Who we are & what we do
Hoby with Rotherby Parish Council was created in 1936 when the Parishes of Hoby, Rotherby, Ragdale and Brooksby joined together as a single Parish Council.
The Parish is divided into four wards:
Hoby Ward, returning 2 Councillors
Rotherby Ward, returning 1 Councillor
Brooksby Ward, returning 1 Councillor and
Ragdale Ward, returning 1 Councillor
Some of the Parish Council's responsibilities and partnerships with other levels of Local Government and Organisations include Local Planning Issues, Street Lighting, Drains, Pot Holes, Footpaths and Bridle Ways, The Play Area, Transport Issues, including speeding vehicles and Community Transport, Redundant Telephone Kiosks, Rotherby Pond, The Community Computer, Environmental Issues including Tree Planting and Conservation, Our Heritage, Community Assets, Brooksby Quarry, Tree Preservation Orders (TPO's), Notice Boards, Litter Picking, The Brooksby Road Wild Flower Verge and Hoby with Rotherby Parish Council Neighbourhood Development Plan (NDP) to name a few.
Meetings of the Parish Council are held every two months at Hoby Methodist Centre. The Annual Parish Meeting and Annual Meeting of the Parish Council is held in May each year. All meetings start at 7.30pm
Legislation was passed in 2020 allowing meetings of the Parish Council to take place online. On May 19th 2020 the Parish Council held its first ever online meeting.
The Full Council and it's Sub Committees
The sub committees of the Full Council have specific tasks and can have delegated powers.
Parish Clerk and Responsible Financial Officer
The Parish Council employs a part time Parish Clerk who works 1 Day per week for the Parish Council. They act as Parish Clerk to the Council and is also their Responsible Financial Officer.
- Clematis Cottage, 14 Church Lane, Hoby, Melton Mowbray, Leics. LE14 3DR
- 01664 434697
Maintenance Work for the Parish Council
John Hendy and Eddie Wilkinson