Class 7 The services we offer

(Information about the services we offer, including leaflets, guidance and newsletters produced for the public and businesses)

Information

How the information can be obtained

Allotments

Available by inspection only (contact clerk)

Burial grounds and closed churchyards

* Community centres and village halls

* Parks, playing fields and recreational facilities

Seating, litter bins, clocks, memorials and lighting

Bus shelters

Markets

Public conveniences

Agency agreements

A summary of services for which the council is entitled to recover a fee, together with those fees (e.g. burial fees)

(*) see also information below

Printed copies will be charged at 10p per sheet (black and white) and 15p per sheet (colour)

Houghton Village Hall is a registered charity, Reg. No. 521432, details can be accessed at: http://www.charity-commission.gov.uk/

Houghton Village Hall Committee manages the village hall and village hall recreation field, on behalf of the parishioners, for the benefit of the parishioners. The village hall and village hall recreation field are held in trust for the benefit of the parishioners. The village hall and village hall recreation field are owned by the parishioners.

Houghton Parish Council gives an annual grant to Houghton Village Hall and, in addition, funds the grass cutting of the village hall recreation field.

The Parish Council annually appoints a Councillor as the Council's representative to Houghton Village Hall.

For the duration of his/her appointment this Councillor becomes a trustee of Houghton Village Hall with one vote on the Houghton Village Hall Committee.

Houghton Field Association is a registered charity, Reg. No. 521431, details can be accessed at: http://www.charity-commission.gov.uk/

Houghton Field Association Committee manages the recreational field, on behalf of the parishioners, for the benefit of the parishioners.

The field is held in trust as a recreation ground for the benefit of the parishioners. The field is owned by the parishioners.

Houghton Parish Council gives an annual grant to Houghton Field Association and, in addition, funds the grass cutting of the recreational field.

The Parish Council annually appoints a Councillor as the Council's representative to Houghton Field Association.

For the duration of his/her appointment this Councillor becomes a trustee of Houghton Field Association with one vote on the HFA Committee.

Houghton Field Association public information can be accessed at:

http://mrrsystems.net/hfa

If you feel the need to complain please refer to our Complaints Procedure.