Sharnford Parish Council

Serving the people of Sharnford

Evergreen Hall

Clerk: Tracey Avis
Red Roofs, Chapel Lane
Sharnford, Leicestershire
LE10 3PE

Tel: 07754684232

  • St. Helen's Church 2019

    St. Helen's Church 2019

  • Evergreen Hall in full bloom

    Evergreen Hall in full bloom

  • Fitness Training on Poors Meadow

    Fitness Training on Poors Meadow

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Latest News

Health Statistics from Stoney Stanton Surgery

A request to Doctors at Stoney Stanton Surgery has provided the following statistics:

For more information contact Public Health England as they keep all the records and activities with regards to health in and around the area and will be able to compare our figures against other areas.

Posted: Sat, 12 Oct 2019 10:17 by Mike Shirley

Raiders Ram Car into Sharnford Post Office to steal safe

Raiders Ram Car into Sharnford Post Office to steal safe

Raiders used a car to ram their way into a village post office to steal its safe this morning.

The shop, in Leicester Road, Sharnford, near Hinckley, was targeted shortly before 4am.

The intruders used the car to smash the shop's front door.

In a statement this afternoon, Leicestershire Police said: "Officers were called at around 3.50am today to a report of a burglary at the premises in Leicester Road. More »

"Burglars drove a vehicle into the front door of the property and after gaining entry made off in the vehicle."

The safe, which was later found submerged in the river at nearby Kirkby Mallory, contained an undisclosed amount of cash.

Detective Constable Kerry Willden, who is leading the investigation, said: "Inquiries are being carried out to find those responsible and I would urge anyone who has any information to please get in touch.

"Perhaps you saw a vehicle in the area at the time which may be linked to this incident? Or maybe you saw a vehicle leaving the scene at speed or saw which direction it went? » Less

Posted: Wed, 21 Aug 2019 03:50 by Mike Shirley

Sharnford Traffic Action Group (STAG) - 6 Month figures

Sharnford Traffic Action Group (STAG) - 6 Month figures

Mobile Vehicle Activated Sign Results 2019

Between 24 December 2018 and 23 June 2019 (26 weeks), the Mobile Vehicle Activated Sign (MVAS) has recorded a total of 258,418 vehicles on Aston Lane, travelling in both directions. The maximum permitted speed is 30mph.

The following information has been recorded:

Total Vehicles recorded: 258,418

Over 30mph: 143,550

Over 60mph: 277

Maximum Speed: 72mph

Over 55% of vehicles breaking the speed limit with 1 in 10 travelling at over 40mph. More »

Potential fines would exceed £29 million with 277 receiving a 56-day ban.

Recorded accidents on Aston Lane – 5

All 4 cars ended in the ditch at side of road with 2 overturned onto their roofs. No recorded injuries. » Less

Posted: Sat, 29 Jun 2019 12:17 by Mike Shirley