Due to the Covid-19 Regulations Roadmap ceasing on 19th July 2021, Council meetings will return to in-person meetings without facemasks and social distancing. All meetings will be held at the Sports Pavilion Alans Way at 7pm. However, the wearing of facemasks whilst attending a council meeting will be personal choice and Council will continue to maintain the strict cleaning protocol put in place at the beginning of the pandemic, to ensure the safety of all visitors.
Please note that only representations against items detailed on the meeting agenda can be made by members of the public, and only during the public open session.
Council hold their monthly meetings on the first Monday of each month with the exception of August, where no meeting is held.
The next Ordinary Parish Council meeting, will take place on at 7pm on Monday 1st November at the Sports Pavilion on Alans Way.
Parish Council Information
Newbold Verdon Parish Council provides YOUR local services. We strive to make Newbold Verdon a better place to live, work and visit. Our website includes a wealth of information about how we conduct business and what we do. Find local groups and businesses in our community directory. Use the search or browse the site to find whatever you are looking for. If you can't find what you want then please contact us.
To read about the Parish Councillors and the Clerk serving the community, please visit the webpage The Council.
We also have a News page, which will give you updates to information received from lead authorities, including information concerning local community events.
To help the community and members of the public to find information or report items more easily, we have provided direct links to some of the local and national corporate bodies websites such as, Hinckley & Bosworth Borough Council, Leicester County Council, Highways England, One.Network (footpath and road closures), Leicestershire Police, Fix My Street (reporting tool for highways and footpath issues) and the Parish Council's Facebook page.
By clicking on the relevant logo on both the right and left hand-side of this webpage, it will take you directly to that website.
The image with a street light, will take your directly to the Leicestershire County Council faulty street light reporting webpage. Likewise, with the Severn Trent logo, this will take you directly to their webpage for reporting blocked drains and sewers.
The Arriva bus logo will take you directly to the village bus time table.
The Contact Us page contains an online form for easy communication with the council and a location map for the council office. It also gives information concerning how to contact council, the Clerk's hours of work and the parish office opening times.
Newbold Verdon Parish Council in collaboration with AFC Market Bosworth and Newbold Verdon Cricket Club have established a new working group that reports into the Parish Council.
Although in its infancy, this group has been established to work with the local community and those that can benefit from the fantastic facility we have available to our community and surrounding villages to consider how we can improve the existing facilities and meet the needs of those wishing to access them. More »
To do this we first want to engage with the local community to seek your views.
As a working party we have set a number objectives including:
1. Ensuring the facilities in our gift (NV Sports Pavilion and associated playing field) meet the needs of the local community.
2. Establish a multi sports and activity facility that complement each other and enables its members the opportunity to participate in different sports and activities.
3. Improve utilisation of the facilities to benefit the community, not solely sport and exercise, but also:
a. Improve health and wellbeing
b. Reduce isolation
c. Improve community cohesion and community ownership
4. Retain adequate green space that provides a safe place for our local residences to enjoy. It is our intention to produce a strategy for the future use of these facilities that will complement the neighbourhood plan, the Council objectives and meet the needs of our local community and its surrounding villages.
To do this we want the support and engagement of its users and local community. This survey is intended to audit the views of those that this strategy will impact the most and give the local community the opportunity to input into its development.
Should you prefer to complete a paper copy, please contact the Parish Clerk.
The information shared within this survey will be used to support a 3-5 year strategy for the facilities. There may need to be a short-term plan put in place which supports the delivery of our longer-term objectives.
What is critical to this is regular engagement and support from the local community to ensure whatever we aim to develop will be valued and meets the local needs. Please be aware this is not a guarantee that we are able to do everything, but more a review of how we can strive to improve the services and facilities we have available locally.
Many months of hard work will need to be invested in bringing a strategy to fruition, including accessing funding opportunities to support any development. As a group we will continue to work with the local community and seek to access the expertise to help us deliver a community plan that meets the local needs. This is your opportunity to help shape it.
If anyone would like to discuss this further or offer support, please do not hesitate to contact the Parish Clerk on firstname.lastname@example.org or 07483 347773.
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Posted: Thu, 14 Oct 2021 12:42 by Josie Flavell
Hinckley & Bosworth Borough Council and North Warwickshire Borough Council are delighted to announce the launch of their new joint heritage leaflet – 'Our Shared Heritage'.
The two neighbouring boroughs have come together in an initiative to promote the history of the area and encourage people to explore and find out more about its influential past. The fold-out leaflet includes a map to help visitors navigate themselves around the area and highlights a selection of locations that can be visited today. More »
The leaflet takes visitors on a fascinating journey through history, drawing out some of the key people and places that have shaped what we see today. The journey begins with the Romans and explains how their presence is still evident today through its landscape and road network. It then moves on to the area's Royal connections with the Grey family, its location as the birthplace of the Tudor Dynasty and its home to the founder of the Quaker religion. It also looks at the areas industrial heritage and the importance of the many industries that have provided employment for so many generations of local people.
Finally, it showcases an array of 'trailblazers' whose lives and achievements are nationally and internationally renowned. From the likes of poet and playwright Michael Drayton, who was born in 1563, Mary Ann Evans (George Eliot) who was born in 1819, and Ada Lovelace, who was born in 1815, to the more recent achievements of Andy Green, who set the World land speed record in 1997 and Horiba Mira, which is Europe's most advanced transport technology site. The area really has played host to some amazing people and businesses.
Deputy Leader of Hinckley & Bosworth Borough Council Councillor David Bill said: "The council is very mindful of the heritage in the borough and beyond and so we are delighted to be collaborating with North Warwickshire Borough Council with the launch of this new leaflet.
"This leaflet recognises the many famous writers, inventors, designer's and highlights the stories, and places which have influenced and determined the towns and communities we live in today."
Leader of North Warwickshire Borough Council Councillor David Wright said, "This is a fantastic piece of collaborative work and so pleasing to see the heritage of Borough being commemorated in such a positive way that encourages people to get out and explore their local area."
To download the leaflet visit www.hinckley-bosworth.gov.uk/sharedheritage
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Posted: Thu, 23 Sep 2021 09:50 by Josie Flavell
Back on 15th July 2021, Council were thrilled to announce on Facebook that we had been successful in being awarded a grant by Hinckley and Bosworth Borough Council for this project.
We can now confirm that at its meeting held on 6th September, Council agreed the location for this equipment and confirmed the order.
The new equipment (listed below) will be installed within the green open space between the Baptist Church and the Community Orchard at the bottom end of the recreation ground (Mill Lane end). More »
* Arm and Pedal Bike
* Combination Chest Press and Shoulder Pull Down
* Disabled User's Combination Chest Press and Shoulder Pull down
* Double Rower* Double Cross Country Skier
* Disabled User's Arm and Pedal Bike
* Seated Leg Press
The supplier has confirmed there is a lead time of up to 10 weeks for the installation which will take us into November, but nevertheless, we are very exicted about this new development. So please continue to watch this space for further updates! » Less
Posted: Wed, 08 Sep 2021 15:10 by Josie Flavell