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
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
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
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
NOV 8th 11.0a.m.
This year due to the covid virus we will not gather at the War Memorial to observe our village service in the traditional manner. This does not mean we will neglect to pay our respects and remember the fallen. This year on Sunday November 8th at 11.0 a.m. we intend to film the reading of the names and the prayer and the laying of the wreath and link it to face-book... Read More »
Posted: Fri, 23 Oct 2020 10:21 by Bob Walsh
To anyone in the village who is self isolating and in need of help there are people who will assist, from the Tote Group or the parish Council. Don't struggle, reach out and make contact if you need us. My T/P No is 01530273505. I may not be able to be the one to help you but I could help find someone who can. Bob Walsh.
Posted: Wed, 25 Mar 2020 09:40 by Bob Walsh
Be aware the Bosworth Road is flooded where the road dips by the Gilwiskaw brook.
Posted: Sun, 16 Feb 2020 10:01 by Bob Walsh
The Council heard from Philip Metcalfe, Green Infrastructure & Planning Officer for The National Forest, regarding the potential purchase of this area by The National Forest.
Philip explained that The National Forest is always keen to purchase land across the district to plant trees and make more green spaces more attractive.
It is looking to acquire 190 acres of the Minora site to plant trees, and... Read More »
Posted: Tue, 29 Oct 2019 07:16 by Anna Makin
We thank everyone who has updated the parish on the recent suspicious behaviour; rural crime is a priority for both the district council, and our PCSOs.
We can deter thieves further by taking our home and personal security seriously and using the Community Safety Scheme. This is an ongoing initiative while district funds last, and is free!
Please take a look on the attached document and come along to... Read More »
Posted: Tue, 22 Oct 2019 14:08 by Anna Makin
A prohibition of waiting and loading is required on both sides of Main Street between No.8 and No.20 on the 22nd October 2019 for one day. Works are scheduled to take place between 09:00 and 15:00.
Please see attachments for map and more details
Posted: Tue, 15 Oct 2019 19:40 by Anna Makin