Take photos of your Thornton or Merry Lees garden during the first three weeks of June and be part of the village video for us all to enjoy.
To take part please note the following
use your phone or camera to take photos, a video or a combination.
Please take them in landscape, rather than portrait if possible.
Videos should aim to be up to one minute in length. Longer videos (absolute max of 3 minutes please) can be sent in but it is possible that I may need to edit them down to one minute, depending on response.
If sending only photos, please send a maximum of 12
You may appear in your photo/video if you wish but the aim is to show the beauty and diversity of the gardens.
I will not attach any precise addresses or surnames, but would ideally like to use first names of those whose gardens they are, and the road you live in. Please let me know which you would prefer and make clear if you wish to be totally anonymous.
Maximum individual e-mail size 15MB please
For multiple photos or for videos, please e-mail me first so we can arrange how they can be sent to me; or share with me on Onedrive, Dropbox or some other cloud method!
Many village residents will be saddened to learn that the government planning inspector has overturned the decision by the Hinckley & Bosworth BC Planning Committee to refuse the planning application to convert the old Bull’s Head pub into five flats. I am a member of the committee and I voted against the application in order to buy some time for an alternative community-led proposal for the future use of the site. Unfortunately, no viable plan emerged. The owner appealed against our decision and on Wednesday it was confirmed that he had succeeded. To make matters worse, costs were awarded against HBBC and council taxpayers must foot the bill for the appeal. On the upside, the inspector has applied some additional conditions to the design of the street-facing elevation of the building to protect the privacy of residents living on the other side of Main Street.
Notice is hereby given that a meeting of Bagworth and Thornton Parish Council will be held on the above date, commencing promptly at 7.00pm for the transaction of the business detailed on the agenda. The public and media are cordially invited to attend and present questions regarding items on the agenda only.
Details of location or arrangements to follow for virtual participation are to be confirmed .Venue: TBC Contact – Parish Clerk Agenda:
NOTICE OF VACANCY – IN OFFICE OF COUNCILLOR BAGWORTH & THORNTON PARISH COUNCIL THORNTON WARD
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a casual vacancy has arisen in the Office of Councillor for the Bagworth & Thornton Parish Council in the Thornton Ward.
If by 15 June 2021 (14 days excluding Dies Non, after the date of this notice) a request for an election to fill said vacancy is made in writing to the Returning Officer at the address below by TEN electors for the said Parish, an election will be held to fill the said vacancy, otherwise the vacancy will be filled by co-option.
If an election is called, it will take place no later than 18 August 2021.
Dated 25 May 2021 Bill Cullen Returning Officer Hinckley Hub Rugby Road Hinckley Leicestershire LE10 0FR
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This is a registered small charity that has experienced tough times over the past 15 months..
Why not have some fun and try out their fantastic facilities with family, friends, work colleagues.
Leicestershire Police Cyber Protect are partnering with Nationwide Building Society to bring you advice and guidance on how to stay safe online and avoid scams in two free webinars.
The first session is a non tech awareness webinar for the public on Thursday 13th May 1.30pm – and is aimed at anyone who uses email and the internet.
The second session, 18th May 6pm, is aimed at businesses including an overview on current threats and signposting to a vast array of free resources in order to help increase their resilience against cybercrime and fraud.
Places must be booked through Eventbrite – either via the link below, or, if you prefer not to click on links, search “Nationwide Cyber” on the Eventbrite home page.