Welcome to the new Steeple Claydon Parish Council website.
The Hall is now CLOSED with immediate effect (21/03/2020)
The Library is now re-open - with CV procedures in place.
The Children's Corner Play Park is now re-open - with CV procedures in place.
The equipment will not be cleaned daily - the council does not have the resources to do this. However hand gel is provided at both entrances to the Play Park and their is guideline signage in place.
Relevant COVID - 19 updates from the Government will be put onto the News pages of this website.
You can also join the Steeple Claydon Support Network on Facebook if you can volunteer or require CV self isolation support.
Flyers have been posted through letterboxes with a volunteer neighbour's details if needed, more details in May edition of The Claydon's magazine.
The Public Skate Park Consultation has resulted in Option 1 being chosen - work is scheduled to start mid September for 10/12 weeks.
Cllr Mahon would like to draw your attention as having had a recent discussion with AVDC - please note there is help available for Council Tax payments and should you have any queries with regards to paying your Council Tax payment - that you do it on-line www.aylesburyvaledc.gov.uk/section/council-tax or telephone Council Tax enquiries direct on 01296 585858 and ask for revenue and benefits council tax.
We hope you find the site easy to navigate, up to date and interesting. If you spot anything you think needs improvement or updating please email Hannah, our Parish Clerk. Her email address is email@example.com
If you'd like to talk to her please call 01296 534 698 (office hours only please Monday-Thursday) or call into the Clerk Clinic in the Library on Saturday mornings (Currently Cancelled) There is a post box attached to the Library (48) where you can leave any paperwork for the Clerk. The Clerk does not work on Friday or Sunday.
The Parish Council meets at 19.30 on the first Tuesday of each month except August. Members of the public are welcome to come along to see what the council is doing. There is a public participation session at the start of the meeting when the public are able to comment or ask the council questions about their activities. The Agenda is published on the website on the Thursday before the meeting.
The next Parish Council Meeting will be held on the Tuesday 01 September 2020 at 19.30 - We held our first 'virtual' monthly meeting in May. We'll use the video conferencing application Zoom. Login details will be published nearer the time
Topic: SCPC June monthly council meeting
Time: 01 September 2020 07:15 PM London
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There will be a public participation section of the meeting and the Chair will be inviting members of the public to ask questions or make comments.
The meeting will start at 7:30 (hopefully prompt) and you can join from 7:15. When you join the meeting you will be held in the 'waiting room' until admitted by the meeting administrator, and your video will be set to 'off' and your microphone will be muted. When and if you're ready to be seen please switch your camera on using the on screen button and if you want to speak please unmute your microphone.
The agreed minutes of the Parish Council meetings are displayed in the document repository under Minutes.
The Parish Council Meeting Agenda's are kept in 'Our Files' under Agenda's 2020
We are keen to make sure that the Parish Council understands the needs of the village, and spends your money wisely, prudently and in line with the village's needs.
Please let us know if you think there is anything you think we should be doing in addition to the range of activities we're already involved with.
Steeple Claydon Parish Council are proud to announce that the AED (Defibulator) at The Village Hall is now in commission and ready for use. The instructions are on the cabinet on the lit post outside of the Village Hall. We do hope that it will not have to be used but ask that if in the event that you do use it, please inform the Parish Council as soon as possible.
The AED will be checked on a regular basis both by ourselves and The Ambulance service.
If you can't find what you're looking for on the website it might be to do with your computer 'cache'. Click on ‘How to use this website’ for instructions how to get round this problem.