Thorne Moorends Town Council is to meet virtually again tomorrow night (Tues 10 Nov) with next year’s budget and a request to install a borehole on the agenda.
The request to install a borehole comes from Thorne Community Angling Association which is looking to use the borehole as an alternative method to top-up the water level of the Delves ponds.
The angling club is also seeking permission to erect a fence around the site to help combat crime and anti-social behaviour.
A report to councillors says the club is seeking financial support from the town council for both projects. The report adds that the club also intends to apply for grant funding.
Councillors will also discuss a report from Town Clerk Matthew Gleadell in which he gives his initial thoughts about next year’s budget and the impact of coronavirus on council finances.
Among the other items on the ten point agenda are quotes for the digitisation of cemetery records and the adoption of data protection policies. Members will also be presented with a monthly finance report from the clerk.
Members of the public can attend the virtual meeting, on Tuesday 10 November at 7.00pm, which is held using Microsoft teams software. Details of how to join can be found on the town council website HERE along with the full agenda.