Harlestone Parish Council currently meets the first Wednesday of every month at the Harlestone Village Institute at 7.00pm.Our next council meeting is on: Wednesday 4th October, 2023
It is important to us here at Harlestone Parish Council to keep the local people updated, whether this be about recent road closures, or upcoming events. We will be posting updates to ensure that our community is always up to speed with happenings in the area.
It is essential to Harlestone Parish Council to provide and support the local community. We have various community lead groups that you are welcome to join. Harlestone also has a variety of local walks that are great for all the family, alongside plenty of local businesses.
Parish Council’s must be transparent with their financial documents and obligations. These can be easily found on our site, making it easier for you, the local people, to contribute to local decision making and increase our democratic accountability.
Welcome to Harlestone
Harlestone Parish Council works towards improving community well being and providing better services in our village.
The Parish Council has a range of different powers to provide and maintain a variety of important and visible local services including bridleways, burial grounds, bus shelters, commons and open spaces, community transport schemes, community safety and crime reduction measures, events and festivals, footpaths, leisure and sports facilities, litter bins, planning, street cleaning and lighting, traffic calming measures, village greens and youth projects.
Coronavirus restrictions were lifted by the Government on July 19th 2021. However, it is still absolutely essential that we all remain conscious of our actions, to keep us all safe.
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These PDF’s show the allocated sites for wildflowers around the village.
View photos of the local area and our community here!