to the Overseal Parish Council Website
COUNCIL is to enlarge the Multi-Use Games Area (MUGA) at the recreation ground to accommodate netball and five-a-side football.
Overseal Netball Club currently has to hire courts outside the village for their matches and this will provide them with a
home venue as well as improving facilities for local sports generally.
will be enlarged to almost twice its present size and the work is to be carried out by Wicksteed, who built the original.The
four lighting columns will be replaced with four new ones, sited to give even light across the whole court, without affecting
Work is scheduled to begin next week and should last about five weeks.The project is to be financed entirely
from planning contributions associated with the new housing development at Acresford Road,so there will be no impact on the
Council Tax paid by Overseal residents.
Parish Council's next meeting will be on Thursday 1st July 2021.
In order to see the agenda and supporting papers for the meeting, when available, please click HERE
Overseal Parish Council
The Parish Council consists of ten members, who are all residents
of the village of Overseal,
and have volunteered to spend
some of their time looking after the interests of the village and residents.
Meetings are held once a month, and are attended not only by the Parish Councillors, but very often by the
District and County Councillors and the village PCSO.
of the public are very welcome to attend the meetings, specifically if they have points of view or suggestions relating to
matters that affect the village.
All enquiries relating
to the village hall, such as bookings or events taking place should be via the caretaker, Samantha Ruddle, using the details
Village Hall and Pavilion availability.
The Village Hall and the Pavilion will be reopening for events and
regular sessions from 1 September and the Parish Council have made safety the priority.
Social distancing rules still have to be followed but there is every reason to start enjoying things again.
If you would like to book the Village Hall, please contact Samantha Ruddle on 07581
and if you would like to use the Pavilion please contact
Carole Knight on 01283 760624 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
The "Bowling Green" pavilion is available for
meetings, if interested, please contact the Caretaker, as per the details below.
Notice of completion of Audit
copy of the Notice of conclusion of audit, including rights of inspection and the audited Annual Governance and Accountability
Return for 2020 are available to view HERE.
Over the next two years, Derbyshire County Council are offering 2,000 grants of up to £500 and a limited number
of larger grants for local Derbyshire projects