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Leintwardine Group Parish Council

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Welcome to Leintwardine Group Parish Councilís website.

There are 14 seats on the Parish Council: 12 for Leintwardine, 1 for Downton and 1 for Burrington. The Council currently has 8 members and 6 vacant seats.
Applications to join the Council are always welcome. Meetings are open to the public for anyone who would like to observe. Further information and co-option forms can be obtained from the Parish Clerk.

Parish Information

Local MP:
Bill Wiggin

To contact Bill Wiggin please visit Bill Wiggin Online

Ward Councillor:
Cllr Carole Gandy
T: 07739 431049

Clerk to Leintwardine Group Parish Council
Elizabeth Tingle
T: 01547 540706

Coming Up


Council Meetings are usually held on the first Thursday of each month except August and January.
Meetings start at 7:30pm and are held in the Reading Room, High Street, Leintwardine. Members of the public are welcome to attend.

Next Scheduled Council Meeting - Thursday 8th August 2019 at 7.30pm, Reading Rooms
Next Finance Committee - Tuesday 6th August 2019 at 7.30pm in the Reading Room

The proposed precept for 2019-20 is £25,043. For a Band D property this would mean an annual charge of £55.79 for Parish Council services. The charge for a Band D property in 2018/19 was £48.85; therefore the proposed added cost is £6.94, which is an increase of 14%. For more details see the documents published under "Finance" for 2019.

To see a list of local events coming up see What's On on this page.

For the latest events at the Leintwardine Centre go to
Leintwardine Centre

News and Notices


Kinton Lane (U92207) will be closed for 1 day (9am to 5pm) on 19th July 2019 for remedial works to be carried out by Balfour Beatty.
Rosemary Lane, Leintwardine will be closed for 1 day on 20th August 2019 for work to be carried out by Welsh Water.

Do you have an interest in access to the countryside or Public Rights of Way?
Did you know that there are more miles of Public Rights of Way across Herefordshire than there are miles of road? Itís true. Some 2,113m of rights of way (compared to 2,070 miles of road) exist, including long distance promoted routes, loop walks and self-guided trails.
If you have an interest in using rights of way or views on how access to the countryside should be managed, the Herefordshire Local Access Forum (HLAF) is currently looking for new members.
You might be a landowner, walker, horse rider or have an interest in wildlife, conservation, disability access, heritage, conservation, tourism or sport. You might be a local business or involved in outdoor education and pursuits.
The Forum meets twice a year, with a few training and development sessions in between each meeting, and members volunteer to serve for a three-year term. While the post is unpaid, reasonable expenses incurred while carrying out duties are reimbursed.
The forum is designed to ensure that all interests are represented and heard, so working collaboratively with others is a key skill. The Forum is a statutory advisory body and provides views and advice to Herefordshire Council and other bodies, such as Government departments, Natural England, Forestry Commission, English Heritage and Sport England.
If you are interested in helping shape rights of way in the future, call Sue White, Public Rights of Way Team Leader, on 01432 261800 for a chat.

Local Planning Consultation details can be found by following the link to the Herefordshire Council Planning portal below

Herefordshire Council News
For the latest news from Herefordshire Council see
Herefordshire Now

A small minority of dog owners are not clearing up after their dogs. Dog mess can cause serious illness particularly in children and people with reduced immunity. Tiny Toxacara Canis eggs can remain long after the rain has washed the visible mess away. It is seen as a significant public health issue, and dog owners can be fined for leaving their dog's mess in public places. The Parish Council is putting up notices to remind dog owners of their legal duties and increasing waste bin capacity in Leintwardine. The Council also plans to provide dog waste bag dispensers, so that dog owners will have no excuse for not acting responsibly.

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