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Kilby Parish Council

Serving the residents of Foston and Kilby

Clerk: Mrs Julie Whitehouse
30 Forest Road, Loughborough
Leics LE11 3NP

Tel: 01509 734395

Kilby Parish Council serves the residents of Foston and Kilby within the District of Blaby. The Parish has around 100 households and whilst it is one of the smallest parishes in population, by acreage it is one of the largest in the District.

Kilby Parish Council provides your local services and strives to make improvements which will benefit the parish. Our website includes a wealth of information but if you can't find what you need or would like to recommend any improvements to our website then please contact us.

Latest News

Kilby Woodland Trust Lumberjacks' Supper

Fri, 06 Jan 2017 14:40 by Julie Whitehouse

Saturday 4th February at 7.30 pm, Dog and Gun, Kilby

Contact: John Emery jemery3142@aol.com

Kilby Woodland Trust Meeting

Fri, 06 Jan 2017 14:38 by Julie Whitehouse

Meeting on Tuesday 10th January 2017 at 6.40 pm, Dog and Gun, Kilby

Blaby District Council - Treats no Tricks this Halloween

Sun, 30 Oct 2016 10:38 by Julie Whitehouse

The Community Safety Partnership is committed to ensuring that everyone stays safe over the Halloween and bonfire period. Last year saw low levels of anti-social behaviour across Blaby District, with the vast majority of young people enjoying the celebrations responsibly. More »

To ensure the same this year there will be high visibility police patrols at key times and zero tolerance towards any people found to be involved in anti-social behaviour. The BB19 youth bus will be out and about; for more information about where the bus will be visit the BB19 Facebook page.

Posters are available this year to give residents the Halloween of their choice – either welcoming trick or treaters or opting out of festivities altogether. Download your copy of the poster.

To report anti-social behaviour on or around Halloween or Bonfire Night, call Leicestershire Police's non-emergency number 101.

If you have any questions about anti-social behaviour and how this is being tackled, please contact Blaby District Council on 0116 272 7673 or e-mail community.safety@blaby.gov.uk.

With advice for people to look after themselves, their family and their home this during the upcoming festive season, visitwww.celebratesafely.com. » Less