Glen Parva Parish Council

Serving the people of Glen Parva

Parish Council Manager: Jayne Pollard
Parish Council Office, Dorothy
Avenue, Glen Parva, Leicester
LE2 9JD

THE WAR MEMORIAL HALL REMAINS CLOSED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.

PARISH COUNCIL MEETINGS WILL BE HELD VIRTUALLY FOR THE FORESEEABLE FUTURE. AGENDAS WILL BE PUBLISHED ON THE WEBSITE IN DUE COURSE.

The Parish Office is CLOSED due to COVID-19.

You can contact Parish Council Manager Jayne Pollard via email- manager@glenparvaparishcouncil.org.uk

or

Deputy Parish Council Manager Rachel Ayton- admin@glenparvaparishcouncil.org.uk

You can also keep in touch with us via our Facebook page, Twitter and Instagram by searching for @glenparvaparish.

Latest News

A Guide on Claiming Universal Credit.

A Guide on Claiming Universal Credit.

Due to the impact of coronavirus, over 5.5 million people are now claiming universal Credit, many of whom are new to claiming, having been negatively impacted by the pandemic.

The government hope that Universal Credit will help make benefits easier for those claiming them. It comes as one payment with other benefits rolled into the one payment.

Find out more about Universal Credit and see if you are eligible to claim. More »

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Posted: Fri, 26 Feb 2021 09:50 by Rachel Ayton

Grounds Maintenance Tender for Glen Parva Parish Council.

Glen Parva Parish Council are looking to appoint a contractor to maintain the open space within the Parish.

Two contracts are to be awarded covering both grass cutting & hedge maintenance to playing field standards and maintenance of ecological areas including wooded areas.

For further details, please contact Deputy Parish Council Manager Rachel Ayton- admin@glenparvaparishcouncil.org.uk

Posted: Thu, 25 Feb 2021 13:21 by Rachel Ayton

Leicester City Council Announce Improvement Works.

Leicester City Council Announce Improvement Works.

Leicester City Council have announced that work is due to begin in March for improvements to the footpath between Everards Meadows and the Great Central Way.

Lasting up to four weeks, work will be carried out to provide more space on the footpath for walkers and cyclists.

The section of the path includes Blue Bank Bridge.

Some temporary footpath closures may be needed whilst this work is carried out. More »

For more information, please see the press release from Leicester City Council.

Photo Credit: Leicester City Council

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Posted: Thu, 25 Feb 2021 12:59 by Rachel Ayton