Barwell Parish Council

Serving the people of Barwell

  • Barwell Park Plaque

    Barwell Park Plaque

    Welcome Plaque at Entrance of Barwell Park

  • Public Toilets

    Public Toilets

    Refurbished Public Toilets

  • Meteorite Plaque

    Meteorite Plaque

    Boulder

  • Kirkby Chapel

    Kirkby Chapel

    Kirkby Chapel

Barwell Parish Council provides your local services. We strive to make Barwell a better place to live, work and play. Our website includes a wealth of information about how we conduct business and what we do. Use the search or browse the site to find whatever you are looking for. If you can't find the information you require then please contact us.

Latest News

Forthcoming Roadworks affecting Barwell on 15th March 2019

Forthcoming Roadworks affecting Barwell on 15th March 2019

FAIRACRE ROAD, BARWELL on 15th March 2019

Traffic Control (Multi-way Signals) - Severn Trent works needed to repair damaged frame and cover

HINCKLEY ROAD, BARWELL on 15th March 2019

Traffic Control (Stop/Go Boards) - Repair of Speed Ramps More »

STAPLETON LANE, BARWELL on 15th March 2019

Traffic Control (Multi-way signals) - Severn Trent works needed to repair damaged frame and cover » Less

Posted: Wed, 13 Mar 2019 10:05 by Deputy Clerk

LEICESTERSHIRE TREE PLANTING INITIATIVE

LEICESTERSHIRE TREE PLANTING INITIATIVE

Do you have a couple of hours to spare? Would you like to get involved in Community Tree Planting in association with The Woodland Trust, if so please come along and PLEASE bring a spade with you

Sunday 17th March at 2.30pm More »

Saturday 23rd March 10.30am

Meet at far end of Barwell Park (Tip Park) on the left hand side » Less

Posted: Tue, 12 Mar 2019 10:18 by Deputy Clerk

MESSAGE IN A BOTTLE

MESSAGE IN A BOTTLE

Message in a bottle could help save your life.

Keep your emergency medical and contact details in the bottle in your fridge so they can be found quickly by the responding services.

We have a few in the Parish Office if you would like to call in and collect one.

Posted: Mon, 04 Mar 2019 11:55 by Denise Deighton

More items can be recycled in your Blue Bins

More items can be recycled in your Blue Bins

RECYCLING for residents across the borough is set to become even easier from next month.

From 4 March, Hinckley and Bosworth residents can recycle a host of common items including carrier bags, cling film, plastic film, bubble wrap, books, crisp tubes and egg boxes alongside other plastics, paper, cardboard glass and cans in their blue lidded recycling bin. More »

These changes are possible now that recycling material is being sent to a plant in Leicester that is capable of handling the materials.

To reduce the risk of contamination, residents are reminded that all materials should still be clean and free from food residue. Additionally black plastic – including black plastic bags and film - is unsuitable for recycling due to the carbon black pigments it contains which means it cannot be sorted by the optical sorting systems used in plastics recycling.

Executive Member for Neighbourhood Services at the Borough Council, Councillor Mark Nickerson, said: "This welcome change has been brought about by the hard work of all districts, led by our own senior officers, and will further enhance our efforts to increase our already excellent recycling rates."

For more information on what's changing please visit: www.hinckleybosworth.gov.uk/recyclingchanges » Less

Posted: Thu, 28 Feb 2019 10:52 by Deputy Clerk