Allesley Parish Council Events and Notices


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Parish Council Election Notice 2023

Parish Council Elections will Be taking place on the 4th of May 2023 , Please show your support for your local community by making your vote count.

Parish Council Election Notice

Parish Council Notice following the Passing of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II 10th September 2022

Following the recent sad passing of her majesty Queen Elizabeth II on the 7th of September 2022 , During the period of national mourning the meeting planned for Monday 12th of September is cancelled and the next meeting will be held on the 10th of October 2022 , Agenda for this will be published in due course

Parish Council Notice In Relation To Casual Vacancy - 11th February 2022

There is a Vacancy in the Parish Council for a new parish councillor if you would like to apply please clik below or if there is any queries please contact the clerk.

Vacancy Notice

RW HW Rural Watch & Horse Watch Crime Alerts Bulletin - 14 January 2016

Attached is a bulletin containing details of incidents which have occurred at farms and rural premises, across Warwickshire, over recent days.

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Alert for Incidents in North Warks

Cats Found and Safely Home
We are pleased to report that the two cats reported as lost/stolen following a break in at a premises in Claverdon on 18/12/15 have been found and are safe and well and back with their owner. She has asked us to pass on her thanks to everyone who received the alert and shared it in the community as she feels this has helped get the cats back home.

Successful Operation By North Warwickshire Police
On the 12th and 13th January, North Warwickshire Police ran an operation in Corley, working with partnership agencies to address illegal vehicles on the road, including catching those using red diesel and offenders using our road network. 34 vehicles were seized and 5 arrests made. Checks were also made on livestock vehicles to ensure they were carrying correct paperwork; this included those carrying horses where passports and microchips were checked.

Door Step Caller Reported in Shustoke
A Shustoke resident called the Police concerned about a male selling door to door. The caller banged loudly on the door asking the resident to 'hurry up' and was rude on having his wares declined. He was stopped after an accurate description and direction of travel was provided. He was reported for not being in possession of a pedlars certificate and will, no doubt, receive a hefty fine. PC Ellen BEATY states 'To sell door to door a Pedlars Certificate is required. This can be obtained after applying to the Police in the area you live and once issued is valid throughout the UK. The licence costs £12.25, lasts for a year, applicants have to be over 17 years of age and of good character. It is an offence to sell door to door without one and if requested by anyone to whom goods are offered for sale, or if on private property must be produced.'

Please be aware of the following incidents in our area:

Please be aware there have recently been a number of incidents reported in Atherstone where lead flashing has been stolen from around windows and on one occasion from a roof. Please be vigilant and if you see anyone acting suspiciously or have any information that could help the police with their enquiries please call 101.

Inc 88 of 22/1/16
Some time between 0030 and 1000 22/1/16, unknown offenders have stolen a rear number plate from a vehicle parked on Coventry Road, Coleshill.

Inc 265 of 21/1/16
Some time between 1900 on 20/1/16 and 0730 22/1/16, a vehicle parked at Ravenswood Hill, Coleshill has been broken into and tools taken.

Inc 220 of 21/1/16
Sometime between 1400 on 18/1/16 and 1300 21/1/16, unknown offenders have entered a secure shed in Watton Lane, Water Orton and stole a bicycles and golf clubs.

Inc 78 of 24/12/15
Some time between 2200 23/12/15 and 0745 24/12/15, unknown offenders have entered a secure garage in Stafford Street, Atherstone and stolen a number of power tools and gardening equipment.

Inc 78 and 127 of 24/12/15
Some time during the night/early hours of 23rd/24th December, two vehicles have been broken into at a rural business in Cliff. Both vehicles had a window smashed and one vehicle had items taken from the glove box.

Inc 385 of 24/12/15
Some time between 1300 and 2000 24/12/15, a property in Lister Road, Atherstone was entered and two TVs taken.

Inc 136 of 27/12/15
During the night of 26th/27th December, a rural property near to Atherstone was broken into and a quantity of horticultural chemicals were taken including weed killer and fertilisers.

Inc 239 of 27/12/15
Some time between 1700 26/12/15 and 1000 27/12/15, a secure garage at a rural property in Fillongley has been entered. Nothing appears to have been taken.

If you saw anything or have any information that could help the police with their enquiries please call 101 and quote the incident number stated above.

HW & RW Rural Watch & Horse Watch Crime Alerts Bulletin - 22 June 2015

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Election of Parish Councillors for Allesley Parish Council - full details ...


The election process for all elections is set out in law, so candidates must ensure that they are familiar with the requirements set out in these guidance notes. The notes are however provided as general guidance only, with queries on any specific issues, should be directed to the Electoral Commission.

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Allesley Parish Council's Response to the Draft Coventry Local Plan – 2014

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Neighbourhood Policing

Dedicated Neighbourhood Policing teams ensure the right number of people police the right areas in the right numbers.This service will help you find out more about your neighbourhood team. It will tell you which local policing unit (LPU) and which neighbourhood team covers your area. It will provide links to both the LPU's website and, where available, your neighbourhood team's webpage.

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The Parish Council was recently invited to nominate representatives to attend the Royal Garden Party at Buckingham Palace on the 21st May 2014.

In recognition of his many years of service and work undertaken as a Councillor, the members unaminously nominated Cllr Norman Slater and his wife Amanda.

The Parish Council was delighted to be informed that Cllr Norman Slater and his wife have been selected to attend the Royal Garden Party.