The role of the Parish Council is to make Harborough Magna a safe and pleasant environment to live, work and play. Our duties are to ensure the views of residents are reflected in wider decisions, particularly planning and seek to improve both the built and green environment. We also manage the village playpark and are responsible for street lighting.
Our Parish Council comprises five councillors, each of whom volunteer to serve the community of Harborough Magna. We meet roughly every six weeks on a Monday evening.
The next election to stand as a parish councillor is in May 2021 - this was delayed by a year because of Covid-19.
View our archive of meeting minutes and agendas.
A Chartered Transport Manager with experience in both public and private sector across the Midlands and Home Counties. Toby has an interest in rural youth work as a former Member the Council and the Steering Group Chairman of the National Federation of Young Farmers; Clubs. He continues to volunteer as a club leader supporting the members of Pailton & District YFC.
An experienced and qualified gas engineer who runs his own gas repair and servicing business.
Born and raised in Harborough Magna, John runs the Lime Farm Marina.. He first joined as a co-opted member and was elected in 2012.
Born and raised in Harborough Magna, Robert works on his family farming business in the village.
Moved to the village in Feb 2020 and has an absolute commitment to environmental issues. She was unanimously welcomed to the Parish Council.
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Harborough Magna Parish Council is the third tier of local government, with Rugby Borough Council as our principal authority, while Warwickshire County Council has responsibility for services across the County including Education and Highways and Transport.
At the national level we are represented by our Member of Parliament.
The Annual and May Parish Meetings will be on 17 May in the new Village Hall
The Parish Council is holding a tidy of the parish - to include litter and green areas