Tugby & Keythorpe Parish Council

Serving the people of Tugby & Keythorpe

Parish Clerk: Graeme Ostah

Welcome to Tugby & Keythorpe Parish Council. We endeavour to make Tugby & Keythorpe a better place to live. Our website includes a wealth of information about local groups and businesses in our community directory. Use the search or browse the site to find whatever you are looking for. To see older 'News' items, click 'News' on the Menu sidebar. If you can't find what you want or would like to recommend any improvements to our website then please contact us.

Latest News

Next Parish Council meeting date tba in due course

UPDATE as at 28th March 2020

We are still awaiting guidance on holding PC meetings virtually but at present, it is not allowed in law for us to meet this way. Due to social distancing, we are not able to hold meetings in person (and, for obvious reasons, the village hall where we would usually meet, is currently closed).



We hope that the Parish Council meeting will go ahead as normal (in the village hall), although we obviously ask villagers to follow Public Health England advice about social distancing. More »

We have not received government guidance on holding meetings virtually and so, for the timebeing, still need to hold physical meetings open to the public for transparency. However, we also need to be quorate which may not be possible if councillors are unable to attend for social distancing reasons.

Please contact the Parish Clerk or any councillor to raise issues for the Agenda. The Agenda is usually published on the village noticeboard on the Friday beforehand. » Less

Posted: Thu, 19 Mar 2020 11:01 by Ann Baughan

Tackling Loneliness

Tackling Loneliness

Tackling loneliness and social isolation is one of the biggest challenges we are facing in society at the moment. Many people across different sections of society experience loneliness or isolation at various times in their lives, and it's clear that loneliness can affect anyone, regardless of a person's age or the area they live in. We also know that feeling lonely can have quite a significant effect on our health and wellbeing. More »

Click here for the Loneliness Toolkit for Leicestershire, an 8-page booklet, which provides lots of useful information to help people reduce feelings of loneliness. It also has information about local sources of support, as well as how to get involved in community groups, projects and activities. » Less

Posted: Wed, 22 Jan 2020 05:02 by Graeme Ostah

District Police Beat Surgeries

Feel free to pop in and have a chat, or raise any concerns etc. at any of the upcoming Harborough District Police Beat Surgeries...

Wednesday 18th December
10-10.30am–Hallaton Road, Horninghold.
10.45-11.15am– Blaston Hill, Blaston
11.30-12.00pm-Slawston Road, Slawston
12.15-12.45 pm– Cranoe Road, Cranoe

Posted: Tue, 10 Dec 2019 12:35 by Graeme Ostah