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

London Road closure, 23rd July

We have been alerted of a road closure that will affect the top of Church Road to the Grammar School.

Please see map and notification.

Please note that this is from MONDAY 23rd JULY for up to 5 days.

Posted: Thu, 19 Jul 2018 12:15 by Bill Glasper

Tags: Great Glen, News

Job vacancy

Job vacancy

To assist us in opening the office 5 days a week we are looking for an additional person to assist with general administration duties and to be a receptionist to callers to the office.

Please see attached document with more details.

Posted: Mon, 16 Jul 2018 13:50 by Cheryl Small

Tags: News

We have a new noticeboard..

We have a new noticeboard..

The board by the entrance to Garfield Park has now been refurbished and added to our collection of noticeboards to keep residents up to date with meeting dates, agendas, information and local events.

If you would like to publicise a local event on our noticeboards please bring your poster to the Parish Office for approval and we will laminate and display this for 28 days for you.

Posted: Mon, 16 Jul 2018 11:48 by Cheryl Small

Tags: News

Leicestershire County Council proposes to buy Brookfield

The Cabinet papers from LCC are available here outlining the proposal to provide supported living at Brookfield after extensive refurbishment.

The Parish Council is actively involved in arranging another meeting for the people of Great Glen.

Posted: Tue, 10 Jul 2018 16:17 by Bill Glasper

Tags: Land & Property, Reports

Thank you to Great Glen Crematorium..

Thank you to Great Glen Crematorium..

Great Glen Crematorium have kindly donated 2 beautiful rose plants to the Parish Council. They have been planted in our Peace garden and we think they look lovely!

Posted: Mon, 09 Jul 2018 11:16 by Cheryl Small

Tags: News, Great Glen

Mini Roundabout proposed!

At the Harborough District Council Planning Meeting on 3rd July it was proposed that a mini roundabout was required to discharge Condition 20 for the Oaks Road development. The roundabout will be at the Stretton Road, Oaks Road, Church Road and Main Street junction. There are still technical details to be worked out.

Posted: Wed, 04 Jul 2018 09:16 by Bill Glasper

Tags: News, Great Glen

Road Closure - High Street

Road Closure - High Street

We have received notice of a Temporary Traffic Regulation Order for High Street, Great Glen.

A Road Closure is required between Church Road and Meadow Hill from 9th July for 5 days.

Please see attached notice and diversion for more information.

Posted: Thu, 28 Jun 2018 09:56 by Cheryl Small

Tags: News

Leicestershire County Council Online Report Form.

Leicestershire County Council Online Report Form.

Did you know that you can report any problems in your area directly to Leicestershire County Council by using their online report form?

Issues with roads, pavements, street lighting, overgrown hedges or anything else owned by LCC can be submitted online in a matter of minutes and the matter can be dealt with from thereon.

To get started on reporting an issue, click here.

Posted: Thu, 14 Jun 2018 11:30 by Rachel Ayton

Tags: News, Great Glen

Add Events To The Community Calendar.

On our website, we can offer you the chance to add your own events onto the community calendar.

Our 'What's On' section allows you to publicise your local events by placing them on the specified dates, which must be approved by us at the Parish Council, in order for it to be visible for public viewing.

If you would like to get started and select some dates for approval, follow the steps on the Community... Read More »

Posted: Thu, 14 Jun 2018 10:49 by Rachel Ayton

Tags: Great Glen, News

Allotments available (Kibworth Allotment Society)

Allotments available (Kibworth Allotment Society)

Kibworth Allotment Society 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 allotments fully occupied and a waiting list to secure the... Read More »

Posted: Mon, 11 Jun 2018 16:14 by Cheryl Small

Tags: News

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