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- Fire at Croft Quarry – 2013
- Eurokey Fire – 2010
- Archived short videos of local scenes
- Enderby Youth Band with Tom Chaplin 2017
- Enderby Fete 2018
- Townsend Road Project
Fire at Croft Quarry
17th May 2013
Firefighters were called from across Leicestershire to tackle a blaze at a quarry which burnt through the night.
Flames and smoke could be seen for miles around Croft Quarry, between Enderby and Cosby, after the fire took hold at about 19:00 BST on Friday.
At its peak, 50 firefighters battled the burning building bringing it under control by 23:00 and eventually putting it out in the early hours of Saturday.
The cause is being investigated and nobody is reported injured.
Specialist equipment, including a water carrier and aerial platforms were used to fight the fire which is thought to have involved a conveyor into the building.
Surveyors examined the damage later on Saturday 18th May.
2nd May 2010
People in the village were urged to stay indoors and keep doors and windows shut because of the toxic fumes.
The blaze, which was first reported shortly after 1.30pm 2nd May 2010, broke out on the east side of a compound belonging to Euro-Key Recycling in Warren Park Way. The fire started among stacks of plastic outside one of Euro-Key’s three buildings but soon spread to the nearest one – a 15,000sq ft warehouse.
ENDERBY YOUTH BAND
Tom Chaplin & Enderby Youth Band – Quicksand
Tom Chaplin & Enderby Youth Band – The Wave
Townsend Road Project – September 2019
Enderby Mission Church and Enderby Parish Council joined forces to improve a local eyesore by transforming it into a work of art celebrating the history of the village.
View the story here » http://www.enderbyeye.co.uk/from-loo-to-louvre/
Scroll down to view a number of short video clips from around Enderby, originally posted on the Enderby EYE website in its early days – in a section called “EnderbyVID”
Enderby Parish Church – 2007
The New Inn – Uploaded on 13th September 2007
The ‘New Inn’ is on High Street. This view was taken from the junction of Cross Street and High Street. The New Inn with its thatched roof can be seen on the right, as two cars edge past each other on the narrow road outside
Enderby Village Centre – uploaded 12th September 2007
View of Enderby village centre. Junction of Cross Street and Broad Street. On the right, entrance to Somerfield’s Supermarket car park and the Nag’s Head public house.
Cross Street, Enderby, uploaded 12th September 2007
View along Cross Street towards High Street. Dog & Gun public house on the junction of Cross Street with Brook Street.
Cross Street / King Street uploaded 12th September 2007
View along Cross Street, from its junction with King Street/Co-operation Street looking in the direction of High Street. On the right is Enderby Co-op supermarket and on the left, Mercury News Shop (Newsagents).
Enderby Conservative Club uploaded 13th September 2007
The Enderby Conservative Club is situated at the junction of Cross Street and High Street.
Enderby Cricket Club uploaded 13th September 2007
View of a cricket game in progress at Enderby Cricket Club’s ground on Mill Lane, Enderby.
Enderby Library uploaded 13th September 2007
The Library on Townsend Road adjoins the Civic Centre. The entrance is slightly obscured by a high wall which surrounds an adjacent car park. Since this video was taken, the Library has become a volunteer-run Community Library.
Mill Lane / King Street junction uploaded 12th September 2007
View along Mill Lane, from its junction with King Street/Co-operation Street looking towards Bantlam Lane. The ‘Forget-Me-Knot’ gift shop is on the corner and the Hi-Tide fish and chip shop can be spotted a little further down on the right.
Enderby Fete 2018