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Woodhouse Parish Council

Serving the people of Woodhouse & Woodhouse Eaves


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

Tel: 01509 890050

  • Image: Woodhouse Eaves Village Hall

    Woodhouse Eaves Village Hall

    Built in 1887 & extended to add stage. Car park adjacent.

  • Image: Under 5's Play Area

    Under 5's Play Area

    Children's play area also has swings, monkey bars and a trim trail for older children.

  • Image: New community building 2015

    New community building 2015

    The new building can seat 60 and has tables, chairs, a full kitchen and 4 toilets.

  • Image: Playing field

    Playing field

    Cricket & football pitches; tennis courts; play areas

  • Image: Playing field

    Playing field

    Football and Cricket played here

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. The development of our villages are partly bound up with the 'big house' Beaumanor, whose workers were housed in Woodhouse and later in Woodhouse Eaves. This website contains a lot of information about the area and the council's work. If you cannot find something, please get in touch.

Latest News

The Viceroy's House film show

The Viceroy's House film show

Wed, 17 Jan 2018 10:14 by Ann Irving

Banish those winter blues with a trip to your village cinema next Wednesday to see this colourful film set in Lord Mountbatten's time in India. Starts at 7.30 in Woodhouse Eaevs village hall, lasts 1.75 hours, tickets £4 on the door or from newsagent, includes light refreshments.

Clearing snow

Tue, 16 Jan 2018 19:10 by Ann Irving

Is it illegal to clear snow and ice from a public path or pavement? No. You have a legal duty to make access to your property safe. It's unlikely that you'll be sued or held responsible if someone is injured on a path or a pavement if snow has been cleared carefully. Clear it when fresh - then spread grit thinly. Grit bins are for roads and pavements not your private drive. . Please help senior citizens by helping to make walking safe.

New Year's Eve dance

Fri, 29 Dec 2017 16:22 by Ann Irving

Mark Wilde's 'Rip the Sky' band will bring in the new year. Tickets £10 from the newsagent, village hall or pharmacy. Bring your own drinks, food and glasses. Further details from Mark on 0775 701 0982 or markwilde8@gemail.com