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Client Reviews

Razvan DanielRazvan Daniel
15:05 01 May 24
Roxana Ana-MariaRoxana Ana-Maria
15:04 01 May 24
Penny WollertonPenny Wollerton
07:14 27 Apr 24
Sally JepsonSally Jepson
22:40 17 Apr 24
Really happy with our new driveway installed by the team. Simon showed us various styles and designs first. The team were polite and cleaned up after themselves.
Chris ArapiChris Arapi
08:21 13 Apr 24
Robert ThirlbyRobert Thirlby
14:55 29 Mar 24
Fabulous job doing my new block paving driveway which had a huge Slope on it and Simon said he’d be able to make the slope very invisible in which he actually managed to do if you ever need a company to do your driveway or patio this company is them enough thanks to there 5 star team
Tim BolamTim Bolam
05:30 10 Jun 22
We recently had the the pleasure of meeting Simon, Craig & Chris when they did our driveway. What a fantastic job they have completed. These are genuine nice guys, the work was efficient, fast, & as you can see from the photo’s the final product looks amazing. They go above & beyond to exceed customer expectations. They are probably not the cheapest but the quality speaks for itself.
A WoodsA Woods
10:37 08 May 22
I’m a fussy customer with massive attention to detail so was watching closely whilst the guys were working and discussing details throughout, they rebuilt our front wall and the bricklayer finished it really quickly and to a really high standard. They then laid a block edging on the driveway and finished the driveway with tarmac. The finish looks great and is exactly what I was after. They turned it around really quickly and worked long days to get the job done. The pictures speak for themselves I think. Thanks guys.
Nadene TomlinsonNadene Tomlinson
10:43 15 May 21
Shire Driveways and Landscapes have done both my front drive and back garden. They have done a great job, really pleased with the work and the finished look. They block paved the front, and put patio slabs at the back. Well done! Would recommend 🙂

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Based in East Goscote, we’re a professional paving and driveway company that specialises in providing the best new driveway and landscaping services.

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We pride ourselves on the first-class service we give to all of our customers throughout East Goscote and the local area, and our team are hardworking, expert driveway installers committed to doing a fantastic job for every project, regardless of the size.

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52°42′52″N 1°03′15″W / 52.71448°N 1.05404°W / 52.71448; -1.05404 East Goscote is a modern village and civil parish in the Borough of Charnwood district of Leicestershire, England, just north of the market town of Syston. It is a medium-sized village, with a population measured at 2,866 in the 2011 census. The village is twinned with Fleury-sur-Andelle, France.

The village’s name either derives from the Old English gos-cot meaning ‘cottages where geese are kept’, or from an Anglo-Saxon named Gosa.

The name is taken from the East Goscote Hundred, one of the old hundreds (an area of land purported to be able to support 100 families) of Leicestershire. The Goscote Hundred (or Wapentake) is mentioned in the Domesday Book, this was later split into the West and East Goscote Hundreds.

It was the first new village to be created in Leicestershire since Domesday.

The village is built on the site of a former British Army supply depot. According to Ministry of Defence (MoD) files, the site was originally constructed in 1940 (finished September 1942) by Holloway Brothers, and was an Agency Filling Factory run by Lever Brothers/Unilever as No.10 Royal Ordnance Factory (10 ROF). At that time, it was known as the Queniborough Depot, since that was the closest village to it. It began production in March/April 1942. The aerial photograph reveals its former road layout. According to English Heritage’s reference work Dangerous Energy, it was operating Groups 8-10 of ROF filling types (High Explosives received, mixed, and put into bombs and warheads). By 1944, it was temporarily occupied by the War Office. A report of 1951 has it designated as 78 COSD (Command Ordnance Sub Depot). It was decommissioned in 1959, and subsequently bought for housing development by Jelson Homes. This development began in 1962. There were two enormous shell storage bunkers that could not be demolished, and these were earthed over and landscaped. They became known locally as the ‘Mound’, and are now part of the adjacent playing fields. These were opened to the public as part of the Queen’s Silver Jubilee celebrations in 1977, and there is a plaque near Long Furrow noting this fact.

The road called Long Furrow serves as a perimeter around the central part of the village; it also serves to mark the boundary of the former ordnance site. What is less well known is the huge network of large reinforced concrete tunnels that lay beneath the whole village; where the munitions were fitted with their warheads, and new top secret weapons prototypes were put together. There are several entrances to these workshops and tunnels located throughout the village, but each have been carefully landscaped to conceal their identity. Council representatives did enter these chambers, and found that the tunnels were in excellent condition, and the electricity still worked. Until the mid-1970s, during which the village was still under construction, both entrances to the ‘Mound’ were open, and often visited by local children.

A map of the actual tunnel layout did exist in the Library of Wreake Valley Community College, Syston, but was misplaced to keep the tunnels hidden. The whole structure, and stories that lay beneath its present inhabitants is worthy of a serious study, survey, and television documentary.

The first family to move in did so in 1965, even though the village lacked many amenities at the time, including street lighting.

The village is served by Broomfield County Primary School, which was opened in 1968. The school was expanded in 1977 to cope with the number of children on the village.

The original design made no mention of the village hall, and this was built by Jelson Homes free of charge. It was the home of religious services until the completion of St Hilda’s Church in 1976. The first village vicar was the Reverend Dudley Gummer, who took services in his own house in Coopers Nook, until the village hall was built.

The village had its own magazine East Goscote Community News, which was first published in 1969. It ceased publication in the mid-1980s, after many issues. Now they have a magazine called Long Furrow.

Adjacent to the village, north of the railway line, is Beedles Lake Golf Club.

East Goscote ward is represented on Charnwood Borough Council by Green Party Councillor Laurie Needham. Before 2015, it was represented by Cathy Duffy, the only elected representative in the locality from the far-right British National Party (BNP).

Charnwood Borough Council has stated that there will be a new railway station to open at East Goscote, on the railway line towards Melton Mowbray.

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Shire Driveways & Landscapes proudly covers all areas within Leicestershire, delivering expert driveway installation and landscaping services.

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