Elizabeth Park with it's beautiful indoor marquee is available to hire! Please contact 0116 2602519 for more information!
3G Football Pitches
3G Football Pitches available to hire at Elizabeth Park, contact 0116 2602519 for more information.
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IMPORTANT – NEW MEETING DATE:
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THURMASTON PARISH COUNCIL WILL TAKE PLACE VIRTUALLY VIA ZOOM ON:
TUESDAY 4TH MAY 2021.
For further information please contact the Clerk: firstname.lastname@example.org or 0116 2696347.
Deeply saddened by the death of the Duke of Edinburgh
Published: Fri 9th April, 2021
- Duke of Edinburgh
The Mayor of Charnwood, councillors and officers of Charnwood Borough Council are deeply saddened at the news of the death of the Duke of Edinburgh.
Our thoughts are with the Royal Family at this time.
The Mayor of Charnwood, Cllr David Snartt, said: "This is a very sad day for our nation and on behalf of the borough of Charnwood, I would like to express our sincerest condolences to the Royal Family.
"The Duke of Edinburgh selflessly served our country for so many years and earned the respect of not just this nation, but of those around the world.
"Now is a time for mourning, but we should remember the Duke with pride and affection."
Flags are being flown at half-mast at the Council's main office and at Loughborough Town Hall.
Posted: Wed, 13 Jan 2021 09:38 by Julie Preston
Please click on documents below for information regarding the proposed Traffic Regulation Order - Barkby Thorpe Lane
- Barkby Thorpe Lane Proposed Traffic Regulation Order (PDF, 104 Kb)
- Barkby Thorpe Village 30mph plan (PDF, 343 Kb)
- BLT 40 and 50mph Speed Limit Plan (PDF, 785 Kb)
- SOR Barkby Thorpe Lane 40 - 50 mph (PDF, 199 Kb)
DUCK POND LANE - ROAD SAFETY
Following concerns raised at the last meeting of the Parish Council, a letter has been sent to Leicestershire County Council requesting Road Safety Improvements on Duck Pond Lane.
The Parish Council is in full support of the concerns raised by County Councillor Mrs Brenda Seaton and have requested urgent attention to road safety at this location.
Councillor Seaton has requested that consideration is given to lowering the speed limit for the entire road, improving warning signage to the junction, and improving the way vehicles are forced to exit the junction.
The main concern is the area of the junction, where many accidents have taken place, fortunately with no fatalities.
The accidents that have occurred at that junction have been a mixture of speed, poor visibility, a lack of signage as well as coming out of the junction almost blind because of the angle of the junction exit to the road.
According to Councillor Seaton, since our last correspondence back in July, there has been a further four accidents, one of which was serious.
Thurmaston Parish Council have requested that urgent consideration is given to lowering the speed limit for the entire road, improving warning signage to the junction, and improving the way vehicles are forced to exit the junction.
THURMASTON BOXING CLUB UPDATE ON CURRENT CIRCUMSTANCES
BY SPENCER ATKIN
As promised, an update on Thurmaston Boxing Gym:-
I continue to work with Box England behind the scenes and had a zoom meeting with them last week. They wanted me to measure the gym, so we could follow Box England's Covid 19 guidelines. They informed me that due to the size of the gym, we could potentially only let in 4 people at a time to exercise, cannot share equipment and must be track and traced.
With all this in mind, we feel it is best to open again in March next year, when hopefully guidelines will change and even if they don't we could potentially start outdoor exercise classes, where we could offer this to larger groups.
I know this is a massive set back, but we have to follow rules and keep everyone safe!
On a more positive note:-
- The Gym has had a revamp and a deep clean. The Gym is all now repainted, and all pictures/artwork are on the walls.
- A gym bank account is open
- All policies are up to date and I have just completed some updated Safeguarding training that covers Covid 19 risks.
I will continue to work behind the scenes and commit my time to getting this gym up and running.
YOUR COMMUNITY NEEDS YOU
WE ARE IN THE PROCESS OF GATHERING THE NAMES OF WILLING VOLUNTEERS WHO WILL HELP DURING THE CORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK
WHAT WE NEED:
VOLUNTEERS TO HELP WITH SHOPPING, COLLECTION OF PRESCRIPTIONS DOG WALKING, FRIENDLY PHONE CALL
- VOLUNTEERS FOR EVERY STREET
Ideally you will volunteer for the street or adjoining streets where you live so that residents will be familiar with you.
- VOLUNTEERS - LOTS OF THEM PER STREET
The more people evolved the easier it is, remembering no one is safe from Covid 19.
- LEAD VOLUNTEERS / GROUP CHATS FOR EACH STREET OR AREA .
Once we have the names of people wishing to volunteer, we would ask that you make a group chat between yourselves for your street.
- DISTRIBUTING FLYERS
we recommend that lead volunteer will organise all the volunteers within the street, so that each house is covered, but also that each volunteer adds their details to their flyer which ideally they will be posting to their neighbours where possible.
PLEASE CONTACT US VIA FACEBOOK – HELPING OUR COMMUNITY THURMASTON OR THE PARISH CLERK – email@example.com tel: 0116 2696347 WITH THE STREET NAME OR NAMES YOU ARE WISHING TO VOLUNTEER ON.
RESIDENTS THAT ARE ELDERLY, THOSE WHO LIVE ALONE, PEOPLE IN SELF ISOLATION, PEOPLE WHO DO NOT HAVE FAMILY OR FRIENDS THEY CAN RELY ON: IF YOU NEED THE HELP OF OUR KIND VOLUNTEERS PLEASE CONTACT US ON FACE BOOK – HELPING OUR COMMUNITY THURMASTON OR BY EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone Thurmaston Parish Council: 0116 2696347/07889180459
Posted: Sat, 01 May 2021 09:56 by Carl Walsh
Rehab Clinics GroupRehab Clinics Group offer a free helpline and referral service for those suffering from addiction or mental health problems. With this helpline, those with mental health issues and/or addiction issues can speak to others who have suffered the same in their past and are now recovering. The helpline also refers callers to numerous rehab clinics across the country should the caller require this.Helpline: 0800 470 0382Web: https://rehabclinicsgroup.com/