The latest news from Castle Donington Parish Council.
Castle Donington Volunteer Centre will be holding their Annual General & Special Meeting on Monday 21st July 2014.
This meeting will see the centre officially closing as an unincorporated charity and opening the charity as a charitable incorporated organisation, which will enable them to provide a better internal structure to operate from, along with other benefits for the organisation.
Anyone wishing to attend or obtain further information should contact Julia Burkin on 01332 850826 or email email@example.com.
Music in the Park
Spital Park Playing Fields
6 July 2014
12 noon - 7.00pm
Please find attached a link to the "Download Local Residents Help Guide" from their official website as we have been asked several questions regarding Download already today.
E-mail address is firstname.lastname@example.org and telephone number is 0845 036 0470 which is open 24 hours a day between today Wednesday 11 June 12.00pm and Monday 16 June 12.00pm.
In addition the NWLDC telephone number is 01530 454789.
Mediaeval May Market
MONDAY 5 MAY 2014
Historic Car Festival Cavalcade
Saturday 3 May 2014
Castle Donington Parish Council, in conjunction with Donington Park, organised a parade of Historic Cars around the village centre
What a fab evening
See Press Release (link above) - AboutmyareaDE74
Historic Car Festival Cavalcade photos
East Midland Gateway Public Consultation
Monday 19 May 2.30pm-7.30pm at the Donington Manor Hotel
Precept information 2014-15
Information and facts about the Precept
Chari based Exercise Group being organsied by the Volunteer Centre and NWLDC
See attached poster
Starts 10 March 2014
Town Crier Wanted
Please contact the Parish Council office for further details
DUE TO VANDALISM AGAIN
THE SKATE PARK AT SPITAL PARK WILL BE CLOSED FOR THE FORESEEABLE FUTURE
IF YOU HAVE ANY INFORMATION REGARDING THE VANDALISM PLEASE CONTACT THE OFFICE
IT IS YOUR PLAY PARK, HELP US TO KEEP IT SAFE AND USABLE
Over the last few weeks, Healthwatch Leicester have been engaging with a number of local groups and communities, to gain further understanding of the issues that communities are facing.
Healthwatch Leicester recently met with members of the Zimbabwean Community to understand their issues with accessing mainstream mental health services.
The three Clinical Commissioning Groups in Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland (LLR) are asking parents, families and carers of children to give their views on how to improve the children's emergency services across the county.
For more information contact Liz Mattock:
0116 295 4159
Christmas Cheer Event