Clerk: Nancy Denny
Parish Office, 19 Goadby Road
Waltham on the Wolds, Melton
Mowbray, Leics LE14 4AG

  • St Mary Magdalene Church and spire at Waltham on the Wolds

    St Mary Magdalene Church

  • Memorial Green site with three stones and plaques.  The central large stone has a plaque with a general remembrance statement for the fallen. The two smaller stones either side have plaques with a roll call of the parishioners who lost their lives in the

    Waltham on the Wolds Memorial Green

  • A view of the main listed building that forms part of the school complex.

    Waltham C of E Primary School

  • A view through the cemetery to St Mary's Church

    St Mary's Church Thorpe Arnold

  • A view showing the Mill and Church spire as a background with a field of sheep in the foreground

    Waltham Skyline

  • The thatched Royal Horseshoes Pub at the crossroads in the village with the bus shelter in the foreground.

    The Royal Horseshoes Pub

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Latest News

Footpath E25 Upgrade to restricted Byway - Consultation

Posted: Sun, 11 Jul 2021 18:26 by Parish Clerk

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Application to Upgrade Footpath E25 at Thorpe Arnold Melton Mowbray More »

Location Grid Reference: 477100, 320850

Public Rights of Way are recorded on the Definitive Map and Statement which together provide conclusive evidence of the existence of public rights. Leicestershire County Council is responsible for the Definitive Map and Statement for Leicestershire and has a duty to amend it when evidence suggests that it is inaccurate or incomplete. Such amendments are made by Modification Orders made under Section 53 of the Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981.

Leicestershire County Council has received an application for a Definitive Map Modification Order, seeking to upgrade to Restricted Byway, Public Footpath E25 as it runs from Thorpe Arnold to Melton Spinney Road, Melton Mowbrayas shown on attached Plan No. M1253.

Before this application is considered by the County Council, I am undertaking an information gathering exercise and consultations with local Councils, user organisations and interested parties. I would be grateful if you could let me have any comments you wish to put forward on this proposal by Monday 23rd August 2021.

If you have any evidence, either in support or in rebuttal of this application, I should be grateful if you would either email or post it to me. If it is not practicable to do this, please contact me so that appropriate arrangements can be made.

If you require any further information regarding the above matter, please contact me via the above email address or telephone number.

Yours faithfully,

Ellen Senior

Access Officer,

Safe and Sustainable Travel Team

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Have your say on the design of new developments in the Borough

Posted: Thu, 24 Jun 2021 14:49 by Parish Clerk

Melton Borough Council are currently working with Crawshaw Urban Design on a draft Design of Development Supplementary Planning Document (SPD). The consultation on the draft document runs until 22nd July and there are two public consultation events taking place over Zoom. These events have been advertised on the radio, social media and via a press release. More »

Join the zoom meeting on 6th July 6-8pm or 15th July 1-3pm. Details on the attached poster. » Less

Diversion Order for Footpaths E99 and F1, Waltham

Diversion Order for Footpaths E99 and F1, Waltham

Posted: Mon, 14 Jun 2021 12:02 by Parish Clerk

Melton Borough Council have posted notification of a proposed diversion of footpaths E99 and F1 in Waltham. The changes are minor and can be seen as dotted lines on the map attached.

A detailed description of the change can be found in the attached documents. The proposed change are being discussed at the next Council meeting on Thursday 17th June 7pm at the Village Hall.