Services Calendar

Two services are held each month:

  • 1st Sunday – Morning Service at 10:00am.
    This is a short informal service with coffee being served afterwards.
  • 3rd Sunday – Holy Communion at 11:00am

For further details of services, study groups and other events please visit the St Peter’s website
A warm welcome awaits anyone who would like to join the congregation at either of these services.

Timeline

Babraham was called Badburgham in Anglo Saxon times. Although Anglo-Saxon society was patriarchal this village was named after a woman – she must have been quite a forceful character. The manor belonged to Algar, Earl of Mercia. Worsted, or Wool Street, is to the north of the parish and to the east is the Icknield Way so the village was well placed to prosper from the wool trade.

The population of Babraham was about 200 at the time of Domesday (1086), was reduced to about 100 by the Black Death in 1348-1349, and was about 300 by the census of 1971.

1556
Babraham had its own martyr. On April 16, Maundy Thursday, John Hullier was burned at the stake on Jesus Green for refusing to renounce the Protestant faith. He had served the parish of Babraham for about six years, becoming vicar in 1549.

1576

Robert Taylor, a teller of the Exchequer, bought the estate and manor of Bruisyards at Babraham, completing a great mansion, Babraham Place, around 1580. He lost his fortune in 1588, following embezzlement by one of his servants.

1589

Sir Horatio Palavicino acquired the estate. He was a shrewd Genoese who collected the pope’s taxes in England during the reign of Mary, converted them to his own use and became protestant on the accession of Elizabeth 1. He became a favourite of the queen, one of her negotiators in Germany and was crucial in financing her navy. But they fell out, he was banished from court and died in Babraham in 1600. His widow went on to marry to Sir Oliver Cromwell, uncle of the Protector. His son, Henry, inherited the estate but died without issue in 1615 at which time it passed to his younger brother Tobias.

1632

Two brothers, Richard and Thomas Bennet, married to two sisters, bought the manor and estate of Babraham (with their mother-in-law’s help) from Tobias Palvacino, son of Sir Horatio Palavicino. He had squandered everything he inherited.

1651

Parliament took over Babraham estate, possibly because of Thomas Bennet’s support for the King during the Civil War. But in 1660 Thomas Bennet’s loyalty to the crown was rewarded by Charles II – he became Sir Thomas and the estate was returned to him.

1730

A school and almshouses were built following the death of Judith Bennet, grandaughter of Sir Thomas Bennet, in 1724.

1765

The estate remained in the hands of the Bennet family until it was sold to William Mitchell who proceeded to demolish Babraham Place in1767. Some of the materials from the mansioin were used to repair the sluice at Chesterton. So much for conservation.

1770

Robert Jones, a Director of the East India Company, bought the estate and built a ‘neat small seat’ on the empty site. Anne, his only child, married Colonel James Whorwood Adeane, who died in 1823.

1832

The ‘neat small seat’ was demolished to make way for Babraham Hall rebuilt in Jacobean style between 1833 and 1837 by Henry John Adeane. It was considerably enlarged and remodelled in 1864.

1948

Babraham Hall and 400 acres sold to the Agricultural Research Council.

1959

Babraham Primary School opened.

With grateful thanks and acknowledgement to Babraham Chronicle compiled by Mary Symonds.

Parish Council Meeting – 8th October 2020 – Agenda

To members of the Council

You are hereby summoned to attend the meeting of Babraham Parish Council to be held remotely on Thursday 8 October 2020 at 19:30 for the purpose of considering and resolving the business as set out below.

Please could Councillors ensure they read the agenda notes and supporting documents circulated via email prior to the meeting.

Members of the public and press are invited to address the Council at this meeting during the Public Participation Time.

Members: 5        Quorum: 3

The meeting will be conducted remotely using Zoom

Part I: Non-Confidential Information

2010/01               To receive and approve apologies for absence

2010/02               To receive members’ declaration of interest for items on this agenda

2010/03               To sign and approve minutes of meeting dated 10 September 2020

2010/04                Exclusion of the public

To determine which items, if any, from Part 1 of the Agenda should be taken with the public excluded.

2010/05                Public participation time: 15 minutes are allocated

2010/06                Report from South Cambridgeshire District Councillor P McDonald

2010/07                Report from Cambridgeshire County Councillor K Cuffley and R Hickford

2010/08                Report from Babraham Research Campus (BRC) representative

2010/09                Clerk’s report

2010/10                Coronavirus

To note or review communications from local and national authorities, views and actions from Parishioners and other publics. To resolve on actions for Parish Council.

To note that Cllrs have all confirmed all personal data relating to shielding has been destroyed.

2010/11                Zero Carbon opportunities

To review proposals on Parish initiative, consider costs and resolve on any actions.

2010/12                Cambridge Great Park

To consider proposals for a Cambridge Great Park and resolve on any actions. Initial proposals reviewed at 2003/25.

2010/13                Local Plan and local developments

To note documentation on call for sites and particular attention to two included sites in the Parish for 5000 dwellings submitted by Bidwell’s on behalf of Cheveley Park Farms. Cllrs to review and to resolve on any actions.

2010/14                Greater Cambridge Partnership (GCP): A1307

To consider recent works on A1307, Schemes 6 (Babraham Research Campus crossing etc, realignment of bus stop, etc and carriageway resurface) and 7 (Babraham High Street junction, bus lanes, safety improvements, including traffic island), and to resolve on any actions.

2010/15                Greater Cambridge Partnership (GCP): Transport and Parking Proposals

To consider presentations to Council, communications and proposals on routing of novel transport solutions and location and servicing of P&R and to resolve on any actions.

2010/16                Traffic calming

To note report on costings for privately delivered speed control systems. To consider Council’s actions to provide traffic calming and to agree expenditure.

2010/17               Independent transport report

To consider action by Stapleford and Great Shelford Parishes on a review of transport and resolve on actions for Parish Council.

2010/18                Traffic and transport

To review traffic and transport issues affecting the Parish and resolve on any actions.

2010/19                 Street Lighting

To review correspondence and resolve on actions on street lighting.

2010/20                Budget

To review documentation in preparation for 2021 Budget.

2010/21                Clerk appraisal and salary

To note response from Yorkshire Tax Bureau on back pay from salary increase on 1 April.

2010/22                Review Policies

To review and approve, if agreed, Parish Council Policies.

2010/23                Defibrillator

To review activities and resolve on actions on to ensure correct operation of defibrillator.

2010/24                Review of audit and payroll providers

To consider undertaking review of audit and payroll providers.

2010/25                Neighbourhood Plan

Cllrs to consider report from Cllr Attwood and to resolve on any actions.

2010/26                Communications

Cllrs to consider communications with Parishioners, such as road closures and the Call for Site, areas for improvement and to resolve on actions.

FINANCE

2010/27                Receipts (as of 30 September2020)

Parish precept from SCDC, Sept 2020-Mar 2021: £ 6,127.50.

HMRC refund of VAT paid (Oct 19 to Mar 20): £1,216.78.

2010/28                Payments (as of 30 September2020)

Don Powell                                            Salary Sept, incl. backpay            £373.48
Don Powell                                            Keyboard                                       £29.99
Don Powell                                            Travel September                            £8.46
Don Powell                                          Costs                                          £411.93
HMRC                                                    Tax                                                £93.40
Ionos: 3 DD (3 Sep)                               Mail and web services                   £30.00
Haven Power: 3 DD (15 Sep)                 All periods                                     £40.73
Cambs ACRE                                         Membership                                  £57.00
Total (as of 30 Sep)                                                                                 £633.06

A full list of payments will be circulated and reviewed at the meeting.

2010/29                        Purchases

Clerk request permission to purchase 1 TB back-up drive at cost of less than £75, such as WD My Passport 1 TB, currently £47.99 from Amazon.. Clerk to request permission to purchase 2 x 500 sheets A4 paper at a cost under !12.

2010/30                Balances and Bank Reconciliation at 30 September2020

Balances held

Unity Current A/C balance                    £18,155.26

Unity Savings A/C balance                     £61,242.84

Total                                                       £79,398.10

2010/31                Unity Bank

To note Clerk report on Bank signatories.

PLANNING

2010/32           Planning Applications (as of 30 September2020)

None was received as of this date.

2010/33           Planning decisions (as of 30 September2020)

20/01932/HFUL: Yorke House High Street Babraham CB22 3AG; Two storey side extension and other works; Nick Silk. Approved.

2010/34          Planning Department performance

To note email letters from Stephen Kelly and to consider response to Greater Cambridge Planning on lack of consultation with Council and Parishioner on development in the Parish.

2010/35          Correspondence

Cllrs to note:

  • Microasphalt programme
  • Coronavirus activities and support services
  • Parish Council and Community Group (SCDC)
  • SCDC newsletters and Parish bulletins
  • Cambridgeshire County Council newsletters
  • Planning Department bulletin

2010/36          Items to report and inclusion in the next meeting

Date of next meeting: Thursday 12th November 2020 at 7:30pm

2010/37           Part II: Confidential Information

Exclusion of the Press and the Public:  To resolve that in accordance with Section 1(2) of the Public Bodies (Admission to Meetings) Act 1960 and by reason of the confidential nature of the remainder of the business, the Press and the Public be excluded from the meeting.

Signature: Don Powell 30 September 2020

Don Powell, 68 Woodland Road, Sawston, CB22 3DU

Parish Council Meeting – 10th September 2020 – Minutes

Babraham Parish Council: Minutes

Minutes of the Meeting held online through Zoom

Topic: Babraham Parish Council Meeting 10 September 2020

Time: Sep 10, 2020 07:30 PM London

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82228130609?pwd=L3VRYkxPaTFSN3dQdkNUekNuVC9XUT09

The meeting started at 19:30

Present remotely
Chair: Stuart Laurie
Councillors: Robert Attwood, Jane Goody, Charlotte Rogers, Gareth Walker
Cllr Kevin Cuffley, Cllr Peter McDonald (left at 20:56);
Jane Osayimwen, Peter Stanhope Andrew Munro, Paul Hinsley from GCP and partners
A member of the public

2009/01                To receive and approve apologies for absence

Mr Chapman sent his apologies.

2009/02                To receive members’ declaration of interest for items on this agenda

None was made.

2009/03                To sign and approve minutes of meeting dated 13 August 2020

The Minutes of 13 August 2020 were reviewed by Cllrs and approved unanimously.         

2009/04                Exclusion of the public

None was required.       

2009/05                Public participation time – 15 minutes allowed

Cllrs agreed to accept Public participation under 2009/14, Zero Carbon opportunities.    

2009/06                Report from South Cambridgeshire District Councillor P McDonald

Cllr McDonald highlighted the UK Government Planning White Paper. Cllr Laurie asked if this will nullify the Local Plan: Cllr McDonald replied not, but the Inspector retains power to designate. Cllr Attwood asked if Neighbourhood Plans (NP) were weakened: Cllr McDonald relied not but, if part of Babraham were not designated in the NP for growth or renewal and the Inspector declared, then development could proceed in consultation with local authorities.

Cllr Cuffley supported Cllr McDonald, saying an East Cambridgeshire village won an appeal to have a development stopped: NP should have significant power, but the Secretary of State retains decision. There might be a change to S.106 spending control, whether central government or as now at local level.

Cllr McDonald mentioned Phase 1 of the Planning Service review, Planning Committee and delegation process with a representative from each Parish; much of Phase 2 is city.

Cllr McDonald mentioned publication of Call for Sites: last time, 35 were developed from about 450 submitted: around 500 submitted this time. Cllrs will review at next meeting.            

2009/07                Report from Cambridgeshire County Councillor K Cuffley and R Hickford

Cllr Cuffley noted the £5M Communities Capital Fund (now closed): Gt Shelford received £109K for a skate project. Babraham will want to be aware for any further rounds. Cllr Cuffley noted the County Council supports a scheme where households can buy and install solar panels as part of a joint scheme: more details are at www.solartogether.co.uk/cambridgeshire. Council is promoting fostering as vetting has become more extensive: more information at www.cambridgeshire.gov.uk/fostering. Cllr Cuffley also noted a letter informing Council that the H&H tannery in Sawston is to close with permission for residential development likely to be sought for the site.                       

2009/08                Report from Babraham Research Campus (BRC) representative

None was received.       

2009/09                Clerk’s Report

Clerk reported any matters would be discussed under Agenda items.      

2009/10                Coronavirus

Cllr Laurie reported no reports of incidents; full support team remains ready to act. Cllrs had received updates from SCDC and CCC.  

2009/11                Traffic calming

Clerk is to obtain costs from works from CCC: Council had paid for a report on measures.               

2009/12                Budget for 2021-22

Clerk had circulated the previous, approved budget: Cllrs agreed to consider 21-22 Budget at the October meeting.

2009/13                Independent transport report

Cllrs Attwood and Goody will contact neighbouring councils to discuss transport report around GCP proposals. Council to review at the October meeting.

2009/14           Zero Carbon opportunities

Cllr Laurie is to speak to Mr Chapman about opportunities. The member of the public in attendance reported on actions since August Parish Council meeting. One option that would be eligible for the Zero Carbon Communities Grant was tree planting and nature-based and suggested a forest garden.

Partners and stakeholders: The member of the public met with Mr Chapman and discussed alignment with Campus aims and biodiversity. They noted that land is leased to BBT and Babraham Institute from BBSRC. They discussed use of the paddock next to the Pocket Park and the strip of land alongside Church Lane. Perhaps Council could lease these lands as for the Pocket Park.

The member of the public had also met a member of the Parochial Church Council, who offered use of the Churchyard as part of a forest garden. Babraham CofE School Headteacher and Governor also responded positively and a letter of support will be requested from the Head Teacher and governors.

Process and actions: Council could consider a submission to the Zero Carbon Communities Grant (deadline 30 September). It is unclear if trees can be obtained at reduced or zero cost: The member of the public agreed to research the possibilities with the Woodland Trust. Council and partners will need to define providers of groundworks and maintenance and explore volunteer schemes. Cllr Attwood asked if Council and residents could do the work if funding was not found. The member of the public was confident the village approach would attract funding (for example, the Cambridge Canopy Project (CCP) had informed the member of the public about an EU Heritage Grant opening in September.  BPC would probably be eligible to apply for forest garden funds jointly with CCP and another nature conservation agency).

Cllr Laurie asked whether Babraham Institute would retain the lease and what were the insurance implications. Cllr Laurie said the Council could consider proposals for funding and suggested a draft was submitted. Cllr McDonald suggested a submission to the Zero Carbon Communities Fund from SCDC: he is a member of the grants committee. At least three parishes received support for tree planting.

Cllr Rogers asked if the Council must contribute a percentage; Cllr McDonald said not, but lower SCDC contribution might be favourable. Cllr Laurie congratulated the member of the public on the work so far and asked for a budget to be forwarded.  

2009/15                Greater Cambridge Partnership (GCP)

Council were joined by representatives of Mott MacDonald and GCP.

Paul Hinsley updated Council on works including Dale End, Linton (Dec 19), Scheme 12, Linton High St (Mar 20) and the current, Schemes 6 (Babraham Research Campus crossing etc, realignment of bus stop, etc and carriageway resurface) and 7 (Babraham High Street junction, bus lanes, safety improvements, including traffic island). He reported all are expected to be finished in the next 7-10 days and thanked all involved for their support. Mr Hinsley mentioned the extension to the existing Babraham Road P&R. The next 4-6 weeks will be works on Scheme 1, the Granham’s Road junction.

Cllr Laurie asked of there will be lighting for the very dark crossing at the High Street Babraham: Mr Munro said GCP had considered this, but it would have to be lit all the way to the A11 for good driver behaviour. Cllr Laurie reiterated it was pitch black through much of the winter days and asked if solar light would be feasible. Mr Hinsley said he would discuss with team and report to Council.

Cllr Rogers asked if the carriageway would be one lane northwards from the A11 roundabout: Mr Munro replied it will remain one lane. Cllr Rogers also asked about controls that seemed lacking over vehicles turning left (northwards) from Babraham High Street and then making a U-turn at the end of the short central reservation: this behaviour had been already observed. Mr Munro reported the stage 3 safety audit would examine this and he will report to Council.

Cllr Attwood asked about the need for the additional 150 spaces at Babraham Road P&R, of the Babraham P&R is to go ahead.: Mr Munro replied that the existing site runs at or near capacity with increased populations on the Biomedical Campus; the new P&R will not be finished before 2025 and parking is needed now.

Jane Osayimwen talked about preferred route for the public transport/CAM. The presentation included changes made since the GCP Executive Board approved the recommendations in July 2020 that mean the route now follows Sawston Road, Babraham more closely.

Ms Osayimwen explained that the flood plain is as narrow as possible for the Granta in Shelford. In response to questions about community engagement in and notification of the decisions and process, Council were informed that, as well as Local Liaison work, the team leafleted every property in the Parish on the A1307, used radio notices and held meetings in Sawston and Stapleford. In response to questions on following the existing and previous railway routes more closely, Mr Munro explained the former rail route has developed into a valuable wildlife corridor, and at Babraham it is a County Wildlife Site.

Cllr Cuffley noted that the process raised issues that were note well communicated and asked about subscribing to updates: Mr Munro explained subscription was possible.

Mr Munro said buses would pass about once every five minutes: it was noted the new route would pass over existing footpaths that are frequently used by Sawston and Babraham residents.

Mr Munro reported the current budget was £132M including allowances for inflation, risk and optimism bias.

Ms Osayimwen presented the timeline of review and consultation

2009/16           Traffic and transport

No other items were discussed.

2009/17           Local Plan and local developments

Cllrs noted the release of the collected data from Call for Sites by SCDC due w/c 14 September. Cllrs to discuss at October meeting.

2009/18           Street Lighting

Clerk reported that a resident had trimmed the yew tree around a street light: Cllrs felt the light given was not sufficient and asked the Clerk to contact the resident to do more work.

2009/19           Defibrillator

Cllr Roger has arranged to meet a skilled resident to review record needs and management.

2009/20           Clerk appraisal and salary

Cllrs noted and approved the appraisal conducted by Cllrs Walker and Laurie. Cllrs noted the salary increase agreed by NJC and circulated by NALC, which increased Spinal Column Point (SCP) 7 from £10.16 to £10.44 per hour. Cllrs approved payment of increase with effect from 1 April 2020 and for future dates. Clerk to notify Yorkshire Tax Bureau.

2009/21           Review Policies

Cllrs reviewed the following policies:

  • Code of Conduct for Members (5 pp)
  • Complaints Procedure Policy (2 pp)
  • Equality and Diversity Policy (6 pp)
  • Health and Safety Policy (4 pp)

Cllr Laurie proposed their adoption, Cllr Attwood seconded; carried unanimously.

Cllrs noted that the Local Government Association and NALC are consulting on an updated Code of Conduct.

2009/22           Neighbourhood Plan

Cllr Attwood will strengthen the report over the coming weeks.                       

FINANCE

2009/23           Receipts

None was received as of 31 August 2020.

2009/24           Payments

HMRC                                                Tax                                           £65.00
Don Powell                                       Salary August                      £260.12
Don Powell                                       Folders                                    £8.00
Don Powell                                       Stamps                                   £18.24
Don Powell                                       Travel August                      £3.42
Don Powell                                     Costs                                       £289.78
Ionos: 3 DD 3-4 Aug                     Mail and web services      £30.00
Haven Power: 3 DD 17 Aug       All periods                             £40.73
Babraham CofE School                Hall hire (19-20)                  £87.75
Brookfield                                        Bins, grass Jul/Aug             £369.00
Total                                                                                                     £882.26

 

2009/25                                             Purchases

Cllrs approved Clerk purchase of a full-size keyboard, such as Arteck from Amazon at a price below £30 including VAT. https://www.amazon.co.uk/ARTECK-Wireless-Keyboard-Stainless-Rechargeable/dp/B07D34L57F.

2009/26           Balances and Bank Reconciliation at 31 August 2020

Balances held

Unity Current A/C balance                                              £11,335.89

Unity Savings A/C balance                                               £61,242.84

Total                                                                                        £72,578.73

2009/27                Unity Bank

No progress on Bank signatories.

2009/28           VAT

Cllrs noted claim submitted of £1216.78 for VAT (2008/25) paid during Oct 19-Mar 20.

PLANNING

2009/29           Planning Applications

20/01932/HFUL. Two storey side extension, first floor side extension, conversion of existing attached garage to habitable use to include a single storey front extension, and erection of a single storey detached garage: Yorke House High Street Babraham: https://applications.greatercambridgeplanning.org/online-applications/PLAN/20/01932/HFUL Deadline Friday 11 September. No comment from the Council.

 

20/03423/HFUL. Erection of a 2.5m acoustic fence to road frontage following pre-application pre/0003/19: Church Farm House Sawston Road Babraham CB22 3AP; Dr Patrick Axon. https://applications.greatercambridgeplanning.org/online-applications/PLAN/20/03423/HFUL Deadline 22 September 2020. No comment from the Council.

2009/30                Planning decisions (as of 31 August 2020)

20/03012/HFUL: Stable Cottage High Street Babraham Cambridge Cambridgeshire CB22 3AG, Retrospective installation of 2 No. Velux rooflights. Received 20 August; retrospective approval.

                       

2009/31           Planning Department performance

Cllrs noted the poor communication of recent development in the village by the Planning Authority, including Greater Cambridge Shared Planning (GCSP) failing to notify Council and a neighbour on two separate occasions of development. Cllrs noted that the applications would not have attracted adverse comment from Council, but it is a legal principle under discussion. Clerk to contact the neighbours, develop draft shared complaint and, after approval, forward to GCSP, including Director Stephen Kelly.

2009/32                Correspondence

Cllrs noted

  • Cllr Laurie met the local MP Anthony Brown and Police and Crime Commissioner Darryl Preston: he expects them to take part in greater consultation.
  • Coronavirus activities and support services
  • SCDC newsletters and Parish bulletins
  • Cambridgeshire County Council newsletters
  • Planning Department bulletin
  • Cllr Cuffley said Sawston has cancelled its firework display. Cllr Laurie reported the Babraham display was run from the School and he would check with them.
  • Cllr Cuffley had expressed his concerns with transport proposals: he told Council that an approach for a rail station in Sawston was being mooted. The current thinking was to have no parking, but drop-off only.
  • Cllr Cuffley also alerted Council to elections in 2021.

                       

2009/33                Items to report and inclusion in the next meeting

  • Call for Sites publication and response

The Meeting closed at 21:20

Date of next meeting: Thursday 8 October 2020 at 7:30pm

2009/34                Part II: Confidential Information

None was required.

Signature: Don Powell 30 September 2020

Don Powell, 68 Woodland Road, Sawston, CB22 3DU

Parish Council Meeting – Thursday 13th August

The Parish Council met on Thursday 13th August, 7:30pm. Due to the ongoing Coronavirus issues the meeting was held remotely using Zoom. The minutes, agenda and supporting documents are linked below.

Minutes
Agenda
Collected documents

Policies For Review:
Code of Conduct
Complaints Procedure Policy

Planning:
20/1727/TTCA – Tree Works, Madeline House
20/01792/LBC – Installation of 2 no. velux rooflights to kitchen, Stable Cottage

Safety in our community – a South Cambridgeshire District Council survey

What safety issues matter to you and how do you feel about safety in our area?

This survey by a partnership of Police, Fire, Ambulance, NHS and Probation service will collect your views. It takes only a few minutes to complete and will close on Sunday 26 July 2020.

The results will affect priorities established by the Partners.

https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/SouthCambsCSPSurvey2020

South Cambridgeshire Community Safety Partnership (CSP) is made up of representatives from South Cambs District Council,  Cambridgeshire County Council, Police, Fire and Rescue Service and the NHS and Probation Service, who work together to deal with local crime and anti-social behaviour issues. This survey aims to collate information from the public on perceptions of safety within their communities. This survey is extremely important in the current climate where the Covid-19 pandemic prevents face to face community engagement. The results of this survey will directly affect the way in which community safety in certain geographical locations is prioritised among the statutory bodies within the South Cambridgeshire Community Safety Partnership.

The CSP will can collate as many responses from residents and ultimately help communities feel safer in the areas in which they live. The survey will close on Sunday 26th July 2020

Parish Council Meeting – Thursday 11th June

The Parish Council met on Thursday 11th June, 7:30pm. Due to the ongoing Coronavirus issues the meeting was held remotely using Zoom. The agenda and supporting documents are linked below, and the minutes will follow when available.

Agenda
Minutes

Peter McDonald Parish Report June 2020
LHI Application
Letter to All Parisk Clerks from Stephen Kelly 9 06 20

Policies

Data Protection Policy
Record Management (archiving) Policy
Lone Working Policy
Freedom of Information Policy
Training Statement of Intent

Financial

RTI Full Payment Submission
Current Unity to 31 May 2020
Instant Access Unity to 31 May 2020
Ionos Jun 20
Ionos Jun 20
Ionos Jun 20
Haven
Brookfield – May 2020
Precept Remittance

Parish Council Meeting – Thursday 14th May

The Parish Council met on Thursday 14th May, 7:30pm via Zoom. The agenda, minutes and supporting documents are linked below.

Agenda
Minutes

2005-00 Key Documents 9 May 2020

2005-10 Peter McDonald Parish Report May 2020

2005-17 Babraham Parish Council – Employers Liability Certificate 2020
2005-17 Babraham Parish Council – Hiscox Invoice 2020
2005-17 Babraham Parish Council – Hiscox Schedule 2020
2005-17 Babraham Parish Council – Hiscox Statement of Fact 2020
2005-17 Hiscox – Policy Summary
2005-17 Hiscox – Summary of Changes April 2019

2005-18 Audit Babraham PC Report 2019-20
2005-18 AGAR Public Display Babraham – Provision For Exercise of Public Rights
2005-18 AGAR Variances Babraham – Explanation of Variances
2005-18 AGAR Variances High Reserves
2005-18 AGAR Babraham PC – Internal Audit Report 2019-20

2005-19 LHI Panel Scorecards 2020 Appendix A

2005-24 Monthly payments May 2020
2005-26 Cashbook April 2020