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The parish council, along with Cllr James Poland, have been in contact with Severn Trent regarding the ongoing flooding/blockages in the village.
We have now been assured that all the necessary work has been completed and that no further work is required.
Please note that if you experiences any issues in the future, it is important the Severn Trent operational team are contacted. They will send a team free of charge to investigate any flooding/blockage. More »
The operational team are available 24-hours a day on 0800 783 4444. Alternative methods of contact can be found on www.stwater.co.uk. This also helps build a history against specific properties. » Less
Posted: Tue, 25 May 2021 09:10 by Helen Chadwick
At the parish council meeting this evening members welcomed its newly co-opted councillor, Rachel Wright.
Rachel Wright lives at the very end of Church Lane and has lived in Ratcliffe for nearly 30 years, during which she has had four children, all of whom have grown up here.
Rachel works part-time for the University of Leicester Medical School and has a recurring involvement with Children's services agencies and also a qualified swimming instructor. Rachel is an avid gardener and mother to two chickens (a surprisingly tricky task as they are always trying to escape!), and further finds enjoyment in walking their chocolate Labrador Jasper around the local landscape. More »
In the past Rachel held the position of Chair of the Village Hall committee, where she set up and ran a Mother & Toddler Group and Youth Club from the Hall, and for many years she was a Scout Leader for Rearsby Scouts.
Rachel has said that she is truly excited to become a parish councillor and look forward to collating and consequently voicing the concerns of the community; she welcomes any suggestions or comments regarding our beautiful village and unspoilt surroundings.
The parish council are delighted to have Rachel onboard and are looking forward to working with her. » Less
Posted: Thu, 06 May 2021 21:07 by Helen Chadwick
At the annual parish meeting this evening the Chair, Tom Chaplin, delivered the attached report to parishioners.
Posted: Thu, 06 May 2021 21:06 by Helen Chadwick