The latest news from Castle Donington Parish Council.
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 email@example.com 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
Christmas Sleigh Collections
See attached poster for areas and dates
The Government is currently consulting on their proposed route for a High Speed Rail line between the Midlands and Leeds. The proposed line goes through North West Leicestershire and includes an East Midlands station at Toton, between Nottingham and Derby.
Leicestershire County Council and North West Leicestershire District Council want to encourage as many residents and businesses as possible to respond to the Government's consultation and make their views known.
HS2Ltd is the company created by Government to develop and promote a high Speed Rail network. They have organised a series of Information Events with information about the proposals in your local area. More »
A range of technical staff will be present at these events to answer questions about the design, environmental impact etc. in relation to the route. There will also be sound booths for people to experience the noise levels they can expect once HS2 is in operation.
Locally relevant HS2Ltd Information Events are :
LONG EATON Friday 15th NOVEMBER 12pm - 8pm West Park Leisure Centre, Wilsthorpe Road, Long Eaton NG10 4AA
LONG EATON Saturday 16th NOVEMBER 10am - 5pm West Park Leisure Centre, Wilsthorpe Road, Long Eaton NG10 4AA
MEASHAM on Wednesday 27th NOVEMBER from 12 noon – 8.00pm at Measham Leisure Centre, High Street, Measham, DE12 7HR
ASHBY DE LA ZOUCH on Thursday 5th DECEMBER from 12 noon- 8.00pm at Hood Park Leisure Centre, North Street, Ashby de la Zouch, LE65 1HU
Please note that the Government's consultation will close on JANUARY 31st 2014. More information about the consultation, including how to respond, can be found on HS2Ltd website: www.hs2.org.uk
To plan your journey to the information events, HS2Ltd recommend you can use the simple door-to-door journey planner provided by www.transportdirect.info . If you do not have access to a private vehicle, or have difficulty accessing public transport and this will prevent you from attending the information event, please contact 020 7944 4908 (lines are open Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm) to discuss possible alternative solutions.