Dorset Council and Dorset Parish and Town Council Workshop
The free workshop is an opportunity for Dorset Council and the Dorset Parish and Town Councils to discuss and develop how the relationship between Dorset Council, Dorset Town Councils and Dorset Parish Councils will be constructed. Dorset Council wish to invite parish and town council representatives to the workshop, please note booking is essential as spaces are limited and will be filled on a first come first served basis.
- Workshop – 7pm on Thursday 7th November at Horton & Chalbury Parish Hall, Horton, Wimborne BH21 7JA
Dorset Council appreciate that not all parish and town councillors will be available to attend so there will be an opportunity to participate in an online survey as well. This will be advertised to you shortly.
If a representative(s) from your council would like to attend this event please can you complete the information form supplied in your invitation email, and send via email to:email@example.com If you do not have an information form, please contact us at this email address.
Parking information will be supplied with confirmation of your booking.
UPDATED MODEL FINANCIAL REGULATIONS
National Association of Local Councils (NALC) has published its updated Model Financial Regulations for England and Wales.
The documents include easy-to-use templates to create financial regulations for your local (parish and town) council that are up-to-date with the current legislation and regulations, and guidance to help complete the templates.
The financial regulations are an essential tool for local councils of all sizes. They set out the framework within which the council ensures responsible and sustainable management of the council’s finances.
An electronic copy was sent to all clerks on 22 August 2019.
Added 22 August 2019
NHS Dorset Clinical Commissioning
Group have launched a new
Wellbeing is everyone’s business – give us your thoughts on our health and wellbeing priorities in Dorset.
Your local councils and NHS services are working together on a shared plan which sets out our health and wellbeing priorities for the next few years.
The plan will look at a variety of things that affect the health and wellbeing of residents such as healthy lifestyles, supporting people with long term conditions, employment, housing and children being ‘school ready’.
Help us shape the future of our services in Dorset. Find out more and share your thoughts on our priorities by completing our online survey (easy read version also available).