Lutterworth, England Newswire

Lutterworth, England Newswire

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  1. Job losses as high street bank branch in Hinckley closesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 22 | Hinckley Times

    The Market Place branch shut on Wednesday June 14 as part of a wider programme of 79 closures across the UK. When the news was announced at the start of the year owners Clydesdale and Yorkshire Banking Group blamed the shift to online and mobile banking for the move.

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  2. Part of county village declared air quality blackspotRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 15 | This Is Leicestershire

    Harborough District Council has made the decision after detecting raised levels of nitrogen dioxide in parts of Kibworth along the busy A6. The Air Quality Management Area covers a 750 metre stretch from the Wistow Road roundabout to the Church Road junction, next to the Coach and Horses pub.

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  3. Droitwich athletes tested to the limit at Wolf RunRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 13 | Worcester News

    The Leicestershire event was part of the Summer Wild Running Series, a combination of off-road challenges on mud, trail and obstacle runs. Led by club member Sam Charlwood a team of 17 Spa Muddy Buddies completed the 10-kilometre course covering natural terrain, woodland, lakes and thick mud near Lutterworth.

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  4. RUGBY: Find out who how our teams will face in the Midlands Leagues for next seasonRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 8 | Hereford Times

    Derbyshire outfit Melbourne also join the fray after topping Midlands 2 East , while Lutterworth, who are from Leicestershire, move across from Midlands 1 East. The other new teams are Stourbridge Lions and Camp Hill, who claimed promotion from Midlands 2 West and Rugby Lions, who won Midlands 2 West .

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  5. Jaide's students will dazzle in anniversary show in RugbyRead the original story

    Thursday Jun 8 | Rugby Advertiser

    Jaide's 17th Anniversary Dance Show takes place at Ashlawn School, Ashlawn Road, on Friday, June 30 and Saturday, July 1, 7pm. Jaide said: "My students have worked so hard during the last couple of years, both in their exams and their class work as well as attending regular rehearsals for our show.

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  6. RUGBY: Find out who how our teams will face in the Midlands Leagues for next seasonRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 8 | Hereford Times

    Derbyshire outfit Melbourne also join the fray after topping Midlands 2 East , while Lutterworth, who are from Leicestershire, move across from Midlands 1 East. The other new teams are Stourbridge Lions and Camp Hill, who claimed promotion from Midlands 2 West and Rugby Lions, who won Midlands 2 West .

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  7. Unbeaten Leicestershire golfers at the double against... 1Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 7 | This Is Leicestershire

    The firsts, the defending champions, beat Cambridgeshire 6-5 at Saffron Walden, with one game halved, while the seconds were decisive 10-2 winners at Lutterworth. The firsts led 2-1, one halved, after the opening foursomes, which proved crucial when the singles ended 4-4.

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  8. Who's standing in Derby North and key info about the constituencyRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 5 | Ashbourne News Telegraph

    Derby North is the most marginal seat in England and the second most marginal in the UK - so all eyes will be on this constituency during the 2017 General Election. This is because Amanda Solloway took the seat for Conservatives in 2015 from Labour's Chris Williamson by just 41 votes.

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  9. Newcastle West End and city centre in 1972-73 - a changing city in 12 unseen picturesRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 5 | Chronicle Live

    Taken by Sam Weller, who was a student at the time, they capture locations in the West End and city centre with a few mystery scenes thrown in for good measure. It was a time when parts of old Newcastle were being torn down and replaced by new buildings, a process which had begun in the 1960s.

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  10. Did we spot you at the Riverside Festival this weekend?Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jun 4 | This Is Leicestershire

    In recent years the event has usually taken place during downpours or heatwaves, but at the festival on Saturday afternoon no one had any complaints. Anne Harker, of Lutterworth, who was selling her fudge on Western Boulevard - which was closed to traffic for the event - said: "Last year it was too hot and it was melting all my fudge but this year is great.

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  11. Large diesel spillage causing delays on M6 near RugbyRead the original story

    May 26, 2017 | Rugby Advertiser

    A large diesel spillage is causing long delays on the M6 near Rugby with two lanes closed today . Emergency services were called to the northbound carriageway between junctions one and two after reports of a oil leak at around 9am.

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  12. Local hope to save village pub near HarboroughRead the original story

    May 26, 2017 | Harborough Today

    The Red Lion on Main Street, Great Bowden, shut its doors in January after about 300 years as a village pub. It means before the owner can sell the pub, he must consider an offer for the pub by a village consortium.

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  13. Sign up for Harborough's fruity fun runRead the original story

    May 25, 2017 | Harborough Today

    Competitors are being urged to don fruity fancy dress or fruity colours and there'll be a free piece of fruit on the day for every child. Home-Start South Leicestershire will be the beneficiary of the one-mile fun run around the Robert Smyth Academy playing fields on Saturday June 10. All runners taking part will receive a distinctive fun run medal, which have been sponsored by Transport Genesis, based in Lutterworth.

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  14. Good news on Alex's battle with cancerRead the original story

    May 24, 2017 | Rugby Advertiser

    The latest tests by doctors in Kansas City show that the cancer has not spread, and much of it has been removed. "My biopsy results came back and they say it's all clear!" said nine-year-old Alex, speaking in a video on his Alexander's Journey Facebook page.

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  15. Architecture practice unveils plans for 1.7m HQRead the original story w/Photo

    May 22, 2017 | This Is Leicestershire

    A Leicester architecture practice has unveiled plans for a new A 1.7 million home outside the city to help it broaden its offering. Stephen George and Partners is relocating its head office from London Road to a new building it has designed in Grove Park, Enderby.

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  16. Police issue Sayat.Me app warning after teenage boy found hanged 'after being bullied'Read the original story w/Photo

    May 22, 2017 | IcLichfield

    The Sayat.Me app is at the centre of a storm after a boy was found hanged after allegedly being bullied on the platform. George Hessay, 15, is feared to have taken his own life after receiving insulting comments on the app, the Mirror reports .

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  17. More detail is now required for Harborough district's major housing planRead the original story

    May 18, 2017 | Harborough Today

    Thousands of new homes and employment areas could now be concentrated in two parts of the district, in so-called Strategic Development Areas selected by the council. One is east of the M1, opposite Lutterworth.

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  18. Argos warehouse workers in Bridgwater begin two week strikeRead the original story w/Photo

    May 17, 2017 | Bridgwater Mercury

    WORKERS at the Argos Warehouse in Bridgwater are joining in a two-week national strike in a dispute over job security and terms and conditions. It's estimated that 1,400 warehouse workers will take part in the strikes in warehouses across England - including staff from the warehouse on the Huntworth Business Park.

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  19. Multi-million pound plans to revamp leisure centres are approvedRead the original story

    May 16, 2017 | Harborough Today

    Harborough District Council's ruling executive voted 'yes' to the 15.1m plan to refurbish Lutterworth Sports Centre and build a new Market - Harborough centre. Council deputy leader Cllr Phil King told Monday afternoon's meeting that he was happy to propose the leisure centre plan.

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  20. Ever wanted to look inside a windmill? Here's your chanceRead the original story w/Photo

    May 12, 2017 | This Is Leicestershire

    Windmills and watermills - aren't they great? As well as being things of beauty, they're also remarkable feats of engineering - and they're being celebrated during National Mills Weekend this Saturday and Sunday. Until the advent of the steam engine, wind and watermills provided the only source of power for many different processes - from making flour, paper and cloth to hammering metal and extracting oils.

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