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Accounts and Finance

CIL Funding

February 2018

£2435.21 - in respect of 17/01192/FUL - Writhlington Methodist Church

March 2018

£677.16 - in respect of 43 Stoneable Road

£213.84 - in respect of 43 Stoneable Road

April 2018

£1058.58 - in respect of 16/06201/FUL Writhlington Methodist Church

August 2018

£1589.10 - in respect of RJ King & Sons, Mill Road

February 2019

£3198.10 - in respect of 17/05265/FUL Acl House, Coombened and 15/03230/FUL 43 Stoneable Road

 

Grants 2018 - 19

Radstock Council Grant Giving now open

Radstock Town Council is pleased to launch its annual Community Grant Fund. Grants of up to £1,000 are available to support charitable or voluntary organisations operating within the Radstock Town Council area.
Priority will be given to those who benefit people who are disadvantaged or isolated, possibly due to poverty, disability, age, location or culture. Priority will be given to groups that increase the capacity of local communities and improve the quality of life of people that live or work in Radstock.
Applicants are asked to demonstrate how the local community has been involved in their project, show how it meets local need and evidence that it has local support.
Mayor Councillor Rupert Bevan, said “These grants help us to meet one of the aims of our strategy, which is to be a pro-active supporter of the community and community led services. The council recognises the value of supporting those who contribute to the community.”
The closing date is Thursday 28th February 2019 and applications received after this date cannot be considered.
In previous years the council has made grants to a variety of organisations and groups. To apply for a form, find out whether you are eligible or to ask any questions see the details on the council website at: www.radstock-tc.gov.uk
For further information on Radstock Town Councils Grant Giving
contact: - Radstock Town Council telephone: 01761 437962
E mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

Grants Overview 2018 - 19

Grant Application Form

Audit

The Town Council is regularly audited by both a Council appointed auditor and an external auditor, appointed by the Audit Commission. The Annual Return and audit reports can be found here.

Paper copies can be purchased on request

Notice of Date of Commencement of Period for the exercise of public rights

Accounts for the year ended 31 March 2017

Financial regulations

The Council has to comply with the law in administering its finances. The ‘rules’ which are officially called Financial Regulations are available to download. They are subject to regular review.

Finance Regulations - Adopted 18 January 2016

Precept

Each year the Town Council calculates the money it needs to provide its services. Then it deducts the income it expects to receive from fees and charges such as rents and grants.  This leaves the required amount to spend on services and any capital projects which are planned for the year ahead.

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