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South Kilworth Christmas Market

South Kilworth Christmas Market

*** South Kilworth Christmas Market ***

Friday Dec 6th / 2.45pm-6.30pm / Woodland Hall
South Kilworth Primary school

Join us for what promises to be a magical Christmas event and relaxing shopping experience in the new Woodland Hall at South Kilworth Primary School.

Supporting local, independent retailers including The Growing Tree Children's Toys and Luna Rayn Hand Made Bath & Beauty. Plus a selection of bespoke and unique crafts, giftware and handmade Christmas wreaths and accessories. More »

Christmas stocking fillers and quality pocket money toys. New and as new stall. Leicestershire Wildlife Rescue adoption scheme & gifts.

Gingerbread decorating, tombola and games. Carol singing and a pop up nativity at 3:15pm - please come dressed as your favourite character from the Christmas Story!

Delicious hot food to include paninis, baked potatoes & hot dogs. Homemade cakes & mince pies courtesy of Karters Cafe, Lutterworth. To wash it down...Friends of South Kilworth School will be offering tea, coffee, hot chocolate & mulled wine.

Assured of a warm welcome from 2.45pm - pop in for a spot of child-free shopping before the school run. We're open until 6.30pm so no need to rush home...or cook! » Less

Posted: Mon, 11 Nov 2019 15:43 by Cathy Walsh

Tree and hedgerow initiatives for farmers and landowners

Tree and hedgerow initiatives for farmers and landowners

In partnership with the Woodland Trust, LCC have a range of tree and hedgerow initiatives available to farmers and landowners across Leicestershire.

  • Targeting Trees Disease packs - for creating a small woodland to regenerate the countryside (field corners for example)
  • MOREhedges – for planting a minimum of 100m of new native hedgerow with hedgerow trees-
  • MOREwoods – for planting a native woodland (0.5 ha or more)
  • Free Tree Replacement scheme - Individual landscape trees supplied as larger trees for visual impact and ideal as hedgerow trees in existing hedges

Targeting Tree Disease packs More »

Working with the Woodland Trust, the county council are offering all landowners and farmers free tree packs, which have been specifically designed to help regenerate countryside that is under threat from tree diseases such as Ash Dieback.

These packs are available to applicants from across the county. Each pack includes 45 native trees and applicants can chose form two different species mixes:

  • Mix 1 – birch, hornbeam and oak
  • Mix 2 – birch, oak and wild cherry

The trees will be provided as small saplings and all the trees come with 1.2m tree tubes and stakes.


Applicants are responsible for planting the trees, either themselves or using a contractor. Advice can be given by the Woodland Trust.


Tree packs will be given out at the start of National Tree Week, applicants or a representative, must be able to collect their tree packs from Beaumanor Hall, Woodhouse Eaves on Wednesday 27th November.

To register for your free pack of trees

Please email plant@woodlandtrust.org.uk with your name and contact details, or call on 0330 333 5303 making sure you quote 'Leicestershire County Council trees'.

The deadline for applications for these packs is 31 October 2019.

For all the other schemes please go to the county council website via the link below. The deadline is end January 2020 for these other schemes.


Please note that Parish councils and community groups can apply for free packs from the Woodland Trust direct. » Less

Posted: Fri, 18 Oct 2019 09:55 by Cathy Walsh


A Temporary Traffic Regulation Order (TTRO) is to be made for the following location:

Walcote Road, South Kilworth (see attached plan). The purpose of the TTRO is to allow Severn Trent Water to facilitate new water connection works.

The TTRO will incorporate a temporary road closure.
The duration of the restriction is not anticipated to exceed a period of 3 days commencing on the 4th November 2019.

A Press Release will be issued to confirm these details approximately 2 weeks prior
to the works commencing. More »

Should you require any further information contact Network Management Team, Leicestershire County Council Highways. » Less

Posted: Wed, 16 Oct 2019 16:01 by Cathy Walsh