Adult learning courses 20% discount now extended to end of February
The discount is applied to all fee-paying courses for anyone who enrols by 28 February, on top of the 70% reduced fee, which is available to learners on certain benefits (e.g. Universal Credit, JSA, etc.) and for those on a low household income.
Campaign to tackle high levels of male suicide in city and county
Leicester City legend Steve Walsh is backing the drive to get men talking about their mental health
Have your say on proposals to change the way Leicestershire deals with its waste and recycling
A consultation is running until April 25
Schoolchildren celebrate Loughborough Market and Fair anniversary through display
Charnwood Primary schoolchildren have taken part in the exhibition to mark the 800th anniversary
Charnwood Museum launches children’s writing competition
The museum is currently hosting an exhibition based on Judith Kerr’s children’s book, ‘The Tiger Who Came to Tea’ .Now, the museum is calling on young writers to write their own short stories inspired by the exhibition
New interactive map allows people to suggest their ideas to improve cycling and walking routes
Have your say on plans to improve the cycling and walking networks around Loughborough and Shepshed and the south of Leicester area
Safety schemes planned to tackle speeding on Leicestershire roads
The projects will be paid for from a £1.4 million fund made available to county councillors
There's still time to help shape a new strategy to keep people in Leicestershire healthy
A consultation ends on January 23
Deadline approaches for people to have their say on council budget proposals
A public consultation ends on January 16
Help make Leicestershire greener by becoming a tree warden
As the county council steps up its plans to increase tree cover across Leicestershire, a call has gone out for more people to join the tree warden scheme.
Families urged to follow Covid-19 advice as schools return for new term
Infection rates in Leicestershire have hit record levels and following guidance will help keep schools open
Omicron impact: Residents asked to check website for latest service information
The council is carefully planning to limit the impact of inevitable staff shortages
Hampers to help families in need over the holiday season
Each hamper contained festive fare along with staple foods, recipe cards, craft activity packs, toys and a book for each child.
People urged to get the Covid vaccine urgently as hospital admissions soar
People in Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland who are due for a Covid vaccine are being urged to have it as a matter of urgency, as the number of people with Covid in Leicester’s hospitals has doubled since Christmas Day.
Tens of thousands more Covid vaccination jabs available over Christmas and up to New Year
“We are stepping things up."
Could you provide a loving home for primary school-aged children needing long term foster families?
There are now 126 children aged five to nine in care in Leicestershire - up by 15 per cent since 2018.
Cash boost for care workers facing a challenging winter
The payment is to recognise the loyalty of the adult social care workforce across Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland