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Articles from Loughborough Echo (Loughborough, England) (March 13, 2019)

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'Councillors' website photomontage is unacceptable' LETTERS. 175
'Don't expect Kevin from Grimsby - it's me in a completely different light' ROCK OF AGES Nostalgic for the rock of the Eighties? Kevin Clifton, of Strictly fame, is starring in the smash-hit musical Rock Of Ages when it comes to Nottingham in April and Leicester in June. And he's ready to rock your socks off. 1786
'I got set upon by very attractive ladies in Nottingham' David Gray is about to hit the road. He talks to KEVIN COOPER. 1808
'Not the only one to have used a photomontage' LETTERS. 209
'This snuff box has tripled in value'. 802
11,000ft skydive on her 70th birthday; Lesley fund-raising for two charities. 421
A Knockout event to boost hospice funds; Like a school sports day for adults. 239
A tough day for Town 2nds but promotion still possible. 389
A wealth of knowledge. 170
Able to sit back and relax. 358
ALIVE AND KICKING! 661
ALL GEEK TO ME; THE LATEST GAMING, COMICS & TECH TRENDS. 307
ALL ROUND TO LUKE'S HOUSE! 555
ALSO SHOWING. 425
Amanda's 'murder' joke is just plain ob-Knox-ious. 208
Ambassadorial role for Paralymic athlete. 256
An enjoyable mixture with LAOS and The Producers. 406
Another version of the magic tree legend; LETTERS. 183
Artist stages event at Cope Auditorium. 129
ASK THE EXPERT; WHAT IS CMV AND HOW DANGEROUS IS IT FOR BABIES? 335
At 37, I'm the healthiest I've ever been.... I'm finally living my Best life; Once famed for his party-boy antics, Calum Best has been on a long journey of self-improvement. He tells GABRIELLE FAGAN why he's never felt better. 1065
Baby snake found dumped outside town cafe. 244
Bradagte 'scharacters. 120
Burglar at garage - man identified in CCTV. 149
BUSTING MYTHS ABOUT HEADLICE. 137
Capriccio Ensemble performing at lunch concert. 142
Cassandra's mystery; Actress Gwyneth Strong, of Only Fools And Horses fame, is bringing the angry Mrs Boyle to life as legendary whodunnit The Mousetrap comes to Nottingham. She reveals what it's like to star in this genuinely iconic Agatha Christie play. 767
Catalytic converter thefts reported; IN BRIEF. 208
CCTV cameras are set to be installed in town centre; Multi-agency project will be realised by end of March. 540
Charity riding high as one of best places to work in the UK; YST is 29th in '100 Best Not for Profit Companies to work for list'. 567
Charity welcomes Heidi to the team. 258
Child eating disorder admissions revealed. 203
College teenager invited to trials with Coventry City. 237
Commuting led to millionaire success; Daily trip to London prompted life decision. 484
Creative suggestions chosen as names for the new gritters. 293
CUL-DE-SAC SETTING. 336
Dangerous pavements outside the town building societies; LETTERS. 129
Dazzling show heads to castle. 469
Defence College set for closure; PS38m school opened in 2005 is not 'value for money'. 480
DON'T MISS. 215
Double bronze joy; badminton. 113
Dragon Boat teenager in Thailand appeal; World championship sponsor plea. 408
Early movies with musical accompaniment. 250
Enjoying the sunniest February on record... Had 141 hours of sunshine. 504
Expensive homes in the spotlight; IN BRIEF. 186
Fascinating map from library in all its glory. 207
Fennel Street Club charity quiz night; IN BRIEF. 110
Flood Fair invite this weekend; IN BRIEF. 315
Four police officers to be given awards for bravery; Quartet braved hostile crowd to save life of teenager. 483
four reasons to... EAT PARSNIPS. 120
Foxes overcome an early deficit to beat Chichester. 371
From the archive. 475
Go off grid in Lanzarote; SIMON MURFITT takes a green break in a red hot Canary Islands destination. 950
He's like a Hurricane. 196
Heady heady 80 ws hedy. 797
HEALTH NOTES. 378
HOLDING OUT FOR A HEROINE. 560
Hospice lottery; IN BRIEF. 107
Hotel room suggests Damien Hirst has finally jumped the shark. 147
I adore Mo. I'd go back to Holby city every year if I could; Chizzy Akudolu is turning diva for side-splitting stage play Edmond de Bergerac, but tells MARION MCMULLEN she'll always be known as Dr Mo. 878
I'VE HAD TO CONVINCE TOMMY TO LOVE MY STYLE; GABRIELLE FAGAN takes a look inside the new home of TOWIE power couple Georgia Kousoulou and Tommy Mallet now that it's had a makeover. 974
Impressive medal haul for town club; Swimming. 277
Innovators deadline is approaching; Submit forms by March 22. 514
INTRODUCING... 391
It's a big, bad world - it's ok to not be ok; NE half of country-pop under their belts already, and yet Sisters Lizzy and Catherine Ward Thomas have been described as "Britain's first country stars", and with good reason, after their 2016 album Cartwheels topped the charts. Lizzy talks to LUCY MAPSTONE. 1014
It's best to tech a little help on your run; Make the miles go faster with these handy apps and podcasts, says LIZ CONNOR. 852
John of Gaunt will be the topic of talk; IN BRIEF. 146
John Rippin's steamy memories. 531
Keep up the good work... Don't give up on your healthy start to 2019, says fitness expert DANNY DRYSON Some of the best foods which are high in protein. 974
Landmark Queen's Park tree to be axed; Horse Chestnut is in poor health. 313
Lightning slay the Dragons in fourth victory in a row; Netball. 570
Lights go out but town side seal win; RUGBY. 699
More top Splendour acts revealed. 640
Most popular UK race circuits are revealed. 247
MP is backing apprenticeships; IN BRIEF. 106
New SEND youth group launched in Loughborough. 245
New special free school in Shepshed; Department for Education announcement. 349
Nicola eager to promote body positivity with pageant role... Using platform as Miss Nottingham Curve 2019 for good causes. 452
No arrests yet over Freehold Street stabbing. 198
NOW BOOKING. 336
Ofsted report for Woodbrook Vale; IN BRIEF. 207
Person dies after being hit by a train. 190
PLANNING APPLICATIONS. 1528
Plans for 440 student flats in town passed; Dramatic vote and debate on whether apartments are needed. 668
Plaque unveiled at former factory site of infamous Luddite attack. 174
Police appeal after coin theft. 137
Premier Division leaders Greenhill YC drop two points; upton steel north leicestershire league. 384
Pudsey surprise for Oxley. 105
Quarter finals of Cup and Shield are held; DARTS. 464
Queen that never was. 224
QUICK BITES. 124
Radio 1 DJ special visit to Butthole Lane. 151
Rally victory for Smith at Donington; motorsport. 224
Residents urged to volunteer to help new community centre; The Grange Park project is starting to take shape. 482
Scam warning leaflet goes out. 266
Senior England Sevens coach offers training and tips to college players; RUGBY. 172
SHOW BUZZ; ALL THE LATEST FROM THE WORLD OF ENTERTAINMENT. 244
Some like it hot! They are traditionally eaten on Good Friday, but we think hot cross buns are a treat to savour right now. Slather with butter and enjoy... 327
SOUND JUDGEMENT; THE LATEST ALBUM RELEASES RATED AND REVIEWED. 324
Starter boxes supplied to help the homeless. 218
Tales at the Watermill returns this week. 135
tech that... A ROUND-UP OF THE LATEST NEWS IN THE DIGITAL WORLD. 375
the food of love. 110
THE KINDERGARTEN [...]. 222
The star mangled banner; While Trump plays to fans, investigations heat up... but can Congress stop him before he tarnishes all that America stands for? 498
The Zouch Band perform in Coal and Canals. 204
Tough going for Shepshed Dynamo against league leaders Ilkeston; FOOTBALL. 554
Town Ladies now sit in second place with automatic promotion possible. 757
Town Men's 3rd XI start well but are defeated by Derwent. 300
Treasurer stole PS60,000 from the town sea cadets; Charity left virtually penniless after mum helped herself. 805
University's week of creative STEM events. 300
Unrealistic suggestion of a new town on power station site; LETTERS. 310
Up and coming youngsters given JHMT 'Inspire Awards' Quartet given grants to help with costs of ongoing development. 682
User ordered drugs through the post; Package intercepted at sorting office. 303
Variety show follows on success of another. 230
VILLAGES. 2708
Volunteers are needed for Diabetes UK research. 347
Wallhead to feature on Pietrini fight night; mixed martial arts. 145
Warning issued about cold callers; IN BRIEF. 121
Warriors still in a strong position. 247
Watches stolen in house raid. 150
What does your tongue say about your health? LIZ CONNOR discovers what to look out for, according to an expert O. 770
WHAT'S ON. 733
Wood all set to race in European GT4 series; Motorsport. 371
World Book Day gift from Morrisons. 204
Worship with a Classical Flavour; IN BRIEF. 103
WWI play to be performed again; IN BRIEF. 160
YOUNG 'UNS GO FOR IT; House price rises mean parents and grandparents can release some equity to help first-time buyers onto the property ladder. 610
Young and old enjoy family fun day at Steps... 'We believe in inclusivity and really enjoy these occasions'. 433
YOUR ART. 145

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