Welcome to Braunstone Town Council's website. 
We provide a range of services together with social and recreational facilities. We promote the interests of the town and work in partnership with other public bodies to provide and supplement services within the town area.   

Mission Statement.
We exist to ensure that local services and the environment reach the highest possible standards within the resources available for citizens, visitors and those who work in Braunstone Town; to provide a focus for civic pride; to listen, identify and respond to agreed local needs; and to help develop a strong, secure, self reliant, self confident community, free from unlawful discrimination. "Spectemur. Agendo" translates "Let us be Judged by Our Actions"

  • we need youWE NEED YOUR HELP!!

    Braunstone Town Council has applied for a grant to the Aviva Community Fund for £25,000 towards the Shakespeare Park Pavilion Project.  The public is being asked to vote for their favourite project to get through to the next shortlist stage.  We need as many votes as we can get so that we can to get to this stage.  Voting takes place from 23rd October and a link will be provided here from 22nd October so please get all your friends and family to vote!  The project is to build a new multi-sport pavilion and function room on Shakespeare Park that will provide wonderful new sporting and leisure opportunities in Braunstone Town!

  • Footpath from Watergate Lane to Staplehurst Avenue

     

    Access to Footpath from Watergate Lane to Staplehurst Avenue

    WATERGATE LANE TO STAPLEHURST AVENUE FOOTPATH BECOMES A “RIGHT OF WAY”

    Residents who regularly used the footpath between Watergate Lane and Staplehurst Avenue will recall that during the flood alleviation works in June 2013, access to the footpath was closed and the gate locked by the landowner.
    Following complaints from local residents and users of the footpath who stated they had used the route for well over 20 years, the Town Council formally applied to Leicestershire County Council for a Definitive Map Modification Order; i.e. that the footpath be included as a right of way on the official map of rights of way.
    Therefore many residents will welcome the news that on 7th August 2018, having fully undertaken the legal and technical process and received no objections, Leicestershire County Council made the Order which confirmed this path to be an official “Right of Way” which will result in the path being added to the Definitive Map and will mean that it is shown as green dotted on future Ordinance Survey Maps.

    Thank you to residents who supported the Town Council in making this application by providing evidence of the route’s use as a right of way.   We can continue to enjoy the walk safe in the knowledge that future generations of residents will be able to do the same.

     

  • THE BRAUNSTONE COMMUNITY CASCADE OF POPPIES

    To commemorate the 100th anniversary of the ending of World War One, individuals and groups are joining together to create a Cascade of Poppies.
    Local crafters are creating craft poppies which, when fixed to a mesh, will cascade down an exterior wall at Braunstone Civic Centre. The cascade will then flow out along the ground up to and around the Memorial Stone in the garden at the Centre on Kingsway, Braunstone Town. The community aim to make 14,177 poppies to commemorate each of the Leicestershire men who died as a result of the conflict.
    All types of craft poppies are needed (except card or paper – the display will be outside in November…) and we would welcome anyone to join us, whether you want to make one poppy, a dozen or more, and perhaps to tell us their stories of their relatives who lived during World War One. The group also wants anyone who wishes to donate red knitting wool, fabric or any camouflage type netting to please get in touch. Call 0116 2992192 or email: editor@braunstonelife.co.uk

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    Community Speedwatch  

    We have been alocated to run the scheme at Thorpe Astley from 8/09/2018 - 21/09/2018. If you are a Thorpe Astley resident and are interested in taking active part in Community Speed Watch Scheme please email on anna.gomes-alves@braunstonetowncouncil.org.uk or alternatively call on 0116 2890045. For more information, keep your eye on our dedicated page for further updates.

     

     
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  • Diwali
    Diwali
  • Halloween Disco
    Halloween Disco
  • The Window
    The Window
  • Flower Demonstration
    Flower Demonstration
  • Children's discounted parties
    Children's discounted parties

Customer Services Shop


Braunstone Civic Centre
Kingsway,
Braunstone Town,
Leicester, LE3 2PP
Tel: 0116-2890045
Fax: 0116 2824785
 
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Our Community Centres


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Kingsway, Braunstone Town, Leicester, LE3 2PP.
Tel: 0116-2890045. 
   
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Off Lakin Drive, Thorpe Astley, 
Leicester, LE3 3RU. 
Tel: 0116-2890704

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Business Hours


Customer Service Shop
Mon-Fri: 9am to 5pm   (Closed on Public Holidays) 
Council Tax Payment 
Mon-Thu: 9.00am to 5.00pm  (Closed on Public Holidays)  
Fri: 9.00am to 4.30pm (Closed on Public Holidays)  
Braunstone Town Council Offices
Mon-Fri: 9am to 5pm (Closed on Public Holidays) 
Braunstone Civic Centre
Available for Hirings
Mon-Sat: 9am to 11pm
Sun: 9am to 10:30pm 
Thorpe Astley Community Centre
Available for Hirings 
Mon-Thu: 8am to 11pm 
Fri-Sat: 8am to 12 midnight
Sun: 9am to 10:30pm