see just how many budding artists we have in the village! More details available from CW Active Sports or the CPC office or Community Pavilion.

*this is a free competition and prizes will be given to the winning entries in 5 age categories; Under 4, 5-6, 7-8, 9-10, 11-14

 

 

CPC CHRISTMAS OFFICE HOURS

The office closes at 12 noon on Friday 21st December 2018. The office will open again at 9am on Thursday 3rd January 2019.

Please leave a message on 01844 353267 or email chinnorpc@btconnect.com

 

 

CHRISTMAS TREE RECYCLING SERVICE

Return your old, real Christmas tree to the designated coned off area in Mill Lane Car park before Saturday 12th January.

This is a FREE Christmas Tree Collection service.

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Gift ideas from CPC

24/10/2018

 

Ping pong set = £4
Chinnor in camera = £5
St. Andrews church book = £10

Please pop into CPC office.

 

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Thought for the week...

26/09/2018

 

Where does your waste from the Black bin (general waste) go to?

Landfill???

No!

Where then I hear you ask...

Ardley - a State of the Art Recycling Centre for our black bins (general waste) 

Our waste is taken to this centre from holding depots around the area and burnt in an enormous furnace.  

The energy created is pushed into the National Grid and services thousands of homes with their electrical power.  

The residue from this furnace is used as aggregate to build roads.  

All impurities given off such as heavy metals are collected through a series of filters and mixed with a carbon material also collected and created from waist products and made into building materials to build our houses. These blocks actually absorb carbon dioxide from our atmosphere which cleans the air we breath.

Only clean steam is given off by this huge recycling machine. 

The whole site is ultra clean and health and safety is top of the agenda

Any thing in our black bins gets used at Ardley but if you put incorrect items in our Green recycling bin it ends up in LAND FILL it does not then go to Ardley and used.

 

If in doubt and if you are unsure if its a recycle item... pop it in your General waste bin to avoid excessive landfill deposits.

 

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Chinnor Village Centre

11/09/2018

Coffee Shop Opening Hours:

Monday to Friday - 9am to 4pm (last orders 3.45pm)

Saturday - 9.30am to 2pm (last orders 1.45pm)

 

Coffee shop open daily

Lunches served daily

The Day Centre (Friendship Club)
Stroke Club
Room Hire

Call 01844 353733 for more information and details on future events

 

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Chinnor Good Neighbour Scheme

06/09/2018

Do you need a lift to the doctors, hospital or appointment you have?

Do you need help with light gardening or cleaning or to see a friendly face for a chat?

Do you know someone who may need help or could use the Good Neighbour Scheme service?

Chinnor Good Neighbour Scheme can help.

Call 01844 353500

www.chinnorgns.co.uk

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Chinnor Neighbourhood Development Plan – Review

13/03/2018

 

Why Chinnor needs to undertake a Site Allocation review

In the closing stages of the preparation of Chinnor's Neighbourhood Plan - a Ministerial Statement called for Neighbourhood Development Plans to contain nominated development sites so as to strengthen the Plan. No selected sites were included in Chinnor NDP being that the two preferred sites (CHI 7 and CHI 8) plus one reserved site (CHI 20) had already been granted planning permission. As the Plans preparation was nearing completion and rather than delay submission for approval and referendum by adding selected development sites it was decided to complete the plan without allocated sites. The aim then was to review the Plan following adoption with the objective of incorporating allocated sites,  to meet this requirement, thus ensuring that the Chinnor Neighbourhood Plan would be amended to keep up to date with changes in the NDP process.  It was then understood that such a review would be a proportional task, requiring an amendment/update and not the production of a new plan.

Several positive meetings with SODC, Chinnor Parish Council and the Steering Group have now taken place, late in 2017 and in early 2018, and work has now commenced on the preparation of the Site Allocation requirement with the aim of meeting the required processes to get the review adopted at the earliest opportunity to gain the maximum control.

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Chinnor Youth Club

19/09/2017

Chinnor Youth Club

Chinnor Youth Club is open every Thursday night.

All 11-17 year olds are welcome.

The Youth CLub is located in Whites Field Community Hall from 7pm to 9pm. 

Loads of activities', tuck shop and events each week.
Like their FACEBOOK page: Chinnor Youth-Club

 

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