The Rose and Crown, Main Street
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.
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
CHANGE OF DATE: Annual Parish Council Meeting
Wed, 05 May 2021 19:00
The Annual Parish Council meeting previously scheduled for Monday 10 May 2021 has been RESCHEDULED to take place on WEDNESDAY 5 MAY 2021, commencing at 19.00.
Due to the Coronavirus pandemic and associated restrictions on social distancing, Parish Council meetings are currently being conducted virtually through Zoom.
Further information on public access is provided on the agenda. More »
Members of the public and press are welcome to attend Parish Council meetings. There is a standing item on the agenda for members of the public to raise issues. The time allowed for each member of the public to make a representation, ask questions or give evidence is limited to three minutes. Where there is a group of members of the public wishing to make similar representations, ask similar questions or give similar evidence, the group must appoint one representative to speak on its behalf.
Venue:on-line via Zoom - see agenda for access detailsContact:Sue Bloy, Clerk to the Parish Council » Less
Posted: Sun, 25 Apr 2021 15:14 by Susan Bloy
The Annual Parish Meeting will take place on Wednesday 5th May 2021, from 18:30 - 19:00. This is NOT a formal meeting of the Parish Council, but is rather an opportunity for residents to raise issues with Parish, District and County Councillors.
This will take place virtually via Zoom. Details of how to access the meeting are included in the agenda.
While the meeting is scheduled for only 30 minutes, any issues which cannot be addressed within the meeting will be followed up as appropriate. More »
Clerk to the Parish Council » Less
Posted: Sat, 24 Apr 2021 14:35 by Susan Bloy