2019/06/03

 

3rd June 2019

12268    Unconfirmed Minutes of the Ordinary Meeting of the Silverdale Parish Council held in the Silverdale Institute on Monday 3rd June 2019.

12269   Present:  Councillors: Chairman –  T.G. (Terry) Bond, Vice Chairman – M.J. (Mike) Fletcher, City and Parish Councillor J. (June) Greenwell,  N. (Nigel) Ribbons, S. (Stephen) Wales, A.J. (Tony) Houghton, P. (Phil) Bickerstaff and J. (John) Bennett, the Clerk – L.D. (Denise) Challenor, the Deputy Clerk – G.R. (Gill) Ribbons, and four members of the public.

12270   Signing of the Declaration of Acceptance of Office.  The Clerk confirmed that Councillor Houghton had sent his Election Expenses, which was a legal requirement before he could join the meeting.   Councillor Houghton then signed the Declaration of Acceptance of Office.

12271    Apologies for Absence:   County Councillor P. (Phillippa) Williamson

12272    Declarations of Members’ Interests Relating to any Items Appearing on the Agenda  Councillor Ribbons declared an interest in item 20 on the agenda.

12273    Minutes of the Previous Meeting    The minutes of the Ordinary Meeting held on Thursday, 9th May 2019 were APPROVED.

12274    Receipt of Information about Matters Arising from the Minutes of Previous Meetings, not Covered by the Agenda 

12254   Artwork for the Railway electric box – Councillor Bennett had received information from the Cumbria Railway Partnership, that the Artwork may already be complete and there may be another piece of Artwork for Silverdale Station as well. 

12059(1/10/18)   Councillor Houghton raised the issue that the Noticeboard continues to be unsafe, the flimsy stays which keep it open are already showing signs of stress; it is hard to open and fix the supports single-handed and the heavy front dropping onto the person raising it remains a health and safety issue.  RESOLVED that the Clerk write to the manufacturers to raise these issues and remind them of the email sent to them on Oct 1st 2018 which highlighted the Council’s concerns at the time.  Councillors Bond and Houghton will also contact the Gaskell Hall committee to involve them in this issue.

12251f)  Correspondence regarding the Coastal footpath. As Councillor Houghton was not present at the last meeting he wished to comment on the emailed update on the Coastal footpath, which was a map showing the route through Silverdale as a proposal in development.  He mentioned that the landowners concerned had informed him that they had not been apprised of any developments or where the path was actually going over their land.

12275   Police Report

There was no representative from the police present at the meeting.  The Clerk emailed the Councillors prior to the meeting the following Police Report figures, which were obtained from their website http://www.police.uk as guided by Sergeant Lindsay Brown:

February 2019

March 2019

All crime

7

10

Anti-social behaviour

2

3

Bicycle theft

0

0

Burglary

1

1

Criminal damage and arson

0

0

Drugs

0

0

Other crime

0

0

Other theft

1

1

Possession of weapons

0

0

Public order

0

0

Robbery

0

0

Shoplifting

0

0

Theft from the person

0

0

Vehicle crime

1

0

Violence and sexual offences

2

5

The website also advises visiting ‘https://www.police.uk/shape/qKuPMg/ for more information including outcomes for these crimes and contact information for your local policing team’.

Councillors felt that this information was out of date and if the link was followed it was difficult to obtain any up to date information.  RESOLVED that the Clerk contact the Police team and invite them to the next meeting to demonstrate how this system works.

 12276   Matters Raised by Members of the Public for Future Consideration

A member of the public raised concerns over the parking issues in the village, they didn’t want visitors to the village deterred by no parking being available. They also pointed out that the Parish Council noticeboard had been wet inside.

Another resident was most concerned about safety of pedestrians, especially children in the area outside the library.  This was of concern at dropping off and picking up times at Bleasdale School, there is not enough room for all of the buses/taxis to wait in front of the school so they use the pavement in front of the Gaskell Hall and Library.  This is causing an obstruction on the pavement forcing pedestrians into the road and also Traffic problems. The resident had witnessed children and mothers with pushchairs having to use the road to get round the vehicles with the additional danger that the buses/taxis may pull out at any moment.  He requested that the Parish Council approaching Bleasdale School about this matter be on the agenda for the next meeting.

Councillor Bennett had invited Martin Humphrey to the meeting to speak in support of his S137 grant application for £120 to cover the cost of hire of the Gaskell Hall for the forthcoming Silverdale and Arnside Food Festival.  He told the Council that as in previous years the Festival was a success, providing a platform for local businesses to advertise themselves and promoting buying locally produced food and drink.  He stated that there were over 1000 people through the door last year. When questioned he stated that each commercial stall pays £15, overall costs are around £250, which includes the hall hire of £120 and is mainly for printing and advertising. 

12277  Report from County Councillor Phillippa Williamson.

There was no report from Councillor Williamson although she has been updating the Council via email.

12278    New City Councillor  Councillor Greenwell reported she had attended a lot of training events and induction meetings, but there was nothing to report on City Council matters. 

12279   Reports on any Meetings Attended by Members or the Clerk – none to report

12280   Assignment of members to remaining Parish Council duties    The Sports and Recreation duty is now defunct.  All other duties are covered.

12281  Election of members to Committees and representatives to other organisations. The Silverdale Institute will be deciding if they want a representative at their meeting on Thursday 6th June.    No-one came forward to be a representative on the Mansergh’s charity.  As the Council has had no communication from the Lancaster and District Sustainable Transport forum for some considerable time it is now regarding the organisation as defunct.

12282  Planning Matters

The following Planning application was dealt with under the provisions of Standing order 25a, and comments made as indicated: SL/2019/0353 Holgate’s Caravan Park, Middlebarrow Plain, Cove Road, Silverdale.  Extension to leisure building to incorporate additional swimming pool facilities and alterations to internal access arrangements – No comments to forward.

(b)  To consider the following Planning Applications: –

·         18/00380/FUL Amendment. The Corner House, Woodwell Lane.  Demolition of existing property and outbuilding, erection of replacement detached dwelling, alteration to vehicular access and associated landscaping. – Councillors could see little difference between this and previous applications.  Objections remain. The Parish Council concur with the Planning Officer, who recommended refusal of the original application, that the applicant is not responding to the changes necessary.  AGREED for the Clerk to submit detailed objections and suggestions to the Planning Officer, in essence; the Parish Council considers the scale and form of the proposal is still too large, dominant and insensitive for this important location within the AONB and in its opinion would still have an unacceptable impact.  Whilst the landscaping scheme is welcomed, it would be many years before the newly planted trees will be effective in softening and screening the site, therefore the basic design of the dwelling should still be acceptable.

·         19/00465/FUL Ridgeway Park, Lindeth Road.  Erection of a forestry building. No objections.

12283   Clerk’s report of any action (other than consideration of Planning Applications) taken under the provisions of Standing Order 25:

25(a)    Parish Council Property and Functions –  None

25(b)    Non-Parish Council Property – None

12284   Finance

a)  No income received.

            b) The following payments were authorised cheques signed for the following accounts:

·         British Gas, bacs payment £41.28

·         Paul Williams, toilets, £234.17, SO

·         Tim Lambert, Contractor, £420, Cheque 022041

·         Steve Lamb, website maintenance, £150, cheque 022042

·         UK host 4U, hosting service, £0

·         Envirocare, contractor, £312 cheque 022043

·         Thomas Graham & Sons (IRON&STEEL) Ltd, £136.38, cheque 022045

·         Waterplus, toilets, £103.19 bacs

·         L D Challenor, parts/Playdale for zip wire, online CC payment, £84.64 cheque 022045

·         Tony Houghton, lights for toilets, £22.08, cheque 022046

·         John Bennett, extra bearings for playground zip wire pulleys, (Simplybearings Ltd) £11.93 cheque 022047

·         LALC, training for two new Councillors £126. (plus travel costs later) cheque 022048

It was decided to wait for the invoice from D Wain before payment.

           c) S137 Grants  

·         It was agreed to grant the Silverdale Horticultural and Garden Society £130 for the native daffodil bulbs for the planting scheme.

·         Silverdale and Arnside Food Festival request for £120.  Councillors recommended that a small entry charge towards costs would be reasonable.  The Council suggested that they should be reducing the amount given as the event has become more popular and more able to sustain itself.

Standing orders were suspended to allow Mr Humphrey to respond.

Mr Humphrey wished for the event to be free entry and reiterated the points he made earlier in the meeting.  He felt the Parish Council should support this event.

Standing orders were reinstated.

It was AGREED to grant £30.

d) Following on from the application to have Councillor Fletcher added as a signatory, the Clerk asked the relevant Councillors to sign a letter; as Santander requires all signatories to sign a letter to confirm who should be on record as the current signatories. 

12285   Correspondence

Receipt of the following items of correspondence was noted and circulated:

a)Rural services Network Bulletin.

b)     Lancashire Council write about their Welfare Rights Service consultation.

c)Self/Community Build Event.  20/6/19 in Lancaster

d)    Clerk and Councils Direct publication.

e)Letter circulated regarding vehicles getting lost and stuck on The Row and the need for a sign. – this has been raised with the Scout Committee and they will sort the problem.

f)    Invitation to the next Trowbarrow meeting, 2.00-3.30 on Wednesday 26 June, meeting at the gate where the Trough meets Storrs Lane.

g)     Emails from Cllr. Williamson regarding: household waste centres; Nineteen Acre Lane and Electrical Charging points. Councillor Houghton mentioned that as part of the improvements at Nineteen Acre Lane /A6 the hard signage must be changed as it has directly caused a death and restricted view issues must also be addressed. AGREED Councillors Bennett and Houghton will raise this issue at their meeting with Mr Iddon and Councillor Williamson on the 4th June.

h)     A letter of complaint about speeding in the village.

i)    Do any of our Green Spaces qualify to be put forward for this initiative. Councillor Wales suggested the Cricket Field and will draft the application, Councillor Bennett suggested the Children’s Playground and he also will draft an application.

 

12286   Playground matters

·         Action taken on urgent matters – 1) decking in the Junior MultiGym has been repaired but all needs replacing as it coming to the end of its life.  To buy a complete ready to fit set would cost approx. £1200; however Councillor Bennett has sourced some appropriate boards at a cost of £300, Sealant at £40 plus delivery charges of £50.  As there is only £1000 in the playground budget, it was AGREED to allow up to £400 for these repairs and for Councillor Bennett to continue looking for a more cost effective alternative 2) After inspection Councillor Bennett recommends that the Wet pour eventually be replaced with the grass matting similar to that now under the zip wire.  Lancaster City Council Parks and Recreation department have indicated that it would be safe to do this in the toddler’s area. In other areas the wooden surround has become rotten and either needs replacing or the wet pour needs tapering off so that boards are not needed. Councillor Bennett will produce a report on the options and costs 3) The Picnic bench with concrete supports has been taken down. A replacement example costs £629.69, as there is not enough in the budget it was AGREED to defer replacement until next year unless the Council can find funds from: sponsorship, donations or a grant.

·         Parts for the zip wire are on their way; however to complete the job an 8 foot scaffold tower will be required to provide safe access. To reduce costs it was RESOLVED for Councillors to make enquiries with any local builders etc. with a view to borrowing a tower.

12287   Streetscape

SpIDs – Permission and advice is required for the siting of SpIDs within the village. Following an email from Alan Cox of the Safe and Healthy Travel Team, Lancashire County Council advising re SpIDs it was RESOLVED for the Clerk to write and invite him to a site meeting in Silverdale.  Councillor Bennett reported that he had been in discussion with a member of Milnthorpe Council, who have invited Silverdale Parish Council to meet with them to receive their recommendations and advice regarding SpIDs.  Councillor Houghton suggested that a subgroup is formed of interested parties both within and outside of the Council.

Defibrillators – the new defibrillator has been installed, however the paperwork to set it up needs completing, NWAS need to address this, as well as the fact that the defibrillator that was used at the Gaskell Hall has not yet been returned by NWAS.  AGREED for the Clerk and Councillor Houghton to liaise on communication to resolve these issues. Councillor Houghton advised that a third defibrillator is desirable, to be sited near the Bowling club and Children’s Playground, this will cover the Cove Road area of the village.  There is an amount of £ 3,102.74 remaining in the First Responders’ funds; Councillor Bond informed the meeting that a First Responders’ group is trying to restart, in which case they would be due the funds.  It was AGREED to give the First Responders two months to reform otherwise some of the funds should be spent on another defibrillator.  Councillor Houghton stated that he will raise the matter of defibrillators being sited on and powered by lampposts at his meeting with Mr Iddon on June 4th.

Benches – it was AGREED for the next phase of refurbishment of the following benches to commence in the autumn:

1)      Bench 2 – Bottoms Lane

2)      Bench 19 – at old bus stop

3)      Bench 20 – at old bus stop

4)      Bench 21 – at War Memorial

5)      Bench 24 – in Hollins Lane

This will have a cost of approx. £1200 plus the Parish Contractor’s time, this exceeds the budget and it was AGREED to vire the excess from Parish Council capital funds.

Parking – Bleasdale staff parking seems to be a problem, Councillor Ribbons reported that a member of the public has informed him that Bleasdale staff were parking on the junction of Emesgate lane and St. John’s Avenue, which was causing a hazard.  Bleasdale are seeking planning permission to further expand the school, shown on the plans is provision for staff parking , however staff have said they are not allowed to park in school grounds, in order to address these issues, the Council decided to seek a meeting with the Head teacher of Bleasdale School.  The Masonic Hall have offered their car park, when not in use , for overflow parking, however this arrangement needs firming up, suggest writing to the Gaskell Hall Committee to come to an agreement and then signage can be put in place at the hall. Sites near the centre of the village such as the Substation on Gaskell Close have historically been approached by the Council and are unwilling to change usage of or even sell their land. Parking is also preventing Emergency vehicles sufficient access.

Lighting issues – Councillor Houghton brought an example of the solar powered light for the Public toilets.

12288   Healthy Village Update

     a) It was noted that Councillor Bond is holding a sum of £440, which he was given for the Healthy Village project, which was raised at a recent Coffee Morning. He informed the Council that £30 had been used from this fund for hire of the Institute hall.  This was for two courses for local residents, run by Heart Start, in association with Cumbria First Responders.

     b)  A request from the fund for a grant of £65 has been made to obtain a licence for Film Club, which will be held in the Silverdale Institute.  AGREED for this amount to be given from the £440 detailed above. 

     c)  Lancashire County Council and the Library service have agreed that the Library Courtyard will be left open, with doors padlocked open for use by young people, residents of Silverdale and visitors.  Smoking and drinking is prohibited in this space.  A notice will be going up there to that effect.  Any suggestions or enquiries should be made at Silverdale.library@lancashire.gov.uk This space will be an unstructured meeting place and will be on a 6 month trial basis, a risk assessment has been completed.  It was AGREED to research a suitable small bin/wheelie bin for waste for the area from the Healthy Village fund held by Councillor Bond.  The bin will be emptied by the Bin men and the Caretaker will clean the area once a fortnight.

Following Councillor Fletcher’s suggestion of having a male and female representative of the younger generation attend Council meetings, an article was placed in Junes Parish Magazine asking for interested parties to get in touch with the Council.

12289  GDPR  Councillors noted the contents of the GDPR measures.  There was some uncertainty regarding showing signatures on the Parish Council website which the Clerk will seek to clarify from the relevant body.  It was noted that any projects which the Council begin are subject to GDPR and a meeting should be held to carry out a Data Protection Impact Assessment which will cover any issues which may arise and measures which need to be taken to protect those involved.

12290 Deputy Clerk‘s probationary period  Councillor Bond proposed that the Deputy Clerk had carried out her duties satisfactorily and should continue, this was unanimously AGREED

12291   Community Safety and Resilience Group.  – It was noted that the Word files for the Emergency Plan have now been received from David Sandiford.  The Clerk and Councillor Bennett can now organise to replace /renew the card for satellite phone.  The Clerk was asked to contact Care services coming in to Silverdale on their plan for caring for the vulnerable in Silverdale if they were unable to get into Silverdale by road; including Cumbria View Care, SGH Homecare and Cove House.

Generator – Councillor Bennett has tried repeatedly to get a response regarding the Safety, Care and Maintenance of the Hyundai generator, he will continue escalating this issue.

Councillor Houghton reported that the B4RN generator at the church will be trialled soon.  It was noted that Cove House and Bleasdale School have their own generators.

12292   Fairtrade Village  after discussion a vote on whether this Council supports Silverdale becoming a Fairtrade Village was proposed by Councillor Wales which was seconded by Councillor Bond.  Voting was as follows: 1 in favour, 4 against and 3 abstentions.

12293  External Works Chart  No updates were available.

12294   Items for information (no decisions or actions permitted)

Councillor Fletcher reported his concerns regarding the appearance of the village with regards to weeds growing in the gutters and pavements.

Councillor Bond showed the Council some information and pricing for Speed awareness Wheelie Bin stickers.  He has estimated 260 stickers would be needed to cover Stankelt Rd, Emesgate Lane, Shore Rd, The Row and Lindeth Rd.  These are purchasable from Smartwheelie.co.uk, the price for 300 would cost in the region of £260.

12295  Suggestions for Future Agenda Items

1.      Community Safety and Resilience Group progress update

2.      SpIDs

3.      Parking

4.      Bleasdale School buses causing a hazard

12296   Date of Next Meeting

It was noted that the date of the next meeting is Monday 1st July 2019.  Items for the agenda and copies of reports to reach the Clerk before Monday 24th June 2019.

 

 

AGENDA – SILVERDALE PARISH COUNCIL

Councillors are hereby summoned, and members of the public are invited to attend a

Parish Council Meeting on Monday 3rd  June, 2019, in the Silverdale Institute, Spring Bank, Silverdale, for the purposes detailed in the following Agenda:

1   To receive apologies for absence.

2     To receive declarations of Members’ interests relating to any items appearing on the agenda.

3     To approve the Minutes of the Meeting held on 9th May 2019.

4     To receive information about matters arising from the Minutes of previous meetings, not covered by the Agenda.

5    To receive a routine local Police Report.

6     To hear matters raised by Members of the Public for future consideration. Note: Members of the Council are not permitted to respond, except to ask questions for the purposes of clarification only.

7    To receive a report of any relevant matters from County Cllr Phillippa Williamson

8   To receive a report of any relevant matters by City Councillor June Greenwell.

9    To receive verbal reports from any meetings attended by Members, or the Clerk (verbal reports are only acceptable where no decision, or action, is required).

10  To consider assigning remaining Parish Council duties. (List provided below agenda)

11  To elect members of committees and representatives to other organisations still unfilled. (List provided below agenda)

12   Planning Matters:

(a)  To note that the following Planning Application were dealt with under the provisions of Standing Order 25a:  Holgates

Hollins Caravan Site and Park Extension to leisure building to incorporate additional swimming pool facilities and alterations to internal access arrangements.(from weekly bulletin 2/5/18) – No comments to forward.

(b)  To consider the following Planning Applications: –

·         18/00380/FUL Amendment. The Corner House, Woodwell Lane.  Demolition of existing property and outbuilding, erection of replacement detached dwelling, alteration to vehicular access and associated landscaping. (Emailed 28/5/19)

·         19/00465/FUL Ridgeway Park, Lindeth Road.  Erection of a forestry building. (Emailed 28/5/19)

13 To receive the Clerk’s report of any action (other than consideration of Planning Applications) taken under the provisions of Standing Order 25:

25(a)  Parish Council Property

25(b)  None Parish Council Property

14  Finance

a)  To conduct the monthly check of all money received by the Council (bank statements to be inspected by a Member who is not a Bank Signatory, or more than one such Member).

b)  To authorise payment and sign cheques for the following accounts:

·         British Gas, bacs payment £41.28

·         Paul Williams, toilets, £234.17, SO

·          Tim Lambert, Contractor, £420, Cheque

·         Steve Lamb, website maintenance, £150, cheque

·         UK host 4U, hosting service, £0

·         Envirocare, contractor, £312 cheque

·         D Wain, grass cutting (awaiting invoice as per tender)  cheque

·         Thomas Graham & Sons (IRON&STEEL) Ltd, £136.38, cheque

·         Waterplus, toilets, £103.19 bacs

·         L D Challenor, parts/Playdale for zipwire, online CC payment, £84.64

·         Tony Houghton, lights for toilets, £22.08, cheque

·         John Bennett, extra bearings for playground zip wire pulleys, (Simplybearings Ltd) £11.93

·         LALC, training for two new Councillors £126. (plus travel costs later) cheque

c) S137 Grants

·         To consider giving a grant of £130 to the Horticultural Society for the planting of native daffodils.

·         Silverdale and Arnside Food Festival 2019 request a grant of £120 to cover one days Hall hire and enable free entry.  (See email 21/5/19)

15 To consider the following items of correspondence received since the last meeting and to determine what, if any, action should be taken:

a)Rural services Network Bulletin. (Emailed to Cllrs. 8/5/19, 21/5)

b)     Lancashire Council write about their Welfare Rights Service consultation. (Emailed to Cllrs. 8/5/19)

c)Self/Community Build Event.  20/6/19 in Lancaster. (Details emailed to Cllrs. 11/5/19)

d)    Clerk and Councils Direct publication.

e)Letter circulated regarding vehicles getting lost and stuck on The Row and the need for a sign.(Emailed 6/5/19

f) Invitation to the next Trowbarrow meeting, 2.00-3.30 on Wednesday 26 June, meeting at the gate where the Trough meets Storrs Lane. (To Cllrs. 14/5/19)

g)     Emails from Cllr. Williamson regarding: household waste centres; Nineteen Acre Lane and Electrical Charging points. (Emailed to Cllrs. 17/5/19)

h)     A letter of complaint about speeding in the village. (Emailed to Cllrs. 23/5/19)

i)    Do any of our Green Spaces qualify to be put forward for this imitative. (Emailed 28/3/19)

16  Playground

·         To receive a report on any urgent actions that have been taken and to consider any other  issues raised in either the Lancaster CC quarterly, or Parish weekly inspections.

·          To receive an update on zip wire pulley/ bearing replacement and the inspection of the zip wire structure/cable/mechanisms.

·         To consider a proposal to replace all remaining original areas of deck panel on both Multi-tower units.

·         To consider a proposal for a replacement picnic table/bench.

·          To consider and discuss the Playground Monthly Support document from Cllr. Bennett. (Emailed 28/5/19)

17  Streetscape

·         Road Safety / SPID’s – To give a progress report.

·         To receive an update on the Defibrillators

·         To consider the report (circulated) recommending the next phase of Parish Bench reworks.

·         To discuss Parking problems and possible solutions.

18  Healthy Village

     a) To acknowledge that the Chairman has been given funding for the Healthy Village project of £440.   

     b)  To request from the fund for a grant of £65 to obtain a licence for Film Club. 

     c)  To update on use of space next to the library for young people. .

     d)  To consider the possible purchase of a small litter bin for that area.

19  GDPR. To note the current document and what further measures need to be taken. (Emailed 28/5/19)

20  To note the Deputy Clerks probationary period ends soon and to confirm her status and contract.

 21  To receive an update on the Emergency Plan

·         To note the Word files for the Emergency plan have now been received from David Sandiford, allowing SPC to complete/update them.

·         To report on difficulties obtaining information and support regarding the Emergency Generator from Hyundai Power Products UK

22    To consider whether to support the proposal for the village to become a Fairtrade Village as previously proposed in April’s meeting.

23  External Works Progress Report –  No updates to 26.

24  To note any “Items for Information” (no decisions or action permitted)

25  To receive items for consideration for a future agenda.

26  To note that the date of the next meeting is Monday 1st July 2019.  Items for the agenda and copies of reports to reach the Clerk before 24th June.

Signed:

Mrs L D (Denise) Challenor,  Clerk to the Council, 01524 761824

Parish Council Duties:

GDPR (Data Protection Officer) – N. Ribbons

Health and Safety Group – J. Bennett and S. Wales

Woodland Working Group – P. Bickerstaff, T. Bond and T. Houghton

Wells and Quarries – P. Bickerstaff, T. Bond and T. Houghton

Road Safety – M. Fletcher, J. Bennett and T. Houghton

Sports and Recreation

Defibrillator (Installations Care/Records) – T. Houghton

Playground – J. Bennett, N. Ribbons and P. Bickerstaff

Emergency equipment and operating plans – Group including J. Bennett, S. Wales and T. Bond

Streetscape – Clock, seats, bus shelter, noticeboards etc.  – M. Fletcher, J. Bennett and T. Houghton

Highways – Liaison with LCC – M. Fletcher, J. Bennett and T. Houghton

           

Representatives to outside organisations:

Morecambe Bay Partnership    – J. Greenwell

Lancaster and District Sustainable Transport Forum   

Silverdale United Charities – J. Greenwell

Mansergh’s Charity   

AONB Executive Committee.  – S. Wales

LAPTC – Lancaster Area Committee    – T. Bond

Archbishop Hutton Trust (changes to Ray Halliday, 732391) – T. Bond

The Silverdale Institute

Friends of Silverdale Station – M. Fletcher