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

WAR MEMORIAL HALL 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 War Memorial Hall and Parish Office are 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.

Please keep yourselves safe and well.

Latest News

Dorothy Avenue Play Area Remains CLOSED.

Dorothy Avenue Play Area Remains CLOSED.

The play are and gym equipment on Dorothy Avenue Playing Fields remain CLOSED until further notice.

Due to the extended lockdown in Glen Parva, it has been necessary to keep the play and gym equipment out of use. We appreciate your cooperation and ask that you please respect he closure in the interests of everyone's health and safety.

To report a possible breach of COVID-19 measures, please report online to Leicestershire Police or call 101.

Posted: Thu, 02 Jul 2020 12:25 by Rachel Ayton

Glen Parva Included in Localised Lockdown.

Glen Parva Included in Localised Lockdown.

Glen Parva is included in the extended lockdown as cases of COVID-19 increase in Leicester.

Please stay safe, stay at home and continue to follow the guidelines set by the government.

You can read more on the BBC East Midlands website.

The photo shows a map of areas affected in Leicester which also includes Braustone Town, Glenfield, Leicester Forest East and Thorpe Astley in the Blaby District and the whole of Oadby and Wigston.

Posted: Tue, 30 Jun 2020 10:50 by Rachel Ayton

Leicestershire Trading Standards- Counterfeit Money Scam.

Leicestershire Trading Standards- Counterfeit Money Scam.

Residents are urged to be aware of a scam where individuals cold call a number claiming to be from the Council checking the validity of installed lifelines.

Once in the home, the individual makes conversation about fake money in circulation. Consumers then give the individual money to check if they are counterfeit. The individual makes an excuse to leave the room and leaves with the money.

Please be aware of this scam and be vigilant. More »

The photo shows the Leicestershire County Council Trading Standards logo. » Less

Posted: Tue, 30 Jun 2020 10:09 by Rachel Ayton