News published March 2023
Town set to celebrate St Georges DayPublished 31 March 2023
Final preparations are now underway to celebrate St George's Day with a special programme of traditional entertainment in Hinckley town centre.
New Guide will help Event Organisers go GreenerPublished 29 March 2023
Events held across the borough will be made even greener and more eco-friendly, thanks to the borough council’s new guide and commitment to making events sustainable.
Easter arrangements 2023Published 29 March 2023
THE following opening times during the Easter period have been announced by the Borough Council, together with the arrangements that have been made for various council services:
Play takes inspiration from Brame’s Famous NovelPublished 29 March 2023
An exciting new play taking inspiration from Hinckley novelist Charlotte Brame’s most famous work, Dora Thorn, will be performed in Hinckley as part of a weekend to celebrate St George’s Day festivities.
Statement: Update on the Klondyke site, Newtown Linford Lane, GrobyPublished 17 March 2023
The council is continuing to pursue planning enforcement action at the Klondyke site in Groby with regard to unauthorised occupation and engineering operations at the site.
New Planning Team heralds a speedier servicePublished 16 March 2023
Residents of Hinckley and Bosworth are benefiting from a speedier planning application process after a new director and head of planning have joined the council’s planning department.
Borough hosts annual rural conference - 13 March 2023Published 13 March 2023
The annual Rural Conference, organised by Hinckley & Bosworth Borough Council (HBBC), was recently held at Twycross Zoo, attracting delegates from across the borough.
Reminder to renew garden waste collection servicePublished 13 March 2023
Green-fingered residents are reminded that they will need to renew their subscription to the garden waste collection service by 31 May.
Bin collections suspendedPublished 09 March 2023
Due to current weather conditions the Waste Teams have had to suspend bin collections for the moment.
Coronation Fund launched to support local community groupsPublished 08 March 2023
To mark the Coronation of King Charles III, the Borough Council in partnership with the Rural Community Council, who co-ordinates the voluntary and community sector work across the borough is launching a new fund to help community groups to celebrate and commemorate this historic occasion.