Cancellation of Meeting – Annual Meeting of the Council

Due to the Coronavirus lockdown, and in accordance with emergency legislation, the Parish Council has cancelled the Annual Meeting of the Council which was due to be held 18th May 2020.

As a result, the Chair and Vice-Chair will remain in post for an extended period of two years (until May 2021).

Ordinary and Extra-Ordinary meetings of the Council will be held via Zoom video conferences whilst Coronavirus restrictions remain in place.

The Annual Meeting of the Parish – where the Council provides an update on its activities during the previous year – has been postponed until a traditional meeting can be held.


Parish Council Meeting – 7.30pm Monday 18th May 2020

Due to the Coronavirus lockdown, the Parish Council meeting scheduled for 7.30pm Monday 18th May 2020 will be held using Zoom video conferencing.

The agenda for the meeting can be accessed via the following link:-

SPC – Ordinary Council Meeting 180520 – Final Agenda

Members of the public are welcome to join the video conference either to observe or to contribute to the meeting within the ‘public participation’ session. If you wish to take part, please contact the Clerk via Clerk@Shustoke-ParishCouncil.Org.UK or use the contact page on this website.

CORONAVIRUS – Support Available

What is on offer if you are vulnerable:-

Local Authority Contact Centres
Professional Referrals
Food parcels
Medicine Deliveries
Shopping Deliveries
Outbound calls made to the shielded list

If you are unable to leave your home due to Coronavirus and have no support to help you get food, medication or to access services then Warwickshire can help you.

Home isolation
Hospital discharges/ hospital to home
Information, advice and online services eg virtual/home library
Homelessness and housing support
Mental health & wellbeing support

If Coronavirus is affecting you and you have no support from friends or family you can access support through these routes. We can provide support for a number of issues using our normal channels and help you to tap into the additional support being provided by community and voluntary groups

Contact us on 0800 408 1447

CORONAVIRUS – Shustoke Reservoir – Update 23rd April

UPDATE – 23rd April

The Police have now attended Shustoke on several occasions and will continue to do so.

Severn Trent has confirmed that the signs showing the footpath around the Reservoir was open have been removed. This means the OS orange coloured path around the reservoir (shown on the  map) accessed from the carpark area is now closed. The green public footpaths further away from the water (a right of way) are still open.

Severn Trent has ordered some large signs to reflect this current status but they may take a week to be installed. However, contractors will be attending to alter the access arrangements to the carpark.

The Coleshill Police Safer Neighbourhood Team will maintain daily visits to the outside area of the site to try and manage any parking issues etc.



Shustoke Reservoir is a private site owned by Severn Trent. The Reservoir and its car park are currently closed.

As a private site, it does not come within the latest Government guidelines for public parks – all of which should now be open.

The closure of the Reservoir car park has led to additional parking issues for the Village, with some visitors leaving their vehicles in inappropriate places. As North Warwickshire Borough Council currently has no parking warden operation, only the Police can enforce legislation relating to unnecessary or wilful obstruction of the highway, or parking in a dangerous position. Concerned residents will need to contact the Police on 101.







CORONAVIRUS – Temporary Parish Council Privacy Policy

Under normal circumstances, Shustoke Parish Council does not collect or process personal information of residents outside responding to emails, telephone calls or letters. This is covered by its normal Privacy Policy.

During the current Coronavirus crisis however, the Council is collecting and processing details specifically to identify and provide assistance to vulnerable residents, and to keep a register of residents volunteering to assist their vulnerable neighbours. Collection of data in these circumstances in permitted by the General Data Protection Regulations but as this is a temporary situation, the Council has published a specific Privacy Policy to deal with the circumstances we are all facing. The Policy can be found via the below link.

SPC CV Crisis Privacy Notice Ver 030420

If you have any queries on the Policy, contact the Clerk via the Contact page.


Have Your Say on Community Safety in Warwickshire

**Have Your Say on Community Safety in Warwickshire**

Local residents and businesses are being asked for their views on community safety in Warwickshire to ensure the right services are being developed to help make people feel safer and secure.

An online survey has been developed to give people across the county the chance to feed back to a range of organisations – local councils, fire and rescue, police, probation, health and third sector – who work together to address community safety through the Safer Warwickshire Partnership Board.

The survey will inform the partnership board about what matters to residents and businesses in Warwickshire, both at a neighbourhood and national level.

The survey will assist the Safer Warwickshire Partnership Board to better understand how crimes and incidents impact on their feelings of safety, what influences how safe they feel and how they would like to be engaged in the future.

Topics covered included people’s personal experiences of crime and anti-social behaviour in their local area, as well what types of incident are most concerning. Views on the effects of hate crime and personal safety are also being sought, alongside feedback on road safety, including how safe people feel using the road networks across Warwickshire and the wider UK.

Copy the following in to your web browser to access the survey:-

CORONAVIRUS – Libraries Update

• As a result of the current COVID-19 outbreak, all Warwickshire Libraries, Community Libraries, Mobile Libraries and the Home Delivery Service are now closed to the public.
• Libraries have extended the loan period for all items currently on loan until the start of July and all fines will be waived. You need not worry about returning or renewing items in the short-term. Please stay safe at home and keep your library items with you.
• Please keep checking this website for up to date information:
• Online library services are still available – visit the digital library at