Like all public bodies, the Council must be able to account for the monies that it receives and spends. As such, it is subject to internal and external audit, and the accounts are available to public inspection.
This webpage provides the financial information as required by the auditors. It is also available in a standardised format know as the Transparency Code set by the Government.
The Annual Governance and Accountability Return (FY2021-22)
AGAR - Annual Internal Audit Report 2021-22 (PDF, 483 Kb)
The Annual Internal Audit Report for the Parish Council 2021-22
AGAR - Annual Governance Statement 2021-22 (PDF, 924 Kb)
The audited Annual Governance and Accountability Return section 1 for the Parish Council FY2021-22
AGAR - Accounting Statements 2021-22 (PDF, 934 Kb)
The audited Annual Governance and Accountability Return section 2 for the Parish Council FY2021-22
AGAR - Explanation of Variances 2021-22 (PDF, 554 Kb)
The audited Explanation of Variances for the Parish Council 2021-22
AGAR - Bank Reconciliation 2021-22 (PDF, 584 Kb)
The audited Bank Reconciliation for the Parish Council 2021-22
The Parish Council's accounts for FY2021-22, as approved by the Parish Council on 11th April 2022.
Accounts FY2021-22 (PDF, 643 Kb)
The audited Parish Council Accounts for FY2021-22
All Councils must offer a common period that includes the first 10 working days in July. For Chelveston-cum-Caldecott Parish Council the period for inspection ran from 20th June 2022 to 29th July 2022.
The formal notice of the public rights period and details of the external auditor are available below.
Notice of Public Rights FY2021-22 (PDF, 37 Kb)
Electors' rights with regard to the annual audit of smaller authority's accounts for the financial year ending 31st March 2022.
The external audit is has now concluded and the external audit report and formal notice is provided below.
The budget for the financial year from the 1st April 2022 to the 31st March 2023 was prepared by the Parish Council in January 2022. As a result of the budget, a Precept Demand for £11,700 was made on NNC.
This is £500 (4.46%) higher than last year - FY2021-22.
There were the equivalent of 222 Band D properties in the parish in January 2022 (7 more than last year), so £11,700 / 222 = £52.70. This 61p (1.17%) higher than for FY2021-22.
This is the rate of council tax per Band D property.
Council Budget FY2022-23 (PDF, 24 Kb)
The Parish Council Budget for FY2022-23, set in January 2022