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Glorious Glenfield Summer Garden Competition.

Nominations are now open for our Glorious Glenfield Summer Garden Competition.

Remember this is all about acknowledging the hard work of everyone who has gone the extra mile to make our village look the best it can. Prizes are presented at the Glenfield Gardeners Show.

The categories are:

1. Best Floral Display

2. Best Front Garden

To nominate a garden, just contact us or download the form at the bottom... Read More »

Posted: Wed, 23 May 2018 16:00 by Beverley Greenwood

Tags: News, Community

LATEST UPDATES FROM THE MILLENIUM GREEN

See all the latest Updates from the Millenium Green

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Posted: Fri, 11 May 2018 13:51 by Annie Armstrong

Tags: Community

Glenfield Millenium Green

SAT 26TH MAY 10.30 - 12 NOON

PLANT SALE

TO BE HELD ON THE GREEN, GLENFIELD

Click here for more information

Posted: Fri, 11 May 2018 13:49 by Annie Armstrong

Tags: Community

Glenfield Bus Services

Bus Services available to Glenfield

Posted: Fri, 11 May 2018 13:31 by Annie Armstrong

Tags: Public Transport

CYBER AWARENESS

SIMPLE STEPS TO PROTECT YOURSELF
YOUR INFORMATION AND YOUR MONEY

Whatever devices, operating systems, software or apps you use, always ensure you are running the most up to date versions. Updates include security patches to fix vulnerabilities! for further advices click on the attached document.

Posted: Wed, 02 May 2018 15:01 by Beverley Greenwood

Tags: News, Community, police

M1 J23A - J24 Closure

M1 J23A - J24 CLOSED TO ALL TRAFFIC

FRIDAY 11TH MAY - SUNDAY 13TH MAY

Posted: Mon, 30 Apr 2018 11:21 by Annie Armstrong

Tags: Roadworks, Transport

High Court dismisses Countesthorpe appeal

Blaby District Council's refusal of an application of up to 170 dwellings in Countesthorpe has been upheld by The High Court.

The application on land adjacent to Leicester Road and Foston Road in the village was refused back in November 2016. The Council rejected the plans, submitted by Catesby Estates Limited, after the application conflicted with policies set out by the Blaby District Local Plan,... Read More »

Posted: Wed, 21 Mar 2018 11:48 by Beverley Greenwood

Tags: News, Community

Consultation on the draft Assessment of whether the regulatory burden imposed by the proposed byelaws is proportionate.

Following the consultation held in July 2017 to October 2017 encouraging residents to help shape an updated set of byelaws designed to enable everyone to share and enjoy Glenfield's parks and green spaces, we are now required to consult and seek the comments and inputs from local users of these facilities on a draft assessment of whether the regulatory burden imposed by the proposed changes to the... Read More »

Posted: Thu, 15 Mar 2018 15:03 by Beverley Greenwood

Tags: Community, Consultation

Dog theft awareness campaign launched

A campaign launched by the Dogs Trust to make owners aware of an increase in dog thefts is being supported by Blaby District Council.

Residents are being reminded to ensure they remain vigilant at all times with their dogs. Thefts commonly take place outside shops, with owners reminded not to leave their dog unattended in any public areas.

The Dogs Trust is urging residents to follow three steps to reduce... Read More »

Posted: Mon, 05 Mar 2018 11:24 by Beverley Greenwood

Tags: Community, News

Lives not Knives

As a National Campaign for Knife Crime continues this week I wanted to thank everyone who has helped promote the prevention messages in Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland to discourage people carrying knives.

We can see every day in national and local news the presence of knives and the tragic consequences of their use on families, friends and neighbourhoods.

Since October, when I provided an update... Read More »

Posted: Tue, 20 Feb 2018 13:21 by Annie Armstrong

Tags: police, Community