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No appointments needed for Kibworth waste site

No appointments needed for Kibworth waste site

Waste sites update Tuesday 13 July 2021

Based on current government information on Coronavirus restrictions, which could change:

To visit a waste site up to and including Sunday 18 July you must book an appointment. Please do not turn up without one as you will be turned away.

From Monday 19 July no appointments are necessary to visit a waste site, but vans, pick-ups and cars with trailers, and any... Read More »

Posted: Wed, 14 Jul 2021 09:14 by Dr F.

Tags: Kibworths

Roadworks on Smeeton Road, Kibworth Beauchamp

Roadworks on Smeeton Road, Kibworth Beauchamp

A Temporary Traffic Regulation Order has been agreed for this location.

A prohibition of waiting and loading is required on Smeeton Road, Kibworth Beauchamp on the 26th July 2021 for 2 days.


The Temporary Traffic Regulation Order will be implemented for public safety for Leicestershire County Council to facilitate investigate void and patch footway to reduce standing water.

Posted: Mon, 12 Jul 2021 09:19 by Dr F.

Tags: Kibworth Beauchamp, Roadworks

Job vacancy - part-time deputy clerk to Kibworth parish councils

Job vacancy - part-time deputy clerk to Kibworth parish councils

A vacancy for a part-time deputy clerk (20 hours a week) for the two Kibworth parish councils has arisen due to the previous deputy taking a full time role with a local school.

More information, such as job description and specification, is attached along with an advert with contact details and an outline of the job.

Posted: Thu, 01 Jul 2021 16:23 by Dr F.

Tags: Kibworths, staff, vacancy

Virtual consultation - new Kibworth housing

Virtual consultation - new Kibworth housing

A PUBLIC CONSULTATION is being held from
Wednesday 30th June to Wednesday 21st July
in relation to proposals for a new residential development of 10 new houses and bungalows at Land off St Wilfrid's Close, Kibworth Beauchamp.

The Virtual Consultation is being hosted on the Manor Oak Homes website
The URL link is: http://www.manoroakhomes.co.uk/project/stw-017/

Alternatively, you can contact a representative... Read More »


Posted: Wed, 30 Jun 2021 14:28 by Dr F.

Tags: Kibworths, consultation, housing

MUGA hoop replacement

MUGA hoop replacement

Team of volunteers came together from 9.30am this morning to assist Deena Sumpter, parish groundslady, and Cllr Jon Owst, fit new stronger basketball hoops at both ends of the Warwick Park MUGA. Once new nets were fitted, they were tested and found to do the job as expected! Grateful thanks to everybody.

Posted: Sat, 22 May 2021 13:49 by Dr F.

Tags: Kibworths, MUGA, News

Kibworth Get Active Day - 23 May 2021

Get Active Day banner

Following the initial Get Active Day in September 2020, the two Kibworth Parish Councils have agreed to jointly fund another day on Sunday 23rd May 2021.

Once more it will be organised by Fiesta Sports Coaching with their expertise and professional coaches for getting all ages involved in a variety of activities including basketball in the MUGA, Football, Olympic and Cricket skills, Adventure Club,... Read More »

Posted: Wed, 05 May 2021 08:50 by Dr F.

Tags: Kibworths

Latest COVID figures

Latest COVID figures

Weekly hotspot report of figures in Leicestershire for the 7 days ending 3 March 2021 shows that the following areas have the highest Ward/MSOA (Middle Super Output Area):

MSOA

Kibworth and Great Glen (15)

Wards

Thurnby & Houghton (11)

Glen (11)

Please wash your hands frequently, cover your face when required and make space between you and others to prevent the spread of coronavirus. For further information... Read More »

Posted: Tue, 09 Mar 2021 09:54 by Helen Cleary

Tags: Kibworths, NHS, News, coronavirus, covid, symptoms

Dog theft - advice from Leicestershire Police

Stolen dogs

We are experiencing an increase in dog theft reports and are asking the public to be wary of this new wave of crime across the county.

The demand for puppies has increased as people have been working from home and other social distractions are limited. This demand has created a surge in puppy thefts, as the price of dogs has almost doubled in some cases.

We want people to help to spread this safety message... Read More »

Posted: Wed, 23 Dec 2020 14:30 by Dr F.

Tags: Dogs, theft

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