Agenda of meetings of Ducklington Parish Council.
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The Accounts and Audit Regulations 2015 require smaller authorities, each financial year, to conduct a review of the effectiveness of the system of internal control and prepare an annual governance statement in accordance with proper practices in relation to accounts. The purpose of the annual governance statement is for an authority to report publicly on… Continue Reading Annual Governance Statement
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Members of Ducklington Parish Council and membership of sub-committees and representative duties. Council Membership and Urgency Committee membership are available as RSS feeds Councillors Clerk The Clerk and staff / contractors of Ducklington Parish Council Key Contacts Key people who help the Parish Council provide services County and District Councillors Members of the County and… Continue Reading Councillors and Staff
The Parish Council works on many projects of all sizes during the course of the year. Below is a list of some of the major projects the Council is currently running. Details and status are indicative only and are intended to give parishioners a better understanding of the work of the Council. For further details… Continue Reading Current Council Projects
Disclosable Pecuniary Interests which are required to be notified to the Monitoring Officer further to the provisions of the Localism Act 2011 and The Relevant Authorities (Disclosable Pecuniary Interests) Regulations 2012. Members of Ducklington Parish Council For further information please consult the relevant legislation
All documents published by the Parish Council will appear here under their respective headings. There may be a news story associated with the document, please also check the news area of the website. If there is a document that you believe should be here please get in touch and we will do our best to… Continue Reading Document Explorer
This code of conduct is adopted pursuant to the council’s duty to promote and maintain high standards of conduct by members and co-opted members* of the council. This code applies to you as a member or co-opted member of this council when you act in that role and it is your responsibility to comply with… Continue Reading Ducklington Parish Council Code of Conduct
You can use the following online services to contact and interact with Ducklington Parish Council at any time of the day or night. Request an Allotment Contact and send documents to the editor of the village News letter Contact the Clerk Update or request a link to your organisation Submit news items for inclusion on… Continue Reading e-services
Freedom of Information Act 2000 – Model Publication Scheme Adopted by Ducklington Parish Council on 3 December 2008 [April 2008 Model Publication Scheme V1.0] This model publication scheme has been prepared and approved by the Information Commissioner. It may be adopted without modification by any public authority without further approval and will be valid until… Continue Reading Freedom of Information Act
The Parish Council meets on the first Wednesday of the month in the Lilac Room of Ducklington Village Hall. The meeting starts at 7:30pm and members of the public are welcome to observe, there is no need to let us know in advance. If you have something that you feel should be brought up at… Continue Reading Meetings
Below is a list of the land and buildings owned by Ducklington Parish Council: Allotments Situated between the A415 and the Shell petrol station is owned by Oxfordshire County Council, but Ducklington Parish Council operate the site. Open Spaces Barthlomew Close This large area of open space is owned by the Parish Council Chalcroft This… Continue Reading Parish Council Land and Buildings
Please help us to keep Ducklington safe and looking good. You can report problems with any area managed or owned by the parish council listed below. To report problems with other services in the parish you may need to use the District Council or County council sites. Some reports will not need a direct reply, and… Continue Reading Report it!
The council maintains an archive of all minutes and information posted on the website. [important]For access to minutes and documents that pre-date our online service please contact the clerk for more information.[/important] We have specific archives for minutes and village newsletters which are easier to search.
Ducklington Parish Council can provide you with email updates on new content; If you want to know what is going on in Ducklington and the immediate area then the best way to find out is to subscribe to our weekly email newsletter. The weekly email newsletter will often include items that will have come and… Continue Reading Subscribe to updates
We are very interested in the views and suggestions of the parish and we have created this suggestion box to make it easier to get in touch and tell us what you think we should or should not be doing. We will discuss all suggestions at the Parish Council meeting and we would like to… Continue Reading Suggestions