The Council’s most recent 2020/21 statement of accounts is provided below. The accounts will be updated monthly:
Summary Accounts to 31 March 2021
The Parish Council is required to publish details of all payments made in excess of £500.00. The document below shows all payments of £500.00 and above (net of VAT). This information will be updated quarterly in July, October, January and April.
Payments exceeding £500 to March 2021
In the interests of transparency the Council also publishes details of all income and expenditure incurred over the last 3 calendar months:
March 2021 cashbook report
Feb 2021 cashbook report
Jan 2021 cashbook report
The Parish Council is required to publish information relating to grants made, land and buildings and procurement in order to comply with the Local Government Transparency Code 2015. This requirement applies to all local councils which have either gross annual income or expenditure exceeding £200,000. This information will be updated quarterly in July, October, January and April.
Land and buildings declaration at March 2021
Tenders and contracts exceeding £5,000 to March 2021
The following grants have been made in the year to date:
– £1,428 to PCC Holy Trinity church towards the repair of the upper green car park:
– £1,500 to Long Melford Cricket Club towards the cost of improved storage barn;
– £2,000 to Long Melford Heritage Centre to support project during Covid-19.
The Parish Council has secured a new lease to provide an estimated 65 unmarked parking spaces at the Old School which is located on High Street just below The Green. The Parish Council provides free parking on this site as a community service.
Local Councils are required to publish details of employees whose remuneration in the year was at least £50,000. No Long Melford Parish Council employee falls into this category.