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- firstname.lastname@example.org
Deputy Parish Council Manager Rachel Ayton- email@example.com
You can also keep in touch with us via our Facebook page, Twitter and Instagram by searching for @glenparvaparish.
The slide show features the War Memorial Hall entrance, Glen Parva Nature Reserve and The Ford, Glen Parva.
Glen Hills Library have so far received some fantastic decorations for their Deck the Railings project which aims to decorate the railings outside the library and Park Cafe for the month of December.
Completed decorations, which can be anything you choose, can be handed into the library during click and collect opening hours or you can attach them directly to the chord attached to the railings from Tuesday 1st December. Just ensure your decoration has a loop at the top so it can be attached securely to the chord. More »
Please help to spread the word and help bring some festive cheer to our wonderful community.
More information can be found on the library section of our website.
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Posted: Tue, 24 Nov 2020 12:41 by Rachel Ayton
Trading Standards have been informed of companies cold calling offering 'free surveys' to residents as part of the Green Homes Grant.
Following the Government launch of the Green Homes Grant, Trading Standards reminds residents to exercise caution if they are looking to use the grant for improvements to their homes.
The grant is an initiative to get homeowners to invest money in improving the energy-efficiency of their property. More »
If you have any concerns or feel you may have been a victim of a scam please report it to Trading Standards using the Citizens Advice Consumer Service on 0808 223 1133. » Less
Posted: Mon, 23 Nov 2020 11:03 by Rachel Ayton
Blaby District Council has volunteered to be a gateway for small businesses to take advantage of the Kickstart Scheme which helps those aged between 16-24 into job placements.
After the first businesses came forward, 39 applications have been sent to the scheme to get local people into work with some based at Blaby District Council.
To find out more, please see the attached news release.
The photo shows the Kickstart logo.
Posted: Fri, 20 Nov 2020 13:32 by Rachel Ayton