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Bomere Heath & District Parish Council

How is Your Money Spent?

The Parish Council gets its funding  by receiving a small amount of the local Council tax.  This is referred to as The Parish Precept.  This is used to fund all the activities that your Parish Council undertakes for the benefit of the community.

Currently The Parish Precept is set at £18,708.

The Parish Council uses this money  to maintain the street lights and the community areas such as the playground and the Ball Park in Bomere Heath.  The council also give donations to charities - the breakdown of this list can be seen on the drop down menu on the tab How Is Your Money Spent?

The Parish Council receives substantial, additional funds in the form of the Community Infrastructure Levy (C.I.L) which is a payment from developers when  new houses  are built in our parish. 

If you have a project you would like the parish council to consider funding - please fill in the Application for Funding form under the Council Matters tab - or use link below:

http://www.bomereheath.co.uk/community/bomere-heath-district-parish-council-10134/application-for-funding/

Please note the parish council decides which projects and the level of funding for each application in March and October every year.

Recent Projects Your PC has Funded

October 2018: £ 937.00 New Football Nets for Bomere Heath Football Club

Bomere Heath Football asked the parish council to fund the purchase of new football nets for their club as there old posts were badly rusted.

See below - Before and After Photos...

Before

 

 

After...

New Football Goals October 2018 New Football Goals October 2018

June 2017: Donation of £500 was given towards New Fence at Bomere Heath Village Hall

In November 2016 Bomere Heath Village Hall asked the Parish Council for a contribution towards a new metal fence to replace the broken wooden fence at the front of the village hall.  The PC agreed to give £500 and the fence was replaced in June 2017.