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Agenda and minutes

Venue: Burbage Village Hall, 58-60 Eastcourt Road, Burbage, SN8 3AJ

Contact: Craig Player  Democratic Services Officer

Items
Note No. Item

5 mins

69.

Welcome and Introductions

The Chairman will welcome those present at the meeting.

Minutes:

The Chairman welcomed everyone to the meeting and introduced the Area

Board Members and Council officers.

70.

Apologies for Absence

Minutes:

Apologies for absence had been received from Stephen Hepworth, Curly Haskell, Margaret Holden, Dave Adamson and Marilyn Hunt.

71.

Minutes

To confirm the minutes of the meeting held on 02 September 2019.

Supporting documents:

Minutes:

The minutes of the meeting held on 02 September 2019 were agreed as a correct record and signed by the Chairman.

72.

Declarations of Interest

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

 

Minutes:

There were no declarations of interest.

 

73.

Chairman's Announcements

The Chairman will make the following announcements:

 

·       We’re Targeting Fly-tippers

Supporting documents:

Minutes:

The Chairman drew attention to the following written announcement available

in the agenda pack or circulated at the meeting:

 

·       We’re Targeting Fly-tippers

·       Community Governance Review

 

Maggie Mulhall gave a presentation on the Community Governance Review, which includes Wilcot (and Huish), Manningford, Woodborough and Pewsey.

 

Matters highlighted in the course of the presentation and discussion included: what a Community Governance Review is; what the Community Governance Review means for Wilcot (and Huish), Manningford, Woodborough and Pewsey; the Community Governance Review timetable and to submit any representations via the following link: http://www.wiltshire.gov.uk/council-democracy-cgr)

20 mins

74.

Partner Updates Part 1

To also receive any updates from partner organisations:

 

·         Visit Pewsey Vale – promotional video

·         Wiltshire Police

·         Dorset and Wiltshire Fire and Rescue

Supporting documents:

Minutes:

a)    Visit Pewsey Vale – a promotional video was shown and noted.

 

b)    Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner – the following points were noted:

 

·       The Commissioner’s Annual Report was highlighted and be found via the following link: https://www.wiltshire-pcc.gov.uk/article/1844/Annual-report 

·       The Commissioner’s Police and Crime Plan had been updated and can be found via the following link: https://www.wiltshire-pcc.gov.uk/article/1640/Police-and-Crime-Plan-2017-2021

 

c)    Wiltshire Police - the written report and following points were noted:

 

·       Wiltshire Police understands that it is important to maintain a high visible presence within our rural community. Patrols are being conducted at all times of day and night, and these are often advertised on its social media pages.

·       As part of the Police and Crime Commissioner’s Estate Plan, Pewsey Police Station would be closing in January 2020. The Wiltshire East CPT will be using the Vale Community Campus as a touch down point going forward.

·       There was a hub model within Wiltshire Police, and in East Wiltshire the starting hub is Devizes.

 

Wiltshire Fire and Rescue - the written report was noted.

 

 

75.

Community Safety

To receive a presentation from Lauren Clark, Watch Coordinator for Crime Prevention, about Neighbourhood Watch and the benefits of signing up and using Community Messaging.

Minutes:

Lauren Clark, Watch Coordinator for Crime Prevention at Wiltshire Council, gave a presentation on local Neighbourhood Watch schemes and the benefits of signing up and using Community Messaging.

 

Matters highlighted in the course of the presentation and discussion included: what the Citizens in Policing department does; Police Watch Schemes in operation in Wiltshire; Wiltshire Neighbourhood Watch and Wiltshire and Swindon Community Messaging.

76.

Raizer Chair Project

To receive an update from the Local Governor of South Western Ambulance Service on the Raizer Chair Project.

Minutes:

Dee Nix, Local Governer of South Western Ambulance Service, gave an update on the Raizer Chair Project.

 

Matters highlighted in the course of the presentation and discussion included the work of the Community First Responders and the use and benefit of the raizer chair.

77.

Update on the Working Groups and Projects

·         Local Youth Network – Cllr Jerry Kunkler

·         Health and Wellbeing – Cllr Stuart Wheeler

·         Community Area Transport Group – Cllr Jerry Kunkler

Supporting documents:

Minutes:

a)    Local Youth Network – the following points were noted:

 

·       The Open Blue Bus continued to be a success and it hoped to run two taster sessions to advertise the bus and for the whole community to come along and see what will be taking place.

·       The Christmas Ice Rink will no longer take place over the Christmas period.

·       The mental health training supported by the Area Board had been hugely successful and there are now 7 Mental Health Champions working in Pewsey Vale School.

 

Resolved

 

To award £680 to the Open Blue Bus to cover the remaining cost of two taster events in Burbage and Upavon.

 

b)    Health and Wellbeing Group - the written update and following points were noted:

 

·       A first version of the asset mapping information booklet had been made available to share with surgeries.

·       A pilot of six armchair exercise sessions from October to December were already underway in the Bowls Club in Pewsey on alternating Fridays.

·       The Great Bewyn Walks Groups remained successful and the local allotment had donated £713 towards the group’s costs. This would fund the reprinting of its walking leaflets.

·       A video on the Pewsey Vale Memory Café was shown and noted.

 

Resolved

 

To award £100 to Brian Hollands and the team to support its Christmas lunch for those in the community who will be on their own during the festive period.

 

c)    Community Area Transport Group

 

Resolved

 

To adopt the recommendations of the Community Area Transport Group as outlined in the report.

10 mins?

78.

Community Area Grants

To consider two applications for Community Area Grant funding, as follows:

 

·       Applicant: Shalbourne Village Hall Management Committee
Project Title: Village Hall Updating and Improvement work
- £2464

·       Applicant: The Bouverie Hall

Project Title: Male Toilet Refurbishment - £2500

 

To note an application for Community Area Grant funding, awarded under delegated authority: 

 

·       £100 for the holding of the Christmas lunch for those on their own

Supporting documents:

Minutes:

The Area Board considered two applications for Community Area Grant funding

and two applications for Youth funding.

 

The Chairman invited a representative of the applicants the opportunity to give a

brief overview of their project to the Area Board.

 

Resolved

 

1.    To award Shalbourne Village Hall Management Committee £2000 for village hall updating and improvement work.

2.    To award The Bouverie Hall £2000 for male toilet refurbishement.

3.    To award 1st Pewsey Guides and Rangers £250 for a guide camp in Oxenwood.

To award 1st Pewsey Guides and Rangers £250 for a Pewsey Cadets training day in Brokerswood.

79.

Partner Updates Part 2

To receive any updates from partner organisations:

 

·       Spotlight on the Parishes

·       Healthwatch Wiltshire

·       NHS Wiltshire Clinical Commissioning Group

·       Pewsey Community Area Partnership

·       Community Engagement Manager Update

Supporting documents:

Minutes:

a)    HealthWatch - the written update was noted.

 

b)    NHS Wiltshire Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) - the written update was noted.

 

c)    Pewsey Area Partnership (PCAP) the following points were noted:

 

·       End-of-year reports were currently being circulated to parish councils.

·       There would be a Singing Memory Café in December at the Bouverie Hall in Pewsey.  

·       There were Movement and Music sessions at Pewsey Bowls Club from 11am-12.15pm. The next session will be on 15November.

·       The new timetable for Pewsey Station had come into place and users were encouraged to check their train times before they travel.

 

d)    Community Manager Update – the following points were noted:

 

·       The next meeting of the Area Board would now be 09 March 2020. The Area Board will discuss its community priorities in the area and people were encouraged to come along and have their say.

 

5 mins

80.

Urgent items

Any other items of business which the Chairman agrees to consider as a matter of urgency.

Minutes:

There were no urgent items.

81.

Future Meeting Dates and Close

The next meeting of the Pewsey Area Board is scheduled for 20 January 2019, 7pm at Coronation Hall, East Grafton, Village Green.

 

Minutes:

The next meeting of the Pewsey Area Board was scheduled for 09 March 2020, 7pm at The Vale Community Campus.

 

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