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Section 2 -Accounting Statements 2021/22 for

 

:t;                                                        Year ending                         Notes and guidance

l,..                                                         31 March                  31 March            Please round all figures to nearest £1. Do not leave any

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., \‘ ;                                    2021                          2022               boxes blank and report £0 or Nil balances. All figures must

£                                 £                  agree to underlying financial records.

1. Balances brought forward 10,951 10,267 Total balances and reserves at the beginning of the year as recorded in the financial records. Value must agree to

Box 7 of previous year.

2. (+)Preceptor Rates and Levies 4,355   4,672 Total amount of precept (or for IDBs rates and levies) received or receivable in the year. Exclude any grants received.
3. (+) Total other receipts 3,051 26,265 Total income or receipts as recorded in the cashbook Jess the precept or rates/levies received (line 2). Include any grants received.
4. (-) Staff costs  

2,271

 

2,494

Total expenditure or payments made to and on behalf of all employees. Include gross salaries and wages, employers NI contributions, employers pension

contributions, gratuities and severance payments.

5. (-) Loan interest/capital repayments 0        0 Total expenditure or payments of capital and interest

made during the year on the authoritys borrowings {if any).

6. (-) All other payments 5,819    3,361 Total expenditure or payments as recorded in the cash- book less staff costs (line 4) and loan interest/capital repayments {line 5).
7. (=) Balances carried forward 10,267  35,349 Total balances and reserves at the end of the year. Must equal (1+2+3) (4+5+6).

 

8. Total value of cash and short term investments 10,267  35,349 The sum of all current and deposit bank accounts, cash holdings and short term investments held as at 31 March To agree with bank reconciliation.
9. Total fixed assets plus long term investments and assets 0         0 The value of all the property the authority owns it is made up of all its fixed assets and long term investments as at 31 March.
10. Total borrowings 0          0 The outstanding capital balance as at 31 March of all loans from third parties (including PWLB).

 

 

I certify that for the year ended 31 March 2022 the Accounting Statements in this Annual Governance and Accountability Return have been prepared on either a receipts and payments or income and expenditure basis following the guidance in Governance and Accountability for Smaller Authorities – a Practitioners’ Guide to Proper Practices and present fairly the financial position of this authority.

Signed by Responsible Financial Officer before being presented to the authority for approval

 

(signature of RFO)

Date                         10/05/2022

I confirm that these Accounting Statements were approved by this authority on this date:

11/05/2022

as recorded in minute reference:

 

Signed by Chairman of the meeting where the Accounting Statements were approved.

(Signature of John Arkell)

 

Annual Governance and Accountability Return 2021/22 Form 3

Local Councils, Internal Drainage Boards and other Smaller Authorities*

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