hepscott parish council Accounts

Alconbury Parish CouncilOn this page you will find details of all the council’s finances in the form of the Precept, Budget Proposals for the current or next year and the Annual Accounts and Annual Return for the last or previous years. The documents are listed chronologically.

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Budget/Precept 2019/20


Annual Return 2018/19 (audited)
Notice of Public Rights 2018/19
Annual Expenditure 2018/19
General Financial Statement 2018/19
Explanation Of Variances 2018/19
Bank Reconciliation 2018/19
Annual Return 2018/19 (unaudited)
Internal Audit Report 2018/19
Asset Register 2018/19
Budget/Precept 2018/19

Annual Return 2017/18 (audited)
Annual Return 2017/18 (unaudited)

Annual Accounts 2017/18
Asset Register 2017/18
Bank Reconciliation 2017/18
Internal Audit Report 2017/18
Budget/Precept 2017/18

Notice of Conclusion of Audit 2016/17
Annual Return 2016/17 (audited)
Annual Return 2016/17 (unaudited)
Annual Expenditure 2016/17
Financial Statement 2016/17
Asset Register 2016/17
Budget/Precept 2016/17

Annual Return 2015/16
Annual Expenditure 2015/16
Financial Statement 2015/16
Asset Register 2015/16
Budget/Precept 2015/16

Annual Return 2014/15

Annual Expenditure 2014/15
Financial Statement 2014/15
Asset Register 2014/15
Budget/Precept 2014/15

How we spent your precept in 2013/14
(Pie Chart)
Annual Return 2013/14

Annual Accounts 2013/14
Annual Expenditure 2013/14
Asset Register 2013/14
Budget / Precept 2013/14

Annual Return 2012/13
Annual Accounts 2012/13
Asset Register

New legislation demands that parish councils ensure that accounts are open to the public and that we explain expenditure over £100. Hepscott Parish publishes its accounts here on its website and further explanation of itemised expenditure can be found in the minutes of meetings on the ‘meetings’ page. To understand, in general terms, how we spend your precept a chart for the calendar year of 2014 is appended below. Expenditure was for the year was just over £9,000.




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