Financial Information 2020/2021
AGAR, Notice of public rights 2020-2021 (PDF, 119 Kb)
NOTICE OF PUBLIC RIGHTS AND PUBLICATION OF ANNUAL GOVERNANCE & ACCOUNTABILITY RETURN (EXEMPT AUTHORITY)
ACCOUNTS FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31 MARCH 2021
The AGAR (Annual Governance & Accountability Return), Year End Accounts & the original budget set for the 2020/21 Financial Year are shown below.
AGAR, 2020-2021 (PDF, 7 Mb)
The AGAR submission 2020-2021
AGAR, Annual, Accounts, 2020-2021 (PDF, 864 Kb)
Annual Accounts as submitted for AGAR 2020-2021
Expenditures, greater than £100 2020-2021 (PDF, 732 Kb)
Publication of expenditures greater than £100 for 2020-2021
Budget, 2020-2021 (PDF, 134 Kb)
Budget for 2020-2021
Financial Information 2019/2020
The AGAR (Annual Governance & Accountability Return) and The Notice of Public Rights & Publication of AGAR 2019-2020
Financial Information 2018/19
The AGAR (Annual Governance & Accountability Return) 2018-2019
AGAR, 2018-2019 (PDF, 7.4 Mb)
AGAR submission 2018-2019
Financial Information 2017/18
The AGAR (Annual Governance & Accountability Return) 2017-2018
Land & Buildings
Grimston, Saxelbye & Shoby Parish Council own the following buildings and lands:
Saxelbye Telephone Kiosk, purchased from Community Heartbeat in 2020.
Grimston Telephone Kiosk, where the defibrillator is located.
The Village Green in Grimston.
The Stocks, Shoby Lane, Grimston. These are a Grade 2 listed Building since 01.01.1968. They are probably C19 with older origins (ref Historic England 1188438).
The War Memorial, Main Street, Grimston. This is a Grade 2 listed Building since 27.04.2018. It is a Portland stone First World War memorial cross unveiled on 7.4.1920 by Captain Reckitt (ref Historic England 1455454).
The Precept is the element of your Council Tax that is paid to Grimston, Saxelbye & Shoby Parish Council.
Every year, the Parish Council draws up a budget and calculates how much money it needs for the next Financial Year. This is then submitted to Melton Borough Council. who co-ordinate the other demands from LCC, Police and themselves and come up with the rate to be paid in Council Tax from 1st April that year.
The Parish Council lists all payments made in the minutes of its Parish Council Meetings (these can be viewed in documents )
Standing Orders and Financial Regulations
General, Standing Order (PDF, 533 Kb)
General Standing Order adopted 11.01.2021
Financial, Regulations (PDF, 363 Kb)
Financial Regulations adopted 30.11.2020
Risk Assessment (PDF, 246 Kb)
Parish Council Risk Assessment reviewed and adopted 29.03.2021
Transparency Code for Smaller Councils (PDF, 167 Kb)
As Grimston, Saxelbye & Shoby Parish Council have an expenditure less than £25,000, they comply with the Transparency Code.
Policy, Metal Detection (PDF, 171 Kb)
Metal Detection Policy adopted 22.02.2021