Stoney Stanton Parish Council

Serving the people of Stoney Stanton

Stoney Stanton sign landscape

Clerk: Roz Ward
c/o The Village Hall, New
Road, Stoney Stanton, Leics

  • St Michaels Church

    St Michaels Church

  • Memory Garden

    Memory Garden

    The Community Memory Garden next to the Village Community Hall, with the Wall of Rememberance.

  • History of Stoney Stanton

    History of Stoney Stanton


The generic out of hours number for Blaby District Council is : 0844 736 9545


Environment agency - 0345 988 1188

Leicestershire County Council - 0116 232 3232

Severn Trent - 0800 783 444

Blaby District Council - 0116 275 0555

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


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.


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:

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:

Information Deletion

If you wish Stoney Stanton Parish Council to delete the information about you please contact:

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

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.


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: and the Information Commissioners Office: or Tel: 0303 123 1113

Latest News

Love Blaby Lottery anniversary event - Wed 29th January at 4.30-6pm at the Council offices.

BDC have organised this to celebrate our two year anniversary with the aim of attracting some new good causes from across the district to participate. This free event will be a chance to hear about how the lottery works and how it could help our VCS groups to raise vital funds. We also have a special promotion running for organisations that sign up before our anniversary draw on 22nd February 2020. More »

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Posted: Wed, 22 Jan 2020 14:22 by Roz

BDC - Recruitment Event - Council Vacancies.

Recruitment event for Council vacancies

Full list of vacancies to be advertised from this week

Property and Assets Service Manager
Environmental Services Technical Officer
Senior Environmental Services Technical Officer
Income & Collections Advisor
Envirocrime Officer
Technical Officer – Housing
Employment, Work & Skills Coordinator
Senior/Building Control Surveyor
Part Time Project Officer – Buried Bouskell
Tourism Heritage Officer
Lightbulb Admin Team Leader
HGV Fitter
HGV Fitter (casual)
Grounds Maintenance Operative
Council Tax Officer (29 Hrs)
Senior Planning Officer (Fixed Term)
More »

A recruitment evening at Blaby District Council is being held for anyone interested in joining the Local Authority.

16 vacancies are being advertised at the Council across various departments throughout the week, from Grounds Maintenance Operatives out and about in the district to Admin Team Leader for the award-winning Lightbulb programme.

The Recruitment Events take place on Monday 27 January and Thursday 30 January between 5:30-7:30pm. Each evening is an opportunity for those interested in any of the vacancies the chance to speak with a Service Manager to find out about the job role.

External funding has enabled Blaby District Council to open the positions for new projects to be undertaken. Following successful funding for the Ice House, a Project Officer (part-time) is required to coordinate the restoration and community dig.

A Tourism & Heritage Officer is also being recruited to support the Council's ambitious tourism growth plans, whilst an Envirocrime Officer is sought to help ensure key issues for residents, such as fly-tipping, dog fouling and littering, continue to be tackled.

Councillor Maggie Wright, Deputy Leader and Finance & Assets Portfolio Holder, said: "This is an unprecedented number of vacancies for the Council to advertise at once which, once filled, will enable us to continue the great work we already do across the district. This is a great opportunity to bolster our vital services and help launch exciting new projects that will benefit local communities.

"Blaby District Council is a great place to work, no matter what role you're in and we're look forward to welcoming all candidates on the recruitment evenings to give a better understanding of the roles and what it's like to work in the district." » Less

Posted: Mon, 20 Jan 2020 11:47 by Roz

News from Blaby District Council on Work and Skills.


Work and Skills priorities confirmed

A comprehensive plan to support businesses, young people and residents into accessing work and skills has been agreed by Blaby District Council's Cabinet.

The plan, running to 2021, will aim to broaden young people's career perception about what's available and help those furthest from the job market, as well as ex-offenders into work experience and job opportunities. More »

Large businesses based in the district have already signed up to be part of the Work and Skills initiative, which will involve linking organisations together with the seven academies with pupils from the District of Blaby involved with the Work and Skills plan.

These partnerships will help to set up regular programmes of work experience to link with partnered businesses. Ranging from site visits to work experience placements, young people will get an extensive look into the world of work and shaping their future career choices.

It is also hoped that Small and Medium businesses in the district will also sign up as part of the Work and Skills Plan.

Giving local people the chance to train and find work has been an ongoing initiative of the Council for more than two years. Planning requirements at both New Lubbesthorpe and Everards Meadows opened up opportunities to spend time gaining vital employment experience in their chosen industry.

The expansion of Fosse Park has become a site for people to learn and gain valuable work-place knowledge to begin a career or use it as a stepping stone towards a permanent job.

Since March 2017, the Council has helped more than 200 college students into attending construction industry workshops or site visits, has seen eight ex-offenders into employment in construction and seen more than 35 jobs created through the project.

Councillor Sharon Coe, Portfolio Holder for Health, Wellbeing and Regulatory Services, said: "This plan is an expansion of the tremendous success our team have undertaken so far in working with residents and businesses.

"This plan will see us go some way to creating a ready-made work force and help local business hire local people. We're excited to see the future success of this plan, as it seeks to offer a range of options, from work experience and apprenticeships to helping ex-offenders and the long-term unemployed back into work."

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Posted: Fri, 17 Jan 2020 10:34 by Roz