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Shearsby Parish Council

Protecting, Connecting, Involving and Representing Shearsby

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Clerk: Phillip Baildon
14 Jerwood Way, Market
Harborough, Leics LE16 8AL

Tel: 01858 446300

This website is to enable the residents of Shearsby to view information relating to the Parish Council. There are many features available. Please see the navigation bar on the left.Shearsby Parish Council provides YOUR local services. We strive to make this a better place to live, work and visit.

Neighbourhood Development Plan

To view the Shearsby Neighbourhood Development Plan at submission stage click here. Then go to section 8.

Latest News

NDP, Poster, Submission Version, Consultation, 2018 April May

NDP, Poster, Submission Version, Consultation, 2018 April May

Sun, 22 Apr 2018 17:13 by Martin Reynolds

Shearsby Neighbourhood Development Plan is open for comment to Harborough District Council.

The plan is at Regulation 16 Submission Stage and the accompanying poster details how to proceed. A Representation Form is attached should you wish to make comment. More »

The Plan can be viewed in the following places:

Shearsby Village Hall;

at Fleckney, Kibworth and Market Harborough libraries;

at HDC;

Copies may be borrowed from:

Cllr Cosgrove, White Gates, The Bank.

Cllr Alam, Beeson's Barn, Back Lane.

Mrs Jane Vann, Yew Tree House, Fenny Lane.

It can also be viewed on this website.

Consultation ends on 23rd May 2018.

History Group - The 1000 Years Show!

History Group  - The 1000 Years Show!

Sun, 22 Apr 2018 11:20 by Martin Reynolds

The Shearsby History Group are pleased to host The 1000 Years Show featuring Anthony King, on Monday 30th April at 7.30pm in the village hall. See poster for details.

Courier Fraud

Courier Fraud

Sun, 22 Apr 2018 10:41 by Martin Reynolds

Courier Fraud

A Fraud MO is being conducted against elderly vulnerable people involving a male caller, described by various victims as having an Indian or foreign accent, contacting the vulnerable person knowing their name, address and bank in order to try to get them to withdraw money from the bank. More »

Offences have continued across the force with a potential further 14 incidents being called into the Police over the last few weeks. This is likely to be higher in number due to some incidents being reported directly to Action Fraud and others being unreported.

A couple of variations to the method have been observed, these being the victim being persuaded to transfer their money into the suspects bank account and also where the scam initially began as a BT/Talk Talk representative rather then from the Police/bank.

This is to ensure that people are aware of the scam and that they a) don't become a victim and b)They report the offence to the police.

The police can be contacted on 101 at any time or 999 if prompt attendance is required to catch suspects in the act of committing a crime, or have just committed the crime and are in the vicinity. » Less

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