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Articles from Loughborough Echo (Loughborough, England) (May 9, 2018)

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'His devotion to duty was an example to his comrades'. 4369
'I love the fact that Trump is president. It's great for comedy, even though it's dreadful for the rest of humankind' RICH HALL DERBY THEATRE, MAY 13 Rich Hall is on the second leg of his Hoedown UK tour and the foot-stomping comedy show is in Derby on Sunday. JAMES RAMPTON spoke to him. 728
A bittersweet portrait of modern parenthood. 436
A dancing and singing extravaganza with Fame. 422
a flight of fancy. 225
A ROYAL RETREAT. 264
A story without words with the Exploded Circus. 437
a wellie good decision. 190
Agar celebrates third at Badminton. 208
ALL THE GEEK TO ME; THE LATEST GAMING, COMICS & TECH TRENDS. 288
ALSO SHOWING. 365
Ambitious plans for old 3M site approved; 210 apartments, retail and leisure. 618
Anstey 2nd XI get their season off to winning start at Outwoods. 192
App now offering a guide to what town has to offer; Love Loughborough app helpful for visitors. 293
Are you a winner in Rainbows lottery? IN BRIEF. 109
Author pays visit to Rawlins and takes students back in time. 286
Baby and toddler swim programme launching next month. 177
BACK FOR MORE; DANNY BAKERDE MONTFORT HALL, LEICESTER, MAY 16. 394
Bank branch on list of closures; IN BRIEF. 115
Bereavement put in the spotlight; IN BRIEF. 107
Best foot forward as walking group resumes after Bank Holiday. 224
Birstall Stamford clinch Premier Division championship; LEICESTER AND CHARNWOOD SUNDAY FOOTBALL LEAGUE. 582
Birstall United set to unveil stadium improvements thanks to PS16,531 grant. 188
Boutique does U-turn on plans for town departure; Owner is actively looking for new premises in town. 357
Campaign to cut fly-tipping issues; Tough action warning to offenders. 421
Canals in the spotlight. 196
Car parks are becoming battlegrounds for drivers. 298
Catenian Circle raises cash for Rainbows coffers. 265
Ceramics in Charnwood; IN BRIEF. 149
Challenger player list unveiled. 254
Chicken Ranch tale was presented with energy. 404
Civil War is talking point. 307
College students receive warm welcome in China. 344
Congestion warning for closure of the M1; Kegworth Bypass bridge put in place. 332
Could a MLD massage give your body the boost it needs? SINUS PAIN, STRESS AND SKIN CONDITIONS CAN ALL REPORTEDLY BE RELIEVED WITH THIS TREATMENT. CLAIRE SPREADBURY FINDS OUT MORE. 921
Council tenants garden competition is back. 135
Cricketing tales from 50-year span by Henry Blofeld. 129
Cropston secure four wicket triumph. 451
David Rutter to represent the UK; IN BRIEF. 220
Defeat for Quorn at Highfield; CRICKET. 405
Demonstration at flower club. 223
DON'T MISS. 348
Evening trip back to the Forties. 232
EXPERT OPINIONS; Want to create a Pinterest - or magazine-worthy setting? As Homesense turns 10, industry pros tell GABRIELLE FAGAN how they do it. 1100
FAST START FOR SLOW READERS OF ROCK; AARON Starkie, lead vocalist with English band The Slow Readers Club, chats with Kevin Cooper about being championed by Steve Lamacq, sleeping in the back of a van, new album Build A Tower and the tour that comes to Nottingham's Rock City. 606
FIVE OF THE BEST; VEGAN-FRIENDLY EATERIES. 517
FOR YOUR DIARY: FOOD FESTIVALS. 213
From the archive. 511
Gin Fayre heads to Cropston; IN BRIEF. 121
GIVE US STRENGTH; health& lifestyle WEIGHT TRAINING ISN'T ALL ABOUT BULKING UP, SAYS FITNESS EXPERT ANDY BROOKS. 973
Glastonbudget is nearing.... IN BRIEF. 117
Grass cutting season to get underway; Interactive map for residents. 307
Grooming cases on social media; IN BRIEF. 160
HE LOVED YOU, YEAH, YEAH. 217
Heartbroken mum raises cash to say thanks to neonatal staff; More than PS1,000 raised for LRI unit in memory of baby Everly. 608
Heatwave meant April was warmer than usual; Weather expert takes a look at the data for April. 435
Holiday club plans for the summer... 145
I FEEL PRETTY (12A) .. ... 128
I have found myself by being a father. I'm not into working away from home; Actor Jason Hughes tells GABRIELLE FAGAN about avoiding burnout, how he stays healthy and balancing work with family life. 973
If you would like to contribute to Village News, contact Andy Rush on 01509 635802 or E-mail andy.rush@reachplc.com VILLAGES. 2223
Impressive creations by pupils for tech challenge; 3M Young Innovators Challenge categories. 601
Indoor bowls club stages annual presentation evening; BOWLS. 136
Injunction to halt site development; IN BRIEF. 334
Inquest opens into the death of couple; Would have celebrated her birthday. 310
International concert pianist playing at De Montfort. 369
It Runs in the Family to be presented in Kegworth. 152
Jet2.com unveils plans for new flights to Bulgaria; Firm has 34 destinations from East Midlands Airport. 304
Litter fines increased by council; Maximum fine now PS150. 322
Loughborough Lightning make it three wins in a row on Saturday night.. 452
MEMORIES MEAN THE MOST; Insurance covers the cost of replacing many of our possessions, but what about irreplaceable items? IN ASSOCIATION WITH. 581
Month-long closure ready for click and collect. 215
More Godkin's and Towles; Can you solve the mystery of the Frank Bruno tracksuit? 552
More workshops for dementia carers. 194
MP to take ME issue to Parliament; Misconceptions over illness. 439
National finals of enterprise contest; IN BRIEF. 109
Nature themed workshop invite; IN BRIEF. 107
Network is looking for young gardeners; Bid to recruit new Master Gardeners. 343
New Bradgate Park dogs on lead order; Consultation on whether to make order permanent. 389
Not singing in the rain; LETTERS Town's bus shelters not fit for purpose. 188
Nothing matters but the facts; LETTERS. 253
NOW BOOKING. 222
NOW BOOKING. 410
NOW THAT'S WHAT WE CALL PLOT DEVELOPMENT. 201
Old building's whereabouts identified. 289
Outreach sessions for youth sports; IN BRIEF. 275
Outwoods sculpture event. 131
PANORAMIC WOLDS VIEWS; Extended Walton on the Wolds farmhouse with delightful gardens and paddock. 386
Pedal power bid to help Alex's Wish; Charnwood Forest cycle ride. 352
Philatelic Society talk. 636
PLANNING APPLICATIONS. 1474
PS150,000 is earmarked for solar farm application; Cabinet approves costs. 174
Race for the Premier Division title will go to the final day; upton steel north leicestershire league. 482
Robot can solve Rubik's cube! 127
Royal congratulations to pair for developing a foody tech idea. 341
Royal Oak Shooters set the early pace; DARTS. 541
RSPB talk about new forest reserve; IN BRIEF. 162
Shadow Secretary visits the airport; IN BRIEF. 108
Shepshed close season with unbeaten sequence. 863
Sileby Swallows produce big cup upset with victory over Syston Fosseway; BOWLS. 514
Simply the best. 735
six reasons to... USE HONEY. 319
Soaring Dragons clinch title in season's opener; DRAGON BOAT RACING. 323
Sounds of the Seventies plus comedy on stage. 104
Spring symposium for guild of knot tyers; IN BRIEF. 104
St George tattoo heralds the World Cup. 637
Students 'attack police' in training; IN BRIEF. 104
Sun shines on historic festival; Donington Park event showcases the classics. 364
Superb bowling is key to Shepshed success. 269
Tales of a postman... 948
The Drifters at the Town Hall; IN BRIEF. 121
THE REAL DEAL; Is your local listed? We look at the Campaign for Real Ale's best pubs in the East Midlands for 2018. 1574
Thunder are no match for the power of Lightning (. 390
Thy Kingdom Come nine day initiative. 197
Time to go quackers for duck race to raise money for charities. 220
Town film makers create short video for LOROS; It is a powerful depiction of end of life care. 337
Uni plays host to opening Euro U17 fixtures. 303
VILLAGES. 2426
VILLAGES; If you would like to contribute to Village News, contact Andy Rush on 01509 635802 or E-mail andy.rush@reachplc.com. 2762
Violent crime in rises while police levels fall. 313
Volunteer recalls Gold Coast experience. 232
Warriors regain National League status at play offs; 'Squad has exceeded expectations'. 352
Welsh Society stages AGM. 166
WHAT'S ON. 681
What's so great about being great again? LETTERS. 723
WIN! Afternoon Tea at Cadbury World. 394
Wymeswold FC edged out in Cobbin Trophy final. 267
Wymeswold suffer heavy away defeat. 269
Wymeswold Waddle... ATHLETICS. 142
Y NOT FESTIVAL: IT'S GOING TO BE THE BEST YET! Derbyshire's Y Not Festival is back after 2017's wash-out. Hopefully the sun will make an appearance this year. Here's everything you need to know... Travel narrative 349

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