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The Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government has requested that all local authorities publish on their web site details of all payments made in excess of £500.  In order for complete transparency Tidenham Parish Council will, from January 2011, publish the Monthly Financial Sheet issued at each full Council meeting.  This sheet identifies monies held at the beginning of the financial year (1st April), income and expenditure for the year together with the current balances in the Council accounts.  Each individual sheet identifies the cheques which are being authorised in that month and for which approval is being sought.

Recent financial statement

Statement here

Other financial statements can be obtained from the Parish Clerk upon request.

Annual Return 2016/2017

Notice of Date of Commencement of Period for the Exercise of Public Rights – Accounts for the Year Ended 31 March 2017

Annual Return 2015/2016

Tidenham Parish Council’s Internal Auditor’s Report and Annual Return for year ended 31 March 2016 may be viewed here.

Internal Auditor’s Report

Annual Return Part 1        Part 2


Annual Return 2014/2015

Tidenham Parish Council’s Internal Auditor’s Report and Annual Return for year ended 31 March 2015, including External Auditor’s Certificate and Report may be viewed here

Internal Auditor’s Report Part 1      Part 2

Annual Return


Quality Parish Council status

Tidenham Parish Council was proud to be one of only four parishes in Gloucestershire and only one of five hundred and fifty parishes in the country to have been awarded Quality Parish Council status in 2008.
In order to achieve this status, a portfolio of the Council’s procedures, aims and ambitions had to be compiled and then approved by the Gloucestershire Association of Parish and Town Councils under guidelines set by the National Association of Local Councils and the Department for the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA).
The status is held for four years when a further portfolio has to be approved to ensure that all procedures continue to fulfill the stringent guidelines set by legislation.  The Council decided not to proceed to apply for re-accreditation in 2012 as the perceived benefits to QPS Councils had not materialized and also due to the quite substantial costs involved.  However the procedures adopted by Council continue to conform as closely as possible to the standards required for such status.

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