Bernard Hall Cuddington
By Haddenham Webteam - 15th May 2018 10:00am
Were you keen to attend the Parish Council's Annual Parish Meeting on Friday evening, 11th May, but unable to do so?
The main reports from each of the Parish Council's areas of responsibility are available for public scrutiny — and they help to illustrate the considerable time and effort that parish councillors devote, purely as volunteers, in serving the community of Haddenham.
The PDF on this page is a scanned document, so requires a little gymnastics on the reader's part (!) to be able to take in the financial information that's presented in landscape mode, but most of the reports are easily read off the screen in portrait format.
Here is a contents guide:
- Finance & General Purposes Committee (p.3)
- Banks Park Trust (p.5)
- Haddenham Educational Charity (p.5)
- Planning Committee (p.7)
- Environment (p.9)
- Townsend Community Orchard (p.10)
- Allotment Committee (p.11)
- Communications Committee (p.12)
- Haddenham Safe Walking & Cycling Group (p.13)
- Snakemoor Nature Reserve (p.15)
- Parish Council Income and Expenditure (p.17)
- Banks Park Trust Financial Summary (p.25)
- Haddenham Parochial Charities Financial Summary (p.26)
- History of the Thame-to-Haddenham Cycleway (p.27)
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