Welcome to the Harpole Village community website. We hope you will find this informative and useful. Please come again, often to see our active community at work.
Most of our events are organised on a voluntary basis (including the car boot sales) and the site is also run by volunteers.
We now have a Twitter account @harpole_village, please follow us for local traffic updates, news and reminders of village events.
Harpole now has Superfast broadband. We are now officially on the fibre network.
BT says we can now get up to 76meg, up from 2.
Please contact BT for more information
Harpole Heritage Book - New Publication
FLIGHT LP826 written and compiled by Patricia Betts
The book records details of the Wellington Bomber that crashed on Glassthorpe Hill during the last war.
Available from Jennifer Smith, Secretary Harpole Heritage Group
Telephone 01604 831294 (no information regarding car boot sales on this number).
Updates from our local PCSO Officer can now be found under the 'Parish' heading.
This gives information on incidents in Harpole.
Harpole Under Threat...
From 4 developments:-
MM70 West Sustainable Extension
MM46 Norwood Sustainable Extension
MM26 Junction 16
MM14 Junction 16
All the above relate to developments around South View/Norwood Farm/Upton.
Developments along Nobottle Road at the Sandy Lane Junction and a Industrial Estate at Junction 16.
Please visit the Harpole Action Team website to download these documents to register your protest should you so wish.
Harpole Village now has a Twitter account @harpole_village. If you have your own Twitter account, please follow us. If you just want to see what's available, click on this headline to find the link to our page. We will update it with latest travel news as and when we find out about it and add reminders about up coming events and local news within and near the village that might be of interest.
Harpole Heritage Groups January meeting will be:- Peter Liddle 'Iron Age' Treasure found near Market harborough.
All welcome for more information contact Jennifer Smith (Secretary) 01604 831294 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
We welcome new members and visitors to our meetings. Membership is £8.00. per year, members pay £1.50. per visit and visitors £2.50 per visit.
Allotment Association meeting, all plot holders are welcome and encourage to attend these meetings.
These meetings will be held on the first Monday of the month at the Old School Hall during the winter months and at the allotments during the summer months.
All are welcome to share ideas, exchange growing tips, and meet other allotment holders.
Parish Council Meeting for January 2015 takes place on Monday
Members of the public are welcome to attend the meeting and may speak on items on the agenda for 15 minutes 19:30 - 19:45