Financial Information

The Local Audit and Accountability Act 2014 sets out a new audit framework for local public authorities which are currently covered by the Audit Commission system. Under the new framework, smaller authorities with an annual turnover not exceeding £25,000.00 will be exempt from a routine external audit. Instead of an audit, smaller authorities will be subject to the new transparency requirements laid down in the Code. This will enable local electors to access relevant information about the accounts and governance.

Year ending 31st March 2022

Assets

Accounts and Bank Reconciliation

Bank Reconciliation

Annual Internal Audit report 2021/22

Annual Governance Statement, Section 1

Accounting Statement Section 2

Arrangements for the Exercise of Public Rights

Notice of The Audit and Right to Inspect the Annual Governance and Accountability Return Year End March 2022

Year ending 31st March 2021

Assets

Accounts

Restated Accounts year ending March 2021

Internal Audit Report

Annual Governance Statement, Section 1

Accounting Statement, Section 2

Explanation of any significant Variances

Bank Reconciliation

Certificate of Exemption

Arrangements for the Exercise of Public Rights

    

Year ending 31st March 2020

Exemption Certificate

Notice of Public Rights

Annual Governance Statement, Section 1

Accounting Statement, Section 2

Internal Audit Report

Bank Reconciliations

Accounts

Explanation of Variances

 

Year ending 31st March 2019

Audit Report  

Annual Governance Statement Section 1

Accounting Statement Section 2

Exemption Certificate

Accounts and Bank Reconciliation

Notice of Public Rights

Summary of Public Rights

Expenditure over £100

 

Year ending 31st March 2018

Expenditure over £100

End of year Accounts Section 1

Bank Reconciliation

Annual Governance Statement Section 2

Internal Audit Report

Parish Council Members and Responsibilities

Public Land and Building Assets

Notice of Public Right