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Leicestershire County Council Highways has agreed to a Temporary Traffic Regulation Order at the above location.
A road closure is required on Mere Lane, Bittesby on the 23rd May 2022 for 16 weeks.
The Temporary Traffic Regulation Order will be implemented for public safety for Hydrock to undertake construction of S278 works for Magna Park North.
The proposed alternative diversion route will be via:- A5, A4303, Coventry Road, Brookfield Way, Bitteswell Road, Ullesthorpe Road and vice versa. More »
Posted: Tue, 17 May 2022 17:24 by Cathy Walsh
Essential maintenance work to the M1 northbound and southbound carraigway between Junction 19 and Junction 21,
including the exit and entry slip roads at Junction 20.
Due to start on 30th May 2022 and is scheduled for completion by Mid September 2022.
See letter attached for further information.
Posted: Tue, 17 May 2022 08:52 by Cathy Walsh
It is with a degree of sadness that we record the death of Reg Flint, a councillor who faithfully served on Bitteswell with Bittesby Parish Council for upwards of 25 years. I say with a degree of sadness, as he attained the age of 92, and, although physically rather frail towards the end of his life, his brain remained as active as ever.
His Funeral Service at St. Mary's Church, and the wake afterwards at the Grey Goose, went like clockwork as we would expect from someone who knew precisely what he wanted. More »
Reg was tenacious and determined with a brilliant command of the English language, and high expectations. Many a Secretary of State, Member of Parliament, Council Officer or Business Director must have quaked in their boots on receiving one of Reg's missives. A simple acknowledgement would not suffice!
Not many of us would wade through hundreds of pages of planning regulations, but Reg would. His understanding of such matters was astonishing. The decimation of trees in the village was also something which Reg felt strongly about, somewhat perversely as he always requested 'hard' copies of every document.
Under it all, Reg was a devoted family man, very kind hearted and a true gentleman.
We will miss you Reg and extend our sympathy to Pauline and all the family. » Less
Posted: Mon, 09 May 2022 15:48 by Cathy Walsh