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MINUTES OF THE MEETING OF INGLEBY BARWICK TOWN COUNCIL, HELD AT INGLEBY BARWICK COMMUNITY HALL, HARESFIELD WAY, INGLEBY BARWICK, ON WEDNESDAY 16TH JULY 2008, COMMENCING AT 7.15 P.M.

 

PRESENT:

 

Chairman/Town Mayor: Councillor Mrs I. Machin;

 

Councillors: T.W. Bowman, A. Graham, Mrs E. Harrington, Mrs J. Kirby, Mrs S. Larkin, Mrs J. White and D. Sanderson;

 

Ward Councillors:

 

Ingleby Barwick East        D. Harrington;

 

Ingleby Barwick West       K. Dixon;

                                                R. Patterson;

 

Clerk/Responsible Financial Officer: Paula M. Hall;

 

PCSO Jonathan Wardle;

 

1 Member of the public was present at the meeting.

 

APOLOGIES FOR ABSENCE.

 

Apologies for absence were received from Town Councillors Mrs G. Corr, W. Feldon,

Mrs A. Hailes and J. Myers.

 

 

58. CODE OF CONDUCT – DECLARATION OF INTERESTS.

 

Councillor T.W. Bowman declared a personal/non prejudicial interest in the following item on the agenda, as he is a school governor at Whinstone Primary School:

 

Agenda item no. 6              -           Building Schools for the Future.

 

Councillor T.W. Bowman declared a personal/non prejudicial interest in the following item on the agenda, as he designs the posters for the competition and the certificates for the successful gardens:

 

Agenda item no. 8              -           Ingleby Barwick Garden Competition 2008.

 

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Councillor Mrs E. Harrington declared a personal/non prejudicial interest in the following item on the agenda, as she is a school governor at Ingleby Mill Primary School:

 

Agenda item no. 4                          -           Building Schools for the Future.

 

Councillor Mrs J. Kirby declared a personal/non prejudicial interest in the following item on the agenda, as she is a school governor at Myton Park Primary School:

 

Agenda item no. 6              -           Building Schools for the Future.

 

Councillor Mrs I. Machin declared a personal/non prejudicial interest in the following item on the agenda, as she is a school governor at St. Therese of Lisieux RC Primary School:

 

Agenda item no. 6              -           Building Schools for the Future.

 

No further interests were declared.

 

 

59. PUBLIC PARTICIPATION.

 

PCSO Wardle gave a brief summary of policing matters in respect of Ingleby Barwick.

 

It was noted that the police work closely with Enforcement.

 

Recent feedback from residents highlighted two concerns which are congregation of youths and underage drinking.  Both of these issues continue to be dealt with, particularly with the school holidays coming up.

 

No further matters were raised.

 

60. MINUTES OF THE MEETINGS OF INGLEBY BARWICK TOWN COUNCIL HELD ON WEDNESDAY  18TH JUNE 2008 AND THURSDAY 26TH JUNE 2008.  AFTER CONSIDERATION, TO APPROVE THE SIGNATURE OF THE MINUTES BY THE PERSON PRESIDING AS A CORRECT RECORD.

 

The Minutes of the Meetings of Ingleby Barwick Town Council held on Wednesday 18th June 2008 and Thursday 26th June 2008, having been circulated to Members, were confirmed as a correct record and signed by the Chairman at the meeting, accordingly.

 

 

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61. MATTERS ARISING FROM THE MINUTES ON 18TH JUNE AND 26TH JUNE 2008.

 

(a) Item 23 (c) 2000/2001 - Greenside and Beckfields Shopping Centres, Ingleby Barwick.

 

No comments were raised.

 

(b) Item 231 2007/2008 – Aeroplane Crash at Ingleby Mill, Memorial.

 

No further information to date.

 

(c) Item 26 (b) 2008/2009 - North Tees Primary Care Trust, Phlebotomy Clinic Ingleby Barwick.

 

No further information to date.

 

(d) Item 40 2008/2009 – Ingleby Barwick Town Council Office Signs.

 

The Clerk informed that the signs have now been erected and the invoice for payment has been received.

 

62. BUILDING SCHOOLS FOR THE FUTURE (BSF).

 

The Clerk informed that she had contacted George Garlick, Chief Executive Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council (S.B.C.) to invite him to attend a meeting of the Town Council week commencing 21st July 2008.  Unfortunately Mr Garlick is not available to attend however the following officers are to be present:

 

-                      Julia Morrison, Head of School Effectiveness/Assistant Director of

Education, Complex & Additional Needs

-                      Peter Seller, Head of Children & Young People’s Strategy/Assistant

Director of Commissioning

-           Jamie McCann, Head of Direct Services

 

As already advised, the meeting will take place on Monday 21st July 2008 at Ingleby Barwick Community Hall commencing at 7.15 p.m.  The matters to be discussed are BSF, Youth Café provision and Romano Park.

 

The Clerk noted receipt of copies of various correspondence received from Councillor Ken Lupton, Leader Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council regarding the BSF proposals which she would circulate to Members for their information.

 

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It was noted that progression is being made on setting up BO2SS (Barwick’s Own 2nd Secondary School) to help with the campaign for the provision of more secondary school places in Ingleby Barwick. 

 

The group, which will be a formally constituted group of parents backed by both Ward and Town Councillors, will strive towards obtaining a new secondary school in Ingleby Barwick.  Expanding All Saints to 900 is a move in the right direction but will not fulfill the requirements for the growing numbers of secondary school children on the estate.

 

BO2SS will put pressure on both the Government and S.B.C. to listen to parents when they say Ingleby Barwick needs another secondary school.  Residents over the coming months will be asked to sign a letter of support.

 

Concerns were raised that once the proposed footbridges are in place across the River Leven and the River Tees S.B.C. could take off the school transport currently provided.

 

RESOLVED that the Clerk contacts S.B.C. regarding the steering group which is to be set up for the Connect2 footbridges project to ascertain if the Town Council are to be represented on the group.

 

A general discussion took place on ‘safe walking routes to school’ and the BSF proposals.

 

63. ROMANO PARK, INGLEBY BARWICK.

 

It was noted that Councillor Mrs I. Machin, Councillor W. Feldon and the Clerk had met with Keith Mathews S.B.C. to pursue funding options on Monday 14th July 2008.

Mr Matthews raised the possibility of applying to the Big Lottery Fund ‘Awards for All’.  It was noted that applications can be made for between £ 300 to £ 10,000 and take approximately 8 weeks for a decision.

 

An application is to be made for £ 10,000 funding towards the fabrication and installation of ‘Play Cubes’ to be incorporated in the park.  The play cubes have been designed by children from our primary schools who have worked with an artist on the project.  In the spring of 2008 S.B.C. employed a local artist to work with the children to ascertain their wishes and aspirations for the new park.  This involved taking 40 children to a range of parks and green spaces in the area and then through a series of workshops allowing them to be creative in their thoughts and ideas for how they would like to see play developed in the park.  From their work the concept of the ‘Landscape for Play’ was developed.  As part of the design process the children worked with the artist to design an original piece of equipment that would be the centerpiece of the play space.

 

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64. INGLEBY BARWICK GARDEN COMPETITION 2008.

The Clerk informed that the garden competition is to be judged on Saturday 19th July 2008 by Mr Barry Hunter from S.B.C. accompanied by Town Councillors Mrs I. Machin and T.W. Bowman.

 

The numbers of entries for each of the categories in this year’s competition are as follows:

 

            Front Garden                         -           6

            Back Garden                         -           8

            Tubs/Hanging Baskets         -           7

 

The Clerk informed that she had sent a letter to B & Q Stores to ascertain if they would be interested in providing some prize vouchers for the competition, however no response had been received.

 

It was noted that the cost of the prize vouchers, if kept the same as in previous years would be £ 255.00 plus £ 30 for trophies.

 

RESOLVED that the Town Council provides the prize vouchers for the competition, the values to remain the same as in previous years.  The Clerk to purchase general garden centre vouchers.

 

A discussion took place on where and when the presentation ceremony would take place.

 

RESOLVED that the Clerk ascertain the availability of the Community Hall for a Sunday in September and book the venue accordingly.

 

65. EVENING GAZETTE COMMUNITY CHAMPION AWARDS.

The Clerk noted receipt of correspondence from the Evening Gazette regarding nominations for their Community Champions Awards.  They are looking for people who have gone that extra mile to help the community and requested the names of any people the Town Council would like to see recognised.

 

RESOLVED that the Town Council nominates the following people:

 

-                      Don Serginson, Chairman of Thornaby and Ingleby Barwick Football Club (TIBS);

-                      Martin Barber, Chairman of Maltby Cricket Club;

-                      Peter Raffle, Church Warden St. Francis of Assisi Church, Ingleby Barwick;

-                      Councillor W. Feldon, Vice Chairman Ingleby Barwick Town Council.

 

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66. NEIGHBOURHOOD POLICING CONSULTATION MEETING – THURSDAY 17TH JULY 2008.

 

It was noted that the next Neighbourhood Policing consultation meeting is to take place on Thursday 17th July 2008 in the conference room at Stockton Police Station commencing at 6.00 p.m.

 

Councillor Mrs I. Machin will be representing the Town Council at the meeting.

 

RESOLVED that the following two matters be raised at the meeting:

 

-                      Regular theft of and damage to road nameplates in Ingleby Barwick;

-                      Cars parked on the public footpath and grass verges.

 

67. EXTENSION OF FOOTPATH/CYCLEWAY QUEEN ELIZABETH WAY.

 

The Clerk stated that she had received a reply from S.B.C. informing that the suggestion to extend the footpath/cycleway adjacent to the golf course is a good idea however the issue would be the cost.  There is a wide adopted verge strip that could accommodate the cycle track but the extent of missing cycleway is 500m.  At a rough estimate of £110 per linear metre the cost would be £55,000 plus any tie-in works. (There could be a difficult tie-in arrangement at the bridge). 

 

The matter has been referred to the officer dealing with the Connect2 proposals.  It is also noted as a contender for future footpath/cycleway funding.

 

68. ST. FRANCIS OF ASSISI PRIMARY SCHOOL, INGLEBY BARWICK – RESIDENTS CONCERNS IN RESPECT OF ROAD SAFETY.

 

The Clerk noted receipt of correspondence from a resident responding to the school crossing patrol issues highlighted by the Town Council in Gossip Magazine.  The resident states that they have a child that attends St. Francis of Assisi Primary school and the one and only road crossing they have to make each day is becoming worse and worse in terms of safety, despite the schools attempts to improve matters.  It is noted that the junction of ‘The Pasture’ and ‘Broom Hill Avenue’ may seem an easy junction to negotiate but with the number of cars parked at the school entrance and people not taking notice of the single yellow line markings (except when traffic officials are present) not to mention the amount of cars in and out of the junction from several directions is becoming a real safety issue.

 

It is noted that cars regularly block the dropped kerb area to cross the road leaving no easy access across and no easy line of sight for oncoming traffic for the children. 

 

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The resident suggests that consideration be given to providing a school crossing patroller or at least the road markings improved to double yellow lines or a pelican crossing with zig zags to prevent the cars parking in this location.  It is also suggested that another solution to improve matters would be to put in an island so that the children only have to watch for half as much traffic to get to the centre before crossing the next section.

 

It was noted that Town Council Members had requested studies into safe crossing points on Lowfields Avenue/Broom Hill and Beckfields Avenue.

 

RESOLVED that the Town Council invites S.B.C.’s Community Engineer Steve Lumb to their September 2008 meeting.  This matter to be raised for consideration at the meeting.

 

69. CLEVELAND LOCAL COUNCILS ASSOCIATION MEETING ON WEDNESDAY 9TH JULY 2008 – REPORT BACK.

 

The meeting was attended by Councillor Mrs S. Larkin and Councillor Mrs J. White, the Town Council’s nominated representatives on Cleveland Local Councils Association.

 

Councillor Mrs White informed that Mr Steve Raggs from County Durham Association of Local Councils, who had taken over the administration of the County Training Partnership from the North East Regional Employers Association, gave a presentation to the meeting which was very informative.  A list of training events will be circulated in September of each year in order that Council’s can allow for this in their budgets.  Reference was made to Council’s clustering together to help with fees.  It was noted that an ‘Open Day’ is to be held in Sadberge to promote Quality Councils.  Discussion had taken place on the refurbishment of the Westfields housing estate in Loftus and Saltburn’s entry into Britain in Bloom.  Saltburn are awaiting erection of their proposed SID’s (Speed Indicator Devices).  The meeting which was held at Ingleby Barwick Community Hall had went very well although the turn out had not been as good as expected.

 

70. CONSIDERATION TO BE GIVEN TO THE MAYOR COUNCILLOR JOHN FLETCHER ATTENDING A MEETING OF THE TOWN COUNCIL.

 

The Clerk reported receipt of a letter from Councillor Fletcher to Councillor Mrs I. Machin regarding improving links with parish and town councils.  Councillor Fletcher expresses his interest in meeting with the Town Council by either coming to one of the meetings or to an event in which the Town Council is involved.

He states that he was pleased that the Town Council was represented at the Parish Council Liaison Forum on 16th June and that he thought it was a useful meeting.  He enjoyed meeting Members informally at the reception afterwards.

 

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Councillor Fletcher is doing a sponsored walk along the Teesdale Way on 19th & 20th July and hopes that as many Town Council Members as possible will join him, sponsor him or publicise the event.  The walk is arranged in stages so you can do all or part of it if you wish.  This event will be in aid of the charities which he has chosen in his mayoral year – 75% Daisy Chain centre for special needs children at Norton and 25% for Justice First, helping asylum seekers.  The details of the event had been circulated to Members.

 

RESOLVED that Councillor Fletcher be invited to a forthcoming Town Council meeting.  The Clerk to provide the dates of future meetings in order that Councillor Fletcher can check his availability.

 

71. FINANCE:

 

(a)  Town Council Current Balance Sheet

The Clerk/Responsible Financial Officer circulated copies of the Town Council's current financial statement, showing a total balance including reserves of £ 116,436.63, a copy of which is held on the Town Council file.

 

The Community Hall Extension Account has a balance of £ 3,350.55, which includes the VAT return on the contributions from Persimmon Homes and the Town Council.

 

(b) Accounts due for Payment

Monthly internet payment to Orange Broadband of £11.99 is collected by direct debit.

 

RESOLVED that the following accounts be approved:

 

Paula M. Hall – Remuneration July 2008;

            Paula M. Hall - Tax and N.I. Contribution July 2008;

 

            HBS Local Government Pension Scheme - Clerk and Employer contribution

July 2008;

 

Paula M. Hall – Remuneration August 2008;

            Paula M. Hall - Tax and N.I. Contribution August 2008;

 

            HBS Local Government Pension Scheme - Clerk and Employer contribution

August 2008;

 

Ingleby Barwick Community Hall – Invoice for use of Hall

for Town Council Meeting June 2008                                                                    £   14.62

 

 

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Robinson’s – Rent for Office, due 5th August 2008                                               £ 220.00

 

Robinson’s – Rent for Office, due 5th September 2008                                       £ 220.00

 

Mascot – Signs for Office                                                                                        £ 205.63

 

 

72. PLANNING APPLICATIONS.

 

Planning Schedule

The Clerk referred to the Planning Applications Schedule attached to the Agenda for this meeting, which states the comments made by Ingleby Barwick Town Council in relation to the planning applications listed.

The Schedule indicates the current position of the planning applications.

 

(a) Planning Application No. 08/2133/COU

Proposal: Change of Use from Retail Unit (A1) to Hot Food Takeaway (A5).

Location: Unit 2, 4 Beckfields Centre, Beckfields Avenue, Ingleby Barwick.

 

The Town Council considered all of the information and plans provided in respect of planning application no. 08/2133/COU.

 

It was suggested that the unit may be a suitable option for provision of the youth café although this raised various questions in respect of size, facilities and ownership.

 

RESOLVED that the Town Council submits the following comments to S.B.C. in respect of the proposal:

 

If this application is approved it should be made a condition that a litter bin be provided.  Also, any bins to the rear of the shop should have a lid.

 

73. COMMUNITY COMMUNICATION.

 

RESOLVED that the Town Council’s next article for publication includes the following:

 

-                      Results of the Garden Competition 2008;

-                      Ingleby Barwick Enforcement Service Contact Details;

-                      Date of September 2008 Town Council Meeting;

-                      Town Council Contact Details.

 

 

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74. CLERKS REPORT AND CORRESPONDENCE.

 

(a) Glasdon, Seating Collection and Recycling Bins – Receipt of information mailing on recycling bins and seats.

 

(b) ARUP, Leven Bank removal of overtaking Lane – Receipt of correspondence regarding the proposal to remove the overtaking lane on Leven Bank. Consultation has been undertaken with Ward Councillors of Ingleby Barwick (East and West) and Yarm and also Ingleby Barwick Town Council, Hilton Parish Council and Yarm Town Council. They received full support from the Town and Parish Councils and also from the majority of the Ward Councillors consulted. A recommendation to proceed was therefore put forward and Councillor Cook, the Cabinet Member for Regeneration & Transport, has given his approval to proceed. The Changes will be brought into place via overnight road closures on the weekends of 12th/13th and the 19th/20th July. There were already plans in place to resurface Leven Bank on these dates so it is proposed to carry out both schemes at once to minimise traffic disruption.

           

(c) Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council, Draft Leisure Strategy – Receipt of correspondence regarding the Parish Council Liaison Forum on the 16th June 2008.  Neil Russell S.B.C. invited members of Parish and Town Councils to contact him regarding involvement in the draft leisure strategy.

           

(d) Cleveland Local Councils Association – Receipt of the Agenda for the General Meeting on the 9th July 2008 to be held at Ingleby Barwick Community Hall and the minutes of the meeting of the Association held on 9th April 2008 at the Council Chambers of Saltburn, Marske & New Marske.

 

(e) Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council, Planning the Future of Villages in Stockton Consultation Events – Receipt of correspondence regarding a Villages Study being prepared by S.B.C. as part of the evidence base for the Local Development Framework (LDF).  As part of this study it has been decided to carry out further consultation in each individual village in order to gain a better understanding of residents’ views and opinions on the future planning context of the villages.  S.B.C. is holding drop-in-sessions in all of the fifteen villages covered in the study.  An exhibition will be set up at each of the events with a map showing the current service provision and the planning context of each of the villages. 

A feedback questionnaire will be available at each session so that attendees can put their views forward.  Officers from the spatial planning section will be available to explain and clarify issues throughout the sessions.

 

 

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(f) Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council, Technical Services Newsletter – Receipt of letter enclosing a copy of the Technical Services Newsletter detailing all major capital projects that the Technical Services Division will be working on throughout 2008/9 including Highways and Transportation Schemes, New Building Programmes and Planned Building Maintenance together with Urban Design Schemes.

                                                                                               

(g) Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council, Extension of Footpath Cycleway QEW – Receipt of correspondence.

 

(h) Residents Correspondence, School Crossing Patrols – Receipt of correspondence responding to the school crossing patrol issues highlighted by the Town Council in Gossip Magazine. 

 

(i) Mayor, Councillor John Fletcher – Receipt of letter to Councillor Mrs I. Machin regarding improving links with parish and town councils. 

 

(j) Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council, Riverside based leisure scrutiny review – Receipt of correspondence thanking the Town Council for their contribution to the review of River Based Leisure Facilities (letter dated 10-12-07).  The Committee have completed their work and their final report can be found at http://www.stockton.gov.uk/resources/council/scrutinyres/artsleisure/rivers.pdf.

Stockton Council’s Cabinet have considered the report and accepted all the recommendations contained within.  These will now be taken forward and an action plan detailing how this will happen can be found at http://www.egenda.stockton.gov.uk/aksstockton/users/public/admin/kab14.pl?operation=SUBMIT&meet=13&cmte=ALS&grpid=public&arc=71.

The Committee’s current work is concentrating on a review of Tees Active Limited, the organisation responsible for managing the Council’s leisure centres.

Any comments are welcome.

 

(k) Ingleby Barwick Library, July 2008 Newsletter and Bookheads Review – Receipt of Newsletter and Bookheads Review.

 

(l) Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council, Community Protection Updates May 2008 – Receipt of correspondence attaching ASB and crime stats by Ward for May 2008.  Also attached were the ASB stats for April 2008 which have been updated with new NES figures in relation to FPN’s and alcohol seizures.

 

(m) CSV, Operation Strongbow Doorstoppers Project (Doorstep Crime) – Receipt of letter regarding making Members of the Council/Parish Meeting aware of the project they are launching in our area.  They are looking to give talks to interested groups or individuals in the area and are keen to recruit volunteers who would be interested in receiving training to deliver similar tasks.

 

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(n) Evening Gazette, Community Champions – Receipt of correspondence regarding nominations for the Community Champions Awards. 

 

(o) Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council, Standards Committee Agenda – Receipt of Agenda for the meeting on Friday 4th July 2008.

 

(p) Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council, Council Agenda – Receipt of agenda for the Council meeting on Wednesday 9th July 2008.

 

(q) Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council, Future Learning – Receipt of booklet regarding important information on Building Schools for the Future in Stockton-on-Tees.

 

(r) Society of Local Council Clerks, 34th National Conference 2008 – Receipt of booklet regarding the National Conference 2008 to be held at Wokefield Park, Berkshire from 2pm Friday 17th October to 2pm Sunday 19th October 2008.

 

(s) Society of Local Council Clerks, Local Policy – Receipt of Booklet regarding the Local Policy

 

(t) Wicksteed Playscapes, Playground Inspection and Maintenance Services – Receipt of information mailing.

 

(u) Clerks and Councils Direct – Receipt of magazine.

 

(v) J Parker – Receipt of Wholesale Catalogue.

 

(w) The Clerk, The Journal of the Society of Local Council Clerks July 2008 – Receipt of magazine.

 

(x) LCR, The official Journal of the National Association of Local Councils – Receipt of magazine, July 2008.

 

(y) Mascot Services, Invoice – Receipt of Invoice for supplying and installing signs at Barwick Lodge, totaling £205.63.

 

(z) RBS Software Solutions, Training Sessions – Receipt of letter offering training courses for accounting software over the forthcoming months.

 

(a1) Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council, Review of River Based leisure Services – Receipt of report and action plan for river based leisure facilities.

 

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(b1) Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council, Stockton Health Centre Development Proposals – Receipt of information mailing on improving access and choice in primary care services.

 

(c1) NHS, A new healthcare system for Hartlepool, Stockton and parts of Easington and Sedgefield – Receipt of information booklet on a new healthcare system.

 

(d1) Tees Valley, Rural News – Receipt of newsletter from Tees Valley Rural Community Council, Issue 2 2008.

 

(e1) Ingleby Barwick Community Hall – Invoice for use of the Hall in June 2008, totaling £ 14.62.

 

(f1) Crutes Law Firm, Ingleby Barwick Community Hall – Receipt of letter informing that following the successful merger of Crutes Law Firm and Doberman Horsman Solicitors they are pleased to announce that Crutes LLP has completed their relocation of the bulk of its Teesside operations from the Middlesbrough town centre premises on Borough Road to their bespoke premises at Crutes House, University Boulevard, Teesdale Park, Stockton-on-Tees, TS17 6EN.

 

(g1) Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council, Stockton News Sept/Oct 2008 Edition – Receipt of letter informing that the deadline for receipt of all articles for consideration for the next edition should be submitted by no later than 11.00 am on Wednesday 6th August 2008.  The magazine will be delivered to households and businesses on Friday 26th September 2008.

 

DATE OF NEXT MEETING OF INGLEBY BARWICK TOWN COUNCIL.

 

A special Meeting of the Town Council is scheduled to take place on Monday 21st July 2008 at Ingleby Barwick Community Hall, Haresfield Way, Ingleby Barwick, commencing at 7.15 p.m.

 

The next monthly Meeting of the Town Council is scheduled to take place on Wednesday 24th September 2008 at Ingleby Barwick Community Hall, Haresfield Way, Ingleby Barwick, commencing at 7.15 p.m.

 

 

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MINUTES

 

OF THE

 

MEETING

 

OF

 

INGLEBY BARWICK TOWN COUNCIL

 

HELD ON

 

WEDNESDAY 16TH JULY 2008

 

AT

 

INGLEBY BARWICK COMMUNITY HALL

HARESFIELD WAY

INGLEBY BARWICK

 

 

 

PREPARED BY

PAULA M. HALL

CLERK TO THE COUNCIL