Council funds projects to help support vulnerable people
Grants of up to £10,000 have been awarded to 53 groups and organisations
Simple advice can help vulnerable stay well during the hot weather
For further details, please see the NHS heatwave advice
Find out more about our carers' strategy at Leicester City's King Power Stadium
Drop in and see us on Wednesday July 13
New video highlights growing county
Leicestershire’s population is set to grow by 20 per cent over the next few years, highlighting the need for increased planning for the future.
£90 boost available to help thousands of Leicestershire families buy food over the summer holidays
Support is there for some 14,000 families
Don't let Covid-19 spoil your summer - a message to parents
People are being urged to take sensible steps to stay safe with infection rates rising in the county
Council in line for £3 million government funding to boost adult numeracy
Hundreds of free courses will be available over the next three years
Census reveals growing county
Newly-published figures show the county has grown by just over 10 per cent
There's still time to help shape ambitious net zero plans to cut pollution in Leicestershire
People can find out more at a series of upcoming roadshows around the county
Region’s universities sign first-ever agreement to tackle local issues together
Called the Universities Partnership, it has been drawn up by the universities together with a number of local authorities: Leicester City Council, Leicestershire County Council, Oadby and Wigston Borough Council, Rutland County Council, and Charnwood Borough Council.
Road resurfacing brings night closures for Junction 20 of the M1
Work will start at 8pm and will continue until 6am, the exception being on the Friday night when work will start at 10pm.
Award recognises work to promote healthy and sustainable food in Leicestershire
The award recognises the impact of projects helping produce healthy and sustainable food
Extremely tough financial decisions ahead for county council as spiralling inflation bites
“Though no decisions have yet been taken I want to level with people about the frightening financial situation we face.”
Sign up now for free kids’ holiday clubs and meals this summer
Parents and families are being encouraged to sign up for free holiday activity clubs running across Leicestershire over the summer holiday period.
Council turns to nature to clean polluted water collected from Leicestershire’s roads
Water and waste from gullies can be difficult to deal with as it can contain pollutants.
Charnwood Museum’s new Ladybird Books-inspired exhibition looks at changing world of work
The People at Work exhibition runs until 1 October.
New chair appointed to East Midlands Freeport
Nora Senior CBE, has been appointed non-executive chair of the UK's only inland freeport