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LCC Notification of Planned ROAD CLOSURE 8th October -

Dear Sir/Madam


A Temporary Traffic Regulation Order (TTRO) is to be made for the following location: Enderby Road, Thurlaston. The purpose of the TTRO is to allow BT to safely facilitate inspection and testing of a telegraph pole.

The TTRO will incorporate a temporary road closure.

The duration of the restriction is not anticipated to exceed a period of one days commencing on the 8th October 2019. Works are scheduled to take place between 09:30 and 15:00 More »

A Press Release will be issued to confirm these details approximately 2 weeks prior to the works commencing.

Should you require any further information please reply to this e-mail raising any specific concerns you may have.

Yours faithfully

Network Management Team Leicestershire County Council Highways » Less

Posted: Mon, 29 Jul 2019 14:35 by Elaine Foxon


Fun Day for all the family.

FREE community event with bubble football, arrows, inflatable obstacle course, gladiator duel and bouncy castle.

Thurlaston Recreation Ground 11am - 3pm

Bank Holiday Monday 26th August 2019

All Welcome – Family, friends and don't forget the picnics

Posted: Thu, 25 Jul 2019 14:01 by Elaine Foxon

Leicestershire Police #County Lines

Leicestershire Police #County Lines

The term County Lines describes gangs and organised criminal networks involved in exporting illegal drugs into other areas of the country, often small towns, using dedicated mobile phone lines or another form of 'deal line' which can be a person. They are likely to exploit children or vulnerable adults to move and store the drugs and money and will often use coercion, intimidation, violence (including sexual violence) and weapons. More »

What are the signs to look out for?

The following signs could suggest that someone is being exploited through county lines activity:

• Gang association or isolation from peers or social networks
• Missing from home or schools and/or significant decline in performance
• New friends or relationships with those who don't share any mutual friendships with the victim or anyone else
• May be carrying a weapon
• Receiving more texts or calls than usual
• Sudden influx of cash, clothes or mobile phones
• Unexplained injuries
• Significant changes in emotional well-being

How can you help?
Everyone can help by learning the signs to look out for and being vigilant within their work and home environments.

Make a report
If you believe you may be a victim (or think somebody may be a victim) of exploitation through county lines or cuckooing, we advise you to contact one of the following:
Leicestershire Police
• Email:
• Social media: Private message us on Facebook or Twitter
• Phone: 101 » Less

Posted: Fri, 21 Jun 2019 11:59 by Elaine Foxon