Newbold Verdon Parish Council

Serving the people of Newbold Verdon

Clerk: Josie Flavell
Sport's Pavilion, Alan's Way
Newbold Verdon, Leicester

Welcome to our new website!

Newbold Verdon Parish Council provides YOUR local services. We strive to make Newbold Verdon a better place to live, work and visit. Our website includes a wealth of information about how we conduct business and what we do. Find local groups and businesses in our community directory. Use the search or browse the site to find whatever you are looking for. If you can't find what you want then please contact us.

To read about the Parish Councillors and the Clerk serving the community, please visit the webpage The Council.

We also have a News page, which will give you updates to information received from lead authorities, including information concerning local community events.

Council Meetings

Newbold Verdon Parish Council meet once a month at 6:30pm on the first Monday of every month except in August, at the Sports Pavilion on Alans Way. Members of public are welcome to attend and make representations against items detailed on the meeting agenda, during the public open session only.

However, due to the current Covid-19 lockdown restrictions and legislation, all meetings are being held virtually via the video conference app Zoom at the earlier time of 6.30pm until further notice. Should you wish to join a Parish Council meeting, then you will need to use the meeting hyperlinks added to this page (see below), along with the meeting ID and password to gain access.

1st February Ordinary Meeting Login Details

Meeting ID: 468 009 9624
Passcode: 774988

Reporting Tools

To help the community and members of the public to find information or report items more easily, we have provided direct links to some of the local and national corporate bodies websites such as, Hinckley & Bosworth Borough Council, Leicester County Council, Highways England, One.Network (footpath and road closures), Leicestershire Police, Fix My Street (reporting tool for highways and footpath issues) and the Parish Council's Facebook page.

By clicking on the relevant logo on both the right and left hand-side of this webpage, it will take you directly to that website.

The image with a street light, will take your directly to the Leicestershire County Council faulty street light reporting webpage. Likewise, with the Severn Trent logo, this will take you directly to their webpage for reporting blocked drains and sewers.

The Arriva bus logo will take you directly to the village bus time table.

Contact Us

The Contact Us page contains an online form for easy communication with the council and a location map for the council office. It also gives information concerning how to contact council, the Clerk's hours of work and the parish office opening times.

Latest News

Proposed 50mph Speed Limit - Merrylees Road

P663 LEICESTERSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL DISTRICT OF NORTH WEST LEICESTERSHIRE MERRYLEES ROAD, NEWBOLD VERDON & HEATH ROAD, BAGWORTH AND THORNTON, HINCKLEY & BOSWORTH PROPOSED REDUCTION TO SPEED LIMIT STATEMENT OF REASONSAs part of the Rural Roads 50mph Speed Limit Initiative, all County roads that are assigned the national speed limit have been reviewed to identify those with an accident rate higher than the national average. As a result of this review, Merrylees Road, Newbold Verdon and Heath Road, Bagworth and Thornton have been identified to have a total number of accidents above the national average.In order to increase general safety and reduce the accident rate, the County Council proposes to reduce the speed limit from 60mph to 50mph.

Posted: Fri, 08 Jan 2021 18:28 by Josie Flavell

Borough Council Cultural Service Newsletter

Oct to December Newsletter

Posted: Fri, 08 Jan 2021 14:25 by Josie Flavell

Service Changes due to New Year Lockdown

Service Changes due to New Year Lockdown

The majority of Borough Council services will continue in a COVID secure way through the third lockdown which begins today (5 January) and is expected to continue until at least mid-February.

Amongst the many council services that will continue and facilities that will remain open through the lockdown are:

• Bin collections – refuse, recycling and garden waste, recycling sites and commercial waste, bulky and special collections plus street cleaning and servicing litter bins will continue. More »

• Markets on Fridays, Saturdays and Mondays (offering goods limited by law)

• Station Rd public toilets will remain open

• Car parks

• Allotments

• Playgrounds

• Parks and open spaces

• Emergency housing repairs

• Resident Support Scheme

• Business grants, advice and guidance

• Choice Based Lettings and allocation of properties

• Planning and planning enforcement

• benefits advice and claims service

• Homelessness advice

Leicestershire County Council, who operate the recycling and household waste sites (tips) in this area, have indicated that tips will remain open using the appointment system. The County Council is encouraging people to only visit the sites if it's essential and only if you have booked an appointment first. See to book an appointment.

The council services and facilities listed below will be closed until lockdown restrictions are eased:

• Hinckley Leisure Centre is currently closed. All memberships are frozen. For more information see

• Reception at Hinckley Hub will be closed to the public (except for emergencies). Please call 01455 238141 or email for customer services.

• Outdoor gyms, ball courts and pitches, tennis courts, skate parks, bowling green and pitch and putt are closed.

• Non-essential home visits by council staff will be postponed until after the restrictions are lifted.

Council Leader Stuart Bray said: "I know the last thing any of us wanted to face in the New Year was another lockdown; however, now, more than ever, we must do everything we can to protect the NHS, our health workers and our community.

"Since the pandemic first hit last year, our teams have been working to keep essential services open wherever we can and this will continue. We're also working closely with a range of local agencies, charitable organisations and local volunteers to offer whatever support we can. I'd remind residents that our Resident Support Scheme remains open to help people who are self-isolating and may need some help as they have no support networks, like friends, family or neighbours. No one has to be alone; support is available whether that be a friendly voice to speak to on the phone, help getting food items if you have no one else to turn to or financial support through government grants.

"If you are self-isolating or know somebody who is and has no or limited support networks such as friends, family or neighbours please call 01455 238141 or visit" » Less

Posted: Wed, 06 Jan 2021 11:07 by Josie Flavell