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  • The next meeting of the parish council will take place in Ansley Village Hall on Tuesday May 18th. at 7pm. As we are meeting in the hall for the first time since February 2020 it will be necessary for all attendees to stick to the government guidleines on CoVid 19.

  • There will be an 'Election on May 6th 2021' to elect a parish councillor to fill the vacancy that has arisen on the Ansley Parish Council. There will also be an opportunity to elect the Police and Crime Commissioner for Warwickshire. 

    The election for the vacant parish councilor on May 6th will take place at the polling staions in Ansley Village and Ansley Common. 

  • The Parish Council has issued the following update re use of playgrounds during the pandemic. Please click on link below.


    Playground use.

  • A statement has been released from the Church following the Corona outbreak. Please click on link below to view.

    Update from St Laurence Church

  • There has been an increase in the number of burglaries and attempted break ins around the parish lately. This is happening in all areas even the quiet ones!

    Please make sure you secure your property when you go out and be aware during the day when you are in as well. It is not only homes but cars and outbuildings as well that need protecting.

    Please dont put yourselves in any risk though, any information should go to the police on 101 or 999 if you see anybody actually causing an offence. 

  • The Parish Council and Borough Council have been speaking about the possibility of making more use of the car park down Croft Mead, especially during the day, so that it can be used by people coming to the recreation ground and the Lord Nelson Pub. At the moment they park in the Lord Nelson Pub car park or in Nuthurst Crescent which is causing obstructions and also loss of business to the pub.

  • We are delighted to tell you that the Mining Wheel is now complete and sits in pride of place on the traffic island in Ansley Village. It has been a tremendous amount of hard work by all involved, but we hope you agree that it has been worth it.


    For the full story see under Ansley Heritage Mining Wheel project on the left hand sidebar, and you can then watch a video of the works taking place.

  • The Borough Council is currently consulting statutory bodies and members of the public on the revised housing numbers in the Core Strategy. The consultation has already started and lasts until March. If you wish to see how it will affect your area go onto the North Warwickshire Borough Council website and look under Core Strategy. Alternatively a paper based copy is currently being circulated to Parish Councillors and anybody who would like to see it afterwards should contact the clerk on 02476 394670.

  • The Annual accounts have been completed and you can find full details under the Parish Council Accounts section of the website.


    The play area in Ansley Village has been extended and upgraded.

    Ansley Parish Council led the project to develop the play area in the recreation ground on Birminghmam Road. This phase has installed equipment for children aged 6 to 14 adding to the existing pieces which are aimed at a younger age group. The new items include a zip wire, a more challenging swing and an advanced climbing frame. Safety matting has also been installed and the play area's railings have been altered to accomodate the new equipment.