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Posted: Mon, 18 Oct 2021 10:43 by Parish Council
Hello from the Burbage beat team. Here is an update for recent days to raise awareness around local crime.
Suspicious person on Norfolk Close around 04:45 on 13/10/21. Area search completed, no one identified.
Denis Road residential burglary. No resident present at time of incident. Rear conservatory door and kitchen door smashed. Unknown items taken at the moment. Crime number 21000600676
Number plates stolen from vehicle on Brookside overnight on 15th into 16th October. Also on the same night a van was broken into on Featherston Drive, tools taken. More »
Residential burglary on Primrose Drive on the 15th October. Entrance gained via kitchen window. No one home and unknown items taken.
Whilst completing patrols, Pc Sharpe recovered the below vehicle on Sapcote Road. No tax or insurance.
Please be extra vigilant and report any suspicious behaviour immediately to 101 or 999. If you see suspicious activity on your camera regarding recent days, please forward on any vehicle registration plate details or good facial images.
Remember to ensure your home looks occupied if you are away and do not leave items in your vehicle. Remove cash and jewellery from your property before you go away as these are the typically targeted items.
Please share this platform with friends and family to raise awareness and reduce crime. Thank you and take care.
Did you know you can report crime and incidents using our online portal. Please visit https://www.leics.police.uk/ Click on REPORT .
In an emergency dial 999
Darren Stretton (Police, PCSO 6035, Hinckley and Blaby NPA, Burbage) » Less
Posted: Mon, 18 Oct 2021 10:00 by Parish Council
Burbage Parish Council is preparing an Open Space Strategy which will guide the management of publicly accessible open spaces across the Parish.
We are asking residents to complete a short online survey to help us understand how open spaces are used and valued across the Parish.
The results will help us to understand how you feel the open spaces should be managed in future.
To take part in our survey click the following link: More »
The survey runs until 29th October 2021 » Less
Posted: Fri, 15 Oct 2021 16:06 by Parish Council
Two Hinckley parks are officially once again among the best in the UK after they were each awarded a much coveted green flag - a prestigious accolade that is only awarded to the very best parks and green spaces in the UK.
Argents Mead collected its fifth Green Flag Award, recognising the Borough Council's substantial investment in the town centre park over recent years.
Plus in a double celebration for the town, Hollycroft Park has also been awarded a Green Flag - the twelfth year that Hollycroft's environmental excellence has been acknowledged by the scheme. More »
The two award winning parks are two of the 2,127 sites across the country to collect the award for 2021.
The Green Flag Award scheme, celebrating its Silver Jubilee, is managed by environmental charity Keep Britain Tidy under licence from the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government, recognises and rewards well-managed parks and green spaces, setting the benchmark standard for their management across the United Kingdom and around the world.
The award is a sign to the public that the space boasts the highest possible environmental standards, is beautifully maintained and has excellent visitor facilities.
Councillor Bill Crooks, the Borough Council's Executive Member for Street Scene Services, Parks and Open Spaces said: "This award celebrates the dedication that goes into maintaining Argents Mead and Hollycroft Park to such a high standard.
"Thanks are due to the staff at the council, and in particular, the Friends of Hollycroft Park Group, for their dedication and hard work that has helped Hollycroft Park to get this much deserved award once again."
Commenting on the news that Hollycroft Park and Argents Mead have once again achieved the Green Flag Award standard, Green Flag Award Scheme Manager Paul Todd said: "I would like to congratulate everyone involved in making these two parks worthy of a Green Flag Award.
"To meet the requirements demanded by the scheme is testament to the hard work of the staff and volunteers who do so much to ensure that these two Hinckley Parks have high standards of horticulture, safety and environmental management and is a place that supports people to live healthy lives." » Less