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Bagworth & Thornton Parish Council

Serving the people of Bagworth, Merry Lees & Thornton

Clerk: Ms Ann Murray
Bagworth Community Centre
Station Road, Bagworth
Coalville LE67 1BH

Tel: 07580 574093

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Latest News

The Minerals & Water Neighbourhood Planning Steering Group

The Minerals & Water Neighbourhood Planning Steering Group

Mon, 05 Jun 2017 09:26 by Ann Murray

PARISH COUNCIL MEETING 5TH JUNE POSTPOSED

The Parish Council meeting scheduled for Monday 5th June 2017 has had to be postponed until Monday 12th June 2017.

Fri, 02 Jun 2017 10:02 by Ann Murray

New Mayor for Hinckley

Hinckley & Bosworth Borough Council

Hinckley Hub, Rugby Road, Hinckley, Leicestershire, LE10 0FR

PRESS RELEASE

ISSUED 17 MAY 2017

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New Mayor chosen at annual meeting

ONE of the highlights of the civic year took place at the council's annual meeting last night (16 May) when a new Mayor of the Borough was installed for the next 12 months.

Councillor Ozzy O'Shea, who represents Ratby, Bagworth and Thornton Ward, accepted the chain of office from the outgoing mayor, Councillor Richard Allen, before a council chamber that was packed with special guests. More »

Cllr O'Shea, who is married to Jenny, was first elected onto the council in 2007. The couple recently celebrated their 40th wedding anniversary and have four children and nine grandchildren.

Cllr O'Shea served in Leicestershire Police for 31 years before retiring. However, his retirement was short lived for the next day he went back to work as a civilian in the Force's operations room and was soon promoted to supervisor. Cllr O'Shea job-shared his position after being elected a councillor in 2007 so he could dedicate more time to his community. He finally retired in August 2016 after serving a total of 43 years with Leicestershire Constabulary.

During his year of office he will be supporting Motor Neurone MND and the Police Widows and Dependants charity for those officers killed on duty.

His chaplain will be Rev Robin Pollard of St Peters Catholic Church, Hinckley.

Away from the council, he served 28 years as a school governor at Alderman Richard Hallam Primary School in Leicester. He has been a keen caravanner for the past 35 years and enjoys walking.

During the annual meeting Councillor Jan Kirby and husband Mike were chosen as the Deputy Mayor and Consort. » Less

Thu, 18 May 2017 10:26 by Ann Murray