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In accordance with the Local Audit and Accountability Act 2014, Bewerley Parish Council has today published its Annual Governance and Accountability Return for the financial year 2020/21. By law, all Parish Councils must publish this return, along with various supporting documents, and notify local electors and interested persons of their rights to inspect the accounts and supporting documents. These rights run for a period of 30 working days, starting this year on Wednesday 30th June and ending on Tuesday 10th August 2021. The relevant documents can be found at the link below, which is in the Finance section of this website. The statutory notice included on the page explains how you can exercise your rights of inspection, should you wish to do so.
Posted: Tue, 29 Jun 2021 12:30 by Malcolm Dawson
At its meeting held on 21st June 2021, Bewerley Parish Council received a report from Dr John Shillcock about the incident at Gouthwaite Reservoir which polluted the River Nidd on 4th June 2021. A summary of Dr Shillcock's very helpful report can be found in the attached document.
Posted: Mon, 28 Jun 2021 18:25 by Malcolm Dawson
The trustees of the Memorial Hall, Pateley Bridge have been working closely with local pharmacist, Samina Khan and Dr Lewis Caplin to get NHS approval to use the Memorial Hall in Park Road, Pateley Bridge as a vaccination centre. Following a virtual inspection last week, approval has been given to open the Hall in early April for the administration of the Oxford AstraZeneca Covid-19 vaccination. Actual opening days will depend on vaccine supplies. In the meantime, essential IT and refrigeration equipment will be installed in the coming week. Chairman of the Hall's trustees, Chris Henderson said that they were delighted that the Hall would be put to good use while it was closed for its usual activities. He added that, thanks to generous Government support, the Hall is financially secure and essential maintenance and safety inspections had been carried out, as well as protective heating, throughout the winter which will enable the Hall to open safely when allowed to do so.
Posted: Wed, 24 Mar 2021 13:10 by Tracey Dawson