The next round for Harborough Cnetral happens next Thursday 10th October at: -
Kibworth Methodist Church, School Road, Kibworth Beauchamp, Harborough, LE8 0JE
The topics for this forum are: -
Police Update & Crime Report
Fllooding Strategy & Survey
Leicestershire County Council Budget cuts
If you want to attend then the meeting starts at 7pm with networking at 6:30pm
Rural residents and councillors have less than a week to sign a petition demanding fairer funding from the government for rural communities.
The government's funding formula for local authorities means urban councils currently receive around 50% more money per person than rural councils.
A Rural Fair Share campaign to encourage the Government to address the ongoing disparity in funding between rural and urban areas is being led by Graham Stuart MP. The petition calls on the government to reduce the funding gap to 40% by 2020. More »
The petition has been extended to run until FRIDAY 11th OCTOBER, with many rural local authorities keen for as many people as possible to add their signature to the campaign.
A recent report by the Rural Services Network found that people pay higher council tax in rural areas and yet receive substantially less support for public services. With the formula for government settlements set to be frozen until 2020, the network believes the funding gap must be more balanced, before communities face another six years of unfairness.
Nominate a sporting star, dedicated volunteer/coach or your team of the year!
Local Sport Alliances (LSA), in conjunction with Local Authorities and their local media outlets, are holding Sports Awards evenings to showcase and celebrate the achievements of local individuals and clubs in sport and physical activity over the last 12 months.
Nominations are sought to highlight the great developments in sport and physical activity that are happening at a local level across Leicestershire, Leicester and Rutland. Now's the time to acknowledge those sporting achievements of teams and individuals that compete in sport and honour the dedicated volunteers and coaches who work tirelessly behind the scenes. More »
8 local award ceremonies will take place across Leicester-Shire & Rutland and winners from certain categories will feed into the Leicester Mercury Awards 2013.
Now it's your chance to nominate someone who deserves recognition in your area!
Nominate before 1st November 2013 » Less
On Tuesday 8 October 2013, 12 noon, Leicestershire County Council Leader Nick Rushton and Harborough District Council Leader Blake Pain will be meeting residents in Market Harborough.
Come and share your views. Location: The Old Grammar School,15-16 Church Square, Market Harborough