Leicester City Council

The council can be contacted on      0116 454 1000

for general enquiries

Other main departments:

Environment including Noise Nuisance 0116 454 1001

Waste Management inc Bulky Waste 0116 454 1002

Parks & Green Spaces           0116 454 1003

Social Care & Safeguarding      0116 454 1004

Council Tax & Business rates      0116 454 1005

Housing Benefits             0116 454 1006

Tenants Advice & repairs     0116 454 1007

Housing options             0116 454 1008

Education & Schools          0116 454 1009

Employment services centre     0116 454 1010

Automated switchboard         0116 454 1011

Automated payments         0116 454 1012

Other contact numbers can be found at:

www.leicester.gov.uk/contact-us

Alcoholics Anonymous          0845 769 7555

Gingerbread                  0808 802 0925

NSPCC                           0808 800 5000

SAFE                       0300 123 0918

Shelter                            0808 800 4444

Citizens Advice                  03444 111 444

Alzheimers Society              0300 222 1122

Mind info line             0300 123 3393

Missing People              116 000

National Debtline              0808 808 4000

AGE UK                  0800 169 6565

Stroke Association           0303 3033100

Money Advice Service          0300 500 5000

Samaritans (FREE call)             116 123

Emergencies & Helplines

Gas  Emergency (Leaks and Smell of Gas)    

0800 111 999

Electricity

Power Cuts Number 0800 6783 105

Water Emergency 0800 783 4444

Medical 

999 is the telephone number you should call when you need emergency medical assistance following a serious accident, illness or injury - for example, in the event of traumatic blood loss, chest pain or loss of consciousness.

For other medical emergencies either consult your local Doctor, Pharmacist or NHS111

Leicester Medical Group 0116 283 7825

Saffron Health  0116 244 0888

The Surgery  0116 367 0012

Pharmacies are available on Saffron Lane and Aylestone Road

Fire 

If a person's life or property is in danger, it is appropriate to dial 999. Give full details of the situation to the control operator and they will decide whether or not it is a proper emergency and if firefighters should attend.

Police 

You should only ring the 999 system if there is a direct and immediate threat to life / limb or to property.

For non emergency calls you should dial 101 or you can contact Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111

Sexual Violence helpline        0808 80 200 28

Domestic violence helpline    0808 80 200 28

NHS free advice            111

All Leicester Hospitals         0300 303 1573