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Articles from Loughborough Echo (Loughborough, England) (May 22, 2019)

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'Every time one of our shows is performed, it is highly likely someone's first theatrical experience' Immersion Theatre. 578
'King of Waltz' returns Andre. 160
'My nan, Harriet Wright lived, at No.23'. 137
'Talk About Cancer' events are being held; At Loughborough Town Hall tomorrow. 460
'That's my dad Leonard, and Uncle Charlie'. 376
'What we do, rock and roll, is such an innocent form of music, but it stays fresh' Rod Stewart, one of rock's elder statesmen, plays Nottingham next week. GEOFF FORD speaks to him about this, his biggest UK tour. 1193
A very recognisable lane in Rothley parish. 282
A whacky, bizarre and colourful show. 410
Action in Shanghai; athletics. 113
Adventure Service awards night. 241
ALL GEEK TO ME; THE LATEST GAMING, COMICS & TECH TRENDS. 289
ALSO SHOWING. 416
Anti-social behaviour on the rise. 329
Are you taking too many painkillers? THE AVERAGE UK ADULT POPS MORE THAN 300 PILLS A YEAR. MICHELLE O'CONNOR REPORTS ON HOW RELYING ON OVER-THE-COUNTER MEDICINE COULD LEAD TO SERIOUS PROBLEMS. 171
ASK THE EXPERT; FIGHTING FOR A DIAGNOSIS. 351
ASPIRIN. 126
Bank Holiday GP reminder issued; IN BRIEF. 220
Bottles thrown at pensioner. 126
Brenda Seaton appointed borough's first citizen. 386
Building demolition plans are approved. 136
Camera crackdown on parking at schools; 21 further sites are to be enforced. 430
Canine blood bank charity launches first mobile unit; 'Gives us fantastic opportunity to reach more donors'. 451
Carbon monoxide campaign. 291
Charnwood victories; tennis. 132
Choice of rambles. 176
Church Street, Barrow and the yard where Bert was born. 180
Clubs moved to United Counties League by the FA; Designed to cut travelling costs. 356
CODEINE. 124
Cricketing milestones. 138
Defibrillator is installed at town's crematorium; To save the lives of mourners if necessary. 353
Dewsbury-Hall wins player of the season award. 333
DON'T MISS; JULIE FELIX Leicester. 108
Download's Zippo Sessions back. 467
Easter gift to town foodbank. 106
Emphatic win for 'Wold. 180
Facing a long 18 months of major A512 roadworks; Set to begin July this year as part of Garendon development A512 roadworks for 18 months. 679
Families are invited to take part in Joe's Jog fund-raiser; In memory of Joe Humphries who died at 14. 287
Festival of Animals launches at zoo. 495
Finishing touches; Completed your DIY project? Don't forget those allimportant final flourishes, says LESLEY TAYLOR. 671
Firefighter roles are up for grabs; IN BRIEF. 181
Firm's volunteers help clean up the school grounds. 157
Five star Rothley Park maintain perfect record. 587
Free drop-in workshops day. 252
Fresh bedding. 640
From the archive. 452
Fun for the whole family at Oaks in Charnwood fair; Event on Bank Holiday Monday runs from 10am-4pm. 279
GAME PLAN. 673
Get knitting to help create hospice goods. 269
Get smart and sell your home; IN ASSOCIATION WITH The housing market hots up at this time of year, so what can you do to attract a buyer? 468
Glastonbudget festival returns; IN BRIEF. 153
GREENER BLOODSTOCK. 188
Group rises to the challenge and raises PS6,000 for charity. 149
Gruesome tales for members of town history society. 300
Guest stars in RAF's first championship win over the Army; RUGBY. 342
Hahn breaks world record at Loughborough meeting; Athletics. 347
HANDY HINTS. 107
Hathern celebrate league cup final win. 254
Horrible Histories at the Town Hall; IN BRIEF. 161
IBUPROFEN. 165
Initiative aims to make town more maths confident; Maths Education Network planned. 343
Innovative creations are judged for 3M contest; Slo-Mo Marble and Fragile Freight Challenges. 614
It's a home defeat for Shepshed 1st XI. 348
KINKY BOOTS. 147
Lady president Gilly Clear wins the Hames Rose Bowl; GOLF. 213
Leigh secures two Top Ten finishes on SymCirrus debut; MOTORSPORT. 200
Lord Lieutenant's award event recognises youth achievement; 'Too often the achievements of young people go unnoticed'. 337
Loughborough Dynamo unveil pre-season plans. 257
Man imprisoned after targeting mosque with violent propaganda. 339
Milestone for new minister; First full-time in 140 years. 462
Milton's secret mission revealed! MILTON JONES. 196
New club captain leads by example at regatta... 415
New members are sought for panto and drama society. 206
NOW BOOKING. 122
On song for danceathon! Seven hour fund-raiser nets PS1,100 for dog rescue charity. 245
Onion Therapy book peels back the layers... It highlights poignant life-or-death issues. 413
OUTWOODS VIEWS. 315
PARACETAMOL. 135
PAW PATROL: MIGHTY PUPS (U) .. .. 222
Photography competition. 326
Pretty Muddy event nets charity PS163,000; Fantastic turn out for Cancer Research 'Pretty Muddy' event. 242
Project given PS798,000 grant; Countywide summer holiday activities and food programme. 343
PS30m SEND proposals given public backing in consultation; Provision includes building 50 place school on Iveshead campus. 318
QUAD'S the place. 719
Quorn AFC appoint Martin Carruthers as their new manager. 120
Quorn take heart from improvements; Cricket. 527
Rainbows Hospice launches a 'Mudnificent' fund-raiser... The new obstacle event will take place on Saturday, August 17. 241
Rainbows lottery winners revealed; IN BRIEF. 103
Restaurant/cafe bid for former pharmacy. 108
Royal Oak DP take over at the top of Division One table; DARTS. 764
Running in the family; YOU DON'T NEED TO BE SEASONED RUNNERS TO PUT IN A MARATHON EFFORT, SAYS FITNESS EXPERT RUTH LYNCH. 913
Seated exercise classes invite. 258
Series of performances at park bandstand. 187
Shepshed North move to the top of Thursday league. 864
Six more bands join the Download Festival bill. 522
Sport therapy degree launched; IN BRIEF. 132
Squash vet Wright eyeing British Open Masters crown. 209
St Bartholomew's school nets PS7,564 for Rainbows; Variety of fund-raising ideas throughout the year. 338
St John is looking for Everyday Heroes; LETTERS. 257
Stakes in and rhubarb out as the ground heats up. 286
Statement from Conservatives. 274
Steps given Tesco booster. 139
Superbikes action at Donington; MOTORSPORT. 317
THE WICK AND THE DEAD... JOHN WICK - - CHAPTER 3: PARABELLUM (15). 397
There are no superbugs in your local. 955
THIS IS DERBY! 647
Thousands turn out for the Bike and Trike show. 180
Three town drug dealers are jailed; Police Operation Lionheart result. 430
Trade damaged by roadworks claim; 'Customers have avoided the area'. 436
UN visit for student. 106
Village gardening group set to exhibit at Chatsworth House; Planter will be part of the Royal Horticultural Society Show. 236
VILLAGES. 7328
VILLAGES; Sileby If you would like to contribute to Village News, contact Andy Rush on 01509 635802 or E-mail andy.rush@reachplc.com. 322
Virtual walk around town. 560
Walk explores the history of wood; IN BRIEF. 108
Water colourist to visit art club. 306
Weather project in volunteer appeal; Initiative is currently being upgraded. 271
WHAT'S ON. 706
World record martial arts bid; IN BRIEF. 242
Young can solve the lorry drivers vacancies crisis. 271

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