Cycle Revolution comes to Pavilion

A brand new set of indoor cycling classes are now available at the Pavilion Leisure Centre in Huncote.

Popularly known across the UK as “Spinning,” Cycling Revolution will be a mixture of moderate and high intensity training.

Each session will be a high energy class with great music and motivating instructors riding a varied mixture of flats, hills and sprints while burning the calories all the way. Cycle Revolution is suitable for all ability levels.

Councillor Sheila Scott, Portfolio Holder for Health and Leisure Services, said:

“This is a really exciting new class for the Pavilion.

“These classes have proved extremely popular across the country so we’re delighted to offer them to our customers.”

The classes will be available on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturdays, with session times ranging from 7:00am to 6:45pm.

All classes are included in a Pavilion membership, at just £26 per month, which includes all other group exercise classes and full use of the gym at any time.

Individual Cycle Revolution sessions cost £5 each.

During January and February joining the Pavilion is HALF PRICE, at just £10.

For more information or to become a member call 0116 275 0246.

To see more about the classes and equipment on offer, visit, where you can also book sessions and courts.

[Source (inc. photo): Blaby District Council Communications]
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Officers searching for missing man recover a body

Updated 19/1/17 at 6:31 p.m.

Officers searching for missing man David Noakes have recovered a body.

The body was found in water in Jubilee Park, Enderby, earlier this afternoon.

Formal identification has not yet taken place but the body is believed to be that of Mr Noakes.

Police would like to thank all those who have shared their appeal.

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Search continues for missing Enderby pensioner David Noakes

Updated: 19/01/17  15.00hrs

Police say they remain “very concerned” about missing Enderby man, David Noakes.

Searching continues and water searches are today (19 January) being carried out in the River Soar at Enderby in the search for Mr. Noakes.

The 78-year-old was last seen by his family at 10.25am on Tuesday 17 January in Trinity Road, Enderby.

He has not been seen since.

His disappearance is incredibly out of character.

He has not been missing before and his family describe him as being vulnerable and confused.

David was last seen wearing a green fleece jumper with three buttons and a collar and grey/green cargo style trousers. He is around 5ft 8ins tall of slim build with grey hair.

He is known to frequent the Jubilee Park area. Searches have been made in and around the Park area, and the search continues today.

Please check outbuildings and sheds in rear gardens – David may have taken shelter there.

If you have seen him or think you may know where he is contact the police on 101 and quote incident 428 of January 17

[Source: Leicestershire Police | Photos: Leics Police / Watersafe UK SART]
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Public Spaces Protection Order success in Countesthorpe

A Public Spaces Protection Order (PSPO) introduced in Countesthorpe has proved a success and has been part of a reduction in anti-social behaviour.

The order came into force on 15 July 2016 for a period of six months, and was brought in to reduce the rising number of anti-social behaviour incidents reported to Leicestershire Police and Blaby District Council.

A multi-agency partnership operated during the PSPO, which included increased police patrols in the area and activities including sports sessions, boxing taster sessions, street based youth work and the BB19 Youth Bus.

Beat Officers noted a significant reduction in ASB incidents during the six-month period, including over the Halloween/Bonfire night period.

The positive impact of the order led to just four incidents being reported during the whole of November.

Councillor Iain Hewson, Portfolio Holder for Community Services, said:

“The PSPO was a measure which the multi-agency partnership felt necessary to make sure local residents felt safe in their village.

“Thanks to the Community Services team and Leicestershire Police the last six months have been a success for both authorities and residents of Countesthorpe.

“We know that the vast majority of young people are impeccably behaved, and the order ensured we were able to deal with those who were tarnishing the reputation of Countesthorpe youngsters.”

Inspector Dan Eveleigh, Neighbourhood Policing Area Commander for Hinckley and Blaby, said:

“This order has enabled us to reduce incidents involving a very small minority of young adults causing anti-social behaviour in Countesthorpe.

“We would especially like to thank the vast majority of young people who have followed the PSPO while it has been in place, and enjoyed spending time with friends outdoors without causing any disruption to the local residents.”

Leicestershire’s Police and Crime Commissioner Lord Willy Bach said:

“The multi-agency approach to addressing anti-social behaviour problems in the area has clearly been effective, and part of that approach was the introduction of the PSPO.

“On behalf of local residents I’m pleased to see the significant reduction in incidents and hope that sustainable solutions are now in place as we move forward.”

Residents of the district who want to report any incidents of anti-social behaviour can contact the police non-emergency number on 101.

Anonymous reports can also be made to Blaby District Council via 0116 272 7677 or

[Source: Blaby District Council Communications]
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Enderby becomes first Dementia Friendly surgery

Enderby Medical Centre has become the first in the area to pledge to become more accessible to people with dementia.

The Centre has become a supporter of the Blaby District Dementia Action Alliance, which aims to create a district with dementia friendly residents and buildings.

Staff at the medical centre attended a ‘Dementia Friends’ information session, learning about dementia and how they can become a community and environment that takes into account the needs of those living with dementia.

Changes to make a business or organisation more dementia friendly include replacing dark coloured mats in reception areas, improving access and signage and being aware of how noises can affect different individuals.

Councillor Sheila Scott, Portfolio Holder for Health and Leisure Services, said:

“We’re delighted that Enderby has volunteered to become a dementia friendly community.

“It only takes small changes to make a huge difference to people’s lives.

“We hope this is the first of many surgeries in the district to become a Dementia Friend and encourage all businesses to sign up to the community.”

To register interest in becoming a dementia friend e-mail or call 0116 272 7703.

Further information can be found at

[Source: Blaby District Council Communications]
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