All approved and draft minutes from meetings held in 2020 are listed below.


Singleton Parish Council               

Minutes of the Parish Council Meeting held at the Village Hall, Singleton

on Tuesday 15 December 2020 at 7.15 pm

Present: – Cllrs Gallagher (Chair), Bailey (Vice Chair), Ibbotson and Lee, one representative of the public and the Parish Clerk, Verena Henderson, who took the Minutes.

1. Apologies for Absence – Cllr Cholmondeley.  The Parish Council extended its condolences to Cllr Cholmondeley and his family for the loss of his father.
2. Police Matters According to the crime figures received for November, there were 5 cases recorded, all for Anti-Social Behaviour – 3 breaches of the Covid restrictions, 1 of malicious communications and 2 civil disputes.   Cllr Bailey informed the meeting that the Church alarm had gone off very recently between 8 and 9 pm.  Three people had been contacted on the list including Cllr Bailey, who was unable to attend.  Two couples did go out but as they were both elderly, Cllr Bailey telephoned the Police to ask them to do a drive-by but was told that they would not.  They logged the call as 125613/12.  The Parish Council was very disappointed to hear this as the alarm was fitted on a former Chief Superintendent’s advice following an incident of theft of lead from the roof several years ago.
3. Open Forum Following an influx of over 40 complaints regarding the Trust’s housing application to build 4 detached houses, this matter was discussed during the Open Forum to hear these concerns from the public.   The meeting was told that on looking at a draft report from 5 April this year, which was being discussed with planning consultants, a small residential scheme was being proposed for 4 detached houses.  In 2013 the said development was for 8 semi-detached affordable dwellings.  4 detached dwellings are not affordable and would be out of place with the character of the existing houses.  Recent works on Worsicks Farm and Dumbreck Court have kept the original character of the buildings but these proposed dwellings would not fit in with historical view at the entrance of the village.   The proposed buildings will be directly opposite the Miller Arms and will obstruct the view from that country pub.  The original plan for the 8 semi-detached houses had a gap so that the countryside could still be viewed, albeit less of it, but these houses will not allow any views.  There have been enough new houses built in Singleton Parish to more than satisfy the original 15 suggested in the Trust’s consultation back in 2013.   The Parish Council had submitted comments to Fylde BC’s planners following the November meeting noting its concerns that since the original planning application of 14/0652, 10 houses have been built off Lodge Lane, 2 in the village centre and 7 more will be in the Grange Farm development (20/0821) and there have been many more in the Mains Lane area. This far exceeds the original 15 dwellings mentioned.  The Parish Council went on to say that it was particularly concerned that of all the recent developments in Singleton Parish, none were affordable for first-time buyers.   This matter would be discussed again this evening under item 7 but the Chairman stressed that if people felt very strongly about this proposal, they should also write to the Planning Department at Fylde BC, as individual letters carried far more weight than one letter signed by 100 people. The public was thanked for attendance and left the meeting.  
4. Minutes of Previous Meeting and any Matters Arising The Minutes of the previous meeting held on 24 November, having been previously circulated and agreed, were signed as a true and correct record by the Chairman.   Matters arising   Bridleway adjacent to Bankfield Manor.  Much correspondence backwards and forwards between The Chairman, Clerk, Fylde BC and Lancashire County Council.  Reports received of plastic waste and batteries being included in tipped material used for filling in the pond and the footpath now resembles one going through an industrial estate.  The officer at Fylde BC is still being copied into all these emails, but as this work includes waste material, it is now a matter for LCC.  On-going.Dog fouling signs – Fylde BC put up more signs on Mains Lane immediately upon receiving our request.  Dumped caravan on Grange Road.  Reported to Fylde BC who will arrange removal.Flooding outside property on Mains Lane.  Still complaints coming in about this one.  Voiced concerns to Highways England and Environment Agency.  Acknowledgement received from Highways England and response received from Environment Agency to say that they were only responsible for flooding from rivers and the sea and suggested LCC Environmental Health. The Clerk will refer to LCC.
5. Declaration of Interests – None
6. Planning Matters and Decisions 20/0877 – Linden Lea, 37 Mains Lane Singleton FY6 7LJ – Single storey extensions to dwelling … The Parish Council has no specific observations to make on the proposal.
7. The Trust’s Housing Application for 4 Detached Dwellings –This item is also covered in item 3.   The Parish Council had previously submitted comments about this proposal but it decided it should now object because of the strength of feeling from residents of the village.  The proposal would spoil the character of the entrance to this historical village.  The Parish Council had recently had the Miller Arms listed as a place of community value. People travel to it as a country inn with views over open countryside. This proposed development would completely change the character of this meeting place.  The objection will be formally submitted as soon as possible.  
8. Traffic and Highway Issues Highways England had still not cut back the hedges on their land on Lodge Lane.  The Clerk will chase this up.  Also concerns expressed about an untidy hedge on Pool Foot Lane which hadn’t been cut back all year.
9. New By-Pass It looks like the work on Lodge Lane will start at Easter.
10.   Correspondence Information received from Fylde BC regarding the precept for 2021/22 financial year, which they will need to finalise early in the New Year.  The Clerk will prepare a balance sheet and put this item on the agenda for the January meeting.Circular received from the Environment Agency regarding operations at the Cuadrilla Site at Preston New Road which are currently suspended. They will keep us updated on any key issues or changes in the future.  Noted.
11.   Update from Fylde Borough Council – None
12.   Accounts and Any Invoices to Pay Forsyth and Steele – Printing Xmas cards – £218.00.  Proposed Cllr Bailey, Seconded Cllr Ibbotson. Agreed.S Butcher – Litter-picker £134.60. Proposed Cllr Gallagher. Seconded Cllr Lee. Agreed.Clerk, Salary and Expenses for Nov/Dec – £319.24.  Proposed Cllr Gallagher, Seconded Cllr Lee. Agreed.Cllr Ibbotson – Reimbursement for Competition prizes – £22.00. Proposed Cllr Bailey, Seconded Cllr Gallagher. Agreed.  
13. Any Other Business Concern that the SpID wasn’t working as well as it should in its present position at the moment – due probably to the lack of sunshine and overhanging branches.  Cllr Lee will ask Andy Pawson to move it.Concern expressed about a property on Mains Lane which had many black sacks in the driveway and an overflowing skip also with opened black sacks falling from it.  The Clerk will ask Environmental Health to look into this.
14. Date and Time of next meetings These were arranged for: – Tuesday January 26th, Tuesday February 23rd and Tuesday March 23rd 2021, all to take place at the Village Hall starting at 7.15pm.   As there was no further business, the meeting closed at 8.30pm.

Signed …………………………………………… Dated ………………………………………

Verena Henderson

Clerk to the Parish Council

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Singleton Parish Council               

Minutes of the Parish Council Meeting held at the Village Hall, Singleton

on 24 November 2020 at 7.15 pm

Present: – Cllrs Gallagher (Chair), Bailey (Vice Chair), Cholmondeley, Ibbotson and Lee, one member of the public and the Parish Clerk, Verena Henderson, who took the Minutes.

1. Apologies for Absence – None
2. Police Matters The crime figures for October showed that there were 3 recorded cases of Anti-Social Behaviour and 1 case of driving off without paying at a petrol station.   Information received that the Fylde and Wyre Task Force Team, which is made up of four officers working alongside existing neighbourhood teams, have been working to address a number of issues from anti-social behaviour to drugs.  During the last 12 months they have arrested 34 suspects, executed 27 warrants, seized £5,500 worth of class A drugs, seized £1.1m worth of class B drugs, seized £16,000 in cash, seized £25,000 worth of vehicles and recovered £20,000 worth of stolen plant equipment. 
3. Minutes of Previous Meeting and any Matters Arising The Minutes of the previous meeting heldon 27 October 2020, having been previously circulated and agreed, were signed as a true and correct copy by the Chairman.   Matters arising   Bridleway adjacent to Bankfield Manor, Pool Foot Lane.  The complaints about this bridleway continue to come in.  The Enforcement Officer at Fylde BC has been very helpful about this matter and has promised to keep an eye on the situation but the matter is largely in the hands of Lancashire County Council.  Cllr Gallagher is also keeping a watching brief on works being carried out there.Flooding outside a property on Mains Lane.  This has still not been resolved despite Highways England identifying the problem and having given two dates for work to be carried out – both of which have expired.  Highways England admits there are significant historical problems in the area but there doesn’t appear to be a budget to resolve these.  The Clerk was asked to write to them again and the Environment Agency to see if they could help and perhaps the Waterways.
4. Open Forum   Concern expressed about the number of rocks being placed on grass verges on Mains Lane, which are often obscured by long grass, and querying whose responsibility would it be if a vehicle was to be damaged by hitting one of these?  It was generally felt that this was something which insurance companies would fight over in court as to whether it was the driver’s responsibility for mounting the grass verge, or the householder’s for putting the rocks there.The signs for Singleton are still in need of repainting/replacement.  This had been requested many months ago from LCC.  Another request with a photo would be sent off.Dog fouling signs – More are needed for Mains Lane.  The Clerk will request these.Litter on Mains Lane is bad.  We have an excellent litter-picker who covers the parish in all weathers and goes deeply into hedges to remove litter.  Unfortunately, more often than not, it reappears again as soon as he moves on to another area.
5. Declaration of Interests – None
6. Planning Matters and Decisions 20/0823 – Charlton House, 146 Mains Lane, Singleton FY6 7LB – Erection of detached garage within rear garden – The Parish Council has no specific observations to make.20/0821 Grange Farm, Grange Road, Singleton FY6 8LP – This is for a certificate of lawful development to confirm planning permission already given in 1991 for 6 dwellings, 1 granny flat, 6 garages, 8 visitor parking spaces and new access. 20/0846 – Land southwest of Weeton Road (Opposite the Miller Arms) Singleton – Outline application with all matters reserved for a residential development of up to 4 dwellings.  These would be for 4 detached dwellings. This application refers to a previous application (14/0652) for 15 dwellings and states that this was `recommended for approval’ although it was withdrawn and never came before the Planning Committee. The Parish Council is concerned by the amount of recent development in and around the village and would like the Planning Committee to note that since 14/0652 was withdrawn, 10 houses have been built off Lodge Lane, 2 in the village centre and 7 more will be in the Grange Farm development (20/0821) and there have been many more in the Mains Lane area. This far exceeds the 15 dwellings mentioned above.  The Parish Council is also concerned that of all the recent developments in Singleton Parish, none are affordable for first-time buyers. The latest house price data shows that Singleton and Greenhalgh ward is now the most expensive ward in the whole of Lancashire. The Parish Council is also concerned about the increase in traffic through the village which will be caused by the new A585 bypass which is currently under construction.  The size and nature of these proposed 4 dwellings would indicate occupation by multi-car families and so will exacerbate this traffic problem.
7. Traffic and Highway Issues Cllr Lee reported that at the recent Parish Liaison Meeting he was introduced to the new Chief Superintendent of Police who had been appointed two weeks previously.  They discussed enforcement of the 20mph speed limit and it would appear that a motorist could receive a warning for a first offence but that a second offence could result in the vehicle being seized!
8. New By-Pass There has been a lot of communication between Gaynor Wainwright of Kier and the Clerk and Cllr Bailey.  Ms Wainwright has been extremely helpful and has also met with Cllr Bailey and circulated a video of the whole by-pass project which is very informative.    Ms Wainwright would like to advise members of the public regarding the bypass and will liaise with the Parish Council to pass on information which we will publish on our website, Facebook page and Singleton Chat.
9.   Correspondence Email received from Fylde BC regarding the electoral review by the Boundary Commission and asking for any organisation which could be added to the list of stakeholders for the consultation process.  The Church should be included.Christmas collection arrangements received from Fylde BC.  These would be put on the website and noticeboards.Letter from a resident who was having problems with overgrowing trees and vegetation interfering with his telephone/internet line as this had become entangled with branches from a tree in Church Wood.  Despite contacting several people, nothing had been heard from them and he wanted the Parish Council’s help.  The Clerk will write to those concerned to see if this matter can be resolved. Nb.The necessary pruning work was carried out on 26 November so the Parish Council did not intervene on this occasion.
10. Update from Fylde Borough Council Cllr Lee reported that following the Parish Liaison meeting, a lot of people from the rural area had complained about flooding and Fylde Borough Council had written to LCC asking for drains and gullies to be cleaned out to help with this.   There is still discussion on the combined authority across Lancashire and no decision has been reached as yet as to who Fylde will be combined with.  It may be Wyre and Blackpool but could also include Lancaster and perhaps Ribble Valley. We await further developments.   As regards planning matters, if a Parish Council objects to a planning proposal, then Fylde would expect a member of that council to be present at the relevant planning meeting.  
11.   Accounts and any invoices to Pay The Official Audit had been concluded and signed off with no matters giving any cause for concern that relevant legislation and regulatory requirements had not been met.  Notices had been placed on the noticeboards and website saying that the Annual Governance & Accountability Return is available for inspection by application to the Clerk.   The claim for VAT refunds for 2019/2020 financial year has been lodged and acknowledged and is for a reimbursement of £2017.45.   Rent from June – October – £142.50.  Proposed Cllr Bailey, Seconded Cllr Ibbotson. Agreed.John Chew – spring planting in tubs – £240.00.  Proposed Cllr Gallagher, Seconded Cllr Cholmondeley. Agreed.PKF Littlejohn LLP – Official Audit – £240.00.  Proposed Cllr Bailey, Seconded Cllr Gallagher. Agreed.Clerk Salary & Expenses – £268.80. Proposed Cllr Bailey, Seconded Cllr Ibbotson. Agreed.  
12 & 13   Any Other Business Christmas card competition.  All the entries were displayed and the winning entry chosen.  Another entry was chosen to be printed on the back of the card. Cllr Gallagher has our printing company on stand-by to print these quickly and Cllr Ibbotson will purchase selection boxes for all the entrants with a larger one for the winner.  The Parish Council’s thanks go out to all the children who entered this competition.  The cards will be hand-delivered to each home in the parish in December.Newsletter – Cllr Ibbotson is busy working on her next newsletter which will have useful contact numbers on it and a reminder to watch out for lonely neighbours during these strange times.  
14 Date and Time of next meeting – Tuesday 15 December 2020 at 7.15pm at the Village Hall.   As there was no further business, the meeting closed at 8.50pm.

Signed …………………………………………… Dated ………………………………………

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Minutes of the Parish Council Meeting held at the Village Hall, Singleton

on Tuesday 27 October 2020 at 7.15 pm

Present: – Cllrs Gallagher (Chair), Bailey (Vice Chair), Cholmondeley, Ibbotson and Lee, and the Parish Clerk, Verena Henderson, who took the Minutes.

1. Apologies for Absence – None
2. Police Matters Following an incident of cold calling which had upset an elderly resident, our PCSO proved to be very helpful by carrying out a vehicle check, contacting colleagues to make them aware and providing a reassuring phone call to the resident and then dropping off “No Cold Calling” stickers to her address. 
3. Minutes of Previous Meeting and any Matters Arising The Minutes of the previous meeting held on 29 September 2020, having been previously circulated and agreed, were formally signed as a true and correct record by the Chairman.   Matters arising from previous Minutes   Bridle path off Pool Foot Lane – A lot of emails and phone calls to and from Fylde BC’s Enforcement Officer about this.  He has investigated the state of the bridle path and also the infilling of a pond and liaised with LCC.  He feels it is a matter for LCC to pursue and the Clerk was asked to write to LCC for their final comments.Singleton Playground – Fylde BC have completed the works on the playground and removed the rotten logs.  They confirmed that they are still sanitising the play area three times a week.Works on the new by-pass – The Tree Officer at Fylde BC has undertaken to look into the works on the new A585 by-pass and the felling of several trees.Archaeological Presentation – The History Society would be happy to host this and Kier have been advised accordingly.  
4. Open Forum – None
5. Declaration of Interests – None
6. Planning Matters and Decisions No new planning applications to consider.  Confirmation received that planning application 19/0855 – Windy Harbour Holiday Centre for an additional 78 static caravans has been refused. The Enforcement Officer is looking into what is happening at two properties on Mains Lane.
7. Traffic and Highway Issues Information received that Highways England will be carrying out resurfacing works on the A585 between the M55 Junction 3 and Garstang New Road from mid-November until mid-December.  The work will be undertaken overnight between the hours of 8pm and 6am.  Traffic lights and overnight full road closures will be used during this time.   Cllr Lee provided County Cllr Paul Hayhurst with the data collected from our new SpID machines showing an overall improvement in the speed of traffic coming through the village.  Cllr Hayhurst was pleased with this data and thought it would be helpful in keeping the 20mph speed limit through the village.
8. Proposed new By-Pass Details received concerning a Zoom meeting to take place on 5 November to provide an update on the A585 by-pass project.  Cllr Lee is hoping to take part in this.   Following complaints received about the state of the hedges along Lodge Lane on land now owned by Highways England, the Clerk had contacted them requesting that the hedges be cut.  A reply had been received saying that this was the responsibility of LCC.  The Clerk will check with LCC about this as it was generally thought that it was the responsibility of the landowner to keep the hedges in a tidy state.  
9.   Correspondence There is a White Paper consultation on Planning for the Future.  All information can be found on Fylde’s website.Thank you letter from Ray Cottam for the donation of £50 to the Gt Eccleston Cricket Club.  This was donated in thanks for his work in doing the internal audit of the 2019/20 accounts.Remembrance Sunday Services – Letter from the Chief Executive of Fylde BC that this year there will be a closed service and they are asking people not to gather in the usual way on the morning of Remembrance Sunday due to Covid-19.  They wanted members of the public to display a poppy in their windows and to stand on their doorsteps on Remembrance Sunday to observe the two-minutes silence as a mark of respect.The District Parish Liaison meeting will take place via Zoom on 2 November at 6.30pm.  Cllr Lee will take part in this.Parish Play Charges 2021/22.  Information received that the charges for the maintenance of the playground will increase by £17.75 to a total of £3,567.76 in the next financial year.New Homes Grant 2020/21 – This was the grant given towards a community project in Singleton which had been earmarked for repairs to the playground.  This work has been delayed due to the park being closed for some months due to Covid-19, but confirmation has  been  given to Fylde that this work was still needed.Certificate received from the Information Commissioner’s Office to show that the Parish Council was a paid up member in line with the latest data protection requirements.Wyre Council Draft Masterplan for consultation on residential development planned for Lambs Road/Raikes Road, Thornton.  This will be for an eventual 400 dwellings.  Comments on this can be submitted until 5pm on Friday 6 November 2020.
10.   Accounts and Invoices – The Clerk is still pursing the problem of starting on-line banking with the bank.  This has been acknowledged and apologies received for the delay in responding.  A response is expected in the next four weeks.   S. Butcher, Litter-picking – £169.60.  Proposed Cllr Gallagher, Seconded Cllr Cholmondeley – Agreed.Clerk, Salary and Expenses for September/October – £270.48.  Proposed Cllr Gallagher, Seconded Cllr Ibbotson. Agreed.  
11. Any Other Business Cllrs Gallagher and Lee have approached a representative of Singleton Trust to explore the possibility of renting or purchasing land with the aim of creating a village green.  The idea of a village green had been mooted several years ago by the Trust, but unfortunately had not materialised as yet.  The Trust was still wanting to have a village green and had discussed this matter again at a recent meeting.  The Parish Council was keen to look into the possibility of grants being available to help create this and with this in mind Cllrs Gallagher and Lee would be meeting officers at Fylde BC in the near future.  They would also be asking for advice from Fylde BC’s Park Development Department.Cllr Lee, the Borough Councillor for Singleton and Greenhalgh, was congratulated by the Parish Council for being elected Leader of the Independent Councillors at Fylde Borough Council.A parish review is going ahead by Fylde Borough Council and the Boundaries Commission is also conducting a review. The overall aim is to reduce the number of councillors in the borough from 51 to either 39 or 41.No further news regarding combined authorities and a new mayor for Lancashire.A new internet pipeline from the USA has arrived in Blackpool.  Work will now begin to take this to Preston and money will be available for improved broadband services in the Fylde as this makes its way to Preston.  This is a very long-term solution to the broadband problems in the area but is certainly something to welcome.Some other parishes in the borough are now providing their own services and are not paying Fylde BC to do this.  This is especially the case in providing a lengthsman.  Cllr Lee will make enquiries as to the practicality of this for Singleton and see if it would be worthwhile pursuing.There is a move to reinstate the Rural Fylde Forum with rural parishes getting together to provide mutual help/advice.  This former organisation was replaced by the District Parish Liaison meetings but these meetings are controlled by Fylde and do not always cover items more appropriate to the rural areas.Newsletter – Cllr Ibbotson is working on the next newsletter.  Copies will be given to the Clerk to put up on the noticeboards.Christmas card.  It was decided that following the success of the Easter colouring competition, we should ask children of the parish to design this year’s card.  A selection box will be given to each entrant. This will be publisised in the newsletter and the winner will be chosen at the next parish council meeting.
12. Date and Time of next meeting – Tuesday 24 November 2020 at 7.15pm at the Village Hall.  As there was no further business, the meeting closed at 8.20pm.  

Signed …………………………………………… Dated ……………………………………………………

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