Thurmaston Parish Council

Serving the people of Thurmaston

Thurmaston Parish Council

Clerk: Alixe Taylor
Elizabeth Park Sport Centre
Checkland Road, Thurmaston
Leicester LE4 8FN

Tel: 0116 269 6347

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THURMASTON PARISH COUNCIL

Elizabeth Park Sports & Community Centre

Elizabeth Park

Checkland Road

Thurmaston

NOTICE OF A VACANCY IN THE OFFICE OF PARISH COUNCILLOR FOR THE THURMASTON EAST WARD

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to Section 87(2) of the Local Government Act 1972 that Councillor David Atterbury has resigned and thereforea casual vacancy exists in the Office of Councillor for the above Parish Ward.

On receipt of a request in writing from any ten local government electors for the said parish, an election to fill the vacancy will be held within sixty days. If no such request is made the vacancy will be filled by the Parish Council by co-option.

Requests for such an election should be addressed to The Returning Officer, Charnwood Borough Council, Council Offices, Southfield Road, Loughborough, Leicestershire to arrive by not later than 14 days after the date of publication of this notice.

Date: 15th June 2022

A A Taylor

Signed:

Parish Manager

Notice of Interim Review of Polling Districts, Polling Places and Polling Stations

Notice is hereby given that the Council is conducting an interim review of the polling districts, polling places and polling stations that fall within its boundaries. Our local review follows on from the Local Government Boundary Commission for England (LGBCE) review of the electoral wards of Charnwood. Recommendations from the LGBCE regarding the Charnwood boundary review can be found at Local Government Boundary Commission for England Consultation Portal (lgbce.org.uk).

The Returning Officer will comment on the existing arrangements and any proposed changes to polling districts, polling places and polling stations.

Anyone having an interest in this review is encouraged to submit comments and, where applicable, alternative proposals. The Council welcomes views from all residents and organisations in the Borough. The Council particularly welcomes views regarding accessibility for disabled voters, in particular from bodies or persons with experience or expertise on these issues.

Representations can be made by email to electoral.services@charnwood.gov.uk or by post to: Electoral Services, Charnwood Borough Council, Southfield Road, Loughborough, LE11 2TX. Representations should be made no later than Monday 3rd October 2022.

This notice, the Returning Officer's proposals, all review documents, and any representations received will be published on the Council's website at Polling stations, districts and places - Charnwood Borough Council.

The timetable which will be followed is:

Date

Detail

Tuesday 3rd May 2022

Publication of the Notice of Review and commencement of the review. Start of the public consultation period.

By Thursday 30th June 2022

Publication of the Returning Officer's comments and proposals.

Monday 3rd October 2022

Deadline to submit representations. End of consultation period.

Monday 7th November 2022

Final proposals presented to Full Council.

Monday 28th November 2022

Publication of the Polling Districts, Polling Places and Polling Stations review.

Thursday 1st December 2022

Publication of the revised register.

Dated: Tuesday 3 May 2022

Support For Ukraine

The Council condemns the Russian invasion of Ukraine and stands in solidarity with the people of Ukraine. Please visit Charnwood Borough Council for ways to show your support:

Support for Ukraine - Charnwood Borough Council

Road Closures

Temporary Traffic Regulation Orders (TTRO) are made the following locations:

Barkbythorpe Road, Thurmaston / Troon
Leicestershire County Council Highways and Leicester City Council have agreed to a TTRO at the above location. A TTRO is required on Barkbythorpe Road from 7th March 2022 for up to 24 weeks. The works / road closures will be undertaken in the following phases:
- Phase One - Road closed between Mountain Road and Warren Avenue from 7th March 2022 for s. Access maintained to Warren Avenue via Coleford Road or Barkbythorpe Road.
- Phase Two - Road closed between Warren Avenue and Knightwood Road from 4 April 2022 for 5 weeks. Access to Knightwood Road via Barkbythorpe.
- Phase Three - Road closurd between Knightwood Road and King Street (Barkbythorpe) from 9th May 2022 for 15 weeks.

A temporary 30mph speed restriction will be enforced on Barkbythorpe Road between the 30mph de-limit at Barkbythorpe to the 30mph speed restriction at the County Boundary. Temporary "Prohibition of Waiting and Loading at any time" restrictions will be enforced on both sides of the carriageway between Cannock Street (Troon) and King Street, Barkbythorpe. The TTRO will be implemented for public safety to allow M + J Evans Construction Limited undertake works to install new Foul pipes, new water pipers, new Manholes and new accesses in relation to the new development. The proposed alternative diversion route will be via: Humberstone Lane, A607 Newark Road, Barkbythorpe Lane and vice versa. The works can be viewed at https://one.network/?tm=GB127022309

TEMPORARY TRAFFIC REGULATION ORDER:- A607 NEWARK ROAD, THURMASTON

Leicestershire County Council Highways has agreed to a Temporary Traffic Regulation Order at the above location. A temporary 30mph speed restriction is required on Newark Road from 19th April 2022 for 3 nights, 20:00 till 06:00 each night. The restriction will be enforced, North Bound and South Bound, between the junction of Checkland Road and the junction of Pontylue Way. During the works, temporary lane closures will be utilised at the same locations. The Temporary Traffic Regulation Order will be implemented for public safety to allow Leicestershire County Council undertake coring works of the Highway. The works can be viewed at https://one.network/?tm=GB128175725

Latest News

History of Thurmaston Exhibition

Posted: Wed, 01 Sep 2021 14:17 by Carl Walsh

Thurmaston Heritage Group Presents "A History of Thurmaston"

Particularly related to St. Michaels Church 800th Anniversary
Saturday September 11th 10am-4pm at St. Michaels and All Angels Church, Thurmaston, Leicester. More »

Plus a Military Memorabilia Display and advice on researching your family history. Refreshments available all day. » Less

Thank You and Welcome

Posted: Thu, 12 Aug 2021 10:54 by Carl Walsh

Article by Cllr. Mark Lowe, Chairman - Thurmaston Parish Council

Parish Clerk, Tracey Harley will be leaving after 23 years working for the Parish Council, initially working for six years as Deputy Clerk under Janice Harriman. More »

During this time Tracey has been key to the Parish Council - always hard-working and extremely efficient. She has seen many Councillors join and leave the Council over the period of 23 years and become a friend to both Councillors and staff.

Tracey has been a great support to me as Chairman of the Council and on behalf of the Parish Council I would like to thank Tracey for all her dedication and commitment. We are sad to see you leave but wish you well for the future.

The August meeting of the Parish Council will be Tracey's last meeting as Parish Clerk.

We are delighted to announce that Tracey will be handing over the reigns to Alixe Taylor. Please join me in welcoming Alixe who was previously Deputy Clerk several years ago and has returned to Thurmaston Parish Council after working for a number of councils gaining much knowledge and experience. » Less

Elizabeth Park and Memorial Hall Open for Hire

Posted: Thu, 12 Aug 2021 10:40 by Carl Walsh

After some trying times due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we are pleased to inform everyone that both the Thurmaston Memorial Hall and Elizabeth Park Centre are back open for all classes and party hire bookings. For more information on what we do please get in touch at info@elizabethparkcentre.co.uk