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Consultation on waste collection changes opens

A four-week consultation is to be launched on Blaby District Council’s plans to change its refuse and recycling collections from June 2018, following a substantial reduction in funding. £740,000 will be lost from June 2018, including £505,000 in recycling credits

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Enderby Dodgeball celebrates funding boost

The girls’ team of Enderby Junior Dodgeball Club has received a brand new kit, worth £750, from the GFORCE Grassroots Campaign which aims to provide financial support to help sports teams and clubs from across the Midlands achieve their aspirations.

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Report ’empty homes’ during Empty Homes Week 2017

Enderby residents, along with others in Blaby District are being encouraged to report empty homes in their area in a bid to bring them back into use as part of Empty Homes Week. National Empty Homes Week 2017  runs from

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District Council successfully stops another large development

Blaby District Council’s decision to refuse a planning application of up to 200 dwellings in Cosby has been upheld by The Planning Inspectorate and comes just weeks after another appeal was dismissed following the refusal of 170 homes in Countesthorpe. The

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Casepak secures 64,000 tonne recycling contract

Leicester-based recycling and waste management firm, Casepak, who have a collections and processing facility in Enderby, has been awarded a contract by Leicestershire County Council to process up to 64,000 tonnes per annum of dry mixed recyclables.  Leicestershire County Council put the contract to

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