Useful links will be gradually built up. If you know an organisation that you think it would be useful to include please contact the Clerk.
How to contact the police
How to contact the police
999 Emergency. Immediate threat to life or property.
101 every other non-emergency situation.
To report an incident to an individual officer, you can dial 101 and leave them a voicemail message by following the recorded instructions and entering their collar number when prompted.
Our neighbourhood officers are: Sergeant Weston, collar number 1687 and PC Michelle Skingsly, collar number 4480.
By email. Look on website https://leics.police.uk/contact and go to Local policing section of the website, where you can leave a message for your local officer.
01858 828282 HDC Community Safety Team or Environmental Health re anti social behaviour, during office hours.
0800 555 111 Crime stoppers. A crime can be reported here anonymously.
Arnesby Primary School
Arnesby Baptist Chapel
USEFUL INFORMATION FOR SENIOR RESIDENTS OF ARNESBY
Lutterworth CommunityTransport Service (01455 555571 ) You will need to register with your name and address. You will be charged per mile, but it is cheaper than a taxi! Can cater for wheel chair users.
Local Demand responsive service. Thursday, 9.30 from Arnesby to M Harboro; 12.30 M Harboro to Arnesby; Leics County Council + Murphys taxis. Tel:01858410210 to book a taxi. Weds, Arnesby to Leicester 10.30; Leic to Arnesby 1.30; LCC + Karls Kabs; Tel: 07815044068. Do not run if no bookings received. £4 return. Bus passes valid.
Doctors and Social Care
Countesthorpe Health Centre: Appointments: 0116 277 6361. Enquiries: 0116 277 6336
Husbands Bosworth Surgery: Tel: 01858 880522
Social Services: 0116 2229555
AgeUK: 0116 2992233; firstname.lastname@example.org; www.ageukleics.org.uk
An App (on iphone and android) called "NHS now" can be downloaded free, with info about local health services.
VASL: a community charity based in Market Harboro to support older people: eg accessing information, groups, support in the community and support for carers. www.vasl.org.uk; email@example.com; 01858 439262
Have you got the phone number of a relative or friend in case of day or night time emergencies?
If you live alone, and/or would like to ensure support in an emergency, you could join an emergency telephone service: 1.Harborough Lifeline: 01858 464499 : or 2. Lifeline Services: 0116 2869500
There may be an initial start up charge and there will be a monthly charge.
Either of these services will provide you with an emergency button to wear, which, when pressed will go through to a switchboard who will contact your named family or friends. If no-one is at home, they will call a paramedic.
School lunches for adult village residents at Arnesby C of E Primary School:
12.15. Monday – Friday. Cost: £2.70. Book previous week preferably, but can book day before. Book at school (ring bell by gate) or by phone. Tel: 2478563 for further information.
Arnesby Village Hall: (Brian & Sue Spriggs 0116 2478559) The focus of village events such as monthly Saturday morning coffee and Swap Shop, (both Brian &Sue Spriggs) and film club.
St Peter's Church:(Churchwardens:- Brian Spriggs 2478559 and Judith Mace 2478982, alternately. For Services see the monthly Hexagon Parishes Newsletter. See village notice boards for concerts, church events and Open Gardens
Arnesby Baptist Chapel (Johnny Hutton 2478392). Sunday services at 10.45 & 6 pm. Tuesday coffee mornings.
Mobile Library Van: Third Tuesday of each month at 11 – 11.30 in St Peter's Road.
Dementia Support Café, Main st, Countesthorpe, 3rd Monday of month, 2 – 3.30. Tel: 2311111, Alzheimer Soc.
Arnesby Parish Council: Clerk: Terry Cane: firstname.lastname@example.org tel: 0116 2478136 Website: www.arnesbyparishcouncil.org.uk
Compiled by Elaine Carter, 2478243 and Sue Spriggs