UPDATED: 27th APRIL 2021
The Annual Parish Meeting was recorded, and can be watched at
It runs for 45 minutes.
UPDATED: 26th APRIL
Snape Parish Council's Annual Parish Meeting Report 2021 is now available here,
presented by Tim Beach, Parish Chair
UPDATED: 25th APRIL
You need not "pre-book" for the Meeting on Tuesday evening,
though any formal apologies sent to the Parish Clerk would still be appreciated.
UPDATED: 22nd APRIL —
The report from Girls about Snape (GAS) has been submitted, and can be viewed here.
The Accounts for the Snape Good Neighbour Scheme can be viewed here.
Clicking on either document will also download it.
UPDATED: 21st APRIL
The Agenda published yesterday for next Tuesday's REGULAR PARISH COUNCIL MEETING has been reissued, as Version 2, to include a third Planning Application recently submitted — the download link is marked with an asterisk❋ below. Please note that this is nothing to do with the Annual Parish Meeting that takes place, before it, the same evening.
UPDATED: 20th APRIL (including AGENDA)
Three papers have been received from Brian Boulton, in his roles as Churchwarden and as Village Recorder. These comprise his Churchwarden's report (which includes a short history of the Church), "A Brief History of Snape and the hamlet of Gromford", and some notes on Snape Racecourse (which ran from the early C18th for almost 200 years). All three are also accessible via the «Organisations' Reports» webpage amongst the reports received earlier, but Brian's will remain permanently on the website. His Churchwarden's report can also be downloaded if you wish.
We have also received their report from Snape Community Speed Watch.
The last one or two years' Parish Council Minutes and (a few recent) Agendas are held via the Parish Council > «Minutes for the last year...» webpage, but for convenience you can also
download the draft MINUTES of the 23rd April 2019 Annual Parish Meeting here.
This year's AGENDA appears below, but you can also simply click on its text to download it.
The Annual Parish Meeting is followed by a regular Parish Council meeting,
to which members of the public are cordially invited.
Minutes of the last monthly meeting, held on 23rd March, can be downloaded here.
❋ (Vn2) The Agenda for THIS meeting can be downloaded here.
UPDATED: 15th APRIL
Reports have started to arrive from organisations within the village — so far from Allotments, the Church, the Good Neighbours, GreenSnape, the Police, the School and the Village Hall. The reports can be viewed at snapevillage.info/pc/org21. If you're aware of other reports yet to come in, please encourage submission (formally) to the Parish Clerk as below, and cc'ed (for speed of publication) to the Webmaster.
ORIGINALLY POSTED: 25th MARCH
We will be holding an Annual Parish meeting on the 27th April using Zoom (from 6.30 pm for 7pm start). We had to miss last year because of Covid restrictions, so there is a bit to catch up on! You can read more about plans for the meeting by clicking here.
In the meantime, reports (covering the last two years) from the various organisations in the village would be most welcome, for publication on the website ahead of the meeting.
Reports should be emailed to the Parish Clerk at email@example.com,
copied to firstname.lastname@example.org.