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Billesdon's Parish Council serves the interests of the parish and village by working to ensure that Billesdon remains an attractive and desirable place for residents and visitors alike. Our website includes information about how Council conducts business, as well as information about the Clubs, Societies, Organisations, events and local plans in the village (see 'Village Information').

All Parish Council meetings are open to the public and contributions are actively invited from residents during the 'Public Forum' that starts proceedings in each meeting.

Please browse this website but, if you can't find the information you require, then contact Stephen Butt, the Parish Clerk.

If you would like to help create a new entry, or update an existing entry, please contact the editor of 'Village Information': Ian Bowler (bowler.ian1@gmail.com).

Latest News

Parish Council Meeting - New Date

Thu, 15 Mar 2018 07:49 by Stephen Butt

The meetings of Billesdon Parish Council and the Billesdon & Rolleston Joint Burials Committee, postponed from a fortnight ago because of bad weather, will be held on MONDAY 19th MARCH 2018. The agendas are unchanged and can be downloaded from our Document Management Area. All members of the public are welcome.


Mon, 24 Oct 2016 08:40 by Ian Bowler

The Billesdon Local History Group announces the publication of:

'Billesdon in the Great War 1914-1918: Personal Histories from a Leicestershire Village'.

The booklet commemorates the men of Billesdon Parish who fought in the conflict and recounts their individual experiences. The booklet also provides the history of the Billesdon War Memorial, the local Volunteers and the Belgian refugees who found shelter in the village. More »

Copies (£5 ea.) are available in the village shop, Post Office and hairdressers. and from mel@vlaeminke.plus.com » Less