Great Glen Parish Council

Serving the people of Great Glen

Clerk: Lesley Sanderson
Glendale House, 1 Church Road
Great Glen, Leics LE8 9FE

Tel: 0116 259 3004 07825393777

Latest News

Great Glen Neighbourhood Plan Referendum - Result

Great Glen Neighbourhood Plan Referendum - Result

We are delighted to announce that the village voted to adopt the changes to the Neighbourhood Plan. Thank you to everyone that voted.

Posted: Fri, 24 Jan 2020 12:12 by Alexis Biggs

Tags: Great Glen

Great Glen Neighbourhood Plan Referendum - 23 January 2020

Please use your vote this Thursday 23rd January 2020!

Voting hours: 7am - 10pm at The Village Hall, Main Street Great Glen

Posted: Wed, 22 Jan 2020 10:00 by Alexis Biggs

Tags: Great Glen

So Oaks Road Has Begun...

So Oaks Road Has Begun...

We are aware some contractors are not adhering to the prescribed traffic route (Church Rd, Oaks Rd,) and would like to request that any residents witnessing a vehicle deviating from that route to please make a note of the contractors name and let us know.

You can email, pop in to the office or call us on 0116 2593004.

Email : clerk@greatglen-pc.gov.uk

Posted: Tue, 21 Jan 2020 12:24 by Cheryl Small

Tags: News

Oaks Road Development

OAKS ROAD DEVELOPMENT

We have just been informed that work will commence on the Oaks Road development soon.

While this will not please residents of our village, we do now have to acknowledge that this building is going ahead. This will result in considerable impact on the village, in particular the traffic flow.

We ask that everyone be aware and please notify us of any persistent problems.

Posted: Thu, 09 Jan 2020 10:40 by Alexis Biggs

Tags: Great Glen

Recycling - Your Blue Bin

Recycling  - Your Blue Bin

If you need any help deciphering what may or may not go in your blue lidded recycling bin, follow this link for a complete run down: http://www.lesswaste.org.uk/recycle/items-accepted-for-recycling-at-casepak/

It's a really helpful guide, especially at this time of year when we tend to have lots of extra waste.

Posted: Fri, 13 Dec 2019 12:23 by Alexis Biggs

Tags: Great Glen

ROTARY CLUB OF OADBY LAUNDE SUPPORTS GREAT GLEN LIBRARY

ROTARY CLUB OF OADBY LAUNDE SUPPORTS GREAT GLEN LIBRARY

Once again, and for the second year running, the Rotary Club of Oadby Launde, based at Glen Gorse Golf Club, have made a significant donation to improve facilities at Great Glen Library.

As a result of an approach last year, the club bought new items to furnish the outdoor leisure area and garden at the library.

This year the club have bought new furniture to be used inside the library, where library... Read More »

Posted: Tue, 10 Dec 2019 09:39 by Cheryl Small

Tags: News

Phone Scams & Personal Safety

Phone Scams & Personal Safety

We wanted to make you aware that there have been recent incidents where residents have received phone calls claiming to be HMRC and asking for personal details.

Please make sure any vulnerable friends, family & neighbours are aware of these phone scams, and if they are unsure to get advice and always report a scam.

Please see attached poster for tips and guidance on who to contact.

If you are visiting... Read More »

Posted: Mon, 09 Dec 2019 16:37 by Cheryl Small

Tags: Great Glen, News

Planning Applications Update

Planning Applications Update

For your information the application by Homes England and the Grammar School (19/00862/OUT) on the field opposite the Foxpond Restaurant on London Road has been withdrawn.

After months of speculation an application has been received by HDC for the development of Thorpes. This comprises of the demolition of all the workshops and the building of 10 dwellings with access. The application no 19/01842/FUL.... Read More »

Posted: Thu, 28 Nov 2019 10:54 by Cheryl Small

Tags: Great Glen, News

Kibworth Allotment Society

Kibworth Allotment Society

On behalf of the Kibworth Allotment Society we would like to inform you that they currently have vacant plots at the allotment site on West Langton Road. They also have an option to take additional land in the future as required.

The allotments are a community facility, set up for the residents of Kibworth and those living within three to four miles of Kibworth. The Society are aiming to get the existing... Read More »

Posted: Tue, 08 Oct 2019 12:56 by Cheryl Small

Tags: News

Rinse, Dry, Recycle...

Rinse, Dry, Recycle...

Before you pop your recyclables in the bin, don't forget to give them a quick rinse. Dirty recycling can end up in landfill, so remember to rinse and dry tins, bottles and plastics before recycling them..

Find out how to recycle, reuse or get rid of something..

https://www.leicestershire.gov.uk/environment-and-planning/waste-and-recycling/how-do-i-dispose-of

Posted: Tue, 13 Aug 2019 09:21 by Cheryl Small

Tags: Great Glen, News

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