Pillaton Parish Council Meeting Minutes - July 2010

Meeting held on 21/7/2010


Cllrs. Dolley, Hoskin, Harris, S. Floyd, Edwards, Martin and District Councillor Egglestone


Cllr. D. Floyd

Declarations of Interest


Public Forum

Roy Millward gave his ideas to the Council for preventing balls coming over the fence into his garden. The Chairman thanked Roy for his advice and said that the Council would debate the proposals.

John Wheeley offered to produce a web site for the Parish under the auspices of the Parish Council. The Council gratefully accepted the offer and agreed to meet with John to complete the process.

The Community support Police officer informed the Council that the persons responsible for the recent vandalism in the Village had been identified and would be taken to Court.


The Minutes of 16th and 30th June 2010 meetings were accepted unanimously.

Matters Arising



District Councillor Egglestone offered to assist with the repair to Mushton Lane through her member’s budget.

The Chairman reported that he had met with Mr Moore who had kindly agreed to the alteration to the hedge at Kernock junction to improve visibility. The Chairman agreed to discover the costs involved for the work at Kernock to be carried out by the Council.

The Council decided to apply for No HGV signs and ribbed warning lines to be installed.

Parish Plan

Cllr Edwards volunteered to summarize the comments arising from the Parish Plan review day.

Neighbourhood Watch

Cllr Harris agreed to obtain additional neighbourhood watch signs.

Fence at Playing Field

Cllr Martin explained that he had obtained an offer to erect a professional netting fence free of charge behind the goal at the top of the field. The Council gladly accepted the offer.


The Council supported the application for a proposed conservatory at 11A Briars Ryn.

Cluster Meetings

Cllr Hoskin gave feedback from the Cluster meetings explaining that medical facilities were now on offer at Saltash and Liskeard and urged local people to use them.


The Bank position of Current account £742 and deposit account £3,781 was noted.

The Council approved payment of audit fee of £334.88 and £10 for peat to fill in holes at the field.

Any Other Business

Cllr Edwards gave feedback from the Planning training meeting.

The request for a salt bin at the top of the Village was repeated.

Cllr Martin offered to clear grass from the base of the equipment at the field and Cllr Edwards offered to fill in holes.

Chairman Mr. Dolley
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