Broughton Astley Parish Council

Serving the people of Broughton Astley

Clerk: Debbie Barber
Council Office, Station Road
Broughton Astley, Leicester
LE9 6PT

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RCC Impact Magazine - New Edition

RCC logo colour

RCC Impact Magazine – July 2022

The Rural Community Council (RCC) are delighted to be getting in touch with the latest edition of the RCC Impact e-Magazine which provides an overview of our latest activities and the impact our charity has had over rural Leicestershire and Rutland over recent months. Impact can read for free online here – READ IMPACT.

You can also view and download a copy... Read More »

Posted: Fri, 29 Jul 2022 11:55 by Broughton Astley Parish Council Admin.

Tags: 2022, Charity, Communication, Health, Information, Newsletters, Rural Community Council, community, work

Royal Air Force Air Cadets - The Next Generation

Royal Air Force Air Cadets - The Next Generation

Royal Air Force Air Cadets - The Next Generation

Recruiting now!

Open Evening - Thursday 5th May 7:30pm

Tigers Road, South Wigston, Leicester LE18 2WS

Want a challenge? Come along!

Mondays and Thursdays 19:00-21:30

Ages from 12-20, but must be in year 8

Activities: Flying, shooting, DOFE award, camps, sports, Drill, first aid and many more!

Email: training1461@rafac.mod.gov.uk

Posted: Tue, 19 Apr 2022 10:45 by Broughton Astley Parish Council Admin.

Tags: 2022, Air Cadets, Communication, Health, Information, activities, community, youth

Rural Community Council Impact Magazine

Rural community Council Impact Magazine

RCC Impact Magazine – April 2022

We are delighted to be getting in touch with the latest edition of the RCC Impact e-Magazine which provides an overview of our latest activities and the impact our charity has had over rural Leicestershire and Rutland over recent months. Impact can read for free online here – READ IMPACT.

You can also view and download a copy via our website at https://www.ruralcc.org.uk/read... Read More »

Posted: Tue, 19 Apr 2022 10:18 by Broughton Astley Parish Council Admin.

Tags: 2022, Communication, Health, Information, Rural Community Council, community, neighbourhood

Together Against Cancer

Free support for cancer patients and their carers

Free Help and Support for Parishioners impacted by Cancer

I would like to introduce 'Together Against Cancer', (TAC), a local Leicestershire charity that helps people impacted by cancer. We can support Parishioners that desperately need physical, emotional, or practical help.

TAC's services are free of charge, online and in the 'Wellness Centre' to people who are affected by cancer. TAC's online 'Healing... Read More »

Posted: Thu, 31 Mar 2022 12:35 by Broughton Astley Parish Council Admin.

Tags: 2022, Charity, Community, Events, Health, Information

Foodbank Christmas Appeal

Foodbank Christmas Appeal

Dear Supporters,

We do hope that you are all safe and well as we move towards the end of the year once again. It has certainly been a turbulent year again but one in which we have been overwhelmed by your wonderful generosity.

We are so grateful to every one of you who has generously donated money and supplies to us as part of your Harvest celebrations. We have been very busy over the past weeks and... Read More »

Posted: Thu, 09 Dec 2021 13:55 by Broughton Astley Parish Council Admin.

Tags: 2021, Communication, Foodbank, Health, Information, community

Harborough Lifeline

Harborough lifeline can help to contact friends or a keyholder, contact GP, carers, meals on wheels,Request an ambulance, fire service or police.

What is Harborough Lifeline?

Harborough Lifeline offer an emergency alarm service for anyone who feels vulnerable or alone, whatever their age or needs. Our customers may include:

  • Those with physical disabilities.
  • Those with learning difficulties
  • Those who live alone
  • Those with Sensory Impairment
  • Those with limited mobility or those who are at risk of falling
  • Anyone who may feel alone or vulnerable for any... Read More »

Posted: Fri, 19 Nov 2021 09:54 by Broughton Astley Parish Council Admin.

Tags: 2021, Communication, Council, Harborough, Health, Information, community

Alcohol Awareness Week

Alcohol Awareness week

For Alcohol Awareness Week 2021 Leicestershire County Council will be hosting a day of free virtual workshops on Thursday 18th November. All the workshops have been developed to help people across Leicestershire understand the impact of alcohol on relationships. All events are available free of charge. To book your place, please click on the Eventbrite link and register your details and we will send... Read More »

Posted: Tue, 16 Nov 2021 12:55 by Broughton Astley Parish Council Admin.

Tags: 2021, Communication, Information, community, health

Leicestershire County Council Information and Advice on Halloween Waste

Halloween waste pumpkin picture

Communities across Leicester and Leicestershire are being urged to get involved to help prevent food and household waste this Halloween.

It's estimated up to 15 million pumpkins are binned in the UK every Halloween – but the flesh, seeds and even the stringy bits can be used to serve up some delicious treats instead. Once you have finished with your lantern, if it can't be eaten, it can go in... Read More »

Posted: Tue, 19 Oct 2021 09:56 by Broughton Astley Parish Council Admin.

Tags: 2021, Communication, Council, Health, Information, community

ALL-PARTY PARLIAMENTARY GROUP ON MICROPLASTICS

ALL-PARTY PARLIAMENTARY GROUP ON MICROPLASTICS

Alberto Costa MP – Member of Parliament for South Leicestershire

House of Commons

London

SW1A 0AA

Tel - 0207 219 4936 Email - alberto.costa.mp@parliament.uk

NEWS RELEASE

For Immediate Release

MP urges the Government to take tougher action on plastic

  • MP unveils report making key recommendations on tackling plastic pollution
  • The report is supported by over twenty cross-industry organisations
  • The holistic... Read More »

Posted: Thu, 23 Sep 2021 09:55 by Broughton Astley Parish Council Admin.

Tags: 2021, Communication, Health, Information, community

Dogs Die in Hot Cars

Dogs die in hot cars poster

Over the last week, police officers have been called to a number of incidents on the area where members of the public have noticed dogs left alone in vehicles during this period of extreme hot weather.

This is a reminder that leaving a dog in a car, no matter for how long is not acceptable.

Please take some time looking at the attached poster for information.

Posted: Tue, 15 Jun 2021 11:49 by Broughton Astley Parish Council Admin.

Tags: 2021, Health, Information, community