East Langton Parish Council

Serving the people of East Langton & Church Langton

Clerk: Alison Gibson
56 Naseby Way, Great Glen
Leics LE8 9GS

Tel: 07763 177707

  • Picture of old school buildings in Church Langton

    Old school buildings in Church Langton

  • View of Church through trees, Church Langton

    View of Church through trees, Church Langton

  • View of cricket club and field

    View of Cricket Club and field

Neighbourhood Plan Review

Regulation 14 Consultation 29/7/21 to 15/9/21

Welcome to the website of East Langton Parish Council, serving the villages of Church Langton and East Langton.

The Clerk

The Clerk is Mrs Alison Gibson and her contact details are at the bottom of this page. Alison is also the Clerk to neighbouring Tur Langton Parish Council.

Parish Councillors

For details of our Parish Councillors see The Council page

Parish Council Meetings

Parish Council Meetings are held on the first Wednesday of the month, with alternate meetings primarily to decide on Planning Applications. If there are no applications for consideration and no other important items Planning Meetings may be cancelled. Full details of all meetings are on the Council Meetings page. Members of the public are welcome to attend Parish Council meetings, which are usually held in the Langtons Community Hall , Stonton Road, Church Langton.

However, due to the current Coronavirus restrictions and following the new Government legislation East Langton Parish Council will be holding Parish Council meetings online using Zoom.

The relevant legislation is The Local Authorities and Police and Crime Panels (Coronavirus) (Flexibility of Local Authority and Police and Crime Panel Meetings) (England and Wales) Regulations 2020 , which permits members to be present and attend a meeting without being present in the Council Chamber or together in the same place. Virtual Meetings are open to Members of the Public. Agendas and details of links to access meetings are available on our meetings page

See the Council's Remote Meeting Protocol below:

Parish Council owned Street Furniture and Trees

Details of Parish Council owned street furniture and trees and reporting any problems

Community

On our Community Pages you can add details of upcoming events on our What's On page or if you are a local business or community group you can add your details to the Directory . Submissions will be moderated and we aim to check items within seven days.

General Data Protection and Privacy Notices

Neighbourhood Plan

Coronavirus

Latest News

Neighbourhood Link

Posted: Sat, 31 Jul 2021 18:12 by Alison Gibson

If you want to find out more about policing in your area and recieve updates from the Market Harborough Beat Team, sign up to the community messaging system Neighbourhood Link where your views can influence how neighbourhood teams address policing priorities in your area and you will receive crime prevention information, help and support from your local officers too. More »

For more information or to sign up, please visit:

www.neighbourhoodlink.co.uk

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BACK LANE, EAST LANGTON, ADVANCE NOTICE OF A TEMPORARY TRAFFIC REGULATION ORDER 23/9/21.

Posted: Fri, 30 Jul 2021 11:05 by Alison Gibson

A Temporary Traffic Regulation Order (TTRO) is to be made for the following location: Back Lane, East Langton (see weblink below).

The purpose of the TTRO is to allow Leicestershire County Council to facilitate carriageway patching works. The TTRO will incorporate a temporary road closure. The duration of the restriction is not anticipated to exceed a period of 2 days, between 08:00-15:00 commencing on the 23rd September 2021. More »

A Press Release will be issued to confirm these details approximately 2 weeks prior to the works commencing.

Yours faithfully Network Management Team Leicestershire County Council Highways Weblink: https://one.network/?tm=GB12295158 » Less

School Games 2021 – temporary road closures for cycle event - 5th September

Posted: Wed, 21 Jul 2021 16:13 by Alison Gibson

Message from Leicestershire County Council

I would like to advise you that Slawston and Cranoe have been selected for the third year to host part of a major national multi-sport event involving elite young athletes from across the UK. More »

From Thursday, 2nd September, to Sunday, 5th September, Loughborough University will welcome 1,600 elite youngsters aged 13 to 16 to take part in the final of the School Games. The event gives future Olympians and Paralympians the chance to take part in 11 sports, including road cycle races.

The cycle race on Sunday 5th September, for cyclists aged 13 to 16, will be held in the Slawston and Cranoe area from 7am to 3pm.

To ensure the safety of the athletes, Leicestershire County Council is working with the organisers of the event to minimise any disruption. The age of the cyclists means that roads on the route, including key junctions, will need to be temporarily closed, with windows throughout the day to allow for access to and from the area.

The route will be the same as previous years, taking a loop around the villages, with traffic diverted away from the area between 7am and 3pm. Please find attached a more detailed map of the route.

In previous years the event has welcomed spectators to watch the sporting activities. Given the recent pandemic spectators are not being actively encouraged to travel to watch the 2021 School Games. The event organisers will ensure that all relevant guidance will be followed and implemented at the time of the event.

If you have any specific access requirements during the event, please let us know.

Access times are still to be finalised, they will be published in further correspondence as soon as they are available.

As with previous year's event, Leicestershire County Council and County Cllr. Dr Kevin Feltham fully support this exciting event.

For further information on the traffic management required email eventsnetworkmanagement@leics.gov.uk or call 0116 305 0001.

For more information on the School Games visit www.schoolgamesfinals.org/cycling

Yours sincerely

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