Summer Reading at Kirby Muxloe Library!

Summer Reading at Kirby Muxloe Library!
Calling all children aged 4 -12 years.
As in previous years we are inviting you to join the Summer Reading Challenge for FREE at Kirby Muxloe Library! The Challenge runs from Saturday July 3rd to Saturday 4th September.

This year pack your bags and get ready for a trip to Wilderville to join our Wild World Heroes Carys, Marcus, Faiza, David, Willow and Callum.
Their town is a great place but help them make it even better for the people and animals there particularly by making a difference to the environment.

To be a Wild World Hero you need to get reading! This is easy. Just register at the library and receive your starter kit. Then borrow books to read at home. You can read anything you like – stories, fact books, graphic novels, poetry or listen to audio books. You can borrow books from your local library throughout the summer and we recommend reading at least six books to complete your challenge. Every time you finish a book, collect a sticker (some are smelly!) to put on your poster. On completing the challenge you receive a certificate and medal!
If you take part in the Challenge you are also entitled to free admission to Bosworth Battlefield and 1620s House and Garden at Donington-le-Heath just by showing your special Wide World Hero poster.

Get rewards for your reading!
Stickers – Certificates – Medals – Posters

You can take part by exploring online too.Visit the Summer Reading Scheme website for more fun and games! Head to to find out more about our heroes and their animal friends.
• Chat about books and write reviews
• Find competitions, videos, games and loads more
• Collect digital rewards for your reading
• Check out ideas of what to read next

Come to Kirby Muxloe Library this summer and become one of the . .. WILD WORLD HEROES!

Opening Hours from 21 June

MONDAYS: 10.00 – 12.00 then 2.00 – 4.00

TUESDAYS: 2.00 – 4.00

WEDNESDAYS: 2.00 – 4.00


FRIDAYS: 10.00 – 12.00

SATURDAYS: 10.00 – 12.00


Kirby Muxloe Foodbank

The village itself does not have a local foodbank.

What we do have though is a collection point for any donations to local foodbanks.

The Free Church at the top of Church Road accepts donations.  They ask people to bring items to the side door (in Church Road) and ring the bell on a Tue-Thu in the mornings when the office is open.

That food then goes on to one of the local Food Banks, Braunstone, South Leicester or Hinckley.

There is also a lady in the village who advertises regular collections for the Braunstone Food Bank on the Kirby Muxloe Village Notice Board Group on Facebook

If you can afford to give anything please do.

Blaby District Council to suspend garden waste collections

Garden waste collections in the District of Blaby will be suspended for two weeks from Monday 16 November due to staff shortages as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.

A number of the waste collection crew are required to self isolate as part of the national test and trace effort. As a result, the Council has taken a decision to suspend its garden waste collection service for a two week period from Monday 16 to Friday 27 November 2020.

The health and safety of residents and employees is Blaby District Council’s highest priority and whilst every effort has been made to minimise disruption, the staff shortages will impact on service delivery in the short to medium term.

Suspending the garden waste service will help the Council to focus resources so that refuse and recycling collections can continue as normal.

Councillor David Freer, Corporate Services and Neighbourhood Services Portfolio Holder, said: “The decision to suspend the garden waste collection service for two weeks has not been taken lightly.

“This sensible approach is needed to keep our collections teams safe, and to protect our refuse and recycling collections so that they continue as normal.

“I’d ask residents to keep an eye on our website and our social media for updates.”

Residents are being asked to help reduce the spread of the virus by washing hands and sanitising bin handles before and after touching wheelie bins or rubbish bags. Washing hands for 20 seconds with soap and water before and after handling waste containers helps to keep residents, their families and and waste collection crews safe.