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A Huge Thank You

A Huge Thank You

Posted: Thu, 17 Jan 2019 21:19 by Alicia

We would like to thank all of the Kegworth Villagers and Businesses who co operated with patience and understanding especially when dealing with the massive inconvenience of road closures and limited parking. Your support has not gone unnoticed and we had an outpouring of gratitude and love for Kegworth from our guests.The Church Service was uplifting and moving and well received by all the guests. Thank you to Rev'd Lauretta Wilson, Rev'd Martin Charles, Paul Philips, Rev'd John Simms, Rev'd Roy Monks, Father Gary and all the clergy who played a part in this. Also to the Ushers who did an impeccable job.There was an army of volunteers who either helped on the lead up to the Day, behind the scenes, on the Day itself or throughout, including from East Midlands Airport, Leicestershire County Council, North West Leicestershire District Council, Trent Barton Buses, First Responders and Castle Donington Volunteer Service for their loan of 2 buses.We would also like to thank Julie Cooke of Folwells and volunteers from Kegworth Village Hall & Committee, Kegworth Plan Group, Kegworth Community Library, Kegworth Women's Institute, Soar Valley Twinning Association and community members including Christina Sharp, Vicky Pettitt, Geoff Donoghue, Chris Donoghue, Kate Hooper; Kathy Hayes; Chrissy Shaw, Sheila Hawksworth, Margaret Thompson, David Hayes and Fred Thompson.Stuart Cox, David Buxton and Jan Barrowcliffe all made special efforts to ensure that the Village and Cemetery looked its finest for the Day.Apologies if I have missed anyone, but finally, I wish to thank all of the Kegworth Parish Council volunteers and Vicky Roe, the Clerk, for all their support and hard work. . . and of course, all of our guests for attending on the Day.To see some of the lovely comments made by guests who attended the Event please click on the link below.This really was a Community Effort - Thank you. More »

Andrew Bridgen MP - Notice of Upcoming Surgeries

Andrew Bridgen MP - Notice of Upcoming Surgeries

Posted: Tue, 15 Jan 2019 11:28 by Alicia

The next surgery with Andrew Bridgen MP is at Castle Donington Community Hub, 101 Bondgate, Castle Donington DE74 2NH and has been rescheduled to: Friday 18th January 2019 from 1pm - 3pm.

Please note that you will need an appointment and to book please Call: 01530 417736 More »

or Email:

Further sugeries: Coalville on Friday 8th February 2019

Ashby on Friday 8th March 2019

For full details please click on the document below. Thank you.

Vacancy for School Crossing Patrol, Kegworth Primary School

Vacancy for School Crossing Patrol, Kegworth Primary School

Posted: Thu, 10 Jan 2019 14:06 by Vicky Roe


Location Duty Times

Outside of school gates 08:30-09:05 & 15:00-15:35

Are you a parent or carer who currently escorts your child/children to and from school each day? Have you ever considered that by dedicating around 35-40 minutes of your time twice a day, you could help to make the routes to and from school safer for our school children by helping them to cross the road, and be paid whilst doing this? More »

There is currently a vacancy for a school crossing patrol around your School and the Road Safety Education team urgently requires your help to fill this post. We offer the following:

  • £8.50 per hour (subject to annual increment)
  • Full Training provided
  • Summer and winter uniform provided
  • Pay throughout the year

Leicestershire County Council relies on the local community to come forward and we are now appealing directly for someone who is reliable and conscientious, who would be prepared to take on this rewarding role. You will need to be willing to have a medical and must complete a Disclosure & Barring Service form to authorise a Police check.

If you think you may be interested in filling this vacancy and would like some further information, please contact the School Crossing Patrol Service on the telephone number at the bottom of this page.

Please note that if nobody comes forward there will be no School Crossing Patrol and the site will be uncovered so please take extra care when crossing.

Contact: Simon Wilson, Safe and Sustainable Travel Officer at Leicestershire County Council.

Email: or call 0116 305 0147 or 07507 887 638 » Less