Tugby & Keythorpe Parish Council

Serving the people of Tugby & Keythorpe

Parish contact: Cllr Gail Squire

Tel: 0116 259 8375

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Latest News

Extraordinary meeting of the Parish Council

Please see the Council Meetings page and attached document for the Agenda of this meeting to be held on 23 September at 7.30pm in Tugby village hall.

Posted: Thu, 16 Sep 2021 16:48 by Ann Baughan

Agenda Parish Council Meeting 9 September 2021

Agenda Parish Council Meeting 9 September 2021

TUGBY & KEYTHORPE PARISH COUNCIL

Councillors are summoned to a meeting on 9th September 2021 at 7 p.m. The meeting will be held at Tugby Village Hall in the Dean Room. The press and public are welcome to attend.

2nd September 2021

Public Participation

At the discretion of the Chairman, members of the public may ask or answer questions, make representations or give evidence relating only to the business being transacted. At the end of this section, the public may remain to observe the proceedings but cannot take part in the discussions(Local Government Act, 1974) More »

Procedural Items

Apologies: To receive apologies for absence

Declarations of Interest: To record declarations of personal or pecuniary interests for items on the agenda.

Minutes: To approve the minutes of the previous meeting.

Parish Matters:

Defective Street Lights; Pavement on Main Street; Overhanging hedges; Wood Lane road signs; Hallaton Road Pavement and 30 m.p.h. signs; Old Minute Books and Maps

Neighbourhood Plan Update

Planning Updates

Finance

Updates from District and County Councillors

Date of the next Meeting » Less

Posted: Fri, 03 Sep 2021 10:21 by Ann Baughan

Help reduce chemical usage in your garden/ allotment

Help reduce chemical usage in your garden/ allotment

A recent study by Anglain Water in the Welland Vale found that the vast majority of gardeners and allotment holders are either using organic methods or are doing their very best to reduce their chemical usage.

Knowledge of how to dispose of chemicals and there containers is generally good. It is important to make sure that any chemical or chemical washings are never poured down an inside or outside drain and instead are diluted with water and sprayed out onto sacrificial land e.g. a corner of the vegetable plot, away from any drains or watercourses. More »

Anglian Water is looking to work with local Councils to arrange a Garden and Allotment Chemical Amnesty to help with old/unwanted chemical disposal. » Less

Posted: Tue, 18 May 2021 19:55 by Ann Baughan