Friday, 10 July 2020

Break even

BENSON Parish Council should still be financially secure after the coronavirus crisis finishes.

Councillor Rob Jordan told a virtual council meeting that it had a surplus of £69,000, which he estimated was also its likely loss in a year as a result of the pandemic.

The council had fixed costs, such as salaries, and some semi-variable costs such as energy bills. It was also losing income from the parish hall, youth hall and pavilion but revenue from its allotments was protected.

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