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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

Woodhouse Community


Map of Woodhouse Parish

Roundabout Magazine

Photo: Martin Turner RIP

The Woodhouse Villages

Sport in the parish

The Woodhouse Eaves Cricket Club, Tennis Club and Football Club all meet on the King George's Field - 5 acres of land in the centre of the village, below the children's play area. There is a sports pavilion, 2 tennis courts, a multi-use games court, a football pitch and a cricket pitch.
Cricket Peter Ince 01509 890901
Football Les Pole 01509 890 038
Tennis Peter Cole 01509 890 065

Classes & Groups in the Parish

Local cinema screenings

There are film shows in Woodhouse Eaves village hall - see our What's On web calendar and copies of Roundabout magazine.

Police, Neighbourhood Watch, Traffic & Highways

HGVs - weight restriction enforcement
If you see a heavy goods vehicle on any of our roads that you think ought not to be there you can report it to the parish council via the Clerk who will keep records to help police to identify persistent offenders or particular roads. The reports should include date, time, road, direction of travel, and identity of HGV e.g. name, registration number. Reports can still be sent directly to police using either the 101 telephone service or by email to weight.restricted@leicestershire.police.pnn.uk but officers might not be available to follow it up.

Community Services

Library services
Mobile library visits third Friday of month. You can join online & download e-books and other items. 2017 dates are:
17 Mar; 21 Apr; 19 May; 16 Jun; 21 Jul
18 Aug; 15 Sep; 20 Oct; 17 Nov; 15 Dec
Woodhouse Eaves Perry Close 11.10 11.30
Woodhouse Eaves Windmill Rise 11.35 11.55
Woodhouse Eaves Main Street/ Rawlins Close 12.00 12.30
Woodhouse Eaves Brand Lane 12.35 12.50
Woodhouse Briscoe Lane 13.35 13.50

Young People

Bus Travel

Local Newspapers & magazines

Local Broadband

Some years ago a group of local enthusiasts established the first local wi-fi broadband service to residents in Woodhouse Eaves and Woodhouse. As BT and others followed, the group disbanded but has now re-started as part of a county-wide plan to increase broadband speeds. The link below takes you to their new website where you can test your own broadband speed.