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Hugglescote and Donington le Heath Parish Council

Serving the people of Hugglescote, Donington le Heath, and parts of Snibston

Clerk: Simon Weaver
71 Main Street, Thringstone, Coalville, LE67 8ND

Tel: 01530 222348

Welcome to Hugglescote
& Donington Le Heath
Parish Council

Welcome to this website.

We hope you find the information helpful, please contact the Clerk for any specific help or information not detailed on these pages or any other query you may have.

The Parish has a total population of approximately 4400 residents and falls under the local government of North West Leicestershire District Council and Leicestershire County Council.

The Council is made up of nine Councillors who help administer the affairs of the Parish, with a part time clerk. The Parish isdivided into 2 electoral wards:

St John's: 4 Councillors representing a voting population of 1404

Ian Abbott, Russell Johnson (Chair), Jill Springthorpe and one vacant position.

(if interested in joining the Council please contact the Clerk).

St Mary's: 5 Councillors representing 1920 people

John Ross-Foden, Louise Ross-Foden, Ian Hurst, Will Jennings (Vice Chair), Mark Tudor

Council meetings are held on the third thursday in the month. Members of the public are welcome to attend.

Parish Council News

Next Parish Council Meeting

The next meeting of the Parish Council is to be held on Thursday 15 October 2015 commencing at 7.30pm. Meetings are held in the Community Centre Hugglescote.

Speed Watch 28 September -12 October

The next Speed Watch exercise is taking place during the period 28 September to 12 October 2015.If any one is interested in joining existing volunteers in becoming involved in the scheme please contact any Parish Councillor or the Clerk. (minimum age 18)

Training is being held on 1 October at the Community Centre commencing at 7pm. If interested in assisting please come along.

The more people that become involved the more flexibility and ultimately more speed checks can be undertaken. A minimum of two people are required for each session.

From the data collected in 2013 the highest recorded speed was 52 mph and in 2014, 56mph nearly twice the legal limit so there is still a lot of work to be done.

Litter pick & Parish tidy up Saturday 3 October 2015

If willing to help please meet at the Community Centre for 10.00 am

Please let any Councillor or Simon know if there are any areas that needs attention

Parish Council Co-option

Co-option of Parish Councillors

There is a vacancy for a Councillor by co-option to join the Council

For more information please contact Simon or any Councillor. See the links opposite for Council Co-option information.