HRH Prince Philip
Duke of Edinburgh
10 June 1921 - 9 April 2021
We are all deeply saddened to hear that HRH Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh passed away on the morning of 9 April 2021 at Windsor Castle. The Duke supported his country over many decades with the upmost dedication and distinction.
He was a much-loved member of our monarchy and will be sorely missed.
The Chairman of Kibworth Harcourt Parish Council, elected members and staff would like to extend our sincere sympathy to his wife, Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and all members of the Royal family at this truly upsetting time.
As a mark of respect, during the mourning period, the flag at Jubilee Green on Main Street will fly at half-mast.
Further announcements will be made by the Royal Family in due course www.royal.uk.
A virtual book of condolence is available for people to sign at https://www.leicestershire.gov.uk/book-of-condolence
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Following the sad death of HRH the Duke of Edinburgh on 9th April and out of respect for the whole Royal family, the union flag in Jubilee Green was lowered to half mast.
Posted: Sun, 11 Apr 2021 09:41 by Kevin
Harborough District Council has completed a Community Governance Review under the Local Government and Public Involvement in Health Act 2007. A Community Governance Review every six or seven years enables them to look at and make changes where necessary to local parish governance arrangements.
The proposals by Kibworth Beauchamp and Kibworth Harcourt Parish Councils that all properties on Barnards Way, Longbreach Road and Bush Road should be located in Kibworth Harcourt parish. i.e. whole of Kibworth Meadows estate north of the railway line, has been approved. It is due to take effect in May 2023 when the net elections for parish councillors is due to take place.
Posted: Fri, 05 Feb 2021 17:53 by Kevin
We are experiencing an increase in dog theft reports and are asking the public to be wary of this new wave of crime across the county.
The demand for puppies has increased as people have been working from home and other social distractions are limited. This demand has created a surge in puppy thefts, as the price of dogs has almost doubled in some cases.
We want people to help to spread this safety message to prevent much loved pets being targeted by criminals. More »
The attached pdf document gives a great deal of advice. » Less
Posted: Wed, 23 Dec 2020 14:24 by Kevin