Lutterworth Town Council

Serving the people of Lutterworth

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(Contact): Town Clerk
Council Offices, Coventry
Road, Lutterworth LE17 4SH

Tel: 01455 550225

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Latest News

Lutterworth Domestic Lighting Competition 2021

Enter your house or street into the Lutterworth's Domestic Christmas Lighting competition!! Entry forms can be downloaded on the link below. You can enter yourself, a friend, a neighbour or a whole street into one or all of the following categories:

* Best Lit
* Best Dressed
* Most Innovative
* Lutterworth's Choice (voted for by the public)

Please return entry forms to Lutterworth Town Council, Coventry Road, Lutterworth by Monday 13th December 2021. Judging will take place from 14th December 2021. Please note, by entering the Lutterworth's Choice category, you are giving permission for your address to be advertised on the Facebook poll.

Posted: Tue, 02 Nov 2021 10:45 by Holly Guy

Remembrance Sunday 2021

On Sunday 14th November, there will be a slight change to the way the Remembrance Sunday parade and service will run compared to previous years.

This year, the parade will commence at 10.30 from the Wycliffe Rooms on George Street, marching around the town centre, straight into the War Memorial Gardens (not in the church as in previous years), where an act of Remembrance will commence at 10.45am. Following the ceremony, the Deputy Lord-Lieutenant will take the salute and the parade will march back around to the Wycliffe Rooms. More »

Members of the public are welcome as usual but we ask that the actual Memorial Gardens be kept clear for the parade participants and dignitaries and the roads are kept clear for the parade to march through. » Less

Posted: Thu, 28 Oct 2021 12:18 by Holly Guy

White Horses Defaced.

Lutterworth Town Council have enlisted the assistance of a local contractor who has spent time and money renovating the White Horses on Regent Court embankment. A lot of hard work has gone into the preparation and refurbishment of the White Horses and within the last 24 hours, one of the refurbished horses has been defaced by mindless vandals. This is yet another act of vandalism that is very disappointing for the Town Council and for the people of the town who enter Lutterworth to witness such an insensitive act of vandalism. We would like to remind the residents of Lutterworth that we take any act of vandalism extremely seriously and have reported the incident to the police and we will be obtaining CCTV coverage to assist in their enquiries.

Posted: Mon, 12 Jul 2021 13:59 by Anna

Lutterworth Town Council have enlisted the assistance of a local contractor who has spent time and money renovating the White Horses on Regent Court embankment. A lot of hard work has gone into the preparation and refurbishment of the White Horses and within the last 24 hours, one of the refurbished horses has been defaced by mindless vandals. This is yet another act of vandalism that is very disappointing for the Town Council and for the people of the town who enter Lutterworth to witness such an insensitive act of vandalism. We would like to remind the residents of Lutterworth that we take any act of vandalism extremely seriously and have reported the incident to the police and we will be obtaining CCTV coverage to assist in their enquiries.