Bryning with Warton have an open & transparent accounting policy, which can be viewed by any interested persons with a prior appointment with the Parish Clerk.
NOTICE OF PUBLIC RIGHTS (The Local Audit and Accountability Act 2014)
Any interested person can inspect the accounting records, which includes but is not limited to local electors. You can inspect the accounting records and all books, deeds, contracts, bills, vouchers, receipts and other documents relating to those records. You can copy all, or part, of these records or documents. Your inspection must be about the accounts, or relate to an item in the accounts. You cannot, for example, inspect or copy documents unrelated to the accounts, or that include personal information (Section 26 (6) – (10) of the Act explains what is meant by personal information). You cannot inspect information which is protected by commercial confidentiality. This is information which would prejudice commercial confidentiality if it was released to the public and there is not, set against this, a very strong reason in the public interest why it should nevertheless be disclosed.
The Finance Committee is made up of Councillors and the Clerk who is the Responsible Financial Officer (RFO). Committee meetings ideally sit quarterly.
This page will contain minutes of meetings and Parish Council Accounts in accordance with current legislation
Post COVID - Finance had been 'rolled up' in to Full Council Meetings, we will be scheduling separate Finance Meeting throughout the year