Try the outdoor gym at Brookside recreation ground
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Thu, 22 Mar 2018 08:10 by Parish Council
The hunt is on to find Hinckley and Bosworth residents who make a difference to the lives of others through volunteering. The Council is urging residents to nominate a person or group that deserves recognition for the help they give to others.
The Making a Difference community awards, to be held on Wednesday 6 June at Cineworld, Hinckley are sponsored by the Borough Council and include individual and group categories as follows: More »
- Helping hands (someone who provides practical and/or emotional support)
- good neighbour
- group contributor – someone who has played a key role in establishing or sustaining a community group
- lifetime achievement
- young volunteer of the year (16-25 year old)
- personal development award (An individual who has improved their personal skills and life prospects through volunteering)
- neighbourhood improvement group (a group of residents who have improved a neighbourhood)
- helping hands (a group who provide emotional/practical support to others)
- Best new project (an initiative by volunteers that begun after Jan 2016)
- longstanding achievement (a group who has improved the quality of life for residents over many years)
Leader of the Borough Council, Cllr Mike Hall, said: "These awards are a great way to recognise the individuals and groups who voluntarily help to support their communities. Last year we celebrated the work of some of the most selfless people in our Borough, who work to improve themselves, the people around them and the places they live. If you know somebody who deserves a public thank-you, then nominate them for this year's 'Making a Difference Awards' and let them know how much you appreciate the work that they do".
You can nominate online or download an application form by going to www.hinckley-bosworth.gov.uk/makingadifference. Alternatively contact the council's Resident Involvement Officer, Jacqui Kissai, for a nomination form, Tel: 01455 255 639, Email: email@example.com or write to Hinckley Hub, Rugby Road, Hinckley LE10 0FR
Nominations must be received by Tuesday 15 May 2018. A judging panel will consider all of the nominations and the awards will be presented at the voluntary and community sector celebration event on Wednesday 6 June. Each winner will receive a trophy and all nominees will receive a medal or certificate. » Less
Mon, 19 Mar 2018 11:54 by Parish Council
Join our HBBC play workers for an Easter play session. Drop off your children for a few hours for lots of fun
Date Wednesday 4th April 9.30am - 12pm or 1pm - 4pm
Booking is essential. All children must be registered. For more info contact:- Rebecca.ball@Hinckley-Bosworth.gov.uk
50p per session
Children 5 - 11 years old
Fri, 09 Mar 2018 11:40 by Parish Council
BURBAGE PARISH COUNCIL
Applications are invited for the position of
Salary Scale Point 31-34
£27,668 - £30,153
This is a varied and challenging role, working for Burbage Parish Council. It requires someone with an aptitude to comprehend the practicalities of a wide variety of situations, work on their own initiative and make decisions.
They will be responsible for leading a small team, undertaking general grounds maintenance work within the Parish, which will encompass sourcing contractors, managing them, recommending appropriate machinery and ensuring best financial control and maximise value within budget. More »
Buildings maintenance tasks, within the scope of skills available, will be undertaken and liaising with existing grounds maintenance contractors and also imminent building contractors to help minimise disruption to hall facilities will be needed.
Attendance at events and the organisation of traffic diversions will occasionally be necessary.
You will need to hold a full current UK driving licence and be qualified and experienced in the operation and maintenance of a range of grounds maintenance equipment.
You will be computer literate, have report writing skills, health & safety and supervisory experience.
As a representative of the Parish Council you will need communication skills when resolving concerns raised by the public, office staff and a flexible approach to work. Annualised hours and occasional weekend/evening working will be required. This role will develop as the Parish evolves in forthcoming years.
Further details and application form documents are available below for downloading and may also be collected in person from - Burbage Parish Council Millennium Hall, Britannia Road, Burbage, Leicestershire, LE10 2HF
Closing date: 12.00 noon on Friday 23rd March 2018
Interview date: Tuesday 10th April 2018