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Castle Donington Parish Council

Serving the people of Castle Donington, Cavendish Bridge and Kings Mills

Clerk: Fiona Palmer
Parish Rooms , Hillside , Castle Donington, Derby, DE74 2NH

Tel: 01332 810432

News

The latest news from Castle Donington Parish Council.

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Mon, 08 Feb 2016
20,000-for-Seven

PLEASE VOTE FOR THESE TWO PROJECTS – 3G MULTI-USE RECREATIONAL FACILITY AND CASTLE DONINGTON COMMUNITY LIBRARY

PLEASE SHARE TO EVERYONE YOU KNOW – ALL MEMEBERS OF YOUR FAMILY, FRIENDS, ASSOCIATES, ETC ETC

LETS WIN THIS EXTRA MONEY FOR BOTH PROJECTS

WE NEED YOUR VOTE

CD COMMUNITY LIBRARY (PDF, 211 Kb)
Wed, 03 Feb 2016
Queen's 90th Birthday Celebration
Queen's 90th Birthday Celebration

Street Party to be held for The Queen's 90th Birthday

Fri, 18 Dec 2015
NWLDC Energy Switch

NWLDC Energy Switch

NWLDC Poster (JPEG, 266 Kb, 1264x864)
Mon, 07 Dec 2015
Christmas on Borough Street
Christmas on Borough Street

Christmas on Borough Street

Fri, 13 Nov 2015
PPG

PPG

Castle Donington Surgery Patient Participation Group

Did you know?

You can book appointments and order repeat prescriptions on line. Just register for these services at the surgery website -www.castledoningtonsurgery.co.uk;

Valuable surgery updates are given in the surgery newsletter – sign up via the website for your copy.

It's Flu Vaccination Time!

Are you:

Aged 65 or over?

In an "at risk" group e.g. diabetes, OPD, heart disease, take immuno-suppression, pregnant, or a main carer?

Then call the surgery now to book your appointment for flu vaccine. More »

Unsure you're eligible for flu vaccine? Contact the surgery – 01332 856050.

Go to http://www.nhs.uk/conditions/vaccinations/pages/flu-influenza-vaccine.aspx for more information about flu vaccination.

CDPPG is voluntary group leading patient involvement in services and responding to patients' views and experiences. Contact us via the surgery website or write to CDPPG, c/o CD Parish Council, Parish Rooms, Hillside, Castle Donington DE74 2NH » Less

Fri, 13 Nov 2015
Farmers Market

The Farmer's Market has moved location! It will no longer be held in St Edward's School Courtyard and now takes place on the land behind the Bowls Club off Delven Lane. The next market in the new location will be 14th November; parking will remain at the Castle Donington College.

Fri, 13 Nov 2015
RURAL INITIATIVE

Leicestershire Police are in the process of developing a new crime prevention initiative aimed at farmers and landowners. The initiative will soon be rolled out across Leicestershire and Rutland with the aim to reduce crime, improve crime prevention and awareness within Rural and Farming communities.

For more information please email Nicola.stanhope@leicestershire.pnn.police.uk or text 07768052473.

Mon, 09 Nov 2015
Statement of Effect

STATEMENT OF EFFECT

MARKET STREET, BOROUGH STREET, THE HOLLOW, APIARY GATE, DOVE COTE, CLAP GUN STREET, CASTLE DONINGTON

PROPOSED CHANGES TO WAITING RESTRICTIONS.

Leicestershire County Council proposes make a number of changes to the on street parking provision presently found on these streets. We are proposing to amend the current limited waiting time from 2hrs no return for 4 hours Mon - Sat to 2hrs no return for 1hr Mon – Sat 8am to 6pm. We further propose to increase the on street parking spaces for both disabled and non-disabled drivers. More »

In addition we intend to implement double yellow No Waiting at Any Time Restrictions at junctions and accesses on Borough Street. Further it is proposed that the restricted waiting on Apiary Gate, Clap Gun Street and Dovecote should become no waiting at any time as the road widths here are so narrow that parking on the carriageway would cause an obstruction.

Drawing TM4211/03/2015 shows the proposals.

The proposal is in response to a request made by the Parish Council, who has raised concerns regarding the limited waiting parking operating times and inappropriate parking of vehicles at access points and around the pedestrian island at The Hollow. The proposal will increase and improve the parking arrangements in the town centre to best meet the needs of local residents and business owners and resolve the issues currently being experienced due to obstructive parking.

STATEMENT OF EFFECT

Park Lane, The Green parish of Castle Donington

Revocation of no loading restrictions

There are currently no loading restrictions on Park Lane near its junction with Bond Gate which prohibit loading on Mon – Sat from 8am – 9.30am and 4pm – 6pm these restrictions are unnecessary as it is unlikely that loading to any of the adjacent properties would occur on a regular basis.

It is therefore proposed that these loading restrictions are removed retaining the no waiting at any time restrictions. » Less

Thu, 05 Nov 2015
Andrew Bridgen MP Notice
Andrew Bridgen MP Notice

Upcoming Surgeries

Notice 5.11.15 (MS Word, 28 Kb)
Tue, 27 Oct 2015
Wakes Road Traffic Order

Wakes Road Traffic Order

20151027103901 (PDF, 82 Kb)
Tue, 29 Sep 2015
An Introduction To The Parish Council

DCLG

Mon, 28 Sep 2015
Audit 2014-2015

Audit 2014-2015

20150928134252 (PDF, 559 Kb)
Thu, 17 Sep 2015
Valley Beat Community based Traffic Operation – Chapter 2

Following consultations with local residents, Community Speed Watch groups and partner agencies the NN43 Valley beat team have recently carried out a the second part of its Traffic Operation dealing with the highlighted issues.

The second week in September saw beat team members PC Underwood and PCSO Bradley out and about on 'Valley' and during an early start on Ashby Road, Kegworth - a 30mph main road through the village which has had electronic speed advisory signs recently erected – five vehicles where stopped and advised for minor breaches and three drivers were reported for excessive speed, all within an hour. It has to be noted that local residents who were walking their children to the local school were grateful that a pro-active approach was being taken to the community led issues. More »

Moving onto Belton and Rempstone Road (next to the phone box) a 40mph limit, around 50 vehicles were checked and it was pleasing to report, all were compliant. However, moving around the corner at the cross roads of Long Street and Gracedieu Road, a vehicle was pulled over for recording a speed in excess of 50mph and duly reported.

An afternoon check in Peggs Green (30mph) two drivers were reported for speed in excess of 40mph and a number of others advised for minor breaches.

Attention was then paid to Hilltop in Castle Donington. With a 30mph limit in place, four drivers were reported for excessive speeds, of which two of these were also reported for not wearing seat belts.

The beat team plan to carry out further Traffic Operations in the future in conjunction with resident led SPEEDWATCH GROUPS, partner agencies and local communities, making the beat a safer place.

The NN43 Valley Police Beat Team. » Less

Thu, 17 Sep 2015
Local Plan

NWLDC is considering their new draft Local Plan which has now been published and can be viewed at:

http://minutes-1.nwleics.gov.uk/ieListDocuments.aspx?CId=129&MId=1507&Ver=4

Subject to the agreement of NWLDC Full Council, it is proposed to hold a eight week public consultation on the draft Local Plan starting on the 28th September 2015. As part of this consultation they will be holding three parish events in each of the Community Forum Areas on the following dates:

Ashby Measham Moira – 5th October at Ashby Town Council More »

Coalville Area- 7th October at North West Leicestershire Council offices

Northern parishes -15th October at Kegworth Village Hall

-23rd October at Castle Donington Library 2pm-5pm

Further details of times and venues will be made available in due course. » Less

Thu, 17 Sep 2015
CASTLE DONINGTON LIBRARY

Update:

The Parish Council is working on the plan to facilitate the retention of the library service in Castle Donington. As part of this work it is currently looking to purchase the building and create a community hub for the benefit of the whole community. By creating a viable and thriving facility, will ensure the sustainability of the library project. It is also looking at facilitating the setting-up of a legal entity to run the library provision in some form. This will be run by a group of active volunteers. More »

A number of public consultation events will be held over the next few months to ensure that a modern and thriving library facility and community hub can be provided and retained for the benefit of the local community. Look out for dates of the meetings over the next few months. » Less

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