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Skeffling Parish Council

 

 

 

 

 

 

Annual Audit 2008/2009

 

 

 

 

 

 

Item

Details

Last Year

This Year

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1

 

Balances brought forward

750

3480

 

2

 

Annual Precept

1060

1100

 

3

 

Total other receipts

13185

9221

 

4

 

Staff costs (inc expenses Cllrs.)

165

193

 

5

 

Loan interests/repayments

2000

0

 

6

 

Total other payments

9350

12267

 

7

 

Balances carried forward

3480

1341

 

8

 

Total cash and investment

3480

1341

 

9

 

Total fixed assets

45000

45000

 

10

 

Total borrowings

0

0

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bank reconciliation for year 1st April 2008 to 31st March 2009

 

 

 

 

 

 

Date

Details

In

Out

Balance

Income

 

 

 

 

 

 

Balance brought forward

 

 

3480.17

26

Apr

Precept

1100.00

 

 

3

May

ERYC - Recycling

57.10

 

 

4

Jun

ERYC - Grant (Flooding

6126.00

 

 

24

Jun

ERVAS - Grant (Village Hall)

2500.00

 

 

11

Jul

Yorkshire Water - Annual Rent

300.00

 

 

21

Aug

ERYC - Recycling

58.78

 

 

2

Dec

YEDL - Wayleave

20.91

 

 

7

Jan

ALCAN - Recycling

29.00

 

 

10

Feb

ERYC - Recycling

83.71

 

 

2

Mar

ERYC - Recycling

45.73

 

 

 

 

 

10321.23

 

10321.23

 

 

 

 

 

13801.40

Expenditure

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1

Apr

Keith Fearnley

 

200.00

 

1

May

Skeffling Village Hall (Parish Plan)

 

32.50

 

7

May

Zurich Municipal

 

434.39

 

13

May

Mrs T. Cornford

 

193.00

 

21

May

NPower

 

53.77

 

4

Jun

Wilkin Partners

 

7198.05

 

10

Jun

Mr B. Meadley

 

150.00

 

1

Jul

Cllr. J. F. Robinson

 

6.00

 

10

Jul

Smart Print (Parish Plan)

 

270.00

 

10

Jul

Proplant Services (ERVAS)

 

332.53

 

10

Jul

Patrington Building Supplies (ERVAS)

 

2111.83

 

18

Jul

R. Newsam Elec Ltd (ERVAS)

 

56.68

 

11

Aug

Cllr. J. F. Robinson

 

17.50

 

1

Oct

Audit Commission

 

158.63

 

1

Oct

Skeffling Village Hall (Parish Plan)

 

20.00

 

1

Oct

Cash (Parish Plan Prize Draw)

 

50.00

 

1

Oct

Mr G. Watts (Parish Plan)

 

38.25

 

23

Oct

Cllr. P. Payne (Parish Plan)

 

94.38

 

23

Oct

Skeffling Village Hall (Parish Plan)

 

285.00

 

23

Oct

Holderness Flood Defence Group (Donation)

 

20.00

 

2

Dec

Mrs T. Cornford (Parish Plan)

 

11.58

 

2

Dec

Cllr. P. Payne (Parish Plan)

 

38.19

 

2

Dec

Cllr. R. Newsam (Parish Plan)

 

36.68

 

10

Dec

ERYC - Rospa

 

10.00

 

14

Jan

Smart Print (Parish Plan)

 

600.00

 

28

Jan

Mrs T. Cornford (Parish Plan)

 

18.95

 

3

Feb

Cllr. P. Payne (Parish Plan)

 

7.46

 

3

Mar

Skeffling Village Hall (Parish Plan)

 

15.00

 

 

 

 

 

12460.37

12460.37

 

 

 

Cash at bank

1341.03

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Significant Variations in Accounts for Year 2008/2009

 

Item 3 - £9,221

 

This figure is lower than last year and represents two grants received.  One grant was from East Riding of Yorkshire Council in the sum of £6,126 for work to avoid future flooding as occurred in the village in 2007.  The other was for £2,500 to landscape the Village Hall grounds.  Both of these projects are now finished, and the grant money paid out.

 

Item 5 - £0

 

A loan of £2,000 from the Village Hall Committee was repaid in 2008, leaving a £0 balance.

 

Item 6 - £12,267

 

This figure is higher than last year and represents grant money received for projects in the village.  These were to:- create a Parish Plan (£1,600), alleviate future flooding (£6,126), and landscaping the Village Hall grounds (2,500).  All three projects have now been completed.  This figure also includes a VAT payment of £1,072 which is non-recoverable. The grant from East Riding of Yorkshire Council for £6,126 could not include any VAT payments for materials and this cost had to be borne by the Council.