Welcome to Whetstone Parish Council’s Official Website
FROM SEPTEMBER 1ST 2021, THE MEETING ROOMS OF THE PARISH COUNCIL ARE OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. THE OFFICE REMAINS CLOSED, BUT CONTACT IS AVAILABLE VIA PHONE OR EMAIL OR BY APPOINTMENT AND IS DESIGNED TO PROTECT BOTH STAFF AND MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC.
OUR CONTACT DETAILS ARE BELOW
LEE BRECKON – CLERK OF THE COUNCIL , COUNCIL OFFICES, CEMETERY ROAD, WHETSTONE, LEICESTER. LE8 6LL
TELEPHONE (0116) 2751987 EMAIL :
The Council Office is normally open 9.00 a.m till 4.00 p.m Monday to Thursday and 9 a.m till 1 p.m on Friday, with an answer phone service at other times, telephone 0116 2751987. The Parish Council usually meet on the fourth Thursday of every month at 7.30 p.m (always check this site or Notice Boards for any alterations) at the Council Offices. Parishioners are more than welcome to attend to discuss a specific item on the agenda, or you wish to alert or discuss with Council a matter relating to Whetstone you think is of importance, or you just wish to see Council in operation. If you do wish to speak on a matter or raise a new issue please contact the Clerk who can inform you of the protocol. If you are not able to attend, written, telephone or e-mail comments are also welcomed.
Many of the telephone calls to the Parish Council Offices concern incidents of pavement parking, graffiti, dog fouling and littering. Whetstone Parish Council are not responsible for these issues. Please use the links below to report these issues.
The most requested links are for Dog Fouling, Pavement Parking, Litter Removal and Graffiti , please find a quick link below
During the spring and summer months the issue of grass cutting in the Parish becomes a main issue. The Parish Council is not responsible for cutting of the grass verges/roundabouts in the Parish, or road maintenance, including reporting of pot holes etc . This is the remit of Leicestershire County Council.
Please find a quick link to these issues and how to report them below
The link below will also direct you to an online customer services form to report other issues to Leicestershire County Council.
We hope that you find these quick links useful