Potto Parish Council meetings take place in Potto Village Hall at 7:00pm on the 3rd Wednesday of each month.
The meeting is open to the public for 15 minutes at the start of the meeting.
To contact the Parish Council - please use the email address firstname.lastname@example.org
|Potto Parish Council - List of Councillors|
|Councillor Mr. A. Wilde||01642 700077||Chairman|
|Councillor Mrs. E. Griffin||01642 700462||Parish Councillor|
|Councillor Mr. J. Greco||Parish Councillor|
|Councillor Mr. S. Agar||Parish Councillor|
|Councillor Mr. I. Macpherson||Parish Councillor|
|Mrs J. Storeyemail@example.com||Clerk and Financial Officer|
|Minutes and Agenda of Potto Parish Council Meetings 2019 *|
* There is a delay of at least a month before minutes are published here, since they first have to be approved at the following council meeting. The minutes are published as PDF documents
|Minutes and Agenda of Potto Parish Council Annual Assembly|
|Potto Parish Council Archive (Minutes and Agenda from previous years)|
|Potto Parish Council - Annual Returns|
|Name of Document||2015/16||2016/17||2017/18||2018/19|
|Notice of Public Rights||Download||Download||Download||Download|
|Section 1 - Annual Governance Statement||Download||Download||Download||Download|
|Section 2 - Accounting Statement||Download||Download||Download||Download|
|Annual Internal Audit Report||Download||Download||Download||Download|
|Section 3 - External Audit Report||Download||Download||Download|
|Bank Reconciliation Report||Download||Download||Download||Download|
|Internal Audit Statement||Download||Download||Download|
|Internal Audit Notes||Download||Download|
|Expenditure above £100||Download||Download||Download||Download|
|Potto Parish Council - Other useful documents|
|Name of Document||Download Link|
|Potto Parish Council - Complaints Procedure||Download|
|Potto Parish Council - Risk Management Strategy 2017||Download|
|Planning Awareness Help||Download|
|Clearing Snow and Ice||Download|
|Listed Buildings in Potto||Go to Link|
|Advice on Bonfires||Download|
|Metropolitan Police Booket - How to Avoid Scams||Download|
|Potto Parish Plan 2018|
Following the very well attended Potto Parish Council Open Meeting on 15th March, 2017, about the need to update the Potto Parish Plan, a group of Potto resident volunteers was formed. The 2017 Potto Parish Plan Steering Group (PPPSG) is in the process of reviewing the current Potto Parish 10 Year Plan, 2008 – 2017. (This document can be viewed on the Potto Parish website.)
Over the coming months, the PPPSG will formulate a parish wide questionnaire, the results of which will be used to develop an Action Plan, to inform and guide the parish and district councils and other community groups’ activities on behalf of parishioners over the next 10 years. An informative open day will be held around the time of the questionnaire launch, where you will have the chance to discuss various topics, for example; footpaths and roads, planning, environment and the village hall.
The PPPSG currently has 5 members, plus parish council representation. If you are interested in joining the group, please feel free to contact us directly or via the Potto Parish Council. We are very keen to involve all age groups; older children, teenagers and young adults are all welcome to join the steering group.
||Name of Document||Download Link|
|Potto Parish Plan Steering Group Minutes (Initial Meeting) - published July 2017||Download|
|Potto Parish Plan Steering Group Minutes - 8th August 2017||Download|
|Potto Parish Plan Steering Group Minutes - 5th September 2017||Download|
|Potto Parish Plan Steering Group Minutes - 10th October 2017||Download|
|Potto Parish Plan Steering Group Minutes - 31st October 2017||Download|
|Potto Parish Plan Steering Group Minutes - 21st November 2017||Download|
|Potto Parish Plan Steering Group Minutes - 16th January 2018||Download|
|Potto Parish Plan Steering Group Minutes - 13th March 2018||Download|
|Potto Parish Plan Steering Group Minutes - 15th May 2018||Download|
|Potto Parish Plan Steering Group Minutes - 14th June 2018||Download|
|Potto Parish Plan Steering Group Minutes - 30th October 2018||Download|
|Potto Parish Plan Steering Group Minutes - 28th November 2018||Download|
|Potto Parish Plan Steering Group Minutes - 9th January 2019||Download|
|Potto Parish Plan Steering Group Minutes - 6th February 2019||Download|
|Potto Parish Plan Steering Group Minutes - 25th April 2019||Download|
|Potto Parish Plan 2018||Download|
|Potto Parish Plan 2018 Summary of Responses||Download|
|Potto Parish Council - Newsletters Archive||
|Potto Parish Plan 2007|
|Name of Document||Download Link|
|Potto Parish Plan Steering Group Minutes - published 2008||Download|
|Potto Parish Plan Questionnaire - published 2006||Download|
|Potto Parish Plan Questionnaire Results - published 2007||Download|
|Potto Parish Plan 2008-2017 - published 2008||Download|
|Potto Parish Plan Mid-Term Results - published 2013||Download|
District Councillor, County Councillor, M.P. and M.E.P.
Councillor David Hugill (Conservative) is the Hambleton District Council representative for the Parish.
Councillor Tim Swales (Conservative) is the North Yorkshire County Council representative for the Parish.
Rishi Sunak, (Conservative) is the MP for the Parish. (constituency: Richmond, N Yorkshire)
Timothy Kirkhope (Conservative) is one of the six MEPs for the Yorkshire and the Humber region
|Hambleton District Council|
Click on the link below to go to the Hambleton District Council website for information on Recycling, Planning Applications, Streetlight Faults, Bin Collection Days etc.
|North Yorkshire Community Messaging|
North Yorkshire Community Messaging is a free community messaging system for North Yorkshire that allows you to register to receive the latest crime notifications
and community news happening in your local neighbourhood.
|Planning Applications Awareness|
We are aware that people have sometimes felt that they only became aware of nearby planning applications when it was too late for them to comment or to have their say. To make awareness much easier, more reliable and straightforward HDC have recently developed a system whereby anyone can Register to automatically receive notification, by email, of all planning applications in their chosen area (probably Potto parish).
We have put a Help Guide together, which goes through this two stage Registration process in clear step by step stages.
You only need to complete this process once to be notified of all planning applications in your chosen area for ever more.
Please contact any parish councillor for further help as necessary.
|Personal Attack Alarms|
Hambleton District Council are offering Personal Safety Alarms for sale, aimed at young adults, lone workers, walkers and cyclists. They are to deter and startle any would be attackers.
Defender Slim line alarm, is supplied and fitted with batteries, has a unique ripcord activation and key ring function, also has an independent torch facility and 5 year warranty. Cost £2.00 from Hambleton Council Offices. You must show a utility bill or proof of identity when buying. This is to stop multiple buyers and E-bay/car boot sellers etc.
The Defender wrist alarm, it is supplied and fitted with batteries, fits large and small wrists and has a 2 year warranty.
Costs £3.00 from Hambleton Council Offices.
|How to avoid Scams|
Download this booklet (produced by the Metropolitan Police) that is packed with information on how to stay safe and avoid scams.
A pedlar's certificate is a certificate that allows a person to trade (often selling trinkets, household goods and other hand made objects) whilst on foot. Pedlars must hold a certificate under the Pedlar's Act 1871 granted by the police in the district in which they have resided for one month prior to their application. A pedlar's certificate authorises the holder to act as a pedlar within any part of the United Kingdom and remains in force for one year from the date of issue. It can only be granted to persons over the age of 17 years.
The appearance of the certificates differs from force to force, but a pedlar's certificate issued by North Yorkshire Police will look like this:
Pedlars are required to show their certificates to certain people on demand, including anyone to whom the pedlar offers goods for sale. Contact the issuing police force if you are not sure whether a certificate is genuine. Please note that having a pedlar's certificate is in no way an indication that the goods for sale are of merchantable quality.
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