Welcome to our web site
Hugglescote & Donington le Heath Parish Council provides some of your local services and we lobby on behalf of parishioners about the provision of services by others and respond to planning applications to try and ensure local views are taken into account when planning decisions are made.
The Parish vision focuses on having an area where people of all ages feel safe, valued and proud to call Hugglescote and Donington le Heath their home and place of work, something we are working to achieve.
Our website includes a wealth of information about how we conduct business and what we do. Find local groups and businesses in our community directory. Use the search or browse the site to find whatever you are looking for. If you can't find what you want or would like to recommend any improvements to our website then please contact us.
Contact the Clerk using the link above or telephone 07927 384847
To help residents moving into the area, to provide local information on what the parish offers, a local directory is being created. If you would like your details of your club, group, activity or business to be added to these pages then please contact the Clerk.
No personal details will be held without consent
Neighbourhood Plan Open Days
Neighbourhood Plan What's it all about (PDF, 143 Kb)
Neighbourhood Plan Resident Leaflet
Over the coming days residents of Hugglescote and Donington le Heath will receive polling cards from NWLDC, in fact some have already been received. These polling cards are for residents to vote on accepting or rejecting the new Parish Neighbourhood Plan.
The actual voting day is 21st October and the Parish Council urge as many people as possible to vote.
The plan has been some four years in the making and, although led by the Parish Council, has been drawn up in consultation with local residents, without whom the plan would not be as comprehensive as it is.
Probably the most important part of the plan is where it protects local green spaces so that developers cannot take over every square inch of land that is left.
There will open days at the Hugglescote Community Centre on the 9th & 16 October where there will be an opportunity to read the documents, background information and talk to residents, councillors who produced the plan and what decisions were made to include documents in the final plan.
The plan if it receives a majority vote in favour, will have legal backing and has to be taken into account by the District and County Councils when they consider planning applications.
Please, please vote, the more people that vote, the more weight the Councils have to protect our green spaces.
We look forward to seeing you.
Neighbourhood Plan For Hugglescote &
Donington Le Heath
A final version of the plan along with all additional documents, which may be viewed in the Neighbourhood Plan folder, have been submitted to the Planning Authority (NWLDC) who have concluded Regulation 16 consultation.
The Plan has been considered by the Planning Inspector and his comments and amendments to the plan have been agreed by NWLDC and the Parish Council.
NWLDC have decided that a public referendum on the Plan will be held on Thursday 21 October 2021. Voting procedures will follow normal public voting arrangements.
All responses received, which may also be viewed in the N Plan folder.
October 2021 Parish Council Meeting
The October Meeting of the Parish Council will be held on 21 October 2021 at 7.30 pm at the Community Centre Hugglescote
Agenda and supporting information can be found in the meetings calendar folder
Members of the Public and press are welcome to attend.
Hugglescote Community Centre has reopened and this meeting will be held in public. Social distancing and other Covid-19 measures will be introduced to maintain the safety of all using the Centre remains in place.
Community Litter Pick / Tidy up Saturdays
Our next monthly tidy up date will be 6 November 2021
Meeting at the Community Centre facilities will be open to collect equipment between 10am and 11.30pm
Further information contact any Councillor or our Clerk. firstname.lastname@example.org
Parish Councillor for St Johns Ward
The Parish Council have a vacancy for a Member to represent St Johns Ward.
All information and an outline of the work of a parish councillor may be found under the Councillor pages listed opposite, along with an application form, or please contact the Clerk for further information.
Reporting Anti Social Behaviour
Reporting Anti Social Behaviour
The Police advise that if residents are suffering from any Anti Social Behaviour activity particularly on or next to the Play and Recreation areas please contact them using the 101 service.
This will ensure that any report is passed on to the duty teams