Shearsby Parish Council

Protecting, Connecting, Involving and Representing Shearsby

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Clerk: Helen Denton-Stacey
36 Sherrier Way, Lutterworth
Leics LE17 4NW

Tel: 07734 793986

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.

Local council responsibilities and who to contact

Shearsby Parish Council provides YOUR local services, which are managed on a voluntary basis by the Councillors. All Councillors are unpaid and commit their time to improving Shearsby and maintaining it as an attractive and sustainable place in which to live, visit and do business.

Latest News

Rural Bulletin 27th July

Posted: Thu, 29 Jul 2021 12:19 by Helen Denton-Stacey

Health in Coastal Communities

Rural vacuum for getting hold of cash

Revised plans for housing development at Birch Close in Freshwater

Public grateful for benefits countryside visits bring to mental and physical health, new survey finds More »

UK food shortages: Rural areas at 'back of queue' for deliveries

Cross-Party UK MPs Consult on ECC Changes to Boost Fibre Rollout

Ian Botham highlights the importance of shooting to the environment and economy

Rural UK suffering from 'streaming divide'

Cornwall holidaymakers urged to 'pack Covid tests'

Future of Cash

Rural Issues Raised in Westminster Planning Debate

Rural Related Politics - An RSN weekly review

The Rural Services Network would like to welcome West Northamptonshire to membership. If you would like to learn more about what we are currently working on, please click here to read about our Revitalising Rural campaign. We look forward to delivering our services and working with you!If you are a member of RSN, we have two more RSN Seminars taking place in autumn this year. You are welcome to register in advance for by following the links below:
- RSN Seminar: Rural Town Centres, High Streets & Village Hubs - 11am to 1pm, Wednesday, 27 October 2021

- RSN Seminar: Rural Economies - 11am to 1pm, Wednesday, 24 November 2021

Tourism Recovery Plan through a Rural Lens
The Tourism Recovery Plan was launched by the Government on 11 June 2021 with promises to help the sector build back better from the pandemic.
It aims to recover domestic tourism to pre pandemic levels by 2022 and international tourism by 2023 – both at least a year faster than independent forecasts predict.
The Rural Services Network has examined the Tourism Recovery Plan from a rural perspective

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The latest edition of the Funding Digest can be viewed hereLooking for funding for your local project or community group? This monthly bulletin includes links to various sources of grant funding that you may be able to access!

Read the latest RSN suggested draft responses for key rural consultations and view the latest Government Consultations that may be relevant to rural communities here

Member Insights is the place to discover the statistics that define communities within our membershipVisit the Members Insights here

Find out about our campaign for fairer funding for rural areas here
This includes our work on the Local Government Finance Settlement

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The Leicestershire County Council Customer Service Centre (CSC)

Posted: Thu, 29 Jul 2021 12:13 by Helen Denton-Stacey

Leicestershire County Council have recently made some changes to the way customers can now contact us.

The Leicestershire County Council Customer Service Centre (CSC) has introduced a new online enquiry form which can be accessed via our website or here. More »

Customers using any of the below email addresses will be advised to use the online form to correspond electronically with the CSC. This is to enable the CSC to provide an improved service to customers.

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Neighbourhood Link, Leicestershire Police

Posted: Mon, 26 Jul 2021 12:17 by Helen Denton-Stacey

There are @86 Parish councils within the Harborough district policing area and I am writing to ask for your assistance and to use your Parish councils as a means of communication to the villagers within your parishes. More »

Leicestershire Police have set up a dedicated Rural Policing team and I am the Sgt for the team. One of our aims to improve the relationship and communication between the Police and those who live and work in the rural areas of Leicestershire and Rutland. I am going to be spending the first few weeks in my post building up the Key individuals and partners in your area so we can improve on the communication between us. There will be a press release either this week or next.

I'd like you to promote on our behalf something called 'Neighbourhood link' this is a great tool that we can use to pass important messages to you and we can also target specific groups for example 'farmers' or 'business owners' please see the Leicestershire Police website- the link to sign up is on there. We will be using other methods of communication such as Facebook 'Leicestershire and Rutland rural policing team' and twitter @LeicsRuralCrime - and also a text messaging service called 'LeicRural' which we can also add members to. But I feel the Neighbourhood link tool is the most detailed in terms of how we can tweak it for certain demographics.

Can I ask that via whatever means of communication you use get in touch with your friends, neighbours, farmers and business users and ask them to sign up to Neighbourhood link and to follow us on Facebook/Twitter .

Sgt 335 Paul Archer

Leicestershire Police Rural Team & Wildlife Crime Officer.

Leicestershire Police HQ

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