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Charley Parish Council

Serving the people of Charley and Oaks in Charnwood

Charley

Clerk: Brian Duncombe
12 Abbotts Oak Drive
Coalville LE67 4SA

Tel: 01530 831383

Latest News

Broadband Reception in Charley

At the Parish Council Meeting on 4th January, and following on from his visit to the Parish Council Meeting in November it was agreed to invite Mr Kasam Hussain from British Telecom back to talk about Broadband provision in the Parish. We wrote to several residents before Christmas asking for expressions of interest and now invite them and any other interested parties to a meeting at the Oaks Storer Hall on Wednesday, February 1st at 7.p.m.. Read More »

Posted: Wed, 11 Jan 2017 15:41 by Maureen Havers

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Christmas Greetings

Brian and the Councillors of Charley Parish wish you all a Happy, Peaceful Christmas and send best wishes for 2017.

Posted: Thu, 22 Dec 2016 15:13 by Maureen Havers

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Extra-ordinary Meeting Charley Parish council

Due to exceptional circumstances the meeting planned for 7 p.m. on 16th December has now been re-scheduled for 6.30 p.m and will be held in the back room of the Oaks Storer Hall. We regret any inconvenience.

Posted: Wed, 14 Dec 2016 15:15 by Maureen Havers

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Meeting of Charley Parish Council

Extraordinary Meeting of Charley Parish Council on Friday 16th December 2016 to consider Planning application 16/01376/FUL

Change of use of workshop building to D2 use

Bawdon Lodge Farm

Posted: Mon, 12 Dec 2016 18:20 by Maureen Havers

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Meeting of Charley Parish Council

Charley Parish Council will meet on 30th November at 19.00 in the Oaks Storer Hall to consider Planning Application 16/01137/FUL to demolish the bungalow on Moult Hill, Abbey Road and erect a replacement dwelling.

All are welcome to attend.

Posted: Sun, 13 Nov 2016 18:02 by Maureen Havers

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Charley Parish Boundary

A map of the Charley Parish boundary can be found under the Planning Section - left- or the pictorial versions produced by Charley Heritage Group are shown in the Local History section of A-Z of Services - left- and Gallery in the Community section also on the left.

We would welcome your photos of Charley to include in the Gallery.

Posted: Fri, 11 Nov 2016 09:35 by Maureen Havers

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Planning 16/01137/FUL

The link on the Planning page to Planning Application 16/01137/FUL to demolish the bungalow on Moult Hill, Abbey Road and rebuild does not work. Should you wish to see this application please use the link on the left of this page to North West Leicestershire District Council and click on Planning. A meeting of Charley Parish Council to discuss this application will be called in the near future.

Posted: Thu, 10 Nov 2016 14:06 by Maureen Havers

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BT Broadband Improvements

Broadband access is one of the hottest topics in our rural area and after the last Parish Council Meeting in September we wrote inviting BT to answer some of our queries and, due to lack of a response from them this item was not included in the agenda for November's meeting. However, after another 'gentle' prod, Regional Director, Kassam Hussein, has indicated that he will attend the meeting on November 2nd to give the latest news on rural broadband issues.. Read More »

Posted: Thu, 27 Oct 2016 12:52 by Maureen Havers

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Boundary Commission for England Proposals

The independent Boundary Commission for England (BCE) has published proposals to reduce the number of Parliamentary constituencies across England and to make them more equal. These are

available at this link online where you can view and comment on the proposals - https://www.bce2018.org.uk/

You can also attend a public hearing throughout October/November to have your say in person. The public hearings for the East.. Read More »

Posted: Wed, 19 Oct 2016 18:41 by Maureen Havers

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What should we do if.....?

"Aware and Prepared" is on the Agenda for the next Parish Council Meeting as the staffing reduction in many of our urgent response teams and increasing demand for those services mean that we should - at least- think about what we as individuals and as a community would do if the unexpected happens. Do have a look at the following and the Council would welcome your views and ideas on how we could be proactive rather than reactive in the event of an emergency.. Read More »

Posted: Fri, 07 Oct 2016 16:49 by Maureen Havers

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