WIGSTON STREET NAMES PROJECT
There are many street names in Wigston that have hidden meanings and some have disappeared altogether. This list, which is growing all the time, records these names and their meanings. In conjunction with the Greater Wigston Historical Society we are undertaking research on these names and compiling a master index.
To view the current state of this project CLICK HERE
You are welcome to view/print and study the files and send any observations, changes or additions to:
SIGNIFICANT BUILDINGS REVIEW
The long awaited review of the Significant Buildings in Wigston, South Wigston and Kilby Bridge, submitted to the Council in May 2017, is now available on the Oadby and Wigston Council website https://www.oadby-wigston.gov.uk
WE STRIVE TO MAKE THE WIGSTONS A BETTER PLACE TO LIVE, WORK AND SHOP
The Premier Drum Factory In South Wigston has GONE!!
Click on the Premier logo to view the demolition pictures on the Greater Wigston Historical Society website
THE SOCIETY'S AIM:
“Promoting High Standards Of Planning And Architecture
And Securing The Preservation And Protection Of Buildings Of Historic Or Public Interest”
Greater Wigston Historical Society Photograph Archive
Our areas of
South Wigston And Kilby Bridge
and especially the Conservation Areas within those boundaries
Do you have any concerns, comments or worries about the Wigston area that you would like to communicate to the Society?
Click HERE to send us your concerns
HAVE YOU GOT ANY ISSUES IN YOUR AREA REGARDING HEDGES, PAVEMENTS, STREET LIGHTING,
DRAINS, FOOTPATHS OR ANYTHING ELSE?
YOU CAN NOW REPORT YOUR ISSUES DIRECTLY TO
THE LEICESTERSHIRE COUNCIL COUNCIL
Oadby And WigstonBorough Council
Back Copies Available Here
LIBRARY NOTICE BOARD
Keep an eye on the notice board in the Wigston Library for local society activites
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IGSTON STREET NAMES INDEX NOW ONLINE ON THE GREATER WIGSTON HISTORICAL SOCIETY WEBSITE
Committee Meetings are currently held on
the first Wednesday of each month from 7.00pm to 9.00pm at
Hawthorn House in Paddock Street, Wigston.
THE PINFOLD MEMORIAL SITE IS NOW COMPLETE