There were apologies from Councillors Head, Lyons and Clarke.
Chairman’s Announcements:  The CDC Peer Challenge had been held on 14 November at which Chairman Diane Bratt had spoken.
The Chairman announced with regret the resignation of Councillor David Griffiths who had been a Parish Councillor for many years and would be a great loss to the PC.
The CDC Parish Liaison Meeting had been held on 8 November
It was noted that a complaint submitted to the Information Commissioner’s Office by Mr N Davies about a possible data protection breach by the PC had not been upheld.
Open Forum:  Matters arising in the Open Forum included problems with aggressive dogs on the Lucy Plackett Playing Field and also the recovery of costs relating to the Judicial Review.  It was noted that this was a process that would take some time.
Reports from County and District Cluncillors: These were noted and there was a request for the VAS signs to be reinstated in Aynho Road.  Any complaints regarding anti-social behaviour should be reported by residents to either CDC, the Police or the Housing Association.
Planning: No observations had been made by the PC in respect of:
Mr and Mrs Tolson – Briarwood, Berry Hill Road
Mr Smith – Arboretum House, Horn Hill Road
Mrs Theresa Goss – Lucy Plackett Playing Field
Mr David Upton – Reynard House, Manor Road
Mr and Mrs Kenneth Lynes – 27 St Mary’s Road
Mrs Margaret Paterson – Honeystone House, Parsons Street
Mrs Alexandra Kippenberger – White House, Manor Road
Mr Peter Job – The Old Vicarage, Church Lane
Objections had been raised concerning:
Cherwell Valley Silos, Banbury Lane, Kings Sutton
Currently under consideration:
Mr Tim Catling – St Georges Catholic Church, Round Close Road
Mr Matt Huckson – 38 Twyford Road, Twyford
Finance: It was agreed to award a grant of £500 to Deddington Day Centre as it is attended by Adderbury residents.
It was agreed to increase the Cemetery fees by 5% for 2018/19.
A donation of £500 would be made to Christopher Rawlins Primary School towards the purchase of new equipment following the expansion and the school would be asked to submit an application for a grant in 2018/19.
A grant of £2000 was awarded to St Mary’s church towards the cost of the clock face repairs, subject to the full amount being raised.
Parish Council Matters:
The terms of reference for the Environment committee were approved.
There were no health and safety issues at the Lucy Plackett field, The Rise play area or the lakes.  A warning sign would be displayed at the lakes about windy weather conditions.
A report from the Trustees meeting of WFAC was noted.
Village Matters: 
There had been a response from CDC and OCC to the latest consultation process which needed to be discussed with CDC before they could appoint an examiner.
A report from FOCAL was noted.
It was agreed to install a new PC notice board in the Aynho Road area of the village and two further quotes would be obtained.
Running Club:  In response to a complaint was noted about damage at the Pavilion during the Running Club event in 2017 the Clerk would write to the APFootball Club and the Running Club asking for them to resolve the matter between themselves.  Once it had been resolved their representatives would be asked to confirm this with the Clerk.
Two new bollards would be purchased at the playing field and they would be installed.
Next Meeting:  16 January 2018 Church House 7.30 pm.

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