Thurnby and Bushby Parish Council

Serving the people of Thurnby and Bushby

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Clerk: Sue Bloy
17 Shetland Way
Countesthorpe, Leicester

Tel: 0116 278 6280

  • The Rose and Crown, Main Street

    The Rose and Crown, Main Street

  • St Luke's Church, Thurnby

    St Luke's Church, Thurnby

  • Photo: Frank Pickering - View of Thurnby from the south

    Photo: Frank Pickering - View of Thurnby from the south


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The Parish Council holds meetings on the second Monday of the month, commencing at 7.00 pm, at the Hill Court Community Centre, Main Street. Agendas are posted on this website and on noticeboards within the parish.

Parish Council meetings are open to the public - do come along to a meeting to find out more about what we do.

Latest News

Welcome to Parish Councillor Roger Lamming

The Parish Council welcomes Roger Lamming, who was co-opted at the meeting held on Monday 9 July 2018.

Tue, 10 Jul 2018 10:15 by Susan Bloy

Road Surface Dressing in Harborough District

The attached press release gives dates for forthcoming work to allow Surface Dressing works to roads in Thurnby and Bushby.

Tue, 24 Apr 2018 14:21 by Susan Bloy

National Rural Crime Survey

The National Rural Crime Survey aims to determine the true personal, social and economic cost of rural crime and anti-social behaviour across the country.

The last survey took place in 2015, when 13,000 people responded to give their impressions of crime and anti-social behaviour.

The results revealed the cost of rural crime to the country was significant – around £800m every year.

Questions in the 2018 National Rural Crime Survey cover a range of issues – from whether people report crimes to the impact anti-social behaviour has on rural life. More »

The survey also asks whether respondents believe enough is done to catch offenders.

The National Rural Crime Network brings together Police and Crime Commissioners, police forces and organisations that play a key role in rural communities.

Network chairman Julia Mulligan said: "I hope that everyone living or working in a rural community will spare a few minutes to complete our survey.

"It will provide a clear picture of what has improved, what challenges remain and what more government, police forces and other organisations can do to support the most isolated areas of our county.

The survey is open for submissions until Sunday 10 June and will take about 15 minutes to complete.

Please find the survey at » Less

Tue, 24 Apr 2018 12:25 by Susan Bloy