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

Issues with Development behind 38-48 High Street, Waltham

The entrance to the development site 38 to 48 High Street Waltham

Posted: Thu, 03 Dec 2020 18:18 by Parish Clerk

The Parish Council is aware of a number of ongoing issues with this development, in particular the state of the road and pathway immediately in front of the access to the site.

The Council has raised these concerns and those identified by the local community as a matter of urgency with the appropriate agencies and is in constant dialogue with the regulatory authorities in an attempt to address these pressing issues. More »

The Council will keep Parishioners informed of any developments as soon as they occur via the website, Facebook site and on the Parish noticeboard.

Geoff Hulland

Chairman

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SAVE LIVES - SLOW DOWN

Posted: Thu, 03 Dec 2020 14:47 by Parish Clerk

Please find here information on how our roads are being made safer:

Save Lives - Slow Down.

We all want to arrive safely at our destination. By slowing down we make our roads safer for our children, families and friends. Research shows that a 5% cut in average speed can result in a 30% reduction in the number of fatal road traffic crashes. More »

In response to concerns raised to us by you and local residents, through Neighbourhood Link Surveys, Social Media and Face to Face Interaction we have completed the following speed enforcement in November at the following locations, see the results below:

A606 Ab Kettleby. 1 visit, 100 minutes = 11 offences.

A606 Nottingham Road, Melton Mowbray. 2 visits, 207 minutes = 9 offences.

A607 Melton Road, Waltham on the Wolds. 1 visit, 109 minutes = 2 offences.

A607 Norman Way, Melton Mowbray. 1 visit, 120 minutes = 0 offences.

Think the police should have better things to do than pick on speeders?

Everyday 5 people are killed on UK roads.

We think that's well worth our attention.

Excessive speed is identified as one of the 'Fatal Four' main causes of collisions resulting in fatal or serious injury.

The careless and dangerous actions of one motorist can have devastating effects on the lives of others.

We're urging motorists to travel within the speed limit, pay attention and take care at all times and to ensure their vehicles are in good condition and winter-ready before heading out on to the roads.

#YouSaidWeDid
#SlowDownSaveLives

Thank you,
Jake

Message Sent By
Jake Spruce (Police, PCSO, Melton and Rutland NPA)

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WOTWATA Biodiversity Group - First meeting on 24th November

WOTWATA Biodiversity Group - First meeting on 24th November

Posted: Thu, 19 Nov 2020 09:05 by Parish Clerk

The first meeting for the WOTWATA Biodiversity Group is coming up! We will meet online on Tuesday 24 November at 6.30 PM on Skype. To join, please click on this link: https://join.skype.com/hwkXhIgFs3bM. You do not need a Skype account. More »

On the agenda
- Who is who at this meeting
- Short introduction
- Your ideas
- Wildflower project
- Any questions

Hope to see you online! If you join, please send an email to Councillor Estelle Slegers - eslegers@wotwatapc.org.uk - so we know you are coming. » Less