Mowsley Parish Meeting

Serving the people of Mowsley

Chairman: Roslyn Ousey
The Paddocks, Main Street
Mowsley, Lutterworth, Leics
LE17 6NU

Tel: 0116 240 2770

Latest News

Latest Neighbourhood Watch News Item

Appeal after report of assault and criminal damage

Issued on 27/11/18 at 10:13 a.m.

Incident number: 326 of 24 November

Officers are investigating a report of assault and criminal damage which is reported to have happened over the weekend.

Shortly before 1.50pm on Saturday (24 November), a woman contacted police about an assault which is alleged to have happened in a field off Saddington Road in Mowsley.... Read More »

Posted: Wed, 28 Nov 2018 08:53 by Linda Scott

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Latest news from Neighbourhood Watch

Youth charged following Market Harborough incident

A 17-year-old from Leicester, who can't be named for legal reasons, has been charged following an incident in Market Harborough.

He was charged with possession of a bladed article, criminal damage, public order, assaulting a police officer and racially aggravated public order.

The youth is due to appear at Youth Court on 26 October.

He was charged following... Read More »

Posted: Sat, 13 Oct 2018 08:57 by Linda Scott

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Charitable Giving

Two events held in the village this summer have raised nearly £1000 for local charities.

Firstly Open Farm Sunday at Brabazon Farm Saddington Road, run by Paul and Jackie Haines, raised £450 from a collection on the day and donations. The money was for to Air Ambulance which operates in Leicestershire and other local counties.

On June 26th a Tea and Cake afternoon in aid of Marie Curie: care... Read More »

Posted: Mon, 02 Jul 2018 18:54 by Roslyn Ousey

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Mowsley Heritage Item

Mowsley Heritage Item

A regular contribution from John Lacey, our heritage warden, on various aspects of Mowsley Parish.

Posted: Sat, 30 Dec 2017 12:14 by Roslyn Ousey

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Launch of Lottery in Harborough

Lottery Launch

Harborough lottery is a new exciting lottery that is launching in the New Year to support Good Causes in the Harborough District.

Harborough Lottery will be a fun and effective way for a good cause to raise funds. Joining is easy and FREE.

The Good causes will receive 50% of all ticket sales from supporters that sign up for their causand funds will be transferred into their bank account... Read More »

Posted: Thu, 07 Dec 2017 12:47 by Linda Scott

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CCNWA Harborough Facebook Group

Why not keep up to date with Harborough District Police and Council News by joining CCNWA Harborough Facebook Group?

https://www.facebook.com/groups/HarboroughNeighbourhoodWatchCCNWA/

Posted: Tue, 05 Dec 2017 16:27 by Linda Scott

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Shearsby Crossroads Meeting

This evening Roslyn Ousey (Parish Chair) and John Thorpe (Planning Committee) attended a Crossroads Meeting at Shearsby Village Hall by kind invitation of Shearsby Parish Council.

Leicestershire County Council Highways representatives were at the meeting plus Blake Pain(County Councillor) Neville Hall (Shearsby District Councillor) representatives from Bruntingthorpe Proving Ground, Walcon and the local... Read More »

Posted: Thu, 02 Nov 2017 21:33 by Roslyn Ousey

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Mowsley Open Garden Raised in Excess of £400

We are pleased to say that, in spite of the rain, the open garden at Greenfields raised £245.50 for the NGS and £192.05 for our Lady of Victories in Market Harborough.

Janet would like to express her sincere thanks to the villagers who donated cakes, took admission money and made numerous cups of tea. Janet says "I am extremely grateful for the help I received on the day and the words of... Read More »

Posted: Sat, 01 Jul 2017 16:32 by Linda Scott

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Wheelie Bin Stickers

Wheelie Bin Stickers
Smartwheelie produce a range of speed awareness wheelie bin stickers. We are a main supplier to parish councils, residential groups and some local constabularies.Wheelie bin stickers are an effective and cost effective way of reminding drivers to slow down and stick to the speed limit. Especially in 30mph residential areas.
These stickers are classed as temporary signs and the visual impact is increased... Read More »

Posted: Wed, 01 Mar 2017 15:12 by Linda Scott

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