Measham Parish Council

Serving the people of Measham

Clerk: Dawn Roach
c/o Measham Leisure Centre
off High Street, Measham
Derbyshire DE12 7HR

Tel: 01530 589583

  • Remembrance Bench

    Remembrance Bench

  • Redbank Corner

    Redbank Corner

  • War Memorial

    War Memorial

    War Memorial on Bosworth Road

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Latest News

Christmas Lights Installation

Christmas Lights Installation

Posted: Fri, 30 Nov 2018 11:54 by Dawn Roache

The Christmas lights are being installed over the next few days. Please be patient if there are traffic delays in the High Street whilst they are being put up.

The Christmas@Measham event will start at 5.30pm on Thursday 6th December at St Laurence Church. For more information, go to their Facebook Page.



Posted: Tue, 27 Nov 2018 09:28 by Dawn Roache

Leicestershire County Council Highways has agreed to a Temporary Road Closure and Temporary Prohibition or Waiting at Any Time on Thursday 6th December for the village Christmas light switch on.

The temporary road closure is required on High Street, Measham from the junction with Leicester Road to the junction with Bosworth Road and on Queen Street, from approximately 50m from the junction with High Street to the end. Access will be available for residents on Queen Street vial Leicester Road and High Street. More »

There will be a Prohibition of Waiting at Any Time in the parking bays on High Street between Leicester Road and Queen Street and in the parking bays on Queen Street.

During the closure, the alternative diversion route will be via:- Atherstone Road, Gallows Lane and Leicester Road


Leics Highways Tel: 0116 305 0001 » Less

Keep Safe!

Posted: Tue, 20 Nov 2018 14:24 by Dawn Roache

As the frantic nature of Black Friday and Christmas shopping rapidly approaches, festive shoppers are reminded that "keep safe places" are available in busy retail areas across Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland.

With darker nights now upon us as well, Leicestershire County Council is reminding residents a number of venues are available for anyone who feels overwhelmed, vulnerable, scared or distressed. More »

Stickers can be seen at the front of "keep safe places" (see photo attached) which include libraries and shops that have signed up to the scheme.

Staff of participating Keep Safe Places can offer basic support, including a place to sit down. They can also contact friends or relatives if necessary – or the emergency services if needed.

The initiative was developed by the county council in partnership with the police, city and district / borough councils, local community partnerships and Age UK Leicester Shire & Rutland.

Council offices, police stations and libraries also provide Keep Safe cards which show the details of who to contact in an emergency, or medical assistance that may be needed.

Keep Safe Place users also have the option of being referred to First Contact, a multi-agency initiative that checks if people would benefit from a host of services and advice such as getting the right benefits, smoke alarms, help with their finances or support for carers.

To find your nearest Keep Safe Place or find out where to get a Keep Safe Card, look out for a window sticker/poster or visit » Less