You are invited to attend the Parish Council Meeting to be held on Wednesday 22 September in Neen Savage Parish Hall commencing at 7.30pm.
Neen Savage Community Led Plan – Sep 2014
PCC – Town & Parish Council Survey 2021 to be completed
Neen Savage Parish Council – Accounts as at 30 Jun 2021
Neen Savage Parish Council – Bank Reconciliation as at 30 Jun 2021
Simon Harris Monthly Report July 2021
Gwilym Butler July Report
At the Neen Savage Parish Council Meeting on 26 May 2021, the Council considered and resolved to approve the Accounts, Bank Reconciliation, Annual Return Sections 1 & 2 and the Internal Auditor’s report.
Neen Savage Parish Council Audited Accounts 2020-21
Neen Savage Parish Council Bank Reconciliation 2020-21
Neen Savage Parish Council Approved Annual Governance & Accountability Return (AGAR) Part 2 2020-21
Explanation of Variances 2020-21
Fixed Asset Register at 31 Mar 2021
Neen Savage Parish Council – Internal Audit Report 2020-21
The following document summarises how to exercise your rights to inspect the accounting records, ask questions of the internal auditor and make objections.
Neen Savage Parish Council Notification of Public Rights 2020-21
The Government’s Voucher Scheme to help rural communities to get access to broadband has relaunched. To qualify for the Scheme, groups of two or more residents/businesses must be located in a rural area and be unable to get broadband speeds of 100mbps.
For more information go to http://connectingshropshire.co.uk/gigabit-broadband-voucher-scheme/
The Annual Parish Meeting took place in the Parish Hall on Wednesday 19th May 2021 at 7.30pm.
Gwilym Butler Annual Report 2021
Edwards & Hinckesman’s Foundation Report to Annual Parish Meeting
St Mary’s Parochial Church Committee Report for Annual Parish Meeting
Neen Savage WI Annual Report 2021
This was an online meeting held on zoom. Members of the public were invited to join the meeting but could only speak during the Public Participation Session.
Approved Minutes of Neen Savage Parish Council meeting on 28 April 2021
No. 1 Flying Training School, based at RAF Shawbury, will be conducting essential night flying training from Monday 15th March 2021, for approximately 6 weeks. Crews will operate throughout Low Flying Area 9, which covers Shropshire and the borders of adjacent counties. Night flying is an essential skill needed for front-line operations, enabling aircrew to operate in the dark. A weekly night flying update can be found on the RAF website