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Woodhouse Parish Council

Serving the people of Woodhouse

Alms House

Clerk: Ann Irving
272 Forest Road, Woodhouse
LE12 8UA

Tel: 01509 890050

  1. Annual Parish Meeting & Exhibition 15 April 2014 at 7.30 with light refreshments- all welcome
  2. Woodhouse Eaves Village Hall - ideal venue for meetings and events - to book it call 01509 890995
  • Image: Playing field

    Playing field

    Cricket & football pitches

  • Image: Woodhouse Eaves Village Hall

    Woodhouse Eaves Village Hall

  • Image: Under 5's Play Area

    Under 5's Play Area

Welcome To Your Council

Woodhouse Parish Council provides local services to local people and visitors. It covers Woodhouse, Woodhouse Eaves and the surrounding farms and isolated dwellings. It is one of the largest in Charnwood by geographical area. It is a popular destination for walkers, cyclists and horse riders. This website contains a lot of information about the area and the council's work. If you cannot find something, please get in touch.

Is your Ash tree infected? Visual guide

Latest News

Village Hall extension - contractor chosen

Fri, 11 Apr 2014 09:30 by Ann Irving

Keller Construction has been selected to build the village hall extension on the recommendation of our project managers, Hallam Read.

Award for volunteer

Sat, 05 Apr 2014 15:00 by Ann Irving

Woodhouse Eaves' Ann Humphreys received a L'boro Echo 'Local Heroes' award on 30 March for alerting parish bus users to times & changes. Ann lobbies the bus companies and the County Council, checks bus times and changes, and then makes sure these appear on bus stops across the parish.

Woodhouse Imperial FC win award

Woodhouse Imperial FC win award

Mon, 10 Feb 2014 15:30 by Tina Britt

We often hear about misbehaving footballers but on 8 February, Woodhouse Imperial FC Reserve team received a certificate for excellent behaviour and a cheque for £100. The Football Association has a Respect project to encourage teams, referees and members of the public to conduct themselves well during matches and to create a fair, safe and enjoyable environment in which the game can take place. The Imps received their award for the best disciplinary record in the North Leicestershire League during the first half of the 2013/14 season. Referees mark up points for bad pitch behaviour; and clubs mark referees – the Imps had the lowest total score of all the clubs in the league. Congratulations to all involved in creating a winning team of players and officials.