Kensworth Parish Council

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Kensworth Parish Council

 

Welcome to the Web site of Kensworth Parish Council

Clerk – Mr. Brian E. Farrelly

Chairman – Mrs. Patricia A. Mitchell

 

Parish Office, 46 Hillary Crescent,
Luton, Bedfordshire LU1 5JH
Office opening times are    Monday – Friday 8.30am – 11.30am

Telephone 01582 418213 (Outside of
the normal office hours a 24hour
answerphone service is available)
E-Mail: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Kensworth is the third largest parish in South Bedfordshire on the border with Hertfordshire covering an area of 970 hectares. It has an Electoral Register population of 1191. The parish is served by nine councillors who are supported by a Parish Clerk

Kensworth Parish Council were awarded Quality Status in 2008. At a meeting of the County Accreditation Panel held in May 2012 panel members found much good practice in the portfolio of evidence submitted in support of Kensworth Parish Council's application for re-accreditation. Consequently re-accreditation was given for a further four year period.

To achieve Quality Status a Parish Council must submit an application, together with supporting evidence to the National Association of Local Councils. A council must meet certain mandatory requirements plus a percentage of some discretionary requirements. The criteria are; Electoral Mandate; Qualifications of the Clerk; Meetings; Communications; Annual Reports; Accounts (Annual return); Code of Conduct; Promoting local democracy and citizenship; Terms and conditions for staff; Training. 

WELCOME TO NEW PARISHIONERS

The members of Kensworth Parish Council would like to welcome any new Person or family moving into the parish. Details of the role of a parish council and specifically what Kensworth Parish Council does are on this website but if you would like the information in the form of a pack or have any questions or queries please do not hesitate to contact the parish office on 01582 418213 or e-mail to the above
address.

Whilst this website contains much information about what a Parish council is and how it and Councillors work you may still have questions. You may also be interested in becoming a Councillor. Currently there are no Councillor vacancies and the next election is due in May 2015 however if you want an information pack on what a Councillor does and/or wish to log your interest in any future vacancies then please do not hesitate to contact the parish office.  

 

Central Bedfordshire P3 Getting Involved

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Central Bedfordshire P3 Getting Involved

 

Central Bedfordshire ‘People, Projects, Partnerships’ (P3) encourages parish based community groups to get into, enjoy, improve and understand their local countryside.

 

If you are interested in your local countryside and access to it then P3 is for you

 

ARE YOU INTERESTED?

To find out more just call Steve Halton, Senior project Officer (Ecology and Community Engagement), Countryside Access Team, Central Bedfordshire Council on 0300 300 6135 or email: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it See also the attached notice which sets out the aims etc. In addition activities taking place in Kensworth are also published on the notice boards and website  

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Installation of New Steps Footpath FP3

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On Saturday 5th July 2014 the steps on public footpath FP3 have with the help of Central Bedfordshire Rights of Way Team, Greensands Trust and a number of volunteers from the village (Melanie Guy, David Guy, Alana Guy and Marie Evans) been repaired and are now safe to use again. Although this work was carried out during inclement weather conditions all volunteers had a thoroughly enjoyable time. Pictures taken can be seen below showing the before and after pictures.This only leaves the replacement of the ‘Kissing Gate’ and work on the footpath is finished for the time being.

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Changes to Household Recycling Scheme

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You can now recycle more of your household items following changes made by Central Bedfordshire Council to their scheme. Details of which are shown below:-
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Summer Newsletter 2014

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Summer Newsletter
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