The Snarestone Parish Council provides your local services. We strive to make Snarestone a better place to live, work and play. Our website includes a wealth of information about how we conduct business and what we do. Use the search engine or browse the site to find whatever you are looking for. If you can't find the information you require then please contact us.

Our meetings are held in St Bartholomew's Church at 7.30 pm. (dates are published on the village notice board and on the village website)

All parish residents are welcome and encouraged to attend and contribute.

Our purpose in being, is to be your representative body in matters that impact you, the village and the parish. We want to promote positive activities and projects that benefit the village or parish in general. Should you have an idea or suggestion for a project and require support (time, talent or financial) contact one of the council members or come along to one of our meetings. We we will review any suggestions and determine if we should, and can, help. Whilst we are a small Parish/Village with very definite finite resource,s our goals are only limited by the amount of commitment and determination we can marshal as a community.

Let us work together for the benefit of Snarestone and all who live here.

Latest News

Mssage from Neighbourhood Watch

Scammers are cold calling at people's doors

Posted: Mon, 18 Mar 2019 10:34 by Mike Allen

URGENT SCAM WARNING

Neighbourhood Watch scam warning regarding TV licences

Posted: Thu, 14 Mar 2019 14:32 by Mike Allen

LOCAL COUNCIL ELECTIONS

Local elections: Elections for district and parish/town councillors across Leicestershire will be held on 2nd May, 2019. Anybody wishing to stand for the Snarestone Parish Council should contact the Elections Office at North West Leicestershire District Council on electreg@nwleicestershire.gov.uk (for the attention of Louise Scott) to request a nomination pack. Please note that the deadline for return of nomination documents is 4pm on Wednesday, April 3rd. These must be delivered by hand to the Returning Officer at the Council Offices, Coalville. More »

If at close of nominations there are fewer candidates than there are seats, those validly nominated candidates will be elected uncontested and a parish election will not be necessary. Should there be more candidates than seats then the electors of Snarestone will be able to vote to decide who will represent them on the Parish Council. All existing parish councillors are reminded that if they wish re-stand as a parish councillor they will also need to submit a nomination paper by the above deadline. » Less

Posted: Thu, 07 Mar 2019 13:17 by Mike Allen