Leicestershire County Council informs us that the temporary road closure on Smith Way has been delayed due to unforeseen circumstances on Saturday 19th May 2018. New arrangements will will be issued as soon as the revised information is received.
Leicestershire County Council Highways has agreed to a Temporary Traffic Regulation Order on Smith Way, Enderby.
A temporary road closure is required between the junction of Leicester Lane for approximately 100 metres along Smith Way, Enderby.
The closure will take effect at 19.30 hours on Saturday 19th May 2018 until midnight Sunday 20th May 2018.
The Temporary Traffic Regulation Order will be implemented for public
safety for North Midland Construction contractors to carry out carriageway
The proposed alternative diversion route will be via:-
Narborough Road South,
Smith Way, Enderby and vice versa.
Leicestershire County Council apologises for any inconvenience caused
during these works.
Annette was reported missing from the Narborough area at the weekend and officers are urging the public to report any sightings and help locate her.
The 56-year-old is missing from an address in The Rise and was last seen at 9.40am (Saturday) in Russell Court, Aylestone, but it isn’t known how she travelled between the two locations. Officers are growing increasingly concerned for her welfare.
Hours later she was captured on CCTV at Nottingham train station.
Annette is reliant on medication and has mental health problems.
When she was last seen Annette was wearing a black bandana, a dark, possibly black jacket and grey or blue three-quarter length leggings, with grey or blue trainers. She was carrying a blue suitcase.
She has short hair which has been described as being in ringlets, Annette is of medium build and is 5ft 6ins tall.
If you see anyone matching Annette’s description, please call 101 quoting incident number 42 of 12 May.
The Enderby Band Organisation has announced that it has reluctantly accepted the resignation of their Musical Director, Simon Gresswell.
On the Band’s website, the Organisation says Simon brought a wealth of playing experience with him and the Band have taken on board his comments and assistance and have reaped the benefits on the contest stage, becoming Shirebrook Entertainment Contest Triple Champions along with two other wins at Wood Farm and more recently at Wychavon Festival of Brass.
At Wychavon the band were also awarded the prize for playing the most entertaining programme in not only the first section, but also the Championship Section.
There have been other podium successes, but the most memorable being qualification to the National Finals in September this year.
Simon also conducted the band at some extremely prestigious concerts at Curve and De Montfort Hall.
A Band spokesperson said: “Enderby Band would like to place on record their gratitude to Simon for his meticulous concert and contest preparation, and pay tribute to his extensive playing experiences which he translated into his conducting, encouraging and inspiring the Band to flourish and grow under his guidance.