Welcome to Lutterworth Town Council
At the southern most tip of Leicestershire, Lutterworth is an attractive market town which has twice made its mark on world history. In the Fourteenth Century John Wycliffe made his pioneering translation of the Bible whilst serving as Rector of Lutterworth and, more than five hundred years later, Sir Frank Whittle developed the jet engine at the Ladywood Works off Leicester Road.
Although situated in the very centre of Roman England, within walking distance of the intersection of the Fosse Way and Watling Street at High Cross, it seems likely that Lutterworth was first settled by the Anglo-Saxons. The name “Lutter's Vordig" means Luther's Farm and the original settlement was probably on or near the site of the present parish church.
With effect from Monday 5 January 2015, the Town Council office is open 9am – 3.30pm, Monday to Friday. Alternatively you can contact the office on 01455 550225.
Please feel free to browse the website or contact any of the Councillors or the Town Clerk:-
Hannah Surtees / Theresa Stokes
Lutterworth Town Council
Telephone: 01455 550225
Crescent Road recreation Ground Embankment Slide kindly funded by the Big Lottery, Leicestershire County Council SHIRE Grant and Lutterworth Town Council