Bradwell Parish Council
To: Members of Bradwell Parish Council
You are hereby summoned to attend a meeting of the Parish Council to be held
at Leo Coles Pavilion on Monday 20th November, at 7.00 p.m.
- To receive apologies for absences
- To receive declarations of Interest and dispensations
Members are reminded to declare any interest on any item on this agenda at this point or at any point during the meeting in accordance with Bradwell Parish Council’s Code of Conduct.
- Public Participation session (15 minutes)
Members of the public will be invited to give their views/question the Parish Council on issues on the agenda or raise issues for consideration of inclusion at future meetings. This item will be limited to 15 minutes, and will be followed by any County/Borough/Police reports.
- Minutes of last meeting
To approve and sign minutes of the Parish Council meeting held on 25th September 2023.
- Matters Arising
The Clerk and members as appropriate to report any matters arising from the last meeting, to include Clerk’s report.
- Councillor Co-option
To be discussed by all members.
- Councillor Resignation
To note resignation of Cllr Howe.
- Appointment of Locum Parish Clerk
Members to agree Kate Ruddock as Locum Parish Clerk for the Parish Council.
- Parish Clerk & Assistant Parish Clerk
The Chairman to report any updates on the two vacancies, including the deadline for applications.
To consider recommendations from the Planning Working Group on the following applications and to report any Borough Council decisions made since the last meeting.
06/23/0695/TRE 60 Mill Lane, Bradwell Works to oak Tree
06/23/0606/CU Old Farm House, Hall Farm, Burgh Castle Change of use to short term support accommodation
06/23/0638/VCF Burghwell Lodge, Market Rd, Burgh Castle Variations of cond 2 (plans), 3 (repair works & material of pp 06/22/1031/F
06/23/0701/LB Hobland House, Hobland Rd, Bradwell Alterations to replace external windows & door, internal layout alterations
06/23/0721/LB Old Farm House, Hall Farm, Burgh Castle Installation of fire doors & alarm to facilitate change of use to support accommodation
To receive and approve accounts for payment.
a)To approve items of expenditure including any retrospective spending delegated to the Clerk
b)To note receipt of monthly income
c)To receive Q2 bank reconciliation to 30th September 2023, and to note the quarter 2 finance check.
d)To award the annual Bradwell Reading Rooms grant. Budgeted at £1,650. Legal Power LGA 1972 S137.
e)Allotments: To approve quote from Waveney Fencing to extend Beccles Road allotment fence at £1,100 + VAT. Legal Power: Small Holdings & Allotment Act 1908, S23. See report.
f)Following Cllr Howe’s resignation to appoint somebody to the Finance Portfolio
- Youth Club Service
To review the youth club service. To discuss if the club should it be extended after November 2023.
- GYBC Polling Stations
To review the GYBC polling information and make a resolution as appropriate.
- Mill Lane Community Centre Trust
Following Cllr Howe’s resignation to appoint somebody to the Mill Lane Community Centre Trust
- The Kings Garden
Cllrs Hamilton, Sargeant and Watson to report on progress
a)Draft allotment advisory committee minutes of 19th September 2023
b)Draft Allotment AGM minutes of 28th September 2023
c)Resolution: To allotment holder 18b to ban chickens from being kept on the plot due to welfare issues.
- Events Working Party
To note the minutes from the meeting held on the 16th October 2023.
- Old School Village Centre
The Chairman to report any updates, to include:
Resolution: To allow the Old School Village Centre to use Green Lane car park on Friday 22nd December from 2pm to 8pm for parking for their Santa’s Grotto Event.
Resolution: To loan bollards/barriers to block off the car park entrance.
To report any correspondence received.
- Date of next meeting.
To confirm date, scheduled for Monday 4th December 2023, 7.00pm at Leo Coles Pavilion.
Locum Parish Clerk
HM Queen Elizabeth II
1926 – 2022
It is with immense sadness that Bradwell Parish Council has heard of the death of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.
Along with so many others, our reaction is one of profound sorrow for all the members of the Royal Family and to give thanks for a life well lived and much admired.
Bradwell Parish Council offer our heartfelt and very deepest sympathy to the Royal Family. They have lost, a mother, a grandmother, and a great grandmother; as a nation we have lost one of the most remarkable figures of the last century.
Throughout her life the Queen demonstrated exemplary dedication and commitment to serving the United Kingdom and the Commonwealth and supported countless organisations and charities.
Here in Bradwell, the Queen will always be remembered for her humility and duty to her country, which helped to foster the genuine love and affection in which she was held by all of us.