Sharnford Parish Council

Serving the people of Sharnford

Evergreen Hall

Acting Clerk: Cllr Mike Shirley
1 Holyoak Drive, Sharnford
Leicestershire LE10 3QA

Tel: 07539 994707

  • St. Helen's Church 2019

    St. Helen's Church 2019

  • Evergreen Hall in full bloom

    Evergreen Hall in full bloom

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Latest News

A request to those attending graves

It has become noticeable lately that more and more people attending to graves in St. Helen's Churchyard and Sharnford Cemetery are using glass vases and jars to place flowers in. The problem is that these are getting broken either by the wind blowing them over, or hit by the mower (some are hidden in taller grass), causing a danger to people and wildlife.

Please refrain from using glass and stay safe.

Posted: Sun, 24 May 2020 13:55 by Mike Shirley

Help needed in St. Helen's Churchyard

Are there any fit and able volunteers in the village who would like to assist in the upkeep of the Churchyard?

If two or three, or even more, helpers were available to mow, and tidy the areas the mowers cannot reach, it would only take two to three hours every couple of weeks. It is also good exercise!

Phone Mike Shirley on 07539 994707

Posted: Sun, 24 May 2020 13:46 by Mike Shirley

Councils Opening Waste Sites

Councils working to re-open Waste Sites

Leicestershire County Council are planning to open some of their recycling and household waste sites on Monday 18th May 2020.

The seven County sites are Barwell, Lount, Market Harborough, Melton Mowbray, Mountsorrel, Oadby and Whetstone.

The 7 County sites will be open to County residents only and via a booking system. 7 days a week 9 to 5pm.

Leicester City Council will open its Gypsum Close site for five days a week, starting on Wednesday 20 May. The City Council's other site at Freeman's Common remains closed. More »

Social distancing will be in operation at all sites and plans will also include traffic management arrangements.

There will be restrictions to the type of items (general, green, wood and hardcore waste).

Keep up to date with plans for county waste sites by visiting » Less

Posted: Mon, 11 May 2020 16:14 by Mike Shirley