Leicester Forest East Parish Council

Serving the people of Leicester Forest East

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Clerk: Sue Jones
The Parish Hall, Kings Drive
Leicester Forest East
Leicester LE3 3JE

Tel: 0116 239 0039

  • Parish Hall

    Parish Hall

    Have you thought about hiring the parish hall for your celebrations? Give us a call for more details.

  • The Reality Bus will be at St. Andrew's Church on Wednesday evenings, September 7.00pm to 8.30pm

    The Reality Bus will be at St. Andrew's Church on Wednesday evenings, September 7.00pm to 8.30pm

  • The Spinney

    The Spinney

Mission Statement

The mission of Leicester Forest East Parish Council is to work towards representing and promoting the interests and the well being of the parish.

Our website provides information about how we conduct our business and what we do. Use the search or browse the site to find what you are looking for. If you can't find what you are looking for please contact us on 0116 2390039 or email clerk@lfeparishcouncil.org.uk for further information.

Latest News


PARISH COUNCIL SURGERIES - Members of the Parish Council will be attending the St. Andrew's Church Coffee Morning, Hinckley Road on Saturday 22nd of September - 10am to midday. If you are interested in becoming a parish councillor, have any parish matters you would like to raise with the Members then call in and discuss them with the Councillors.

Mon, 17 Sep 2018 11:35 by Sue Jones

Notice of Casual Vacancies for a Parish Councillor

Currently we have casual vacancies for a Parish Councillor. Should you wish to have a greater say in community affairs please do not hesitate to apply for this voluntary position by contacting the Parish Office, Parish Hall, Kings Drive for further information.

Telephone 0116 2390039 or email clerk@lfeparishcouncil.org.uk

Wed, 12 Sep 2018 11:58 by Sue Jones

Blaby District Council launches 'Bite Back' campaign

Residents are being encouraged to take part in Blaby District Council's Bite Back initiative; a new, three part campaign aimed at more responsible dog ownership.

Designed to involve the local community in helping to police their area, residents contacting the Council will receive a free Bite Back Pack, containing weather-proof posters, dog bags, stencil kits for pavements and an info pack on how to report anyone not picking up after their dog. More »

With a large rural area across the district, farmers can also order their own hard-hitting posters highlighting the dangers of not keeping a dog under control. In July a sheep in Countesthorpe was mauled by a dog off lead, with the farmer's wife and young daughters discovering the injured animal. Due to the extensive injuries sustained the sheep had to be put down.

A further poster shows the consequences of failing to clean up after dogs around livestock, showing the potentially devastating effects of disease that dog faeces can carry.

Sports teams, local organisations and owners of recreation areas in the district can also receive their own free posters and pack to deter irresponsible dog owners that can cause issues in play areas and sports pitches by failing to control their dog.

Councillor Iain Hewson, Portfolio Holder for Leisure & Regulatory Services, said: "We know that whilst the vast majority of dog owners are responsible, the small number who have no respect for their local area have a negative impact in the local community, and can cause distress and long-term problems to farmers in our more rural areas.

"These upsetting effects are shown in the rural posters and we make no apologies for the hard hitting nature of them.

"With all circumstances covered by our Bite Back campaign, I encourage any residents, farmers and local organisations to get in touch, and we will help them launch the campaign in their area."

To receive a pack, email environmental.health@blaby.gov.uk. More information about the campaign is available by visiting www.blaby.gov.uk/biteback. » Less

Wed, 05 Sep 2018 11:09 by Sue Jones