Don’t miss this opportunity hear Graham Short talk about his extreme way of working to produce the smallest engravings, possibly in the world! Why does he work from midnight until 5.00am? Why does he inject Botox into his eyelids? Why does he lower his heart beat to 20 beats per minute? Why does he swim 10k daily? Tickets are £12.50 inc a two course supper and can be obtained from Stoke Village Shop of 07845 613855. Be prepared to be amazed!
STOKEINTEIGNHEAD VILLAGE HALL AGM
Thursday 10th October
7 – 7.30pm
Wine and Nibbles on the night.
New committee members urgently needed to support the current small group – forms available in the shop
Congratulations to the shop on their 10th anniversary and on their successful ‘Open All Hours’ event, which featured on both BBC Spotlight and Radio Devon!
Section137 of the Local Government Act 1972 allows the Parish Council to spend a limited amount on activities for which it has no specific power, but which the authority considers ‘will bring direct benefit to the area, or any part of it or all or some of its inhabitants’. The Local Government and Housing Act 1989 added the requirement that the benefit obtained should be commensurate with the expenditure incurred.
Community/voluntary/charitable organisations may apply to the Parish Council for a grant. They must be non-profit making.
Application forms are available to download from the website, or you can contact the Clerk for a paper copy.
All applications must be accompanied by supporting documents and copies of accounts.
Deadline for receiving applications is Friday 30th August 2018.
The Parish Council will consider all applications at its meeting on Tuesday 10th September.