Ibstock Parish Council provides your local services. We strive to make Ibstock a better place to live, work and play. Our website includes a wealth of information about how we conduct business and what we do. Use the search or browse the site to find whatever you are looking for. If you can't find the information you require then please contact us.

Please note our clerk is not available 24 hours a day. Her hours are varied to fit around evening meetings, weekend commitments and structured around the work requirements. Please drop her an email or leave a voice mail including a contact number and she will come back to you at her earliest convenience.

The Council will not tolerate abuse or misuse of council contact details, and ALL Council staff have been advised to report such instances directly to the police. They have also been advised to block such callers/email contacts.

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Councillor Vacancy

Councillor Vacancy

A vacancy has arisen for a Parish Councillor

Please see Council Vacancies page

Deadline for applications 31 August 2022

Please return completed forms to the parish clerk via email, or post to

Miners Welfare site

Leicester Road

Ibstock

Posted: Fri, 05 Aug 2022 22:43 by Nicola Land

JOB VACANCY

JOB VACANCY

We have a vacancy for a public conveniences operator

Details attached

Closing date for applicaitons 31 August 2022

Applications can be emailed to ibstock@ymail.com

or posted to

Ibstock Miners Welfare site

9 Leicester Road

Ibstock

LE67 6HN

Posted: Fri, 05 Aug 2022 22:22 by Nicola Land

Vandalism and Graffiti

Vandalism and Graffiti

The parish is suffering another wave of vandalism and graffiti. If you see anyone damaging or spray painting public items (benches, walls, play equipment, notice boards etc) Please report it to 101 as soon as possible or to the parish clerk. Any information/images provided will be treated in strict confidence. We have to stop this!

Equipment has to be removed or made safe as soon as possible before it causes an unsuspecting person serious injury. Graffiti has to be removed before it causes offence or encourages other brainless folk to add more! More »

This is wasting community funds, which should be being directed elsewhere for the beneift of the parishioners! » Less

Posted: Sun, 15 May 2022 09:53 by Nicola Land