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Plumtree Parish Council owns, and is responsible for, the following land and assets:
|Description||Location||Date acquired||Cost||Present use|
|Pinfold||Near junction of Cotgrave Road and Melton Road (A606)||Unknown||£1 (nominal)||Community garden [photo 1] [photo 2]|
|Disused phone box||Junction of Main Road and Church Hill||2014||£1||Free library [photo]|
|Bench||Old Melton Road||2011||£700||Public seating [photo]. See notes.|
|Bench||Junction of Main Road and Church Hill||Unknown||£350||Public seating [photo]|
|Village sign ‘Plumtree 2000’||Junction of Main Road and Church Hill||2000||£750||Millennium commemoration [photo]|
|Parish Council notice board||Junction of Main Road and Church Hill||Unknown||£1,036||Parish notices [photo]|
|Chairman's Badge of Office||Resides with the Chairman of the council||Unknown||£510|
|Beacon (half-owned with Normanton-on-the-Wolds PC)||2016||£149||Purchased for HM Queen Elizabeth II 90th Birthday celebrations. See notes.|
Notes: This public seat was donated to the Parish Council by Nottinghamshire County Council as part of Local Improvement Scheme at the cost of £700.00 during 2010/2011 financial year.
The Beacon cost of £298 was shared with Normanton-on-the-Wolds Parish Council.