Kensworth Parish Council

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Kensworth Parish Council

 

Welcome to the Web site of Kensworth Parish Council

Clerk – Maxine Whiting

Chairman – Pat Mitchell

Parish Office

c/o 6 Cheney Close

Toddington, Beds

LU5 6BE

Tel: 01525 887383
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

  

   

 

GREAT BRITISH SPRING CLEAN

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Kensworth is joining the ‘Great British Spring Clean’ event on Saturday 4th March, with volunteers meeting at 10am at Kensworth Village Hall. Equipment will be provided.

Please come along and take part in this great community event.

So we have an idea of number of volunteers interested in helping, please email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or tel 01525 887383 and leave a message.

Last Updated on Saturday, 11 February 2017 17:50
 

Council Minutes 12th January 2017

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Council Minutes 12th January 2017

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KENSWORTH PRIMARY SCHOOL

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Kensworth Parish Council were pleased to welcome Kensworth Primary School Chair of Governors Anthony Todd to the February meeting.

Anthony advised that the school has made good progress following their Ofsted inspection in October 2016. The governing body has recently been readdressed and Anthony has been the Chairman since September 2016. An Interim Head was immediately put in place after Ofsted visited and all the highlighted issues around the safeguarding policies and procedures have been corrected. The Governors are aware that confidence needs to be brought back into the school and although it is still a work in progress with the new Interim Head, they are now seeing rapid improvement to the point where we now have a school we should be proud of.  The site perimeter needs improvements and will cost around £20,000 which the school need to pay for. The work is hopefully planned to take place during the Easter school holidays and funding applications have been sent in. The Diocese of St Albans has been very supportive. The School has a potentially full intake next year and the future of the School is therefore looking good.

 

Council Agenda 9th February 2017

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Council Agenda 9th February 2017

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