Cadeby Parish Council News
15 May 2019Annual Parish Meeting
The Annual Parish Meeting will take place on Friday 24th May in Cadeby Church hall at 7pm.
All welcome. Notice/Agenda attached.
05 May 2019Cadeby Annual Parish Council Meeting
The next Annual Parish Council meeting will be held in the Church hall on Wednesday 8th May at 7pm, all residents are welcome to attend. Agenda attached.
01 May 2019Temporary Road Closure, Rectory Lane, Market Bosworth
Leicestershire County Council Highways has agreed to a Temporary Traffic Regulation Order at the above Location.
A road closure and prohibition of waiting/loading is required on Rectory Lane between The Park and Sutton Lane/Market Place on the 12/5/2019 for 2 days from 09:00 to 15:00.
Full details and a diversion plan can be downloaded using the links below.
01 May 2019Cadeby Break-in
There was a break-in at a house in Cadeby late morning on Monday 29th April.
No one was in the property at the time.
Leicestershire Police were made aware of the incident and attended.
Anyone with information which may be of use to police in this matter is asked to call the Leicestershire Police switchboard on 0116 222 2222 quoting the incident number 247 29/04/19.
Police are urging people to remain extra vigilant and security conscious.
24 April 2019Cadeby Litter Pick
Cadeby DCC (the volunteer group which cares for Cadeby Church) and Cadeby Parish Council joined forces to organise a community litter pick as part of the 2019 Great British Spring Clean campaign.
Cadeby DCC members Claire Evans, left, and Tina Winterbottom, with Denis Winterbottom.
Twenty-four villagers, from school children to grandparents, turned out on a cold and windy Sunday afternoon to take part.
Armed with litter-picking sticks and hi-vis vests, courtesy of Hinckley and Bosworth Borough Council, they collected enough rubbish to fill no fewer than 18 large sacks.
Cadeby DCC members Susan and Victor Broadfield.
Finds included a duvet, a wrenched-open mini safe, hub caps and a bouquet of red roses….
Cadeby Churchwarden Janet Hicklin, who plotted the areas to be blitzed, said: “It was good to see the District Church Council and the Parish Council working together towards a common aim for the benefit of those who live here.
Cadeby siblings Lewis and Eliza.
“Thank you to all who gave up their time to clear our paths, roadsides and hedgerows.
“Despite the uninviting weather, we had a really good turnout and gathered an amazing amount of litter.
“We had some unusual finds but it was disappointing that a lot of the discarded litter was alcohol bottles and cans.”
Cadeby mum and son, Liina and Riko.
Everyone who took part was invited to the church hall for hot drinks and biscuits afterwards and the rubbish filled sacks were taken to the churchyard for collection by the borough council.
It is hoped to make the litter pick a twice-yearly event and organisers say they have already identified ways to improve things next time.
24 March 2019Cadeby church annual meeting
We will be holding the annual meeting of Cadeby District Church Council (DCC) in the church on Thursday March 28 at 7.30pm which you will be very welcome to attend.
The meeting will include reports from our Churchwarden, Janet, and our Vicar, the Revd Mark Poskitt, as well as a financial update and election of church council members and post-holders for the year ahead.
We will also be ratifying the church electoral roll, so if you are a regular attender and would like to be included on the list, please have a word with Janet to request a form, if you have not already done so.
The meeting will be quite short so it won’t take up much of your time.
The church is opened daily for anyone to visit, so if you are not able to attend the meeting, please do pop in at another time. You will find lots of information about the church building, our church family, forthcoming services and other community activities inside.
With good wishes,
22 March 2019Have your say on how the NHS should change in Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland
Independent health and care champions Healthwatch Leicester, Healthwatch Leicestershire and Healthwatch Rutland are launching a 'What would you do?' campaign to encourage people across Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland (LLR) to share their views about what local NHS services should look like.
Our new campaign aims to encourage people to share their views about how extra money from the Government should be spent on local NHS services.
The Government is investing £20 billion a year in the NHS as part of the NHS Long Term Plan. Local organisations are now being asked to explore how services should change locally to make the NHS work better for people.
We want to hear from local people about what works, what doesn't work and how people think local health services should be improved.
Share your views with Healthwatch LLR and help make care better. There are two public surveys to capture your views and you can fill in one or both of them.
1. What would you do to give people more control over their care?
2. What would you do to give people better support?
We would also like to visit support groups in Leicester and Leicestershire to hear people's views on what local services should look like. If you have a group that we can attend, please contact me on the details below.
If you have any questions, please contact
Gemma Barrow |Community Outreach Lead - County
Healthwatch Leicester and Leicestershire | Clarence House| 46 Humberstone Gate| Leicester | LE1 3PJ
Tel: 0116 251 8313| Mob: 07732 683453| Email: firstname.lastname@example.org