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HARTINGTON TOWN QUARTER PARISH COUNCIL
 

A meeting of Hartington Town Quarter Parish Council was held on Wednesday, 11th April 2018 at

7.30 pm in the Bakehouse.

 

Present: D Annat, S Bruce, E Broomhead MBE, A Grindey, the clerk, Mrs S Hampson and S Flitter, Civic Chair from Derbyshire Dales District Council (DDDC) (part of the meeting). There were no membersof the public in attendance.

 
Non-Confidential agenda items

18.4.1 Apologies/Councillors’ attendance register

Apologies had been received in advance of the meeting from Mr R Craven, Mr R Sherratt and District Councillor, D Chapman. The members present completed the attendance register. 

 

18.4.2 Declaration of personal/prejudicial interest of councillors

There was no need by any member present to complete an entry in the register.

 
18.4.3 Minutes of the previous meeting.

These had been displayed on the noticeboard, on the parish council’s website and forwarded to members in advance of the meeting.

 

Resolved: To accept these as a true record of proceedings and were signed in the meeting by the Chairman, Mr Annat. 

 
18.4.4 Public speaking

There were no members of the public in attendance; however, during this section the Civic Chairman from DDDC attended to present Mrs E Broomhead MBE with an award to honour and say thank you for her outstanding service and hard work in the community.   Mr Annat had nominated Mrs Broomhead MBE for this award. 

 

A lengthy electronic communication had been received from a resident who could not attend the meeting but had requested that issues be raised during public speaking. Some items featured on the published agenda. Members thought that some of the points raised could have been addressed had the resident attended the public Neighbourhood Plan event recently held where there was an opportunity to complete forms and raise/discuss village issues. Members of the parish council are satisfied that the ‘About us’ section on the parish council’s website is clear regarding parish council contact details. Agendas and minutes are publicly advertised on the website, parish council notice board and an agenda is also placed in the local shop. Parishioners regularly communicate or attend the parish council meetings to voice opinions during the public speaking section and this enables the parish council to take matters forward.

 

Reference to part night street lighting is a Derbyshire County Council (DCC) initiative involving identified street lights being turned off at midnight. The issue of a new light on the DDDC car park was raised due to its appearance, the quality of the light and the length it is illuminated for.

 

Resolved: Members of the parish council to visit the public car park when the light is illuminated. 

Resolved: The light will be discussed at the next meeting and any identified issues reported to the local authority.

 

Members acknowledged that traffic speed through the village can sometimes be inappropriate. The parish council has, on numerous occasions, liaised with the traffic authority. An illuminated/flashing traffic sign will be installed in the vicinity of the primary school. The resident has the right to voice his own opinion to the police and local authority regarding this matter. The clerk advised that this issue is not only confined to the parish. A CREST van could be considered which may result in speeding fines being issued.

Resolved: The clerk to contact the local PCSO to raise further awareness of traffic speed issues in the village.

 

The resident had referred to the function of the fire hydrant on Mill Lane.

 

Resolved: The clerk to contact the fire brigade at Buxton regarding this.

 
18.4.5 Update from District Councillor

Apologies had been received from the District Councillor.

 
18.4.6 Public conveniences update

It was disappointing to report that the public conveniences remain locked following the burst some 6 weeks or more ago. Members of the public and tourists were obviously denied access over the Easter period and members remain concerned over the reopening of the conveniences as the main tourist season is imminent.

 

Resolved: the clerk to contact DDDC and the District Councillor to express extreme concern of the lack of repair to the public conveniences and when this may be resolved.

 
18.4.7 Hartington Village Hall

A further trustee meeting has recently been held. The financial situation is more stable with an increase in income being generated. A grant will be applied for to include a full update of electrics, kitchen and roof. Members of the parish council were satisfied with the progress being made.

 
18.4.8 Former cheese factory site culvert

Subsequent to the previous meeting it had been reported to members that there had been issues with the recently installed narrowed culvert. There had been flooding issues which may have been connected to this site. The officers concerned at Peak District National Park Authority (PDNPA) had been contacted. Mr Annat advised that new planning applications had appeared on the PDNPA website but the clerk had not yet received the hard copy plans. These involve a discharge and variation to conditions on previous applications to alter some of the houses, sewerage and underground services plus an application for a drainage channel rather than a swale. These proposals will be looked at in detail at the next meeting.

 
18.4.9 Neighbourhood Plan

Following the outcome of public exhibition of the Neighbourhood Plan the final draft has been submitted to PDNPA. Consultation with DCC and DDDC will be required along with any land owners referred to within the plan. This may be quite a lengthy process. The draft plan will be sent to the public for feedback

 

Resolved: to place this item on future agendas until complete.    

 
18.4.10 Grit bins and snow warden

DCC will provide a snow shovel and high visibility wear for the snow warden if collected.

 

Resolved: to remove this item from the next agenda until October

 
18.4.11 Village Pond

Resolved: to place the item on the agenda in the autumn.

 
18.4.12 Dog fouling

An article had been submitted to the News and Views. This item was also raised by the resident submitting a communication for public speaking. This matter has been discussed on many occasions by members and members are aware of the field in question which is used by some local people and visitors, some of whom allow their dogs to foul and are not responsible in the removal of the dog waste. 

 

Resolved: The matter will remain on future agendas.

 

18.4.13 Cemetery rules, regulations and fees.

The clerk had updated the new cemetery fees in line with DDDC. An application had been received for a memorial to exclude a vase hole in the base plinth. The monumental mason concerned had been advised that this application could not be approved until such time as this had been taken to a full council meeting as the rule at the time of the application would not permit this. This had not been well received by the mason concerned and he had been quite rude. The clerk had taken further advice from DDDC as the burial authority who had confirmed that the clerk had taken the correct course of action as the parish council’s rules were long established and published. DDDC also expect the provision of a regularised vases to avoid random jars being placed creating issues with mowing. Members considered the request for the memorial to exclude a vase hole and container very carefully.

 

Resolved: Clerk to amend the current parish council regulations to permit memorial applications to be approved without the inclusion of a vase hole in the base plinth but on condition that the applicant signs an additional document confirming that there will be no flowers placed on the grave concerned in the future. The clerk will, therefore, advise the family concerned with the most recent application accordingly.

 
18.4.14 Yellow Lines

Mr Annat showed other members a copy of an annotated plan indicating proposals for new yellow lines around the mere, greens and a small area on Mill Lane. Mr Annat advised that these can be painted in a narrower format and no additional signage is required as the very nature of double yellow lines means no parking. PDNPA will have to become involved. If these are applied then one of the most important focal points of the village will no longer be obstructed by parked vehicles and motor homes. Members also discussed seasonal versus permanent yellow lines in the village.

 

Resolved: To place the item on future agendas with a view to adopting the lines indicated on the plan.

Resolved: To apply for the yellow lines to become in force all year round.

Resolved: Conditions to be viewed on a busy Sunday to ensure all relevant areas are considered.

 

18.4.15 Items of account, salaries, HMRC, general admin., contractor

Cq 1283          S Hampson                              April net salary                        £235.20

Cq 1284          S Hampson                              April internet provision           £10.00

Cq 1285          S Hampson                              Reimbursement of expenses   £6.28

Cq 1286          Hartington Village Hall          Meeting room hire                   £27.50

Cq 1287          DALC                                     2018-19 subscription               £99.47*

 

*DALC had replied to the clerk’s enquiry regarding the possibility of village hall members receiving training under the umbrella of the parish council’s subscription. This is not permitted; therefore, the above subscription does not include training costs.         

 

The clerk and responsible finance officer advised that the year end accounts are almost complete. She further advised that year end balances compared to precept have to be detailed. This will include reporting the possibility of the parish council considering responsibility for the public conveniences should they be considered for closure in the near future.

 

The mowing contractor is shortly due to commence mowing for the new season. Mrs Broomhead MBE questioned mowing round the rear of the village hall.

 

Resolved: The clerk will contact the contractor again for resubmission of new insurance and licence documentation.                                  

 
18.4.16 Planning

See item 18.4.8 regarding imminent plans at the cheese factory site. Another application had also emerged on line for a loft conversion on Dig Street.

 

Resolved: based on the online application, members approved the application for the bungalow.

Resolved: to approve the application at the YHA considered by the planning sub-committee

Resolved: to consider the further application at the former cheese factory site and forward the decision at the next meeting in May.

 
18.4.17 Highway issues

Members of the parish council totally agreed with a resident’s comments about the condition of the roads in the parish but acknowledged that this is not an isolated area as many surrounding main roads are in an appalling state with multiple potholes being present. Over £1,000,000 has been allocated to address some of these issues by DCC. Members considered that road repairs being carried out by other external agencies such as Severn Trent or Western Power to be of a better quality. The clerk also advised that resident of the neighbouring parish had caused damage to his vehicle with potholes over Hall Bank.

 

Resolved: The clerk to forward an extract of the resident’s communication to DCC referring to the potholes in the parish area to illustrate the strength of feeling about this.

 

18.4.18 Correspondence and electronic communication

The community noticeboard is in a very poor condition despite being replaced only about 4 years ago. The condition of the Perspex in the doors makes it virtually impossible to read notices. The pinboard is very soggy. A replacement item may be in the region of £1,000. 

 

Resolved: The clerk to contact the supplier of the noticeboard to advise of the council’s disappointment with the item and to see if a solution is offered.

 

Other correspondence and communication had been forwarded to members in advance of the meeting and included: NHS Diabetes programme, Life Better Derbyshire, discount tickets for Eroica, rescheduled Parish and Town Council Liaison Forum 10th May 2018, new shovel and high vis vest for snow warden to collect, Derbyshire Lawn Centre Report, 30 mph on A515, 2018 Derbyshire and Derby Minerals Local Plan consultation, DCC Library service.

 

18.4.19 Items for the next agenda

Hartington Village Hall, Neighbourhood Plan, yellow lines, former cheese factory site, village planters, public conveniences, dog fouling, accounts and audit, light on the car park.  Additional items to be compiled by the clerk

 

18.4.20 Date of the next meeting

2nd May 2018       

This will be the annual parish council meeting and will commence at 7.15 pm. 

This will be preceded at 7.00 pm by the parish annual meeting.

 
 

The meeting was declared closed at 9.05 pm

Mrs S Hampson
Clerk

Hartington Town Quarter Parish Council

13th April 2018

 

©Hartington Town Quarter Parish Council minutes remain draft until approved by the parish council at the next meeting

 



HARTINGTON TOWN QUARTER PARISH COUNCIL
 

A meeting of Hartington Town Quarter Parish Council was held on Wednesday, 4th October 2017 at

7.30 pm in the Bakehouse.

 

Present:  D Annat, S Bruce, E Broomhead MBE, A Grindey and the clerk, Mrs S Hampson.  There were no members of the public in attendance.

 
Non-Confidential agenda items
 

17.10.1 Apologies/Councillors’ attendance register

Apologies had been received R Craven and District Councillor Chapman.  The members present completed the attendance register.

 

17.10.2 Declaration of personal/prejudicial interest of councillors

There was no need by any member present to complete an entry in the register.

 
17.10.3 Minutes of the previous meeting.

These had been displayed on the noticeboard, on the parish council’s website and forwarded to members in advance of the meeting.

 

Resolved:  To accept these as a true record of proceedings and were signed in the meeting by the Chairman, Mr Annat.

 
17.10.4 Public speaking

There were no members of the public in attendance.

 
17.10.5 Casual Vacancy

Derbyshire Dales District Council (DDDC) had confirmed that an election will not be called and the parish council was at liberty to proceed to co-option.  The notice to co-opt had been placed on the noticeboard and website.  The notice period for submission of applications from interested parties will expire on 12th October 2017.  A verbal expression has been received. Interviews will take place on 1st November meeting.

 
17.10.6 District Councillor

The District Councillor was not in attendance and no updates regarding DDDC business had been received.

 

17.10.7 Hartington Village Hall and Broadband

A meeting had taken place between three members of the parish council and members of the village hall.  Mr Annat had taken minutes of this meeting and subsequently received sight of some key documentation.  The purpose of the meeting had been to discuss a possible restructure but the focus of the meeting shifted to the current running of the committee.  Finance was also discussed.  There was still no broadband contract available for inspection but it was known that this contract appears to be an expensive business contract.  Another meeting was scheduled for 16th October.  It is now important to actively enlist a number of other additional members for the village hall committee, possibly from other village groups.

 

Resolved:  Mr Annat to attend the next few village hall committee meetings and to report findings to the parish council.

 
 
 
 
 
17.10.8 Public toilets

The clerk had sent a request to DDDC for footfall figures.  This had been received illustrating a count taken in June 2016.  The data was 887 to the gentlemen’s toilets and 827 to the ladies in a single week.  Members considered that this was not the busiest time for tourists in the village however, it was higher than the usage figures for Eyam.  At this stage, DDDC has authority to charge for the use of toilets at 5 locations and the principles of a community toilet scheme will be reported to committee in December 2017.  DDDC has stated that the parish council will be kept informed and will be consulted.

 

17.10.0 Responsibility for churchyard mowing and maintenance

There was no further update from DDDC regarding this.  The clerk reported that there was a grave stone that appeared to have been pushed over in the parish council cemetery.  Mrs Broomhead reported that there had also been some recent vandalism on Harrots Lane

 

Resolved:  to contact a family member regarding this memorial to ensure it is reinstated.

 
17.10.10 Village pond

The clerk provided details of a private contractor who may carry out work to improve the quality of the pond which is such an important feature in Hartington; however, this may be expensive.

 

Resolved:  the clerk to contact the ponds’ officer at Peak District National Park Authority (PDNPA) to request a list of approved/recommended contractors to being the process of obtaining quotes.

 

17.10.11 Items of account, salaries, HMRC, general administration, contractor, audit

Cq 1245          Hartington Village Hall          hire                                          £27.50

Cq 1246          S Hampson                              October internet provision      £10.00

Cq 1247          S Hampson                              Reimbursement of expenses   £12.46

Cq 1248          S Hampson                              October clerk’s salary             £235.00

Cq 1249          Grant Thornton                       External audit fee                   £120.00  (VAT £20.00)

Cq 1250          Town Clean High Peak           Mowing contract cuts 5&6     £600.00*

 

Mowing contractor has agreed to open an account to receive the mowing contract payments to Town Clean High Peak to agree with the insurance policy.

 

Grant Thornton had drawn to the attention of the parish council that the notice for the public to exercise their right to inspect documentation had been placed prior to the approval of the accounts by the members of the parish council.

 

17.10.12 Planning sub-committee, planning applications and appeals

Members considered an application for listed building consent for internal alterations to Dove Cottage. 

 

Resolved:  to support the application and the clerk to advise PDNPA accordingly.

 
17.10.13 Highway Issues

Derbyshire County Council (DCC) had still not attended to the pothole next to the pavement on Church Street.  This is now a hazard.  Additional highway issues include a pothole near the Jug and Glass; water collections at High Cross, Dig Street and Liffs Road.  Mrs Bruce advised that Severn Trent Water Authority (STWA) had recently resolved an issue with a blocked pipe near the pond.  The collapsed culvert on Dig Street remains an ongoing issue due to lack of funds.  Not all of the cats’ eyes and white lines have been reinstated following the chipping of the roads through Hartington.  An approach had been made by a resident regarding the possibility of a 20mph speed restriction outside the primary school.

 

Resolved:  The clerk to report the potholes, water collections, cats’ eyes and white lines to DCC.

17.10.14 Christmas tree and electricity supply

The clerk had contacted DCC regarding the proposed shallow installation together with Western Power for details of the underground cable network in Hartington.  An underground cable network plan had been received from Western Power and forwarded to the members in advance of the meeting.  DCC require payment of £445.00for a street licence as this is a legal requirement to dig up the pavement and to also guarantee the work for 2-3 years thereafter. 

 

Resolved:  Mr Annat to investigate over-ground cable protection in view of the cost of the street licence to place cables underground.

 
17.10.15 Neighbourhood plan

A further meeting will take place shortly to review the first draft prior to consultation with the village community and a future exhibition in the village hall.

 
17.10.16 Mowing contractor

Also see items of account.

 

Members discussed the disappointment in the recent deterioration in quality of the mowing within the village.  The memorials in the cemetery have been left in an appalling state.  Members reported that the last few cuts on the greens have been left too high; grass cuttings have been strewn in the village pond contributing to further issues with the pond.  The parish council was initially extremely pleased with the contractor but there are now some issues which may be being caused by sub-contracting. There have also been issues with the payee on the cheques and the insurance. 

 

Resolved:  The clerk to write to the mowing contractor to highlight the disappointment by the council and to raise the issues above for correction as this is part of a two year contract.

 
17.10.17 Correspondence and communication

Details of correspondence and communication had been forwarded to councillors in advance of the meeting and included the following items in addition to those already covered by the agenda: DALC circulars,

 

DDDC Community Buildings training seminar through Rural Action Derbyshire and PAT testing workshop., DALC clerk's vacancy at Wingerworth, DALC Circular 10, DDDC no involvement with DDDC for disposal of asbestos from cheese factory, Commemoration of Holocaust Day, DCC mobile library service, Cancellation of town and parish council conference, DALC Circular 11, DALC AGM 11 October and annual report

 

Snow warden documentation including a new risk assessment and Fit to Participate forms had been forward to the Snow Warden.  A tonne of grit will be available again this year for use by the snow warden.  The snow warden asked if this could be delivered on a pallet by a fork lift to unload it.

 

Wetton First Responders kindly test the function of the defibrillator each month free of charge.  This is much appreciated.  A donation to the first responders for this service was discussed together with a letter of thanks.

 

Resolved:  to place donation to Wetton First Responders on the next agenda

 
17.10.18 Items for the next agenda.

Interviews to fill casual vacancy by co-option, Hartington Village Hall and broadband, village Christmas Tree and electricity supply, Neighbourhood Plan, Wetton First Responders.  Additional items to be compiled by the clerk.

 
 
17.10.19 Date of the next meeting

The date of the next meeting will be 1st November 2017 at 7.15 pm to conduct interviews for co-option of the new councillor prior to the meeting at 7.30 pm

 

There being no other business the meeting was declared closed at 9.10 pm

 
Mrs S Hamspon
Clerk
 
10th October 2017
 

©Hartington Town Quarter Parish Council minutes remain draft until approved by the parish council at the next meeting

 


HARTINGTON
TOWN
QUARTER PARISH COUNCIL

 

A meeting of Hartington Town Quarter Parish Council was held on Wednesday, 6th September 2017 at

7.30 pm in the Bakehouse.

 

Present:  D Annat, R Craven, E Broomhead MBE and the clerk, Mrs S Hampson.  There were no members of the public in attendance.

 

Non-Confidential agenda items

 

17.9.1 Apologies/Councillors’ attendance register

Apologies had been received in advance of the meeting from S Bruce, A Grindey and District Councillor Chapman.  The members present completed the attendance register.

 

17.9.2 Declaration of personal/prejudicial interest of councillors

There was no need, by any member present, to complete an entry in the register.

 

17.9.3 Minutes of the previous meeting.

These had been displayed on the noticeboard, on the parish council’s website and forwarded to members in advance of the meeting.

 

Resolved:  To accept these as a true record of proceedings and were signed in the meeting by the Chairman, Mr Annat.

 

17.9.4 Public speaking

There were no members of the public in attendance.

 

17.9.5 District Councillor

The District Councillor was not in attendance.

 

17.9.6 Hartington Village Hall

In November 2015, the parish council paid one third of the cost of the installation of broadband at the village hall.  The village hall committee had been under the impression that this percentage contribution was on an annual basis which was not the agreement at the time.  Mrs Broomhead MBE had requested information on the annual broadband cost at the village hall and the cost appears very expensive.  Mrs Broomhead MBE had invited the village hall’s treasurer to attend but unfortunately, he was not in attendance.  The parish council may be prepared to get financially involved but would like to see details of the broadband contract first.  Members discussed a copy of the village hall’s accounts and expressed concern at the level of expenditure being incurred relative to income. 

 

Resolved:  The clerk to invite two members of the village hall committee to meet with members of the parish council to discuss some of the concerns and aspects of a better legal structure for the committee

 

Resolved:   The clerk to invite the village hall members to bring with them details of the broadband contract and any other relevant items.  A legal representative to also attend the meeting.

 

17.9.7 Public toilets

A report had been received regarding the public toilets within Derbyshire Dales which is shortly going to committee.  There is the potential for all public toilets within Derbyshire Dales to close within 2 years.  Costs had been listed again.  Hartington toilets do not appear to be an isolated case regarding the threat of closure.  Usage figures had not been received for Hartington toilets. 

 

Resolved:  The clerk to contact S Lamb at Derbyshire Dales District Council (DDDC) to ascertain if a survey of footfall had been conducted during the summer as obviously there would be decrease in usage over winter in Hartington.  This data was not included in the report.  The clerk to request that the parish council is kept up to date.

Resolved:  The clerk to ask the District Councillor to ensure the parish is best represented, kept informed whether an introduction of charges is being considered.

 

17.9.8 Responsibility for churchyard mowing and maintenance

A recent meeting had taken place between a representative of Hartington Parochial Church Council (PCC) and DDDC.  The PCC had reported that the meeting was not very positive.  Notice has been served to DDDC but at present the maintenance is being carried out by volunteers.  No further input is now required by the parish council.

 

17.9.9 Village pond

It was reported that the pond is rather full at the moment and is in need of more barley straw to continue to remove the algae.  There is probably a large quantity of silt at the bottom of the pond. 

 

Resolved:  The clerk to find details of a private contractor who may carry out work to improve the quality of the pond which is such an important feature in Hartington.

 

17.9.10 Items of account, salaries, HMRC, general administration, contractor

Cq 1238          HMRC                                                Quarter 2 income tax              £176.20          

Cq 1239          S Hampson                              September clerk’s salary         £235.20

Cq 1240          S Hampson                              September internet provision  £10.00

Cq 1241          Hartington Village Hall          September meeting hire          £27.50

Cq 1242          Town Clean High Peak Ltd*  Mowing contract August        £300.00

Cq 1243          S Hampson                              Reimbursement of expenses   £34.27 (including new ink                                                                              cartridges)

 

*The parish council, on advice from DALC, can only pay the mowing contractor in the same name as the insurance policy. 

 

17.9.11 Planning sub-committee, planning applications and appeals

Mr Annat reported that he had checked on recent applications considered by the parish council.  He advised that applications at the Charles Cotton, 1 Dale Cottage and Bank Top Farm have now been withdrawn.  Permissions have been granted for applications at Hartington Primary School and Grove Cottage.

 

17.9.12 Highway Issues

Derbyshire County Council (DCC) will take no action regarding defects on the pavement near the village stores.  Two requests have been issued to DCC to attend to the pavement on Church Street but this has not yet happened.

 

17.9.13 Hartington Wakes/Odd Fellows and Wells’ Dressing

Mr Craven provided an update on the programme of events for the Wakes/Odd Fellows although Mrs Broomhead MBE reported that there was discrepancy with an advertised event. 

 

Resolved: The parish council to meet the cost of Warslow Silver Band to play at the Wells’ Dressing event on production of an invoice.

 

17.9.14 Christmas tree and electricity supply

A local contractor attended briefly regarding the provision of an electricity supply for the village Christmas tree.  The contractor will very kindly donate his time but materials will have to be paid for by the parish council.  A tree has also been sourced for this year.  The tree will be illuminated from 2nd December.  The clerk advised that DCC would have to be advised of the proposed works in case of disruption on the highway.

 

Resolved:  The clerk to contact DCC regarding the proposed shallow installation to the grass island in the village centre together with Western Power for details of the underground cable network in Hartington.

 

17.9.15 Neighbourhood plan

A further meeting will take place shortly.

 

17.9.16 Casual vacancy

Unfortunately, Mr Dullage had forwarded his resignation during the summer recess.  The clerk had posted a casual vacancy notice on the noticeboard and advised DDDC accordingly.  The notice period ends on

18th September.  After this period, if an election has not been called, then the parish council is at liberty to proceed to co-opt to fill the one vacancy on the parish council.

 

17.9.17 Correspondence and communication

Details of correspondence and communication had been forwarded to councillors in advance of the meeting and included the following items in addition to those already covered by the agenda: DALC circulars, car parks review, changes to data protection 2018, tree surgery in Dovedale, DDDC area forums, woodland festival, Citizens Advice Bureau report, Town and Parish conference.

 

It was reported that large machinery is now visiting the former cheese factory site as part of the demolition process.  Concern regarding the safe removal of asbestos was expressed.

 

17.9.18 Items for the next agenda.

Hartington Village Hall and broadband, responsibility for Hartington churchyard, Mill Lane toilets, village Christmas Tree and electricity supply, Neighbourhood Plan, casual vacancy.  Additional items to be compiled by the clerk.

 

17.9.19 Date of the next meeting

The date of the next meeting will be 4th October 2017

 

There being no other business the meeting was declared closed at 8.55 pm

 

Mrs S Hampson

Clerk

 

10th September 2017

 

 

 

 

©Hartington Town Quarter Parish Council minutes remain draft until approved by the parish council at the next meeting

 

 

 

 
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