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Agenda and minutes

Venue: Enford Village Hall, Longstreet, Enford, SN9 6DD

Contact: Kevin Fielding  (Democratic Services Officer)

Items
No. Item

118.

Election of the Chairman

To appoint a Chairman for 2018/19

Minutes:

Cllr Chris Williams was appointed as Chairman for 2018/19.

119.

Election of the Vice-Chairman

To appoint a Vice Chairman for 2018/19

Minutes:

Cllr Mark Connolly was appointed as Vice-Chairman for 2018/19.

 

120.

Chairman's Welcome, Announcements and Introductions

Chairman’s Announcements:

 

·         Everleigh HRC – update

 

·         Special Schools

 

·         UK Youth Parliament Elections and Activity

 

·         Army Rebasing

 

 

Supporting documents:

Minutes:

The Chairman welcomed everyone to the meeting of the Tidworth Area Board and thanked Enford Village Hall for hosting.

 

The following Chairman’s Announcements contained in the agenda pack were noted:

 

·         Everleigh HRC

·         Special Schools

·         UK Youth Parliament Elections and Activity

·         Army Rebasing

121.

Apologies for Absence

Minutes:

Apologies for absence were received from Michael Mead – St James’s Church.

122.

Declarations of Interest

To receive any declarations of disclosable interests or dispensations granted by the Standards Committee.

 

Minutes:

There were none.

 

123.

Minutes

To confirm the minutes of the meeting held on Monday 14 May

2018

Supporting documents:

Minutes:

Decision

 

·         The minutes of the meeting held on Monday 14 May 2018 were agreed as a correct record and signed by the Chairman.

 

124.

Appointments to Outside Bodies and Working Groups

To note that appointments to outside bodies and working groups for the forthcoming year:

 

·         Community Area Transport Group

·         Tidworth Community Area Partnership

·         Tidworth Leisure Centre Executive Committee

·         Local Youth Network (LYN)

·         Wellington Academy Governing Body

·         TCAP Health & Wellbeing Group

Minutes:

The following appointments to outside bodies and working groups for

the forthcoming year were made:

 

·         Community Area Transport Group – Cllr Mark Connolly

·         Tidworth Community Area Partnership – Cllr Chris Williams

·         Tidworth Leisure Centre Executive Committee - Cllr Chris Williams

·         Local Youth Network (LYN) – Cllr Ian Blair-Pilling

·         Wellington Academy Governing Body - Cllr Ian Blair-Pilling

·         TCAP Health & Wellbeing Group - Cllr Ian Blair-Pilling & Cllr Chris Williams

 

 

125.

Police Update

Minutes:

The written update was presented by Inspector Pete Sparrow.

 

126.

Fire & Rescue Update

Supporting documents:

Minutes:

The written update was presented by James Plumley.

127.

Community Engagement Manager Update

Marc Read

Minutes:

Marc Read – Community Area Manger gave a brief update.

 

Points made included:

 

·         That the Tidworth community area had finished 3rd in the recent Wiltshire Council “Big Pledge” activity project.

 

·         That the new “Our Community Matters” website was now up and running.

 

·         That the Tidworth community area Family Learning Festival would be held during October 2018. Over 50 events were planned -all free to enjoy.

 

·         That The Queen’s Wall – Tidworth was looking amazing after being re-painted by local artists from the Wellington Academy.

 

The Chairman thanked Marc Read for his update.

 

128.

Wiltshire CIL - The Good Life Project

Minutes:

Mary Read –  Wiltshire Centre for Independent Living (CIL) gave a short presentation that highlighted “The Good Life” project.

 

The project looked to encourage residents of Tidworth to strengthen their community through doing the little things that make a big difference.

 

A short workshop was held to give an overview of the project.

 

The Chairman thanked Mary Read for her presentation.

 

129.

Thematic Group Updates

·         Health & Wellbeing Group Reia Jones

·         Dementia Action Alliance Brian Pratt

·         Older Person & Carers Champion Tony Pickernell

·         Multi Agency Forum Marc Read

·         Education Group Col Jamie Balls

·         Multi Faith Group Col Jamie Balls

·         Sports and Leisure Group - Col Jamie Balls

Minutes:

Health & Wellbeing Group - Reia Jones

Points made included:

·         That the Tidworth Community Health & Wellbeing Group had last met the 7 June.

·         Next meeting on the 20 September 2018.

·         That the South West Ambulance Service Trust were in the process of procuring just over 60 new ambulances to update their fleet.

·         That Wiltshire Clinical Commissioning Group following guidance set out by NHS England, 35 minor short-term conditions, medicines that were currently available over the counter would be longer be routinely prescribed.

 

Dementia Action Alliance Group

Points made included:

·         That the Memory Café continued to grow.

·         That the Alliance were looking for more involvement from its members.

Older Person & Carers Champion update – Tony Pickernell

Points made included

·         That the Kennet Friends group were looking for a Chairman and Treasurer, Tony Pickernell had agreed to chair the group in the short term.

·         That the Tidworth/Ludgershall Link service continued to provide a useful service.

·         That the recent Nepalese tea dance had been a great success.

·         That Tony was looking to get a mini bus driver trained up for driving duties in the local community area.

 

Marc Read – Community Engagement Manager tabled a report which highlighted data – Children in low income families (dependent children U20 yrs)

The Chairman thanked everybody for their updates.

 

130.

Community Area Transport Group

Cllr Mark Connolly

Supporting documents:

Minutes:

Cllr Mark Connolly introduced the CATG update.

 

That the report of the CATG meeting dated 16 July 2018 were noted.

 

·         A338 Collingbourne Kingston – Junction to Brunton: The Group agreed that this scheme also be put forward as a Substantive Bid with CKPC providing up to £4380 and CATG providing £3000 towards the cost of the scheme.  The Group also agreed that if the Substantive Bid was unsuccessful, it would fund the remaining £10K after the CKPC contribution

 

The Chairman thanked Cllr Connolly for his update

131.

Updates from Town and Parish Councils, the Police, the Army, NHS, TCAP and other Partners

To receive any updates

Minutes:

NHS Wiltshire – The written report was noted.

 

 

Healthwatch Wiltshire – The written report was noted.

 

 

Tidworth Garrison

 

·         That the recent Armed Forces Day had been well attended – thanks to all who took part and helped to organise.

 

·         That some 4,000 troops would be returning from Germany, with some 40 articulated lorries anticipated per day in and around the community area.

 

 

Tidworth Town Council

 

·         That the Tidworth Festival held on Saturday 21 July had been a great success.

 

 

Fittleton Parish Council

 

·         It was hoped that the Phoenix Hall kitchen refit would be completed before the September Area Board meeting. Thanks to the Area Board for its funding of this project.

 

 

The Chairman thanked everybody for their updates.

 

132.

Community Area Grants

To determine any applications for Community Area Grants.

 

Grant application packs for the Community Area Grants Scheme are available from the Community Area Manager or electronically at:

 

http://www.wiltshire.gov.uk/communityandliving/areaboards/areaboardscommunitygrantsscheme.htm.

Supporting documents:

Minutes:

The Area Board members considered three community area grant funding applications, three youth grants and one Health & Wellbeing grant:

 

Community Area Grants

 

Decision

Ludgershall Scout's Hall Trustees and Management Committee awarded £700 for Ludgershall Scout Hall - New Tables

 

Decision

Ludgershall Scout's Hall Trustees and Management Committee awarded £3,000 for Centenary Garden Refurbishment

 

Decision

Collingbourne Kingston Parochial Church Council awarded £2,000 for  Collingbourne Kingston Church Clock Restoration 2018



Youth Grants

 

Decision

Tidworth and Bulford Athletics Club awarded £1,000 for Tidworth and Bulford Athletics Club start up

 

Decision

Tidworth Area Community Youth Centre awarded £2,000 towards Refurbishment of the building.

 

Decision

Tidworth Family Learning Festival awarded £2,500

 

Decision

Wessex Community Circus awarded £1,000 for local youth projects

 

 

Health & Wellbeing Grants

 

Decision

The Castle Practice awarded £500 for Mini Health Fair

133.

Date of Next Meeting

The next meeting of the Tidworth Area Board will be on Monday 17 September at the Memorial Hall, Ludgershall

Minutes:

Tidworth Area Board will be on Monday 17 September at the Memorial Hall, Ludgershall.

134.

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