Peckleton Parish Council

Serving the people of Peckleton, Kirkby Mallory and Stapleton

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Clerk: Mrs Alexandra Stretton
Woodbine Cottage, 11 Cottage
Lane, Desford, Leicestershire

Tel: 07818 261585

Welcome to the website for Peckleton Parish Council.
Serving the villages of Peckleton, Kirkby Mallory and Stapleton

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

Latest News

Chairman's Report - April 2022

A report from the Chairman of the Parish Council, first presented at the Annual Parish Meeting on the 28th April.

Posted: Mon, 09 May 2022 14:13 by Alexandra Stretton

Stan Pitt Award 2022

Stan Pitt Award 2022

The Stan Pitt Award will be presented during the Annual Parish Meeting on Thursday 28th April at 7.00pm at Peckleton Village Hall.

The purpose of the meeting is for you, the residents of Kirkby Mallory, Peckleton and Stapleton, to ask questions and have your say on anything you consider is important to the people of the Parish—is there anything you want to see improved or changed?

The award will be presented by Dr Luke Evans MP. More »


Please contact the Clerk if you have any queries. » Less

Posted: Thu, 14 Apr 2022 14:44 by Alexandra Stretton

HBBC Community Governance Review

Review to look at how local communities are run

Have your say on how your local community is run.

The Borough Council is reviewing parish and town council electoral arrangements in the borough and wants to hear people's views.

Called a Community Governance Review, it will look at how local communities across the area are governed to make sure the arrangements are appropriate and relevant. It has been 10 years since the last review took place. More »

The review will consider:

  • creating, merging, altering or abolishing parishes;
  • the naming of parishes and the style of new parishes;
  • the electoral arrangements for parishes (the ordinary year of election; council size; the number of councillors to be elected to the council, and parish warding), and
  • grouping parishes under a common parish council.

They want to hear your ideas and concerns.

The deadline for initial consultation is Wednesday 18 May.

The terms of reference can be viewed on the council's website at or at the Hinckley Hub. Maps showing the current boundaries can also be viewed on the website or at the Hub. » Less

Posted: Thu, 07 Apr 2022 19:48 by Alexandra Stretton