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New Lubbesthorpe

Urgent public meeting regarding Lubbesthorpe New Town

The 2nd outline planning application for the new town of 4,250 houses at Lubbesthorpe (between Leicester Forest East and Enderby) is due to commence next week.


Sunday, 20 May 2012Update – Urgent Meeting



(at the end of Kings Drive next to the park).

This is a public meeting held by LFE RAG and all are welcome to attend.



Our successful “Time Is Running Out” campaign during the consultation period for last years original outline planning application contributed towards an incredible 1411 objections.
The number of the objections alongside the quality contained within has led to a 9 month delay for the second consultation period.

It is absolutely paramount that we carry out a similar campaign.

We shall also be providing other updates and information with regards to this proposed development.

Please can everyone forward this message to another five people who would be opposed to this development.

If you would like to be on our mailing list please send an email to lfe.rag@live.co.uk. If you were on our previous mailing list, please note that we have changed our email account and thus have deleted a number of addresses – so please email us so that we can add you.

Contact: lfe.rag@live.co.uk
Website: http://www.lfe-rag.blogspot.co.uk/
Old Website (not being updated): http://www.leicesterforesteast-residentsactiongroup.co.uk/

New Lubbesthorpe

Enderby Heritage Group Meeting

The next meeting of Enderby Heritage Group is due to take place on Monday 21st November, when the focus  of the meeting will be a presentation by Trevor Parr, entitled “My House”.

The meeting starts at 7.30pm the Civic Centre, Enderby (use the King St entrance). Tea, coffee & biscuits will be provided


Enderby Heritage Group May Meeting

The Next Meeting of the Enderby Heritage Group will be held on Monday 16th May when the topic will be “The Enderby Village Tree. Are you connected?”

Elizabeth York will give a talk – and baptism, marriage and death records from the Parish and United Reformed Churches will be available.

Set up in 1999 the Enderby Heritage  Group consists of mostly local people with an interest in Enderby.

However, the group welcome any interest from anywhere around the world.

The group has recently re-launched its website at www.enderbyheritage.org.uk, giving easier access to information and photographs.  Interested persons may use the website to download and search through the census details from 1841 to 1911.

There are no fees or forms – just contact the group by letter or e-mail. (Those attending meetings are asked to contribute a notional £2 per person, helping towards covering costs.)

Group meetings are held at 7.30pm in the Civic Centre on King Street (adjoined to the Library). Everyone is welcome to come along.

The Enderby Heritage Group website may be viewed here


Cross Street circa 1900 - Photo: Enderby Heritage Group website