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CANCELLATION OF ROAD CLOSURE - SEAGRAVE ROAD
Posted: Mon, 17 Feb 2020 12:00 by Julie Lovatt
There's plenty for the kids to do in Charnwood this half-term thanks to the holiday activity programme.
Charnwood Borough Council's programme of activities returns for February half-term with a host of things to do.
Activities will run from Monday, February 17 to Friday, February 21, 2020 at locations across the borough including Loughborough, Burton on the Wolds, Sileby and Shepshed.
Cllr Deborah Taylor, the Council's lead member for communities said: "Our holiday activity programme is just one of the ways we help children in the borough stay active and healthy. More »
"It is always popular, and I hope the kids enjoy the activities on offer this time.
"Whether you enjoy arts and crafts or building dens, there is something for everyone to enjoy this half-term."
Most of the activities are suitable for children of all ages and families are welcome to come and watch or take part in a number of events.
Activities on offer include:
- Den building
- Love family fit
- Laser quest
- Aerial Trekking
- Kin-ball taster session
- Arts and crafts
- Family nordic walking
- Horse riding
- Multi-sports with LCFC
Prices start from £4 and there are several free activities available.
Wild Card holders can also enjoy great discounts. If you are aged five to 16, or have a disability and live or go to school in Charnwood, get your hands on a Wild Card by visiting www.charnwood.gov.uk/wildcardnews.
Posted: Mon, 03 Feb 2020 14:10 by Julie Lovatt
We are aware that residents are experiencing issues with Kinchbus 2 Service.
This service is commercially operated and therefore outside of the county council's jurisdiction. The local MP has been advised on this matter, and has offered to raise the matter with the bus operator and to communicate concerns on behalf of the affected passengers.
As the local authority can only make representations to the Traffic Commissioner regarding bus services on grounds of safety or congestion, affected passengers should lodge complaints through DVSA - acting on behalf of the Traffic Commissioner - or they could approach Bus Users UK who offer a complaints handling service in relation to punctuality issues. They will however, only consider complaints if they have already been lodged with the operator. Contact details for either organisation are as follows: More »
DVSA/Traffic Commissioner: email@example.com or Telephone: 0800 030 4103
Bus Users UK; visit: https://bususers.org/passengers/complaints/make-a-complaint/ » Less
Posted: Fri, 31 Jan 2020 12:30 by Julie Lovatt