Mancetter Parish Council
Next Meeting: Tuesday 23rd July 2019 Parish Council Meeting
The New School Room, St. Peter's Church, Mancetter, 7.00pm prompt
Residents of Mancetter and Ridge Lane interested in contributing toward the community speed watch and traffic calming campaign are invited to attend a public meeting on Wednesday 22nd May 7.00pm at St. Peter's Church. Read More...
Annual Parish Meeting
The Annual Parish Meeting was held on Tuesday 30th April 2019 at 7.00pm in the New School Room adjacent to St. Peter's Church.
On the 7th September 2017 the Mancetter Parish Neighbourhood Plan went to Referendum. This has now been formally adopted as a document in law that will be used by North Warwickshire Borough Council who are the Planning Authority to influence future decision making concerning the villages of Mancetter and Ridge Lane.
The Parish Council would like to thank everyone for their involvement and taking time out to vote. We will now be monitoring how the plan will shape the outlook of our Parish in the years to come.
Mancetter Neighbourhood Plan Adopted Version
SPEEDING IN MANCETTER AND RIDGE LANE
Are you worried about the volume of traffic and the speed at which vehicles travel through our villages?
More lorries; more cars; more vehicles not adhering to speed limits.
Do you feel that you are at risk when you are crossing the road, due to the speed of vehicles?
We have the opportunity to work with other agencies to set up a Community Speed Watch Team. We can then collect information to support our case for traffic calming. Do you have a few hours to spare to join this team? Leave your name and contact details with the Parish Clerk by email or a telephone message if you are not able to attend the meeting publicised above. We will be in touch when we have enough people to progress the team.
The Precept is the way that the Parish Council raises money to cover their expenses for the year and is charged through the Council Tax System.
Mancetter Parish Council has always strived to keep the Parish precept as low as possible, whilst still providing a good service. Wherever possible we aim to award contracts to residents of the Parish, whilst adhering to the protocol which must be followed by Parish Councils.
We receive many favourable comments about our cemetery and continue to maintain this to a very high standard.
At the Parish Council meeting on 22nd January, after much discussion, it was unanimously agreed to increase the total precept to £29,254. This being an overall increase of £574.00
The annual increase on Council Tax bands is in the table below, representing the Council Tax Band, the Annual Increase and the Total Parish Levy for the band:
Band A £0.80 £29.25
Band B £0.93 £34.12
Band C £1.07 £39.00
Band D £1.20 £43.87
Band E £1.47 £53.62
Band F £1.74 £63.37
Band G £2.00 £73.12
Band H £2.41 £87.75
All increases are based on the amounts for Band D properties. The percentage increase will show as 2.00%
Applications must satisfy a number of conditions to be considered for a grant. Bids should be made for projects which will be of benefit to the whole community or a specific group whose principal objectives are not those of a single individual. Applications will not be accepted where the benefit is to a single individual.
The project should be of benefit to a significant number of persons living within the Parish. Applications will be considered only from "not for profit" organisations. Applications should be for one-off projects. Applications for sums up to 50% of total project cost, to a maximum of £200 will be considered. Applications are considered at each Parish Council Meeting and should be submitted 10 working days before the meeting excluding weekends and bank holidays. Full Guidance Notes and Application Form.
Members of Atherstone Town Council, Mancetter and Witherley Parish Councils have met up to address local issues. The first matter they will tackle is the Mancetter traffic island.
The Parish Church now has its own website with information about the Church, its services, contact details and some very good photographs. Read More...