Glen Parva Parish Council

Serving the people of Glen Parva

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

  • Local Nature Reserve.

    Local Nature Reserve.


The Parish Office is CLOSED due to COVID-19.

You can contact Parish Council Manager Jayne Pollard via email-


Deputy Parish Council Manager Rachel Ayton-

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

Latest News

South Leicestershire Litter Wombles

As part of the Keep Britain Tidy 'Spring Campaign 2021', South Leicestershire Litter Wombles are hosting numerous localised Group picks which are open to anyone to attend.
This is an evening's stroll around our Parish and getting the streets cleaned up.

The Wombles will be meeting at Glen Parva War Memorial Hall at 6.30 on Friday 4 June.

Rubbish bags will be provided and we have some litter picking equipment to loan out. More »

A child friendly event.

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Posted: Fri, 28 May 2021 10:47 by Jayne Pollard

Blaby District Council News Release- Council Granted Dog Control Order.

A Countesthorpe resident has been ordered to muzzle their dog whilst out in public after the death of another dog earlier this year.

Under the Dogs Act 1871, Blaby District Council took action to obtain a Dog Control Order to prevent any further incidents.

To read the full news release, please see the attached document.

Posted: Thu, 13 May 2021 13:01 by Rachel Ayton

Notice of a Temporary Traffic Regulation Order.

Notice of a Temporary Traffic Regulation Order.

A Temporary Traffic Regulation Order (TTRO) has been made for Glenville Avenue, Glen Parva, to allow Severn Trent Water to undertake mains repair works.

The works commence on 11 May 2021 and is not anticipated to exceed a period of three days. The TTRO will incorporate a temporary road closure of Glenville Avenue on Thursday 13th May.

Leicestershire County Council are trialling the use of a QR Code to allow you to access the map and the restrictions which will be in place. The QR code can be found on the attached advance notice. More »

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Posted: Wed, 12 May 2021 09:41 by Rachel Ayton