Arnesby Parish Council

Serving the people of Arnesby

Clerk: Terry Cane
Oak Lodge, St Peter's Road
Arnesby, Leicester LE8 5WJ

Tel: 0116 2478136

  • Arnesby in Spring

    Arnesby in Spring

  • Arnesby in Spring

    Arnesby in Spring

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    Veg box

    Delivered to the door

Arnesby Parish Council

First Established 1894

Arnesby Parish Council seeks to provide services and maintain those features of the village which make it an attractive place to live. The Parish Council aims to ensure that any changes or developments are sensitive to the existing character of the village. The Council also looks to meet the needs and aspirations of the residence including those related to services, facilities and the environment.

Arnesby is a village with an electoral role of 300. It is situated just to the West of the A 5199, approximately eight miles South of the centre of Leicester. It offers easy access to the M1 and the A14. The village has a very successful primary school and a popular Indian restaurant called Little India. The 12th century Church of St Peters and the Baptist Chapel are both well supported and in addition to regular services provide a varied programme of activities and support to the community.

Latest News

Road Closure Information

Posted: Thu, 02 Apr 2020 10:55 by Terry Cane

Please note: these are planned works and do not include emergency work. Start and finish dates may also alter.

UTTERWORTH ROAD Rectify Defects after water main renewals works

Asset Creation Distribution West More »

02/03/2020 01/05/2020 Traffic Control (Multi-Way Signals)

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WELFORD ROAD New Inlet main and renewal of existing main which will be converted into an outlet main

Construction Delivery and Commercial (Asset Creati

01/04/2020 31/07/2021 Some Carriageway Incursion

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WELFORD ROAD Diversion and closure of a bridleway across plot of land.

LCC (Section 50/278/184) 01/01/2020 30/06/2021 Road Closure

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WELFORD ROAD to rectify defects after water mains renewal works

Asset Creation Distribution West

24/03/2020 22/05/2020 Traffic Control (Multi-Way signals). » Less

Message from Leicestershire County Council Chief Executive

Posted: Wed, 25 Mar 2020 11:39 by Terry Cane

Firstly, I wanted to thank everyone for their efforts in the last few weeks, and particularly over the last few days as the situation has moved on faster than predicted.

There have been huge challenges that you have all met head on. I have no doubt that with a changing national situation there will be more in the coming weeks. More »

Last night, as more stringent rules were introduced nationwide, partners across Leicestershire were assessing the additional impact on critical services. At a meeting of the Local Resilience Forum today, it was agreed that a major incident would be declared across Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland. This is in line with other areas.

Internally, I wanted to share the latest position on our services.

There have been a number of staff briefings and intranet updates. I urge you to read those briefings as they are issued, or to catch up on the special intranet page.

The following decisions have been taken today:

  • Recycling and household waste sites are now closed until further notice
  • Children and family wellbeing centres are closed until further notice. The three main centres in Coalville, Hinckley and Loughborough remain open for staff to access, where they cannot work from home
  • All locality offices for adult social care will close to the public from tomorrow morning
  • Weddings which are booked at the council's registration offices across the county have also been cancelled and will be re-arranged. People will still be able to register deaths and further instruction is being sought from the General Registry.

On Sunday, all country parks across the county were closed until further notice. Yesterday, the decision was taken to close County Hall to the public from tomorrow.

For information on closures announced previously, visit the website.

As well as managing the impact on services above, the efforts continue to focus on delivering critical services. In summary:

  • Children and Family Services are focusing on supporting vulnerable children and school places for key workers and vulnerable children
  • Adults and Communities are focusing on the 'shielding' of vulnerable people in Leicestershire, the development of community hubs and continued social care
  • Environment and Transport continue to provide school transport and are moving to provision of critical services only

The Leader of the Council, Nick Rushton has issued a further statement to the media highlighting the severity of the situation and emphasising that as a council we are doing all that we can to respond. He has also publicly thanked all staff, wherever you are and whatever you are doing – front line or back office – on behalf of all members of the council during a 'part virtual' Cabinet meeting this afternoon.

I hope that you are doing all that you can to stay well during this time.

John Sinnott, Chief Executive » Less

Bin Collection

Posted: Tue, 24 Mar 2020 16:53 by Terry Cane

,Currently, to the best of our knowledge, bin collections will continue as usual.