The 2017/18 accounting reports and governance statements have been published – click through to view the full size scan.
UPDATED with signed copies and accountability notice.
Please note, these accounts are unaudited and may be subject to change.
The annual Parish meeting is your chance to come and have your say. Give feedback, ask questions, let us know about any areas of concern. From 7:30pm at Millennium House, Thursday 24th May .
A casual vacancy currently exists for a councillor in the Pensilva Ward.
If you are interested in serving the community in this capacity and would like
further information about the duties and responsibilities of a Parish Councillor,
please contact the Parish Clerk.
Applications for this position should be in writing or by email and sent to the
Parish Clerk before the 11 th May 2018
St Ive Parish Council
Telephone: 01579 363096
Just a quick announcement that for the accounts of year ending March 2017, the audit has been concluded. Download PDF copy of the notice 2017.
From today the old round pound coins are no longer legal tender, but banks will take them for a while.
In order to carry out long overdue and necessary repairs to the Millennium House Car Park, St Ive Parish Council intend to seek approval from the Public Works Loans Board for the funding of the works. St Ive Parish Council will continue to undertake cost cutting measures within the daily operation of Millennium House, in order to minimise any adverse effect on the annual Precept for the Budget of 2017/18.
Our 2017 accounting statements are now available to view. Click the link to download below (2.8Mb PDF file)
Today the Millennium House Coffee Shop has opened for business, run by volunteer councillors and members of the public — Marlene Carr, Kathleen Parkes, Ruth Hicks, and Trish Thomas. You’ll find tea, coffee, cakes and friendly surroundings.
Opening hours are currently in line with the adjoining post office, but may be extended at a later date:
Additional volunteers are welcome, but the best thing you can do to help out is simply to come along and grab a bite to eat. Show the council that this is a viable solution by making use of it!
Thank you to all the volunteers helping to bring life back to this valued part of our community centre, and we hope to see you there.