Welcome to Braunstone Town Council's website - hopefully you will enjoy your time here. To find out more about Braunstone Town and the services provided by Braunstone Town Council, follow the links on the left hand column. We welcome comments from visitors and local residents. Please Click on 'Guestbook' in the left hand column if you choose to add your own message, or follow us on Facebook and Twitter.
Mission Statement - We exist to ensure that local services and the environment reach the highest possible standards within the resources available for citizens, visitors and those who work in Braunstone Town; to provide a focus for civic pride; to listen, identify and respond to agreed local needs; and to help develop a strong, secure, self reliant, self confident community, free from unlawful discrimination. "Spectemur. Agendo" translates "Let us be Judged by Our Actions"
LATEST: Following the close of nominations for the May 2015 elections. The nominations for Town Councillor in each Ward match the number seats, therefore, the election was uncontested and all candidates have been elected.
Find out who will be representing you on the Town Council from May and also find out who is standing as a candidate for the elections to Parliament and Blaby District Council on 7th May along with details on how to register to vote:
Access Bridge over M1
LATEST: An Exhibition on the construction of the access bridge over the M1 between Thorpe Astley and Lubbesthorpe will take place at Thorpe Astley Community Centre, Lakin Drive between 3pm and 7pm on Wednesday 20th May 2015. The Exhibition will provide information on how any impacts on residents will be minimised. Construction will not commence until after the public exhibition has been held and it is expected to take around 18 months to complete.
Residents are being asked for their views on what services they think are the most important to help people to age well in Blaby District.
Residents can get involved by completing the survey on line at www.blaby.gov.uk/ageing-well/ before 1st May.
Paper copies are also available at the Customer Service Shop at Braunstone Civic Centre or you can download a copy below:
- Ageing Well Consultation 2015 (PDF, 214 Kb)
A new initiative to build individual, family and community self sufficiency to support vulnerable individuals to live in their local community without compromising their quality of life is shortly to be piloted in Braunstone Town.
Town Council News
More news from your Town Council ...
- Discounted Prices for Childrens Parties
Reduced Room Hire Costs at Thorpe Astley Community Centre and Braunstone Civic Centre for Children's Parties up to age 10 for Braunstone Town residents