Welcome to Arnesby
Welcome to Arnesby
St Peters Church
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.
Posted: Mon, 20 Sep 2021 16:01 by Terry Cane
TEMPORARY TRAFFIC REGULATION ORDER:-
ST PETERS ROAD, ARNESBY
Leicestershire County Council Highways has agreed to a Temporary Traffic Regulation Order at the above location.
A road closure is required on St Peters Road, Arnesby at the junction of Church Lane to outside St Peters Church on the 29th September 2021 for 2 days
Posted: Tue, 14 Sep 2021 12:04 by Terry Cane
Thank you to all who supported the Sunday afternoon teas in St Peter's Church
We made a profit for Church funds of£778
Posted: Tue, 24 Aug 2021 12:26 by Terry Cane
Speed Detection Equipment
East - Welford Road end unit
The fastest speed recorded through the unit was 54mph with only two vehicles exceeding 40mph. The incoming average speed is 24.87mph and outgoing 26.89mph which suggest that drivers do speed up after passing the units (but still below 30 mph). Approximately 8334 vehicle movements were noted and 90% of vehicles are at or under 30mph. More »
West - Bruntingthorpe end unit
The fastest speed recorded by this unit was 68mph with a number exceeding 60mph! There were twelve vehicles averaging over 40mph coming into this unit. The average incoming speed was 27mph incoming and 32mph outgoing (vehicles at this point are about to leave the 30mph limit). Approx 5760 vehicles were measure coming into the village from this direction and approx 73% of vehicles are at or under 30 mph (incoming)
Future data will give an understanding of how the average speeds are differing each month.
The signs have now been switched over the 20mph for the school arrival and departure times during term time, which may slow traffic further during these periods. » Less