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Stoney Stanton Parish Council

Serving the people of Stoney Stanton

Stoney Stanton sign landscape

Clerk: Roz Ward
83 Kirkby Road, Barwell, Leics
LE9 8FR

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    Christmas In Stoney Stanton

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    History of Stoney Stanton

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    St Michaels Winter 2017

Foundation Local Council Award

Stoney Stanton Parish Council provides YOUR local services. Our website includes a wealth of information about how we conduct business and what we do. Use the search or browse the site to find whatever you are looking for. If you can't find what you want or would like to recommend any improvements to our website then please contact us.

Stoney Stanton Parish Council aims...

* to maintain effective communication with the people of Stoney Stanton

* to give value for the money which we are entrusted

* to help create a safer place to live, work and visit

* to create and preserve open space and community buildings

* to evolve and make changes

GENERAL DATA PROTECTION REGULATIONS 2018

When you contact us

The information you provide (personal information such as name, address, email address, phone number, organisation) will be processed and stored so that it is possible to contact you and respond to your correspondence, provide information and/or access our facilities and services. Your personal information will be not shared or provided to any other third party.

The Councils Right to Process Information

GDPR (Data Protection Act) Article 6 (1) (a) (b) and (e)

Processing is necessary for the performance of a task carried out in the public interest or in the exercise of official authority vested in the controller

Information Security

Stoney Stanton Parish Council cares to ensure the security of personal data. We make sure that your information is protected from unauthorised access, loss, manipulation, falsification, destruction or unauthorised disclosure. This is done through appropriate technical measures and appropriate policies.

We will only keep your data for the purpose it was collected for and only for as long as is necessary. After which it will be deleted.

Children

We will not process any data relating to a child (under 13) without the express parental/ guardian consent of the child concerned.

Your Rights Access to Information

You have the right to request access to the information we have on you. You can do this by contacting our Data Information Officer: Clerk@stoneystanton.org.uk

Information Correction

If you believe that the information we have about you is incorrect, you may contact us so that we can update it and keep your data accurate. Please contact: Clerk@stoneystanton.org.uk

Information Deletion

If you wish Stoney Stanton Parish Council to delete the information about you please contact: Clerk@stoneystanton.org.uk

Right to Object
If you believe that your data is not being processed for the purpose it has been collected for, you may object: Please contact Clerk@stoneystanton.org.uk

Rights Related to Automated Decision Making and Profiling

Stoney Stanton Parish Council does not use automated decision making or profiling of individual personal data.

To Sum Up

In accordance with the law, we only collect a limited amount of information about you that is necessary for correspondence, information and service provision. We do not use profiling, we do not sell or pass your data to third parties. We do not use your data for purposes other than those specified. We make sure your data is stored securely. We delete all information deemed to be no longer necessary. We constantly review our Privacy Policies to keep it up to date in protecting your data.

Complaints

If you have a complaint regarding the way your personal data has been processed you may make a complaint to Stoney Stanton Parish Council Data Information Officer: Clerk@stoneystanton.org.uk and the Information Commissioners Office: casework@ico.org.uk or Tel: 0303 123 1113

Latest News

Environmental crime penalties increased

NEWS RELEASE

Environmental crime penalties increased

Three fines for environmental offences in the district have been increased after a meeting of Blaby District Council's Cabinet Executive.

The Fixed Penalty Notice (FPN) amount for those caught littering and distributing free literature on land without permission has been increased from £75 to £150. The early payment amount has also been increased from £65 to £100. More »

Graffiti and Fly Posting, which was previously a £75 fine has been upped to £100, with £65 remaining as the early payment amount. The early payment amounts for abandoning a vehicle (£120 to £150) and failing to produce a waste transfer note (£180 to £200) have also been increased.

All new charges will be introduced on Friday 01 June.

The increased FPN for littering comes after the introduction of The Littering from Vehicles outside London (Keepers: Civil Penalties) Regulations 2018. The new legislation means registered keepers can be fined for vehicles identified in a littering offence. Previously the person responsible for throwing the litter from the vehicle had to be identified for a fine to be issued.

Councillor Iain Hewson, Portfolio Holder for Leisure and Regulatory Services, said: "The increase in these penalties should reaffirm our commitment to tacking environmental crime in our district, particularly those who litter from vehicles spoiling the countryside and costing taxpayers to clean it up.

"We strongly encourage anyone who witnesses littering from a vehicle and any other crime of this nature to report it to our Environmental Health team, who will investigate and take the appropriate action where possible."

Anyone can report environmental crime to Blaby District Council's Environmental Team by calling 0116 272 7555 or email environmental.health@blaby.gov.uk. » Less

Wed, 23 May 2018 14:55 by Roz Ward

Community Awards 2018

CONGRATULATIONS to our awards winners from last night's Annual Parish meeting, Community Awards, we are very proud to have such talented and committed people in our village:-

Outstanding Achievement for a Young Person
* Davina Kaur for her volunteering and fundraising.

The George Ward Award for Sporting Achievement
* Liam Mahoney for his equestrian skills and selection within the Special Olympics East Midlands.
* Liam Hall for his award winning athletics, especially receiving Gold in 100m, 200m and long jump at the National Disability Athletics championships.
* Madison Jones for her award winning swimming abilities with Leicester sharks, especially winning 1st place in the 9yr old 200m breaststroke, amongst many others.
*Emily Buckler for her abilities in Athletics, Cross Country, Netball, Football and Rowing, she holds many club records and has received deserving medals at many events,
* Amy Dronfield has been competively trampolining since 2013 and has received many accolades including winning gold this year at the NDP4 regional trails. More »

The Chris Fulton Award for outstanding service to the community.
*Loraine Howard has given 30 year to 'The Brownies' having gained her leadership qualification in 1987 and moved to Stoney Stanton in 2000. She is retiring after a dedicated and selfless service.

All very deserving winners and attached are the photos of them receiving their awards. A big well done from us all. » Less

Thu, 17 May 2018 10:04 by Roz Ward

GOOD NEIGHBOUR SCHEME NEEDS YOU...

Good Neighbour Scheme

A Good Neighbour Scheme is a community-led project that links neighbours who require a particular task doing for them with local volunteers willing to help. Not only is it a great way of meeting new people in your community, but also helps everyone to feel more connected with their neighbours.

How Does it Work?

People contact the scheme and requests are co-ordinated by a group of volunteers. Types of support can include befriending, transport, IT and everyday tasks such as changing a lightbulb, picking up a prescription etc. More »

Interested in volunteering? Then please come along to a drop in session at Stoney Stanton Community Library on Wednesday 16th May between 6pm – 8pm to learn more over a cup of tea or coffee.

We have a committee with volunteers signed up, but more volunteers are needed and we can then launch this service to those in the village that need help. We look forward to seeing you! » Less

Mon, 14 May 2018 09:56 by Roz Ward