A community football club is well on the way to becoming ‘heartsafe’ thanks to support from the borough council and the Joe Humphries Memorial Trust (JHMT). Sileby Town Football Club has recently gained a new public-access defibrillator to help..
Charnwood and Rushcliffe borough councils’ commitment to supporting serving and former Armed Forces personnel and their families has been further recognised at an awards ceremony. The authorities officially received the gold award from the Armed..
The annual Holocaust Memorial Day commemoration will be held once again in Queen’s Park Loughborough. The event, on Monday January 27, at 4.30pm, will see the Mayor Charnwood, Cllr Brenda Seaton, Mayor read the Act of Commitment. Everyone is..
A former Mayor of Charnwood has been made an honorary Alderman. Paul Day, a former borough councillor and Mayor was presented with the title which is the highest award that can be made to a former councillor in recognition of exceptional service to..
Hundreds of residents collected their free trees from Syston at the weekend. The borough council once again teamed up with the National Forest and partner idverde to run the scheme and give away 5,000 trees to residents. Cllr Roy Rollings, lead..
Community groups in Charnwood have been awarded over £27,000 to support local projects in the latest Charnwood Grants rounds. Charnwood Borough Council has awarded funding to a number of community groups in the latest round of grant funding..
A project which supports the armed forces community in Charnwood/Rushcliffe/Melton has been selected as a finalist in the national Soldiering on Awards. The partnership between Charnwood, Rushcliffe and Melton borough councils encourages..
Loughborough’s Carillon Tower museum will reopen in the spring while a new lottery bid is put together. The Carillon Memorial Trust had applied for £80,000 from the Heritage Lottery Fund to improve the museum but it has been told the bid has been..
Happy New Year to you all and I hope everyone enjoyed the festive holidays. Already they seem a long time ago. It’s going to be another busy year for the Council with plenty of opportunities and challenges ahead. One of those opportunities is the..