2015 press releases

  • Football pitches secured for community use

    Published Wednesday, 25 February 2015

    The all-weather and grass pitches at the former Greene King Stadium in Leicester Road Hinckley have been secured for community use thanks to a winning bid from a consortium led by Steve and Joy Jelfs.

  • Station Road set to get a face lift

    Published Thursday, 12 February 2015

    Hinckley’s Station Road is set to get a face lift this summer after the council’s executive approved £380,000 of improvement works designed to improve pedestrian links between Castle Street and The Crescent, the new multi-million pound retail and cinema development currently under construction in Hinckley Town Centre.

  • Atkins now has a Spanish Flavour

    Published Thursday, 12 February 2015

    The Mayor and Mayoress of the borough visited the Atkins Building this week to welcome its new café operators and sample some of the Spanish flavoured menu.

  • Briefing session for election candidates

    Published Tuesday, 10 February 2015

    WITH elections to the Borough Council due to take place this spring, a special briefing session has been organised for anyone who is considering standing as a candidate, or acting as an agent.

  • New homes boost for Newbold

    Published Tuesday, 10 February 2015

    NEWBOLD VERDON families in need of housing will be able to benefit from four brand new houses that have just been bought by Hinckley and Bosworth Borough Council.

  • Hinckley man prosecuted for fly tipping

    Published Thursday, 05 February 2015

    A HINCKLEY man was paid to remove waste from a house in town and then dumped the rubbish on a bridle path near Upton - Leicester magistrates were told last week (30 January 2015).

  • New strategy to encourage healthier lifestyles

    Published Wednesday, 04 February 2015

    A NEW strategy aimed at encouraging and helping Hinckley and Bosworth residents to adopt a healthier lifestyle has just been launched.

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