Snarestone Parish Council

Serving the people of Snarestone

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

Tel: 07519 835941

Latest News

TEMPORARY TRAFFIC REGULATION ORDER

TEMPORARY TRAFFIC REGULATION ORDER

Botts Lane, Snarestone Road; Appleby Magna

Leicestershire County Council Highways has agreed to a Temporary Traffic Regulation Order at the above location. A road closure is required on Botts Lane on the 18th October 2021 for 10 days, and Snarestone Road on the 23rd October 2021 for two days.

The Temporary Traffic Regulation Order will be implemented for public safety... Read More »

Posted: Thu, 07 Oct 2021 14:44 by Anna Makin

Tags: Road Closure Notice

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... Read More »

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

Tags: Community, Latest News

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... Read More »

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

Tags: Community, District

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... Read More »

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

Tags: Community, Neighbourhood

NEW ** Snarestone Parish Clerk

After an outstanding period as our parish Clerk Annie Callingham has stood down to pursue new ventures. We have been lucky to acquire a new very experienced Clerk in Alixe Taylor, who we are confident will continue to guide us.

Posted: Mon, 31 May 2021 10:00 by Anna Makin

Tags: Parish

PARISH COUNCIL MEETING DATE AMEDMENT

Please note that the 5th April parish council meeting has been moved to the following Monday 12th April.

The time is unchanged at 7:30pm

Posted: Wed, 10 Mar 2021 13:05 by Anna Makin

Tags: Latest News

THEFT OF NEW PARISH SPEED CAMERAS

After a considerable investment of two Speed Indication Devices (SIDs) to aid traffic calming in and around the village, it is with great sadness and frustration that within a week of being installed, that one has already been stolen.This has been reported to the police, however, if anyone knows anything, or saw anything around Thursday last week, please let one of the parish councillors know, or e-mail... Read More »

Posted: Mon, 21 Dec 2020 19:47 by Anna Makin

Tags: Latest News, Local, Neighbourhood

COVID 19 Newsletter from NWLDC & Tier 3 Guide

Please find attached the latest COVID - 19 Newsletter from NWLDC and the Tier 3 guidelines

Posted: Mon, 30 Nov 2020 10:25 by Anna Makin

Tags: Community, Latest News

WHO CAN WE HELP?

SNARESTONE VILLAGE COMUNITY

We're sitting here in lock down we've been waiting for the news

Tier three is where we're being put, despite the many views

But now's the time to show our grit to stand up tall and bold

To all join hands (if virtually) from the youngest to the old

Gird your loins, tighten your belts and then pull up your socks

Don't sit around, don't moan or groan don't even watch the clocks

Let's... Read More »

Posted: Fri, 27 Nov 2020 10:40 by Bob Walsh

Tags: Neighbourhood, Parish

PLEASE CLEAN UP AFTER YOUR DOG

The popular dog route walks in and around our village are being blighted by people who fail to clean up after their dogs. It is quite normal for dogs to do what they do, that is partly why we take them walks. It is NOT acceptable however to fail in cleaning up after them. Please if you are guilty of this antisocial behaviour PLEASE think of others and change your ways.

"The lament of the Dog Poo Fairy"... Read More »

Posted: Mon, 23 Nov 2020 09:09 by Bob Walsh

Tags: Neighbourhood, Parish, information

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