Willoughby Waterleys Parish Council

Serving the people of Willoughby Waterleys

,Welcome to Willoughby Waterleys.

Your Parish Council is made up of five councillors who meet regularly to make decisions on the work and direction of the Parish Council. As an elected body they are responsible to you, the people they represent. Attending a council meeting is the best way to find out what they do. Look in the Meetings Calendar to find dates for our public meetings.

Each year a sum of money called a 'precept' is collected through your council tax. This money is used by the Council to improve facilities and services for local people. We can also apply for grants and loans where applicable.

So, who are your Councillors? We have our Chairman Philip Leech of Yew Tree Close, Willoughby, David Campbell-Kelly also of Yew Tree Close, Willoughby, Dr Arthur Lyons of Low Barn, Main Street, Willoughby, Emma Clanfield of Yew Tree Close , Willoughby and Kate West at The Old Post Office, Main Street, Willoughby.

County Councillor - Blake Pain of Bruntingthorpe

District Councillor- Neville Hall

Further information can be found on the Harborough District Council website - YOUR local services.

If you'd like to speak to our Clerk, Helen Denton-Stacey, please contact us.

Latest News

Memorial Bench

Memorial Bench

Posted: Thu, 22 Nov 2018 10:59 by Helen Denton-Stacey

The Parish Council and Harborough District Council have funded a new bench in memory of the 100 years since the end of WW1 and the centenary of votes for women.

A unveiling ceremony was held on 11th November 2018

Remembrance Sunday 2018

Posted: Fri, 09 Nov 2018 14:18 by Helen Denton-Stacey

Remembrance Sunday 2018
All villagers are invited to a gathering around the new bench at
the south end of the village at 10.50 am.
A member of the Parish Council will say a few words before the
two minute silence at 11am followed by a reading of 'Anthem
for Doomed Youth' by Wilfred Owen and then the planting of
an elm to further mark the occasion.
The church will be holding a Remembrance & Thanksgiving
Service at 4pm

e-newsletter for Community Safety

Posted: Fri, 09 Nov 2018 14:12 by Helen Denton-Stacey

Our latest Parish e-newsletter for Community Safety. I have also copied below the link to the e-survey and a summary of our current priorities.

Please do discuss these with your meetings and then complete the survey, individuals can also complete, but it is designed for a Parish Council response. More »

www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/NTTLMSG

Priorities of the Partnership 18-19

The following priorities build on previous work, link to trends set out in the Strategic Assessment and address current community concerns. The priorities also link to the Police and Crime Plan ensuring as joined up an approach to tackling crime and disorder as possible.

To reduce acquisitive crime

•Work to reduce domestic burglary within the district

•Work to reduce theft from motor vehicles

•Work to reduce retail crime

•Continue to support 'Rural Communities' working to reduce 'Rural Crime'

To tackle anti-social behaviour

•Continue to raise awareness and understanding of ASB

•Work to reduce incidents of ASB

Raise awareness of, and enforcement of the FATAL Four

•Work to reduce incidents of:

•Speeding,

•Mobile phone use,

•No Seatbelt

•Drink and drug driving

To identify and support vulnerable individuals and families

•Promote the referral services and support available for domestic abuse victims

•Increase the reporting of Hate Incidents

•Raise awareness of Child Sexual exploitation

•Increase awareness of PREVENT

•Raise awareness of Financial Fraud

Raise awareness of Cybercrime

•Online Fraud

•Online Child Sexual exploitation

•Cyber bullying

•Online radicalisation

Cross cutting priorities

•To prevent and raise awareness of the effects of substance misuse

•To reduce reoffending

Regards

Sarah Pickering

Senior Community Safety Officer

Harborough District Council

01858 821349

07917 502851

www.harborough.gov.uk/communitysafety

Twitter: @HarbCSP