The meeting took place at Tim Parry Community Centre on 14th February 2018.
Cheshire Police advised that the draft SLA for additional PCSO support has been completed and will be with the Parish Council shortly for further discussion. It was proposed and agreed that the Chair, Vice-chair and Clerk meet with the Police and report back to full Council.
Cllr Pennington advised that WHJFC had recently hired a defibrillator for the club, rather than purchasing one and recommended this to the Parish Council as an option to consider when installing the agreed unit at Tim Parry Recreation Ground. The advantages are that this option includes the maintenance contract for the unit.
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