Burton Overy Parish Council

Serving the people of Burton Overy

Church

Clerk: Phil Woodward
9 Lloyd George Avenue
Kibworth Beauchamp, Leics
LE8 0UZ

Tel: 07827 797125

Documents

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Cllr Fletcher Register of Members Interests

Register of Members' Interests form - certified by Harborough District Council's Monitoring officer

Wed, 10 Jul 2019

Cllr Garner Register of Members Interests

The Declaration of Interests of Cllr Nina Garner

Fri, 07 Jan 2022

Cllr Pain - Register of Members Interests

Declaration of Interests form of Cllr Pain

Sun, 10 Oct 2021

Cllr Rankine Register of Members Interests

Register of Members' Interests form - certified by Harborough District Council's Monitoring officer

Wed, 26 Jun 2019

Cllr Warwick Register of Members Interests

Register of Members' Interests form - certified by Harborough District Council's Monitoring officer

Wed, 10 Jul 2019

Core Training Dates 2019

Courses available through LRALC - bookable through the Clerk

Tue, 30 Oct 2018

Councillor Vacancy

A vacancy for parish councillor has arisen due to the resignation this week of Cllr Carolyn Carson.

The statutory notice advising of the vacancy is attached.

Wed, 17 Mar 2021

Councillor Vacancy (July 2021)

Statutory notice advertising the vacancy for a parish Councillor

Wed, 30 Jun 2021

Current PC logins - not financial

Logins for webmail, LRALC, NALC and the pc website

Tue, 02 Apr 2019

It takes all sorts

A publication from the National Association of Local Councils explaining the role of a Parish Councillor.

Tue, 07 Jun 2016

Local Councils - What do they do?

In England, a Local Council may be formally known as a Parish , Town, Community, Neighbourhood or Village Council

This document tells you what they actually do, and how you can get involved.

Tue, 05 Feb 2019

Power to the People - What are Local Councils?

Parish, town, community, neighbourhood and village councils are often referred to as local councils. They are a type of local authority.

Like other types of local authorities, local councils are involved in delivery of services and facilities for the public.

There are over 9,000 local councils in England. A local council enjoys a wide range of statutory powers related to the provision or support of certain services or facilities which generally benefit the residents who live in its area.

Local councils need active, interested and committed people to become councillors and get involved in their work.

This section briefly explains:

• how local councils fit into the structure of local government

• what a local council is

• examples of local council activities

• different sizes, different priorities

• the role of a local councillor

• how local councils make a difference

Tue, 05 Feb 2019

Register of Interests-Cllr Fran Brown

Last reviewed October 2013

Mon, 07 Oct 2013

Safeguarding public money - Reviewed Mar 19

Financial Regulations related to Councillor responsibilities with respect to internet banking.

Tue, 12 Mar 2019

Specialist Training Courses 2019

Specialist courses provided by LRALC - bookable through the Clerk

Tue, 30 Oct 2018

The Electoral Commission - Guidance for Candidates

This document applies to parish and community council elections only.

Tue, 05 Feb 2019

The good councillor's guide

Essential guidance for local councillors

Thu, 07 Jul 2016