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Broughton Astley Parish Council provides YOUR local services. We strive to make Broughton Astley a better place to live, work and visit. Our website includes a wealth of information about how we conduct business and what we do. Use the search or browse the site to find whatever you are looking for. If you can't find what you want or would like to recommend any improvements to our website then please contact us.
Old Village Hall
Our Village Hall on Station Road
Allotment Wildlife Area
St Mary's Broughton Astley - Courtesy of B.Hubay
St Mary's Broughton Astley - Courtesy B.Hubay
Oak Bench Leisure Centre
Hedge Whip Planting at Frolesworth Road Cemetery
Oak tree planting on the Leisure Centre site.
Finished oak Tree Bench
St Mary's Broughton Astley - Courtesy of Barbara Hubay
Local Council Responsibilities And Who To Contact
DOG POO BAGS
The Parish Council has now ran out of its dog poo bag supply and will not be re-stocking them.
You are able to purchase these from most supermarkets or online retailers can deliver straight to your door. Nappy sacks make a great alternative.
Dog mess is unsightly and a health hazard. If you are a dog owner, you have a legal duty to clean up every time your dog messes in a public place. Please remember that your dog is your responsibility.
You may dispose of poo bags in any street bin.
Bringing you up to date community news with the
Broughton Astley Volunteer Group Newsletter
Out of Hours Incident Reporting Procedure
OUT-OF-HOURS INCIDENT REPORTING PROCEDURE
Major civil incident with loss of life e.g., gas explosion or major traffic accident.
Contact the emergency services.
General incident, not affecting Parish Council property or staff.
Contact the Duty Officer at the appropriate authority:
Harborough District Council (Planning, Waste Management, etc.) 01858 828282.
Incident affecting Parish Council property or staff.
Alert the Parish Manager – on 01455 285655 and leave a message if no reply.
Incident at the Village Hall e.g., burglar alarm activated.
Contact the Police (101) and the Parish Manager (01455 285655 and leave a message if no reply)
Office opening hours Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday 9.00am – 1.00pm
Out of Hours Policy and Procedures (PDF, 86 Kb)
Out of hours incident reporting procedure
Posted: Thu, 18 Aug 2022 09:35 by JB
Thursday 18th August 2022 3.00pm-5.00pm for ages 12-17 years.
Two skate coaches will attend the skate park to give guidance to existing skaters / riders / scooterers as well as providing skate boards & safety equipment to anyone wishing to try it out. More »
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Posted: Mon, 15 Aug 2022 10:30 by Broughton Astley Parish Council Admin.
Welcome to our 2022/23 GoLearn brochure!
Our new programme has been developed to meet a broad range of interests and personal goals. Whether you want to gain a qualification to progress your career or learn a new skill for your own wellbeing and personal development, we have something for you. In addition to our established programmes, we have an exciting range of new courses which may be of interest to you. More »
100s of online and face-to-face courses available county-wide, on days and times to suit you. FREE* English and Maths courses for adults FREE Employability courses*
If you would like a FREE career and learning advice appointment with one of our friendly Learning and Work Advisors, please email LALS.LWA@leics.gov.uk to book an appointment or call FREEPHONE 0800 988 0308
*Terms and conditions apply – charges may apply for ESOL
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Posted: Mon, 15 Aug 2022 08:56 by Broughton Astley Parish Council Admin.
Rural Coffee Connect has been travelling around rural Leicestershire and Rutland since 2019 popping up a safe and friendly space for people to enjoy a coffee, chat and build connections in their community. Initially funded by the National Lottery Community fund, Rural Coffee Connect was established as a project to tackle loneliness and isolation in rural communities. More »
Rural Coffee Connect has been so successful, it is no longer delivered as a stand alone project, but as a simple and effective concept underpinning the work of our charity and connecting people with a huge range of community activities, projects, advice, support and other services.
Everyone is welcome at Rural Coffee Connect and drinks are served completely free of charge. If you wish, you can make a donation to cover the cost of your coffee and to support our work.
Work.Live.Leicestershire (WiLL) helps people across rural Leicestershire back into work, training or job search.
We offer free job search support, volunteering, self employment support, online resources, CV writing, regular 1-2-1 mentoring and much more!
Contact our friendly team for more information
We look forward to meeting you for a coffee soon!
Frolesworth Road park
Spring/Summer opening times:
6:30 am - 9:30 pm 31st March until 1st October
NEW ANTI-CLIMB PAINT ON PARK GATES
As a result of anti-social behaviour, the tops of our park gates have been treated with anti-climb paint. This will cause damage to clothes and will be difficult to remove from hands, so please do not try to climb any of Frolesworth Road park entrance gates.
Notice of Conclusion of Audit (PDF, 50 Kb)
Notice of Conclusion of Audit