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Gnosall Parish Council

(Including the wards of Moreton and Knightley)

Our Mission is to improve the quality of life for those who live and work in the Parish of Gnosall and those who visit it.


How we are funded

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Where does Gnosall Parish Council get its money from?

Each year a sum of money called a precept is collected through your Council Tax. This money is used by the parish council to provide and maintain facilities for the local people. Parish and Town Council’s can also apply for grants and loans and if they own property can receive money from rents or leases. Gnosall Parish Council receives funds from: .

Rosebuds Nursery as it leases part of the Grosvenor Centre . 

Staffordshire County Council towards the grass cutting fees .

St Lawrence Church – burial fees that go towards maintaining the burial ground .

Allotment holders .

Hiring out the Grosvenor Centre .

Stafford Borough Council Concurrent Grant The Parish Council also applies at every available opportunity for grants to purchase equipment or to fund projects.

In 2015/16 funding was received as follows

 

Towards the cost of the Neighbourhood Plan

£6990

Staffordshire County Cllr Fund

Towards the cost of a new generator

£695

Stafford Borough Council

Towards the cost of the Christmas lights event

£545

Community paths Initiative

To purchase a jet washer

£380

Awards for All

Towards GFest 2015

£2370

TOTAL

 

£10980

 

 

In 2014/15 funding was received as follows:

Community Paths Initiative

Towards a new notice board for the village green

£800

Staffordshire County Councillor Fund

Towards The Acres Fun Day

£250

Locality

To develop a Neighbourhood Plan

£6990

 

TOTAL

 

£8040

 

 

 

In 2013/14 the council was successful in securing the following grants:

3629

In 2012/13 the council was successful in securing the following grants

3630
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