Sileby Parish Council

Serving the people of Sileby

Parish Council Office

Clerk: Rosemary Richardson
41 High Street, Sileby
Loughborough LE12 7RX

Sileby Parish Council provides your local services. We strive to make Sileby a better place to live, work and play. Our website includes a wealth of information about how we conduct business and what we do. Use the search or browse the site to find whatever you are looking for. If you can't find the information you require then please contact us.

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Merry Christmas from Sileby Parish Council

Merry Christmas from Sileby Parish Council

Sileby Parish Council would like to wish residents a very Merry Christmas and a Happy and Peaceful New Year.

The Parish Council Office will close at midday on Friday 21st December 2018, and reopen on Wednesday 2nd January 2019 at 10.00am.

Posted: Fri, 14 Dec 2018 10:16 by Julie Lovatt

Temporary Road Closure, Brook Street, Back Lane, Sileby

Temporary Road Closure, Brook Street, Back Lane, Sileby

Leicestershire County Council Highways has agreed to a Temporary Traffic Regulation Order at the above location.

A temporary road closure is required on Brook Street, Sileby from High Street to Burton Road roundabout between 5pm and 9pm and on Back Lane from Dudley Court to Brook Street between 3pm and 9pm, on the 30th November 2018.

The Temporary Traffic Regulation Order will be implemented for public safety to allow the Sileby Christmas event to take place. More »

Leicestershire County Council apologises for any inconvenience caused during this event. » Less

Posted: Wed, 28 Nov 2018 11:11 by Julie Lovatt

Traffic Regulation Order - Heathcote Drive

TRAFFIC REGULATION ORDER – Cross Street, Hathern. Queniborough Road, Queniborough. Trueway Drive, Shepshed. Heathcote Drive, Sileby. Eastfield Road, Thurmaston.

Please find attached, for your information, a sealed Traffic Regulation Order for the above address(es) in your Ward.

A Traffic Regulation Order (TRO) is the legal document required to support a range of measures, which govern or restrict the use of public roads, including: More »

  • Double yellow lines
  • One-way streets
  • Banned turns
  • Bus lanes

Why do we need TROs?

UK law requires that TROs be in place to enable the police or, in the case of yellow lines and bus lanes, the council, to enforce these restrictions.

Please direct any enquiries to Liz Hopwell ( or to

Posted: Tue, 27 Nov 2018 15:08 by Julie Lovatt