Charlie the Harby cockerel, here to tell you all about Harby.
BAPTIST CHURCH - 0115
BELVOIR HEALTH GROUP, Cropwell Bishop, Nottinghamshire, 0115 9892287.
BROWNIES - meet on Monday evenings, Viv Hewson 01949 860354.
BUS SERVICES. Trent/ Bartons, 01773 712265,
, Paul James, 0870 6082608
DOVE COTTAGE DAY HOSPICE - 01949 860303,
POST OFFICE, SHOP AND
GARAGE. At number 41 at the end of Nether Street, facing up School Lane stands Harby
Garage, village shop, Tea Junction Cafe and Post Office. It supplies petrol and other fuels and specialises in car body
repairs, 01949 860213. Monday to Friday 7 am to 7 pm, Saturday 7.30 am
to 7 pm, Sunday 9 am to 1 pm. The Tea Junction Cafe opening hours - Monday to Friday,8 am to 3 pm. Saturday 8 am to 1 pm.
Sunday closed. Telephone 0776 781 2514. The Post Office opening hours
are Monday to Friday 9 am to 5.30 pm. Saturday 9 am to 12.30 pm. Sunday
HARBY JOURNAL. Village news is made available to every household through
the monthly publication of the Harby Journal which carries details of
meetings, events and items of interest. The Harby Journal is kindly
printed by the Parachute School at Langar Airfield. The editor is Kevin
Becken, 5 Boyers Orchard, Harby , 01949 860081, email
. Submission deadline is the 15th of the month for the following month's
LIBRARY. The Library in Melton Mowbray is on 0116 265 6988.
Our local doctorsí
surgery is at Long Clawson. There has been a doctor practicing in
Long Clawson for nearly 200 years. There is a team of doctors,
district nurses, chiropodists, midwives and psychiatric nurses
together with an in-house Pharmacy.
The Practice now
has a Patient Participation Group and you can find out about it by
surgery website, which is excellent and updated regularly,
please use this for further information.
Long Clawson Medical Centre
Tel 01664 822214
Remember if you need EMERGENCY HELP telephone 999 and
request an ambulance, OTHERWISE telephone the National
Health Service medical help line on 0845 4647, where you
can speak to a doctor or
MAPS. Click here for maps of Harby.
MARKETS are held in Melton on Tuesdays and Saturdays and also
Bingham on a Thursday.
NEIGHBOURHOOD WATCH Coordinator - Gill Becken 01949 860081
MELTON BOROUGH COUNCIL collects our taxes and provides services,
01664 567771. www.melton.gov.uk.
METHODIST CHURCH - 01664 482132
MILK a home delivery service still exists in Harby for milk,
operated by Express Dairies, 0115 986 5001.
MOBILE LIBRARY There are fortnightly visits on a Thursday from the
mobile library 0116 305 3646,
which stops at several locations in the village: -
11.15 - 12.15 Village Hall
1.00 - 2.10 The School
2.15 - 2.30 Pinfold Lane
There is a website on the Vale of Belvoir which also gives details
such as you can find on my pages,
. Another site with links to local village websites is
Other villages have their websites:-
Barkstone, Plungar and Redmile Parish Council on
Long Clawson -
Waltham on the Wolds -
PARISH COUNCIL -
email@example.com . 01949 869477,
POLICE. Leicestershire Police 0116 222 2222.
PRE-SCHOOL - is on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday and Friday mornings
from 9.15 to 11.45.at the Village Hall, Viv Hewson 01949 860354
PUBS. The Nags Head, 20 Main Street, is one of the oldest and most
interesting buildings in the village and provides all you would
expect from a village pub, 01949 860209.
ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH - 01664 562274
HARBY CHURCH OF ENGLAND PRIMARY SCHOOL - 01949 860553,
ST MARY'S PARISH CHURCH. Click
here for Welcome Leaflet in
SWIMMING POOLS are available at Bingham Leisure Centre telephone
, Cotgrave, 0115 9892916 ,
or Waterfield in Melton, 01664 563550
VALE CHOIR - At present there is no official contact person for the
VALLEY CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP - Steven Wright 01949 860688,
VILLAGE HALL is run by a
committee who maintain the Hall in good order for users and raise
funds for its upkeep. Village Hall bookings secretary Justine Cline
WALKS. For details of walks along the Grantham Canal see
WASTE COLLECTION. Melton Borough Council operates an up to date
weekly waste collection service. This includes collection of
separated materials for recycling, currently tins, glass, paper,
plastic bottles and compostable waste, 01664 502502,
WOMENS INSTITUTE meets every fourth Thursday evening in the month at
the village hall. President Gillian Clark
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February 26, 2013