External Auditor Report and Certificate 2021/22
Annual Governance & Accountability Return Forms 2022
Notice of Public Rights & Publication of Unaudited AGAR 31/03/2022
External Auditor Report and Certificate 2020/21
Notice of Conclusion of Audit for the year ended 31 March 2021
Notice of Public Rights & Publication of Unaudited AGAR 31/03/2121
Annual Governance & Accountability Return 2020/21
Notice of Public Rights & Publication of Unaudited AGAR 31/03/2020
Notice of Conclusion of Audit 31 March 2019
External Auditor Report and Certificate 2018/19
Annual Governance Statement 2018/19
2019 Audit Final Public Notice 2018/19
Confirmation of the Dates of the Period for the Exercise of Public Rights
Section 1 – Annual Governance Statement 2017/18
Section 2 – Accounting Statements 2017/18
Statement of Estimated Expenditure and Income 2016/17
Notice of Conclusion of Audit Year Ended 31 March 2017
Annual Return for the year ended 31 March 2016
Income and Expenditure September 2016
Notice of Conclusion of Audit Year Ended 31 March 2016
Parish Councils are required to provide Council Tax payers with details of the spending plans for the coming Financial Year when the precepted amount reaches a certain level.
How the money will be spent.
East Leake Parish Council provides, manages and maintains a number of services in the parish:
The Parish Office, 45 Main Street
Gotham Road Recreation Ground and Children’s Playground.
Oldershaw Trust Recreation Ground, Costock Road and Play Equipment
The Rest Garden, Main Street
Gotham Road Health Centre and Main Street Car Parks.
St. Mary’s Churchyard.
The Village Green, Pinfold and War Memorial
The Glebe Gardens, Station Road
The Village Burial Ground, West Leake Road
The Public Toilets, Gotham Road
To manage these undertakings the Parish Council employs 2 part-time Administration Staff and 1.5 Amenities Staff.
In addition to the above, the Council makes grants to several village organisations, provides seats, litter bins and dog bins, funds the provision of CCTV coverage in the village centre, the Hanging Baskets Scheme and Christmas Tree Scheme.
Where the money comes from
The main sources of income for the Parish Council are:
Income from hire of Recreation Ground
Fees for burials, interments, and the erection of memorials.
Interest on invested Reserves
Grant assistance from Rushcliffe Borough Council
Precept on Council Tax as set by Parish Council