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Welcome to the East Leake Parish Council Website

11 Sep 2014

The Consultation Version of the East Leake Neighbourhood Plan is now published. Printed copies are available for reading at the Parish Office and the East Leake Library.  The consultation period runs from 15 September to 31 October 2014.  Comments are welcomed by This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or by post for the attention of the NP Project Team, via the Parish Office.  A short leaflet summarising the policies in the Neighbourhood Plan is being delivered to all homes in the parish, along with a consultation form.  Further copies are available from the Parish Office. Project Team members will be at the Parish Office to answer question etc on Fri 26 Sept 2pm to 8pm, and Saturday 27 Sept 9am to 2pm.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 16 September 2014 14:20
Introduction PDF Print E-mail

The Parish Council strives to provide a full range of information and resources to benefit all members of the community and to this end we welcome your news and views. Whether you are a resident, newcomer or visitor to the parish, don't hesitate to contact us. We hope you will find the website interesting, informative, useful and easy to access. Language translation (bottom left) is now available.

There are two broad sections to the website. The first deals with all aspects of the council's work including quarterly newsletters, responsibilities, powers and conduct. The second describes the principal historical and geographical details about the parish together with information about open spaces, recreational and general amenities.

Last Updated on Friday, 28 May 2010 00:31
The Parish of East Leake PDF Print E-mail

This area has been voted one of the UK's most desirable places to live. Not surprisingly since it enjoys a healthy rural climate, is close to several main metropolitan centres, accessible for major transport links, is served by modern communication networks and embodies an old-fashioned community spirit. In spite of developing into what from the air resembles a small town in recent years, East Leake has nevertheless retained its traditional 'village' identity and continues to exhibit signs of its rich and colourful history...

Last Updated on Friday, 28 May 2010 01:05