Snarestone Parish Council

Serving the people of Snarestone

Clerk: Anna Makin
6 Oak Close, Measham
Swadlinsote, Derbyshire
DE12 7JY

Tel: 07519 835941

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

VILLAGE FUN WALK

"WANTED ENTRIES FOR VILLAGE EVENT"

" TEAM ORIENTEERING / FUN WALK" SEP 12th P.M.

Outline; A walk, starting and finishing at the Conory Pavilion for a 2-3 hour circular route including cross country and road walking of approx. 4-5 miles. Finishing with some refreshments at the Pavilion.

It will include map reading, tasks, puzzle solving, and brain teasers, all aimed at an entertaining fun afternoon.

Date ; Sun Sep 12th P.M. More »

Family Teams / or Friends (min two / max four) will be provided with a map and instructions at the start, plus certain material, with results judged on completion.

To separate the teams they will be started at 5 min intervals and sent alternately Clockwise or Anticlockwise round the course. Start times will be advised before the day and teams should muster 15 min ahead for instructions.

Dogs permitted (under control near livestock and growing crops.)

The teams will be advised to provide ;

Good footwear / waterproofs / compass/ mobile T/P with camara / small empty sealed container / water / small rucksack or suitable bag / one high VIZ jacket if possible for the road section.

It will not be an SAS course but probably not suitable for the under

8 yr. olds.

In order to manage the event, we will restrict it to a maximum of 12 teams. The first twelve entries will be accepted. Each team must register at the latest by Sep 1st. providing a team Name and number in the team.

Registration to; r.e.walsh@btinternet.com

If you do not feal up to the walk maybe you could help judging or catering?

Early indications of intent to enter the walk or just volunteer, will help with the organisation and planning.

Bob Walsh. » Less

Posted: Sun, 12 Sep 2021 14:00 by Bob Walsh

Community First Responders

WEST LEICESTERSHIRE COMMUNITY

FIRST RESPONDER GROUP

HINCKLEY DISTRICT – MARKET BOSWORTH – MEASHAM

Snarestone Parish wish to extend their thanks to the local CFR group for their service in our area over the last year. The Parish Council have approved a donation of £200 to the group, who as all CFR groups, are totally self-funded volunteers. Attached ( in documents) is their report for the year 2020. You will see from the report that they cover a wide geographic area. Luckily Snarestone had only two call outs last year but again the CFR responders were there to render qualified first aid before the Ambulance service arrived.

Posted: Tue, 10 Aug 2021 09:15 by Bob Walsh

SNARESTONE IN BLOOM 2021

SNARESTONE IN BLOOM 2021

As you travel around our village we hope you will notice the preparations for this year's summer flower display are well under way. One or two of the planters are still displaying good colour from the winter planting and seem to want a little longer before the new plants are put in. Thanks to the stalwarts who have again volunteered to plant the beds this year we hope we will have a splendid summer showing.

Posted: Mon, 31 May 2021 14:47 by Bob Walsh