Welcome to the Overseal
Parish Council Website
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.
Members 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
A vacancy has arisen for a Relief Caretaker for Overseal Parish Hall, to cover when the regular caretaker is not
It involves opening and locking up the Village Hall, cleaning,
stacking furniture after events and similar duties. Pay will be at the National Living Wage rate.
If you and are interested in applying please contact the Parish Clerk using the details at the bottom of this page.
Join in the online conversation about books #DERBYSHIRE
Readers are being encouraged to share their recommended reads and get more out
of their local library with Derbyshire County Council's new online book club. The council's library service suggests
a topic for the #DerbyshireReads Facebook group each month and asks members to come up with books on that theme. Since it
launched in February themes have included ‘Books successfully adapted to film' and ‘The best twist in a
book' which have generated a range of reviews at the end of each month. Recommended
books can be borrowed or ordered from any Derbyshire County Council library and some can be downloaded via its eBook service.
Residents can take part in #DerbyshireReads on the county council's libraries Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/DerbyshireLibraries They can find out more about the council's Reader Group and Book Chat networks at www.derbyshire.gov.uk/libraries and about eBooks, eMagazines and eAudiobooks at www.derbyshire.gov.uk/ebooks
Faster Broadband in Overseal.
So far, a total of eight green roadside cabinets containing the fibre connection have gone live in the Overseal area
as part of the Digital Derbyshire programme, with one further cabinet scheduled to be installed by the end of 2016. This is
in addition to the commercial coverage which already exists for some homes and businesses in the area. For more information
visit www.digitalderbyshire.org.uk or
for an overview, CLICK HERE or for more detailed information CLICK HERE
Free Computer Training.
The DIG-IT Project will help you to access the internet and use computer equipment in the best way for you.
Their friendly staff can provide FREE training at a venue close to you and can also offer you
one-to-one support to get you online at home.
Telephone 01283 210109 for further
Mr John White
19 Pennine Way
Ashby de la Zouch
Tel:- 01530 415289
Mob:- 07581 303519 Email:- email@example.com