Enderby Parish Council

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Other times by prior appointment

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Welcome to our website

Enderby Parish Council's website delivers information about the Parish Council, its work and involvement in the local community.

The Parish Council is the first tier of local government for Enderby and provides some local services for its parishioners. It strives to make Enderby a better place to live, work and visit. On this website you will find information about how the Council conducts its business and what it does. Use the keyword search box or browse the site to find items of interest. If you are unable to find what you are searching for or would like to recommend any improvements to this website please contact us.

Latest News

Enderby Connection Newsletter No.19 - July 2020

Enderby Connection Newsletter No.19 - July 2020

Articles in this edition: -

Townsend Road Improvement Scheme
Christmas Lights in Enderby 2020
Enderby in Lockdown
Enderby Lawn Tennis Club is open for Public use
Volunteer Tree Warden
Volunteer Litter-picking
Enderby Community Library Update
Nitrous Oxide (Laughing Gas)
Enderby Mission Church Food Bank
Enderby Twinning Association
Enderby Parish Children's Play Areas and Gym Equipment to Remain Closed
New Trim Trail Play Scheme for St. Johns Ward
James Bartlett (Jim)
Lost Property

Posted: Fri, 10 Jul 2020 12:27 by Suzanne Hansford

The Journal

The Journal, June Edition 488 is now available to view online: -


This edition contains a tribute to former Parish Councillor James Bartlett (Jim) who will be sorely missed by colleagues and staff.

Posted: Wed, 03 Jun 2020 09:10 by Suzanne Hansford

The Journal

Just a reminder that although The Journal is not being printed and distributed during the Coronavirus Outbreak it is being published on line.

The April and May issues are available on the Journal website; the latest issue at http://www.the-journal.org.uk/487-the-Journal.pdf

Many of the events the Journal would cover at this time of year have been cancelled, however the Journal is able to document the effect of the lock-down on the Five Villages.

Posted: Thu, 07 May 2020 09:32 by Suzanne Hansford