22/01 Approval of apologies given.
Cllrs Randall, Sunners and Duke are away.
There were no apologies given from Cllr Dogra.
A proposal was made to approve these apologies given. The proposal was seconded and all Cllrs were in favour.
22/02 Declarations of Interest.
22/03 Public recess
No public present.
22/04. Approval of minutes from 19th March 2022.
A proposal was made to approve these minutes as an accurate account of the meeting. The proposal was seconded and all Cllrs were in favour.
22/05. Action points from previous meeting.
19/180 – Talk to estate manager about extension of Washpool Lease. Waiting for new lease paperwork. Chase in Dec 2021. No update received. No update.
21/204. Item for March meeting to review plans to extend washpool lease area. No update. WARP committee has map to draw up new proposed area.
21/215 Future agenda. Play equipment discussion for Castle View Road, and applications for grant funding. Pending.
21/215. Chase SBC with regards to the lease of the Castle View green area. DONE
21/227. Arrange for various items of parish tidy up to be completed. DONE
21/228. Order new bin stickers and arrange for placement as required. Stickers ordered.
21/235. Get one more solar light quote for April agenda. DONE
21/236. Add further youth provision update to April agenda. DONE
21/237. Final work on Covid remembrance rose garden area. Roses and plaque ordered. Need to place all items on site.
22/06. Parishing Progress. No items
22/07. Parish Appearance and Safety – No items
22/08. Building and amenity priorities. Tennis Club report.
21/09. Building and amenity priorities. Football Club report.
Emailed report received which was shared with Cllrs.
Club have obtained £6000 of funding for pitch improvements over the next 6 years.
The Saturday adult team won the league and have been promoted.
Extra junior U12 team to be added next season, taking the number of teams to 5.
22/10. Building and amenity priorities. Pavilion.
22/12. Rec Hall, grounds and carpark.
22/13. Castle View Play area.
Review & vote of updated lease for the entire green area from SBC.
Cllrs had reviewed the lease and could see no issues with it. The Clerk has an action just to check what changes CPC are allowed to make – extra play equipment, tree planting, other greenery planting – shrubs and hedges etc.
A proposal was made to approve & sign this new lease subject to the queries above. The proposal was seconded and all Cllrs were in favour. The lease will be taken to May full council for approval.
22/14. Chapel and Museum. Review of quotes for path lighting.
A third quote was obtained for solar lighting. The committee reviewed all 3 quotes.
A proposal was made to purchase 2 solar lights from Procure Direct, model DP-005 for the chapel path and ask the handyman to install them. The cost of the units is £611.90 plus VAT. The proposal was seconded and all Cllrs were in favour. This vote is subject to the Clerk verifying that the batteries can easily be changed, and to also check the cost of new battery units.
Item to be passed to May Finance meeting as not a budgeted item.
If further lighting is required, the item will come back to committee for further consideration.
22/15. Community Priorities.
No update. Clerk had chased Aaron at North Swindon PC for a list of contact names for the CPC provision.
22/16. Community Priorities.
22/17. Vulnerable People.
22/18 Items for next agenda.
Meeting closed 20.04
All Actions to be completed by the next Full Committee meeting unless otherwise specified
19/180 – Talk to estate manager about extension of Washpool Lease. Waiting for new lease paperwork. Chase in Dec 2021. No update received.
21/204. Item for March meeting to review plans to extend washpool lease area.
21/215 Future agenda. Play equipment discussion for Castle View Road, and applications for grant funding.
21/228. Order new bin stickers and arrange for placement as required. Stickers ordered. Need to arrange placement.
22/13. Check with SBC on queries in regards to Castle View lease. Add to May full council meeting.
22/14. Check queries ref solar lighting before passing to May Finance committee for approval.