Thurnby and Bushby Parish Council

Serving the people of Thurnby and Bushby

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Clerk: Sue Bloy
17 Shetland Way
Countesthorpe, Leicester
LE8 5PU

Tel: 0116 278 6280

  • The Rose and Crown, Main Street

    The Rose and Crown, Main Street

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

    Photo: Frank Pickering - View of Thurnby from the south

WELCOME TO THE THURNBY AND BUSHBY PARISH COUNCIL WEBSITE

The Parish Council is returning to holding meetings at the Hill Court Community Centre, Main Street, after a year of meeting virtually due to Covid-19 restrictions.

Meetings are normally held on the second Monday of the month, but may be subject to change. Meetings commence at 7.00 pm.

Latest News

British Library "Unlocking our Sound Heritage Project"

The British Library "Unlocking our Sound Heritage Project" has digitised a "Leicestershire & Rutland Women's Institute May Day documentary tape" recorded by John Noel in April 1962. On the tape, various members of the Women's Institute sing May songs and are interviewed about May customs. More information is given in the attached document.
If you are able to assist, please make direct contact with:
Finlay McIntosh
World and Traditional Music Rights Intern
Unlocking Our Sound Heritage
British Library
finlay.mcintosh@bl.uk or uoshiprteam@bl.uk.

Posted: Wed, 21 Jul 2021 14:51 by Susan Bloy

ADVANCE NOTICE OF CHANGE OF PARISH COUNCIL MEETING

The meeting of the Parish Council scheduled for 9 August 2021 has been brought forward to Monday 2 August 2021. The meeting will take place at the Hill Court Community Centre, Main Street, commencing at 7.00 pm.

Posted: Tue, 06 Jul 2021 20:03 by Susan Bloy

PARISH COUNCIL MEETINGS - RETURN TO IN-PERSON MEETINGS

The Coronavirus Act (2020) permitted the Parish Council to meet remotely for a limited period. This has expired and from 7 May 2021 the Parish Council is required by law to return to holding in-person meetings. These will take place at the Hill Court Community Centre, Main Street.

The meeting scheduled for Monday 14 June has been RE-SCHEDULED to Wednesday 23 June. This is after the next milestone of 21 June 2021 in the Government's Covid-19 "roadmap". More »

Meetings are open to attendance by members of the public, who are invited to raise issues under the public session item on the agenda.

However, the Parish Council's priority is to ensure the safety of members of the council, staff and members of the public during meetings.

Details regarding public participation will be included in meeting agendas. » Less

Posted: Thu, 27 May 2021 18:35 by Susan Bloy