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Temporary Traffic Regulation Order Wellsic Lane

Please find information regarding a Temporary Road Traffic Regulation at Wellsic Lane

Posted: Mon, 16 Nov 2020 15:58 by Gail Newcombe

Parish Council Office

The Parish Council Office is temporarily closed to the public. If you wish to contact the office please email.

Alternatively if your enquiry is urgent please telephone

0116 2374544

In the event of an emergency ONLY 07955621257

Posted: Wed, 14 Oct 2020 11:38 by Susan Wyles

Remembrance Sunday 8th November 2020

Marking Remembrance Sunday in Rothley Sunday 8th November 2020

Guidance has been received that Remembrance Day ceremonies this year should not take place in the normal way that communities do each year up and down the land.

Therefore, this year there will be no public ceremony at Cross Green. Instead at 11.00am on Sunday 8th November the leader of the Parish Council and a representative of the County Council will meet with the Vicar to lay a wreath at the Memorial in a very short ceremony. The uniformed organisations will not be attending and we have been requested to ask the public to mark Remembrance in their own homes. This is a very difficult request to ask of our community who wish to express their gratitude for those who have fallen in the service of our nation but we are sure you fully understand why this has been necessary for this year. More »

In order to support the community in marking Remembrance in their own homes, there will be a service from the Parish Church with an Act of Remembrance available on-line on the Rothley Church website, and via the Rothley Church YouTube Channel. This will feature the memorial that was commissioned by the villagers who lost loved ones in the First World War together with music from the organ which was donated in their memory, and we hope many of you will be able to watch that in your homes. » Less

Posted: Fri, 09 Oct 2020 13:46 by Gail Newcombe