Annual Reports & Expenditure


The Local Audit and Accountability Act 2014 (the Act) governs the work of auditors appointed to smaller authorities. This summary explains the provisions contained in Sections 26 and 27 of the Act. The Act and the Accounts and Audit Regulations 2015 also cover the duties, responsibilities and rights of smaller authorities, other organisations and the public concerning the accounts being audited.


As a local elector, or an interested person, you have certain legal rights in respect of the accounting records of smaller authorities. As an interested person you can inspect accounting records and related documents. If you are a local government elector for the area to which the accounts relate you can also ask questions about the accounts and object to them. You do not have to pay directly for exercising your rights. However, any resulting costs incurred by the smaller authority form part of its running costs. Therefore, indirectly, local residents pay for the cost of you exercising your rights through their council tax.


Notice of Conclusion of Audit for the Year 31.03.19


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Public Rights Guidance 2018 2019



Town Council purchases

We’re always looking for opportunities to improve Weston-super-Mare in an environmentally friendly and sustainable way. Part of this involves being open and honest about our finances, so you can find all the details of our purchases for more than £500 below.

Finance and Audit Year Ending March 2017

Annual Return 2017

Notice of Conclusion of Audit 2017



Audited Accounts

Audited Accounts 2018


Audited Accounts

Audited Accounts 2017



Grants awarded

Grants awarded


Grants awarded

Grants awarded


For more information about how we manage our finances, visit our policies page. Alternatively, if you have a specific question, visit our staff page for details on how you can reach our Responsible Finance Officer.