Finance

* the actual cost incurred by the parish Council
 Type of Charge
 Description Basis of Charge
 Disbursement cost
Photocopying @ 10p per sheet (black & white)
 Actual Cost*
  Photocopying @ 15p per sheet (colour)  Actual Cost
  Postage Actual cost of royal Mail standard 2nd class.
 Statutory Fee
  In accordance with the:
Local Government act of 1972
Local Government act of 2003
   
Grants are considered twice a year and must be applied for by the end of February and 1st August. Apply for a grant Frampton Cotterell Parish Council receives an annual community benefit following the granting of the Solar Farm at Grange Farm, Trench Lane.  The benefits were negotiated from the day of commissioning until de-commissioning and last for a period of 25 Years.
The Parish Council receives approximately £14,000 per annum to spend on items which will benefit the community of Frampton Cotterell Parishioners.

In 2015/16 the Parish Council provided a 2nd  defibrillator, currently located at the Park, School Road.



Annaul Donations Summary








2016/17
2017/18 2018/19



Applicants Month £ £




Frampton Festival July 0            500
400




Jessy May June 0 250




Great Western Ambulance June 0 250




St. Peter's Hospice June 200 200




BRPFMC July 1200           2000




Royal British Legion Nov 50 50




Green Community Travel Ltd

                          250





Night Bus Sept 700 SERVICE CANCELLED
    West of Eng. MS Therapy
Jubilee Allotment Holders Assoc.
Four Town & Vale link Comm. travel 
Above and Beyond
Yate & District Heritage Centre Trust  

Wilmotts Way   
   
    50
200

100
184

25
200
 
         
Other 







Section 142(2A) LGA 1972 Citizens Advice Bureau June 300 325 325

Other







Section 2 Parish
St. Peter's Church June 50 50 50

Councils Act 1957
























Donations made under Section 137 of the Local Government Act 1972




being, in the Council's opinion, in the interests of the area or its inhabitants, or part of it, or some of them












Donations made under Section 142(2A) of the Local Government Act 1972




The CAB receives a substantial donation because it is supported by SGC and the Parish/Town Councils and could not operate

without Parish/Town Council support (In previous years they have been awarded £300)













Donation  to St. Peter's Church Clock is made under Section 2 of the Parish Councils Act 1957 - Power to provide and maintain Public Clocks









Expenditure Limit for 2017/18, 2018/19 £7.57 - Section 137 (4) (a) LGA 1972





Council Budget  2017/18 2018/19






Sec. 137 Donations 3,300 2200






Other Donations 500 500






Night Bus 1000