Queniborough Parish Council

Serving the people of Queniborough

Author: Phil Laughton

Time4Leicestershire

An innovative scheme where residents are rewarded for helping others in their community is launching across Leicestershire. Time4Leicestershire is a new skills exchange initiative, which will see people carrying out good deeds for others and being rewarded in return by having somebody do a good deed for them.

Part of the national Timebanking UK initiative, Time4Leicestershire is being run by our Public... Read More »

Posted: Thu, 23 Jan 2020 13:40 by Phil Laughton

Tags: Community, News

Charnwood's Recycling scheme

Charnwood Borough Council have published their Recycling booklet.

Posted: Wed, 22 Jan 2020 12:50 by Phil Laughton

Tags: Community, News, Newsletter

Do you want to be a Community Flood Warden?

This autumn/winter, Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland have seen large amounts of flooding including areas that are not normally affected.

To find out the areas at risk in your parish see the link below:

Leicestershire County Council are running a training session at Oakham on 12th March from 6.00 - 8.00 pm in partnership with the Environment Agency.

To reserve your place please either email emergency.management@leics.gov.uk... Read More »

Posted: Wed, 22 Jan 2020 11:13 by Phil Laughton

Tags: Community, News

Date for your Diary - next engagement event with Beat 61

The next engagement event with Beat 61, Charnwood East Team is 11th February 10am at The Hub Cafe ,Syston.

This can give you the opportunity to discuss any policing concerns with the Police and they are also on hand to offer crime prevention advice and sometimes have freebies to give away!

Posted: Wed, 15 Jan 2020 11:50 by Phil Laughton

Tags: Community, News, Police

January newsletter from B61 Charnwood East Police Team now available

Please see the January newsletter

Posted: Mon, 13 Jan 2020 14:05 by Phil Laughton

Tags: Community, News, Newsletter

Free car key wallet available from Charnwood BC Police Desk

There have been reports of keyless car fob crimes taking place near Quorn.

Why not consider getting a FREE car key wallet from Charnwood Borough Council / Police desk to jam any signals.

Also please perhaps take time to consider your home security? do you have sufficient lighting where you park your car? do you remove all valuables from view?

Posted: Wed, 04 Dec 2019 09:33 by Phil Laughton

Tags: Community, News, Police

Consultation over key planning policy to end soon

Time is running out to have a say in a consultation about Charnwood Borough Council's draft local plan which will guide growth and development until 2036.

The draft plan sets out how the Council will balance future growth in the area while making sure the environment is looked after and communities have the infrastructure they need.

The consultation runs until 5pm on Monday December 16, 2019. Residents,... Read More »

Posted: Wed, 04 Dec 2019 09:04 by Phil Laughton

Tags: Community, Consultation, News

Christmas waste collection 2019

Friday December 27 collections will change to Monday December 30

Friday January 3 collections will change to Saturday January 4

Please be aware there will be no garden waste collections from Monday December 23, 2019 until the service recommences from Monday January 6, 2020

Any bulky waste requests made before 3pm on Friday December 20, 2019 will be collected on Monday December 23, 2019.

Any bulky waste... Read More »

Posted: Mon, 02 Dec 2019 14:54 by Phil Laughton

Tags: News, Waste Collections

Police Officers assigned to the Charnwood East beat

N61 - Charnwood East
Syston, Thurmaston, East Goscote, Rearsby, Thrussington, Queniborough,Barky,South Croxton

PS 1865 Chris Wharton
PC 2143 Sbah Malik
PC 1909 Adi McCaffery
PCSO 6164 Hark Sanghera
PCSO 6098 Lesley Richards

Posted: Mon, 02 Dec 2019 13:58 by Phil Laughton

Tags: News, Police

Community Policing

The Police are making themselves more prominent in the area. The new Inspector is very keen on grass roots policing.

PCSO 6098 Lesley Richards has joined the team and replaces PCSO Matt Harburt.

The priorities for November continue to be drug supply issues within the beat area and to reduce the number of burglaries and vehicle crime across Syston, Queniborough and Thurmaston.

Join the neighbourhood link... Read More »

Posted: Thu, 21 Nov 2019 10:20 by Phil Laughton

Tags: Neighbourhood Watch, News, Police