Parish Information Local MP:
To contact Bill Wiggin please visit Bill Wiggin Online
Cllr Carole Gandy
T: 07739 431049
ELECTIONS - KEY DATES
Stand for what you believe in
Briefing sessions on the Elections Process for those interested in
becoming a councillor, or supporting a candidate
Thursday 7 March - Prospective candidates
briefing (open to all) - Assembly Hall, Hereford Town
Hall (6pm – 8pm)
12 March 2019 - Notice of election
3 April 2019 (4pm) - Deadline for delivery of nomination papers
2 May 2019 - Polling Day
3 May 2019 - Count
Clerk to Leintwardine Group Parish Council
T: 01547 540706
Coming Up COUNCIL MEETINGS
Council Meetings are usually held on the first Thursday of each month except August and January.
Meetings start at 7:30pm and are held in the Reading Room, High Street, Leintwardine. Members of the public are welcome to attend.
Next Scheduled Council Meeting - Thursday 7th March 2019 at 7.30pm
THE PARISH COUNCIL BUDGET AND PRECEPT
The proposed precept for 2019-20 is £25,043. For a Band D property this would mean an annual charge of £55.79 for Parish Council services. The charge for a Band D property in 2018/19 was £48.85; therefore the proposed added cost is £6.94, which is an increase of 14%. For more details see the documents published under "Finance" for 2019.
The Leintwardine Centre
For the latest events at the Leintwardine Centre go to
News and Notices LATEST NEWS AND EVENTS:
Local Planning Consultation details can be found by following the link to the Herefordshire Council Planning portal below
Wigmore Group Parish Council Neighbourhood Development Plan Regulation 16 consultation – closes 27 February
Herefordshire Minerals and Waste Local Plan (MWLP) – Consultation closes 4 March
Herefordshire Council News
For the latest news from Herefordshire Council see
A small minority of dog owners are not clearing up after their dogs. As well as being a nuisance and an eyesore, dog mess can cause serious illness particularly in children and people with reduced immunity. Tiny Toxacara Canis eggs can remain long after the rain has washed the visible mess away. This is why it is seen as a significant problem, and why dog owners can be fined for not clearing up after their dog in public places. The Parish Council is putting up notices to remind dog owners of their legal duties and increasing waste bin capacity in Leintwardine. The Council also plans to provide dog waste bag dispensers, so that dog owners will have no excuse for not acting responsibly.