Hoton Parish Council

Serving the people of Hoton, Leicestershire

Wymeswold Road Character Property

Clerk: Hellen Jarvis
52 Springfield Close, Burton
on the Wolds, Loughborough
LE12 5AN

Tel: 01509 880596

Coronavirus support network

Hoton Village Hall Committee, with the support of Hoton Parish Council, have set up an initiative to ensure that resudents can all support one another during the current COVID-19 pandemic.

It is clear that people in the village will at some point either be unwell or need to self isolate. To make sure that people who needed help, for example with shopping or the collection of prescriptions, are able to ask for that help and that those who can offer support are able to do so a Facebook private group, called Hoton Local Support Network, has been set up which villagers can join if they choose. It is also a means for us all to keep in touch and look out for our neighbours. A WhatsApp group has also been established for the same purpose. Both of these groups will be private, only for people who live in the parish (including Hoton Hills, Hoton Park and our farms)

We recognise that not everyone in the village is on email or uses social media and would therefore ask that you contact anyone who you know cannot use these networks and post any requests on their behalf.

To join these networks:
WhatsApp: Send an email to with your name and telephone number.

Coronavirus information


To help others within the village please refer to the support network at the top of this page.

Other volunteer programmes are:

Beware of coronavirus scams

Unscrupulous criminals are exploiting fears about COVID-19 to prey on members of the public, particularly older and vulnerable people who are isolated from family and friends. National Trading Standards is warning people to remain vigilant following a rise in coronavirus-related scams that seek to benefit from the public's concern and uncertainty over COVID-19.


Please be considerate and respect the needs of others and avoid burning garden waste if possible. People with respiratory problems are extremely vulnerable to the effect of smoke inhalation and requiring treatment for this puts them at risk of exposure to Covid-19. In addition, many residents are spending more time at home and the nuisance from bonfire smoke may prevent them from spending time in their gardens, which may be the only place where they can get exercise, relax or enjoy some fresh air.