Lutterworth, England Newswire (Page 3)

Lutterworth, England Newswire (Page 3)

Comprehensive Real-Time News Feed for Lutterworth, England. (Page 3)

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  1. 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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  2. Save and expand our local hospitalRead the original story

    May 12, 2017 | Harborough Today

    A vital public meeting to save and expand a Harborough district hospital threatened with closure will be held next month. The meeting on Tuesday, June 6 has been organised by campaigners aiming to prevent the closure of Feilding Palmer hospital in Lutterworth.

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  3. Multi-million pound 'once in a generation' plans for leisure centresRead the original story

    May 10, 2017 | Harborough Today

    Harborough District Council is investigating plans to build a "once in a generation" new leisure centre in Market Harborough, and refurbish Lutterworth Leisure Centre, at a total cost of 15.1million. The new-build scheme is the preferred option of several leisure choices on the table, to be discussed in public for the first time by the council's executive on Monday, May 15. The new leisure centre could be on the site of the current leisure centre off Northampton Road - or it could be on a new site to the north of the town, perhaps in the Airfield Farm area.

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  4. Traffic chaos across Hinckley following multiple incidentsRead the original story w/Photo

    May 10, 2017 | Hinckley Times

    COMMUTERS are facing major traffic problems coming out of Hinckley this morning after a number of incidents across the region. Two-hour long delays are expected in BOTH directions along the M6 after emergency services were called to an incident regarding a concern for welfare for a woman spotted on the motorway.

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  5. Election Latest: Tories retain control of county council with increased majorityRead the original story

    May 5, 2017 | Harborough Today

    As we revealed on our live feed throughout the afternoon, the final result was Conservatives 36 seats ; Liberal Democrats 13 , Labour six . UKIP, which had two county council seats last time, saw their vote completely collapse.

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  6. World film show success in townRead the original story

    Apr 27, 2017 | Harborough Today

    The British International Amateur Film Festival, billed as "the greatest amateur film festival in the British Isles", ran over three days at the Three Swans hotel in town. It is run by film enthusiasts IAC, whose national chairman Mike Whyman said: "We go to a different venue every year, but Market Harborough has worked out very well for us, so we may be back in the future".

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  7. Crash on motorway leads to hours-long delaysRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 26, 2017 | Hinckley Times

    A screengrab from Highways England of the scene near the site of last night's accident on the M1 between junctions 20 and 21. Motorists were trapped for hours into the night after a lorry crashed into the central reservation. Motorists sat on the tarmac of Leicestershire's busiest motorway for hours last night after a smash just outside Leicester.

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  8. Find out who's won a Queen's Awards for EnterpriseRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 21, 2017 | This Is Leicestershire

    Leicestershire businesses were today named winners of the Queen's Awards for Enterprise, in celebration of the monarch's 91st birthday. MSA Engineering Systems and Qdos Holdings, both of Thurmaston, and the Jackloc Company, in Lutterworth, have each collected innovation awards, while Horus Music, which is based in the Dock workspaces off Abbey Lane, Leicester, has received an international trade award.

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  9. Widespread changes to Leicester bus routes come into effect from SaturdayRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 20, 2017 | This Is Leicestershire

    The late evening service has been revised as 31E and will operate a clockwise loop of Oadby estates via Uplands Road, Severn Road, Ullswater Road, Beaufort Way, Florence Wragg Way, Park Crescent, Coombe Rise, Ridge Way, Briar Walk and Rosemead Drive. 44/A Leicester to West Knighton and Wigston Fields : Service 44 will operate via Cairnsford Road, Lamborne Road and Hylion Road, and service 44A will operate via Aberdale Road.

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  10. FEATURE: Warm weekend heralds start of garden seasonRead the original story

    Apr 14, 2017 | Harborough Today

    Now the sun is out , people are turning their attention to their gardens. So where better for Mail's Alex Dawson and Andrew Carpenter to go along than a garden centre.

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  11. Two people who died in crash are namedRead the original story

    Apr 11, 2017 | Harborough Today

    The two people who died were today named as Guy Marriott, aged 25, from Theddingworth, Leicestershire, and Sophie Griffin, aged 22, from Lutterworth in Leicestershire. A blue Vauxhall Corsa was in collision with a blue Hyundai I40 and a white Peugeot Partner van at about 8.45pm.

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  12. Friday's Traffic Updates 1Read the original story w/Photo

    Apr 7, 2017 | This Is Leicestershire

    7am: All clear at the moment, with things even flowing nicely on the southbound approach to junction 21 of the M1. 7.40am: A crash over the border in Warwickshire is causing delays back to the Leicestershire border on the A426 south of Lutterworth towards Rugby.

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  13. Floodlights help Swifts to take offRead the original story

    Apr 6, 2017 | Harborough Today

    The improvements at the club's Dunley Way ground in Lutterworth were given the go-ahead by Harborough District Council planners on Tuesday night. And now the club, champions of the Leicestershire Senior Football League this season and nicknamed the Swifts, can apply to move up into the regional United Counties Leasgue next season.

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  14. Tributes to former town mayor Peter KnightRead the original story

    Apr 4, 2017 | Rugby Advertiser

    His friend, current Leicestershire Police and Crime Commissioner Willy Bach, has payed tribute, saying: "Peter was a sort of Mr Lutterworth. Present Lutterworth Mayor Cllr Geraldine Robinson said: "Peter did a great amount for Lutterworth and was a very popular mayor and councillor.

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  15. Fight continuing over 'new town' in LutterworthRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 1, 2017 | Hinckley Times

    A rallying call has been repeated to try and combat proposals for a huge new 2,750 housing development at Lutterworth. Campaigners say the plans by Harborough District Council to urbanise a 504 acre swathe of countryside from south of Misterton to north of Bitteswell are misguided.

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  16. Santa run's sackload of cashRead the original story

    Mar 28, 2017 | Harborough Today

    Thousands of pounds raised at a festive fun run in Lutterworth last year has been distributed among more than a dozen good causes. The annual Lutterworth Santa Fun Run is organised by the town's two Rotary Clubs - Lutterworth and Wycliffe - and has become a regular fixture on Lutterworth's social calendar.

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  17. Swifts to fly high with council helpRead the original story

    Mar 24, 2017 | Harborough Today

    The club, which plays at Dunley Way in Lutterworth, has already done its bit, winning the Everards Leicestershire Senior Football League last Saturday, with five games to spare and without losing a match. Having won the Leicestershire league, they hope to step up into the regional United Counties League next season.

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  18. Trio racing to Monte Carlo in banger for charityRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 23, 2017 | Hinckley Times

    Peter Corderoy with brothers Ashley and Mark Blackwell who are taking part in this years Monte Carlo or Bust Rally A GROUP of friends are taking part in a 1,000 mile race across seven European countries - in a car worth less than 500. Peter Corderoy and brothers Ashley and Mark Blackwell will take part in this year's Top Gear-style Monte Carlo or Bust Rally.

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  19. 5 Star LandscapesRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 16, 2017 | Cornish Guardian

    About Us... Like the look of the driveway designs you see on TV ? You can achieve those designs with 5 Star Landscapes! We are Leicesters local driveway installation experts, capable of making dreams reality. We are 5 Star Landscpaes.

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  20. Alex wins his immigration battle to continue his cancer treatment in the USARead the original story

    Mar 14, 2017 | Harborough Today

    There's good news this week for Alex Goodwin, the nine-year-old boy having cancer treatment in the USA. The immigration problem that was threatening his extended stay for treatment at the University of Kansas hospital has been overcome.

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