Agenda and minutes

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Apologies for Absence


There were no apologies for absence.


Disclosures of Interest

A copy of the Register of Interest for each Selby District Councillor is available for inspection at


Board members should declare to the meeting any disclosable pecuniary interest in any item of business on this agenda which is not (in the case of Selby District Councillors) already entered in their Register of Interests.


Board members should leave the meeting and take no part in the consideration, discussion or vote on any matter in which they have a disclosable pecuniary interest.


Board members should also declare any other interests. Having made the declaration, provided the other interest is not a disclosable pecuniary interest, the member may stay in the meeting, speak and vote on that item of business.


If in doubt, Board members are advised to seek advice from the Monitoring Officer.



There were no disclosures of interest.


Minutes pdf icon PDF 248 KB

To confirm as a correct record the minutes of the previous Funding Sub-Committee held on 4 September 2018.



The Sub-Committee considered the minutes of the meeting held on 4 September 2018.



To confirm as a correct record the minutes of the Funding Sub-Committee meeting held on 4 September 2018.



Funding Framework pdf icon PDF 342 KB

To note the Funding Framework against which funding applications will be considered.



The funding framework had been circulated with the agenda and was noted.



Funding Applications Received

To consider the funding application received.



The Funding Sub-Committee considered the following funding application:



Brotherton and Byram All Stars Junior Football Club,'Brotherton & Byram All Stars Junior Football Club New Goals', £1,000 pdf icon PDF 434 KB


The application was for £1,000 to provide two aluminium frame, goal posts complete with nets.


The Sub-Committee noted that the current goal posts were very old and unsafe, and that as well as the football club, the facilities were used by children from the village on a daily basis.  


The Sub-Committee considered the application against the funding framework and confirmed that it met the requirements, specifically:


·           That the application met at least two of the Community Development Plan (CDP) objectives (improving the quality of life for individuals across the Western CEF area and youth provision).


·           That the project would benefit the Community Engagement Forum (CEF) area including residents of the area; and


·           That the project would have extensive and detailed benefits for one or more defined groups in the CEF area.


Members of the Funding Sub-Committee were supportive of the application and agreed that the new posts would bring the club in line with the FA guidelines; and help to maintain provision of an affordable sports facility in the village for local children.



To recommend to the Partnership Board that a grant of £1,000 be approved towards delivery of the work outlined in the application, subject to consideration of the application by the Partnership Board.


Reasons for decision:


The application met the requirements of the funding framework and the Funding Sub-Committee was supportive of the application.