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Articles from Loughborough Echo (Loughborough, England) (June 24, 2020)

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All Race for Life events are cancelled for 2020; Now charity wants people to back 'home' event. PETE WARRINGTON 307
Art and degree shows go online. 245
Back to the Future fan fulfils dream; Flying on own 'hoverboard'. LORNA HUGHES AND ED CHATTERTON 593
Boat club crews' joy at their return to water... Easing of restrictions and welcome council aid. 471
Bollywood event raises PS1,000 memorial cash for hospital. 361
Bus firms will offer credits or refunds to parents. 316
Cannabis raid on farm by police. Tom Mack 183
Charnwood jobless figures more than double in lockdown; Figures have shot up from 1,915 claimants to 4,840 claimants. ANNIE GOUK 703
Clapped out Granada running on pig manure. THE FUNNY SIDE OF LIFE WITH OUR HICK FROM THE STICKS MIKE LOCKLEY 899
Closing of community centre will have a great social impact; LETTERS. 161
Co-op initiative for cyclists. 249
College collaboration praised. 269
Community centre to close after 54 years; The late Rev David Paterson led its foundation. ANDY RUSH 509
Community well-being is put in the spotlight; Co-op grant funding now available. ANDY RUSH 375
Coronavirus risk warning for town diabetics. 355
Crime figures reported as 'low'. 261
Dad part of Covid 19 drug clinical trial; Intensive care for close to two weeks. AMY ORTON 487
Dangerous driver jailed after high speed pursuit; Eighteen month jail sentence and lengthy driving ban. SUZY GIBSON 549
Dental practices can now open for business again. 170
From the archive 50 YEARS AGO. 535
Glitch almost put dream in jeopardy. 484
Heroes are being thanked with Armed Forces Day. 367
Investigation after bag of bones pulled from river; Bones - believed to be human - found in River Soar. CIARAN FAGAN 200
Laura hoping for bestseller with lockdown book; Collaboration with 21 female authors. PETE WARRINGTON 290
Lions and GCL Hopkins unite for lockdown help; Kind gesture to help mum and daughter in a crisis. PETE WARRINGTON 340
Live technology tracker shows how busy the town centre is for shoppers. 217
LSR School games stages its first ever virtual championships. 385
Mental health conditions are put in the spotlight; Record number of children are being hospitalised. ANNIE GOUK 503
MP:'Wewilldo everything we can'. 206
Museum activities adapted for visitors to use at home. 319
New hospice service is hailed a hit; 'Home Sitting' service. PETE WARRINGTON 423
Nomination plea for Uni prizes; IN BRIEF. 184
Parents offered chance to download 'sports day'. 266
Pedal power boosts Covid-19 appeal. 390
Pedal power sees fund-raiser pass PS100,000 mark. 320
Plans for 73 acre solar farm and industrial units; Countryside area off Flesh Hovel Lane. ANDY RUSH 326
Plans to transform former colliery site are on track for autumn completion. 404
Police called out to party in Cumberland Road playing fields. 180
Police four times more likely to use force against black people. CLAIRE MILLER 393
Professor's new book aims to help with type 2 diabetes. 350
Rainbows Hospice is facing lockdown shortfall of PS1m; Fund-raising appeal launched to combat affect of lockdown. PETE WARRINGTON 529
Road closures agreed for continuation of A512 improvements. 151
RUSSELL GRANT horoscopes. 725
Saw planes towing gliders for the airbourne troops; The war time memories of Loughborough's Tom Carter. 2128
SEGRO Centenary Fund cash boost for charities; 'SEGRO giving grants that are making a real difference'. DAVID GODSALL 446
Shepshed tip to reopen on Thursday. 307
Still chance to take up borough council offer of a free advert in the Echo. 319
Students' business named best young enterprise start up in UK; Bottle to easily purify polluted water developed. ANDY RUSH 549
The Lady of Ulverscroft. Heywood 1574
They are rushing headlong towards a no deal Brexit; LETTERS. 258
Timber Festival postponed until next year, date set; IN BRIEF. 399
Two teenage girls arrested in County Lines operation; Warrants executed in Loughborough and Mountsorrel. PETE WARRINGTON 424
University jobs are set to go over budget pressures; Hoping cuts limited to voluntary redundancies. TOM MACK 451
University opening up facilities to let elite athletes train. 273
VILLAGES; If you would like to contribute to Village News, contact Andy Rush on 01509 635802 or E-mail; If you would like to contribute to Village News, contact Andy Rush on 01509 635802 or E-mail 5182
We will continue to monitor and campaign over incinerator; LETTERS. 391
When Jim Bailey sailed solo all the way across the Atlantic. 739
Youngsters get chance to compose film soundtrack. 270

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