Vacancy for a Parish Councillor
10 December 2020
- Do you want to serve your Community?
- Do you have time or expertise which could benefit your Community?
- Are you concerned about your local area?
- Do you want to make a difference to all those around you?
- Do you want to represent the views of local people?
If you would like to make a difference, and be involved in shaping the future of your local Community, why not step forward and apply to become a Norton Lindsey Parish Councillor?
If you are interested in becoming a Councillor, or if you would just like an informal chat about the role, please contact Jennifer Bendall, Clerk, Norton Lindsey Parish Council, 7 Brick Kiln Close, Norton Lindsey, Warwick, CV35 8DL, Telephone: 01926 843534, Email: email@example.com
Application form for the casual vacancy of a Parish Councillor. Please note the closing date for applications is 30 November 2020.
Online Discussion and Q&A Session
5 November 2020
Following publication of its Parish Report 2020, Norton Lindsey Parish Council is holding an online discussion and Q&A session from 7.00-7.45pm on Tuesday 10 November 2020.
Questions for the Councillors can be asked on the day or submitted in advance by e-mail to the Clerk or via social media.
The meeting is taking place on Zoom and the joining instructions are:
Meeting ID: 827 4396 7220
Notification of Planning Committee, former Harvester restaurant
7 September 2020
For anyone interested, the planning application to turn the former Harvester restaurant at Longbridge into a McDonalds drive through is going to Planning Committee on 9 September. Details of the planning application can be found on the WDC website here. And details of the WDC planning committee are here. Please note, as it is out of area and has no direct impact on Norton Lindsey, NLPC will not be commenting.
Drug-related incident at Wolverton Primary School
8 August 2020
NLPC has been made aware that a drug-related incident of anti-social behaviour has occurred at Wolverton Primary School sometime over the last few weeks whilst the School is closed for the Summer Holidays. A ‘sharps-bin’ and other drug-related items were found abandoned in the playground and this is obviously concerning, given that small children could have discovered these items and been exposed to a serious health risk. The Headmistress has asked that all members of the public in the Parish be vigilant and if they see anything suspicious occurring on the school premises that they contact the Police on 999 (crime in progress) or 101 (non-emergency) as appropriate.Anyone with information about this incident is requested to contact the police on 101 quoting reference 196882020.
Annual Governance and Accountability Return 2019/20
25 July 2020
The unaudited Annual Governance and Accountability Return for the year ended 31 March 2020 has been published and is available on the village noticeboards and on the Annual Governance and Accountability Return page of the website.