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Community Litter Pick

Community Litter Pick

Community Litter Pick

Saturday 14th October at 10am

All volunteers to meet at Breedon Primary School.

For more information see poster attached.

Posted: Wed, 04 Oct 2017 21:17 by Sam Lockwood

Tags: News, What's On

Macmillan Coffee Morning

Macmillan Coffee Morning

The Macmillan Coffee Morning is on Friday 29th September starting from 10am at The Old Chapel, Main Street, Breedon on the Hill.

Coffee, cakes, tombola, bric a brac, books, jewellery, competitions etc

All Welcome!

Posted: Tue, 26 Sep 2017 10:41 by Jane Melen

Tags: News, What's On

Neighbourhood Watch Meeting

Neighbourhood Watch Meeting

Neighbourhood Watch Meeting

ALL residents of Breedon, Tonge and Wilson are invited to attend the Neighbourhood Watch Meeting, due to take place at 8pm on Monday 2nd October 8pm - 9pm.

For more information please see poster attached.

Posted: Mon, 25 Sep 2017 13:26 by Sam Lockwood

Tags: News, What's On

HS2 - Public Consultation Events near you!

HS2 - Public Consultation Events near you!

HS2 - Public Consultation Events near you! Our nearest consultation is Kegworth, Yew Lodge Hotel - Monday 25th September 2pm-8pm.

The document attached is an invite to residents, businesses, landowners and other interested stakeholders along the Phase 2b line of route to public information sessions. At theses sessions you will find out how the timetable for Phase 2b is progressing, how the line of route will be developed, how HS2 will assess.. Read More »

Posted: Wed, 20 Sep 2017 11:57 by Sam Lockwood

Tags: News, Consultations

National threat level reduced to severe

National threat level reduced to severe

National threat level reduced to severe

Issued on 17/9/17 at 4:30 p.m.

The national threat level has this evening (Sunday 17 September) been reduced from critical to severe, which means an attack is highly likely.

The public should continue to be vigilant and the increased patrols that had been put in place across Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland will continue over the weekend to provide further reassurance.. Read More »

Posted: Mon, 18 Sep 2017 09:58 by Sam Lockwood

Tags: News, Police

Tesco supporting our Heritage Project

Tesco supporting our Heritage Project

For anyone who shops in Tesco please ask for one of the little blue discs when you pay (even in self service and self scan) to support our fund raising. Just put the disc in the special collection box near the door, the request with the most discs is given a large donation to the cause! We are in there until 31st October so please support as you shop. Thanks

Posted: Fri, 08 Sep 2017 13:51 by Jane Melen

Tags: News, Breedon Heritage Trail Project

REMINDER - Neighbourhood Watch Meeting - This Evening

REMINDER - Neighbourhood Watch Meeting - This Evening

TONIGHT!!! - Monday 4th September - 8pm!!

ALL residents of Breedon, Tonge and Wilson are invited to attend the Neighbourhood Watch Meeting, due to take place at 8pm on Monday 4th September.

Posted: Mon, 04 Sep 2017 09:19 by Sam Lockwood

Tags: What's On, News

Neighbourhood Watch Meeting

Neighbourhood Watch Meeting

ALL residents of Breedon, Tonge and Wilson are invited to attend the Neighbourhood Watch Meeting, due to take place at 8pm on Monday 4th September.

For more details please see poster attached below.

Posted: Wed, 30 Aug 2017 11:22 by Sam Lockwood

Tags: News, What's On

Breedon Heritage Trail Project

Breedon Heritage Trail Project

Breedon on the Hill is one of the most significant archaeological and historical sites in Leicestershire. It pre-dates to the Roman occupation of Leicester by several hundred years.A monastery was founded within the Bulwarks in 675AD and the western fortifications are still visible today. Unfortunately, successive generations of councils have placed scant emphasis on this Leicestershire jewel in the crown... Read More »

Posted: Thu, 24 Aug 2017 10:30 by Sam Lockwood

Tags: News, What's On, Breedon Heritage Trail Project, Consultations

Police - Report Crime Online

Police - Report Crime Online

You can now report all non-emergency crime or incidents to the police online - https://leics.police.uk/report-online.

This will give you an automatic reference number and may be much quicker and convenient than the usual '101' number.

Posted: Tue, 22 Aug 2017 09:38 by Sam Lockwood

Tags: News, Police

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