Stoney Stanton Parish Council

Serving the people of Stoney Stanton

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

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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

Message in a bottle - Let the emergency services know your medical history.

Message in a bottle - Let the emergency services know your medical history.

Let the emergency services know your medical history.

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The Lions, Message In a Bottle scheme is a simple idea designed to encourage people to keep their personal and medical details on a standard form and in a common location – the fridge.

The bottle is kept in the fridge, where the emergency services will be able to find it in the event of being called to your home. We will know you have a bottle by the two labels displayed on the inside of the front door or on the main entrance to your home and the other is for the door of your fridge. More »

This scheme is free to the user. Whilst it is focused on the more vulnerable people in our community, anyone can fall downstairs, so this scheme can benefit anyone, including you.

As a minimum it will save the Emergency Services valuable time identifying you and your emergency contacts. By telling whether you have special medication or allergies or not, it is a potential lifesaver and provides peace of mind to users and their friends and families.

Bottles are free of charge and can usually be found in your local Chemist or Doctors Surgeries OR Blaby District Council.

THERE IS A SMALL SUPPLY AT THE LIBRARY FROM TODAY » Less

Posted: Thu, 07 Feb 2019 12:58 by Roz

Get involved in re-designing community health services

Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCG) in Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland, the people who plan and buy health services, have started a conversation with people asking them about their experiences of community health services including community nursing, intensive community support services and therapies.

Over the last three months we have been gathering people's real experience of community services provided by Leicester Partnership NHS Trust, whether they are patients, carers, and health and care professionals. More »

We would like to share with you what we have learnt so far about experiences of the service and what matters most to people. We would also like to tell you about other work that has been happening to review community services and how all of this information is contributing and influencing our thinking about how services could look in the future.

We will be offering many opportunities over the coming weeks for you to get involved. Initially we have pleasure in inviting you to attend one of six "interactive workshops' being held around Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland:

Monday 11th February 2019, 2.00pm – 4.00pm, Wycliffe Rooms, 27 George Street, Lutterworth, LE17 4ED

Tuesday 12th February 2019, 6.00pm – 8.00pm – NSPCC National Training Centre, 3 Gilmour Close, Beaumont Leys, LE4 1EZ

Tuesday 26th February 2019, 6.00pm – 8.00pm – Rutland County Council, Catmose House, Catmose Street, Oakham LE15 6HP

Wednesday 27th February, 6.00pm – 8.00pm - Heartwood Conference Centre, Rothley House, Coalville Business Park, Coalville, LE67 3NR

Tuesday 5th March 2019, 2.00pm – 4.00pm, Holiday Inn, 299 Leicester Road Wigston Fields, Leicester LE18 1JW

Wednesday 6th March 2019, 2.00pm – 4.00pm, Leicestershire Voluntary Action, 9 Newarke Street, Leicester LE1 5SN

The events are the opportunity for anyone who has an interest in getting involved in designing future community services to get involved – staff working in acute or community settings, social care staff, domiciliary care workers, GPs, care home staff, patients and family carers receiving or with an interest in community care and people working in voluntary and community organisations. We also hope that we can welcome to the event the patients, family carers and health and care professionals who participated in the research.

During the event we will work together with you to share our insights and hear how they resonate with you. We will also talk through our proposals for community services and ask for your views.

The outcome of the workshops will assist the CCGs to put together a future plan of what community services should look like to ensure they are integrated with other health and care services care and improve the outcomes and health and wellbeing of patients and their family carers.

We would be delighted to welcome you to one of the workshops. We do expect the events to be popular, but appreciate that booking may be difficult, but we would be grateful if you could register in advance by calling 0116 295 4104 to reserve a place, book on line atwww.bettercareleicester.nhs.uk or email: BCTComms@westleicestershireccg.nhs.uk

A confirmation will be sent to you closer to the event.

In the meantime keep looking out on our website - www.bettercareleicester.nhs.uk for other opportunities to get involved. » Less

Posted: Mon, 04 Feb 2019 10:48 by Roz

Sense of community....

Hi, as a Parish Councillor, Community Library Trustee and villager for over 20 years I believe that Stoney Stanton is a great place to live and bring up a family, despite the problems it may have at times. Part of the joy of village life is the community and being a part of it, getting involved.

There is a huge amount that goes on in the village for all ages and I would like to put together a directory of clubs, groups, classes, activities, societies etc for everyone to access. More »

If you go to a group or do an activity in the village, or know of any, please would you drop me a line telling me, where, when, who it's for, any cost involved and a contact number or details so others can access it. Send any information to

Councilloreaves@stoneystanton.orgOr drop a note through the library door addressed to Sarah Eaves.

Thanks in anticipation, please share this post around the village. » Less

Posted: Fri, 01 Feb 2019 12:37 by Roz