Fri 25 November, 2022
Schools, athletes, clubs and volunteers recognised at North West Leicestershire Let’s Get Moving Awards
Exceptional and inspiring sports personalities have been recognised for their efforts and achievements at the North West Leicestershire Let’s Get Moving Awards. The event last night, which returned in person for the first time since the pandemic,..
Tue 22 November, 2022
A smoking bin lorry had to be escorted by fire crews through Thringstone this morning after a suspected battery fire.
Mon 21 November, 2022
A new campaign to reduce violence and promote safer nights out in North West Leicestershire is set to launch. The Safer Nights launch event will take place on Saturday 26 November on Market Street in Ashby-de-la-Zouch to raise awareness of the..
Thu 17 November, 2022
A charity offering weekly sing-alongs to boost mental health and wellbeing in Coalville, Ashby and beyond now has greener credentials thanks to the use of an electric vehicle.
Wed 16 November, 2022
North West Leicestershire District Council’s (NWLDC) new Customer Centre is due to open on Tuesday 29 November, once final preparations are complete.
Mon 14 November, 2022
A local knitting group has donated handmade items to neonatal units across the Midlands to help keep premature babies warm. The Knit and Natter group at Newmarket in Coalville, were inspired to put their needle work to good use after a premature baby..
Thu 10 November, 2022
A living snow globe is set to be the main attraction to bring cheer to families as Christmas in Coalville returns. Winter wonderland is coming to Coalville as an interactive snow globe is confirmed to take the spotlight in the town on Saturday 26..
Mon 7 November, 2022
Businesses in Coalville can take part in two competitions to help encourage people into the town centre in the run up to the festive period. North West Leicestershire District Council’s (NWLDC) annual Best Dressed Window competition is returning..
Wed 2 November, 2022
A family that traded on Coalville’s former market for 40 years is continuing to support the town’s high street thanks to a move to bricks and mortar.