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The plans are coming together nicely for this years summer gala which will be held on Saturday 5th August on Dorothy Avenue Playing Fields.
Between 2-5pm there is so much fun to be had! With a circus, stalls, bouncy castle, children's rides, dog show, animals for parties and refreshments to name a few of the exciting things on offer, there is something for everyone and we can't wait!
Between now and 5th August, we will keep you updated with plans, details and finishing touches. If you wish to have your own stall, or to find out more, call the parish council office on 0116 2771450.
Fri, 23 Jun 2017 11:26 by Rachel Ayton
Following the success of the recent creative writing session at Glen Hills Library on June 5th, there will be a new writing group starting on Tuesday 4th July from 6-7.30pm and every week thereafter.
Everyone is welcome to come along to the classes, whether you have lots of experience , or little.
To join in the creative writing group, pop down to Glen Hills Library, Dorothy Avenue, Glen Parva.
The cost is £3.00 per session. For more information call 0116 2787720. More »
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Fri, 23 Jun 2017 10:09 by Rachel Ayton
Following a meeting with Lucy Smith from Rural Community Council and Zoe Coulson from Blaby District Council, we have the following information regarding the Glen Parva Good Neighbour Scheme:
Firstly thank you to everyone who has volunteered to take part in the scheme to help reduce isolation and loneliness in older people in the area.
In order to move forward with the scheme, we need someone who is keen and able to run a committee, attend meeti...ngs and generally take on the organisational role and ownership to make it a success. Without someone in the driving seat, unfortunately it won't be a success. More »
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Wed, 21 Jun 2017 15:21 by Rachel Ayton