Welcome to the Luston Group Parishes website

Your online portal for Parish Council information, updates on planning applications, the Neighbourhood Development Plan, plus information and history about the local area.

Luston Group Parishes brings together three civil parishes:

Eyton, and
Eye, Moreton & Ashton.

For the latest information on how COVID-19 is affecting Herefordshire Council services across the county please click here – Herefordshire Services and Covid-19 (link opens in new tab) 

Herefordshire Council has issued a letter for residents – Resident letter 20.03.2020 (link opens in new tab)

For information on local support please contact the Luston Group Good Neighbour Scheme – Good Neighbour Scheme (link opens in new tab)

Visit GOV.UK for the latest coronavirus information (link opens in new tab) and the current situation in the UK.

Information is also available on Herefordshire Council’s coronavirus information page (link opens in new tab)

Meetings of Luston Group Parish Council will be held online for the next few months. Members of the public can join the meetings by clicking on the link at the top of each agenda. The next online meeting of the parish council is at 7.30pm on Monday,  2 November 2020. The agenda is available from 29 October 2020.

Please note the agenda is published in PDF format and will open in a new browser tab for you to view and print.

All our meetings are open to the public and we would be delighted to see you there. To join the meeting via the internet please click on the link at which is published at the top of each agenda (you need to live or work in the group parishes to do this).

Explore the Parish Website.

Click on the quick links below or use the navigation menu for more options.

Luston Group Neighbourhood Development Plan

The Luston Group Neighbourhood Development Plan was made on 2 January 2018.  It now forms part of the Development Plan for Herefordshire. 

For more information, and to view the neighbourhood development plan documents, please click the button below.

A message from the Chairman:

Welcome to our Luston Group of Parishes website. It is intended to display and function better on smaller devices such as tablets and phones as well on laptops and PCs. Using the contact page, please let us know your comments and requests for information on the website; we are always looking at ways to improve it.

The website links to the relevant pages on Herefordshire Council’s Planning Portal for any planning applications in our area, so you can see where the latest developments are being considered.

If you can’t attend a Parish Council Meeting but you want to have your say on an item on the agenda, please go to the contact page and send us a message. It could be to do with traffic issues, dog fouling or a planning application. Whatever it is, we want you to have your say. Click here for the latest meeting dates, agendas and minutes.

We very much hope you will subscribe to our mailing list, so we can keep in touch with you about upcoming events and parish news.

Ian Stevens

 Latest News

Parish councillor vacancy

A Notice of Vacancy in the Office of Councillor for the parish of Eyton has been published. The notice is available to download – NOV - Luston Group Parish Council - and can be viewed on the noticeboards at Eyton and Westland View, Luston.

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Ditches and drainage in the parishes

The group parish council asks that landowners take note of the information on ditch and drainage responsibilities highlighted by Herefordshire Council - Ditches and Drainage - Guidance on Your Responsibilities "Ditches and drains need to be maintained to reduce the...

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West Mercia Police talk on Cyber Crime – 12 June 2019

Cyber Crime and Current Scams Our new Police and Crime Community Support Officer, Steph Harper, will give a short talk on Cyber Crime including tips on how to be prepared and not get caught out - Cyber Security - 12 June 2019. 7.30 pm on Wednesday, 12 June 2019 at...

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