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GAPTC newsletter October 2020

What you can find in this newsletter:‚Äč

Council meetings - face to face or online

VAT advice

Website healthcheck - GAPTC as your critical friend

Risk Management course run by Came & Co

Clerks Online Networking

Autumn training programme including new courses

Council meetings – face to face or online

There are no further updates on council meetings, following the information provided in our 15 September... Read More »

Posted: Wed, 14 Oct 2020 13:52 by Alison Robinson

Tags: AGM, GAPTC news, VAT advice, clerk networking, training, website health-check

NALC update - from Jonathan Owen (Chief Executive)

Local Democracy

The All-Party Parliamentary Group on Local Democracy, supported by NALC, held its Annual General Meeting on 13 July 2018 at Portcullis House. The NALC Chief Executive was delighted with MPs and peers praise of NALC's work engaging with parliament on a range of issues, and for the excellent support NALC provide to the group as its secretariat.

Other headlines include:

Posted: Fri, 13 Jul 2018 16:32 by Alison Robinson

Tags: AGM, Annual Conference, Communities conference, Larger Councils, Media, NALC, National Assembly, National Association for Local Councils, News, democracy

GAPTC Newsletter

General Data Protection Regulations

All member councils were sent a copy of the NALC toolkit which contains model policies and templates to use. NALC and SLCC are working together to clarify the situation on the role of the Data Protection Officer on a national basis and with the Bill going through the House of Commons recently, we hope to have more clarification soon. Until then review the information... Read More »

Posted: Fri, 16 Mar 2018 17:52 by Alison Robinson

Tags: AGM, Data Protection, Funding, GDPR, LCAS, Local Council Award Scheme, NPPF, News, Training, Transparency, Transparency Fund, planning

Prose and Cons!!!

Your AGM papers were sent out last week, which included our team effort of a sector related poem to spark ideas/imaginations of others.

Please submit your poems to us by Friday 7th July which is a week in advance of the AGM (15th July), as this will provide the 'panel' time to judge the entries.

This competition offers a bit of light relief, humor, and an opportunity to 'win' some free GAPTC training... Read More »

Posted: Fri, 30 Jun 2017 11:38 by Alison Robinson

Tags: AGM, poetry

The AGM papers and annual report being sent out today!

Look out for the GAPTC AGM paperwork which is being emailed out to clerks today, and we will post a hardcopy to you next week.

Posted: Fri, 23 Jun 2017 14:03 by Alison Robinson

Tags: AGM, Annual General Meeting, News

Annual General Meeting July 2016 - report

Annual General Meeting July 2016 - report


GAPTC were pleased with the turnout for our Annual General Meeting which took place on a lovely Saturday in Newent.

In addition to the formal business, we were provided with an informative talk about Public Rights of Way including road classification by Andrew Houldey from GCC, and a 'pub quiz' with questions based on the law and procedures for parish and town councils.

Andrew... Read More »

Posted: Fri, 29 Jul 2016 10:05 by Alison Robinson

Tags: AGM, Annual General Meeting, News

GAPTC AGM 16th July 2016

GAPTC AGM 16th July 2016

The GAPTC AGM takes place on 16th July at Centigen, Riversmeet, Newent.

The meeting will commence at 10.30am, the speaker is Andrew Houldey, Gloucestershire County Council who will be conducting a presentation on 'Public Rights of Way'.

Following formal business, there will a 'quick quiz' on the sector, with some quirky prizes.

A buffet lunch will be provided.

Posted: Fri, 15 Jul 2016 15:50 by Alison Robinson

Tags: AGM, Annual General Meeting, GCC, Gloucestershire County Council, News, Public Rights of Way

Resolutions for GAPTC AGM

This is a reminder to Councils to consider submitting a RESOLUTION for debate at the Annual General Meeting

RESOLUTIONS, as approved by your Council, should be in writing/email and must be received in this office by

Friday 3rd June 2016

Your resolution becomes a 'proposal' to our AGM, where it is presented by a member of your Council, debated and any action agreed.

Your topic for debate can be one affecting... Read More »

Posted: Wed, 04 May 2016 13:37 by Anita Sach

Tags: AGM