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A campaign to beat bullying and to offer support and advice to victims is gaining pace and spreading its wings.
A retired university lecturer from Market Harborough whose performance on the tennis court has been affected by his eye disease is urging people to get regular sight checks to spot early signs as part of a countywide awareness drive.
Video: KibFest 2013 video Picture gallery
While the rain held off, around 1,500 people flooded the gates of a festival held in memory of a man who died in a collision while out cycling last year.
Video: Whittle weekend was so wonderful video Picture gallery
A special exhibition exploring the work of Sir Frank Whittle showed there is still plenty of interest in the aviation pioneer more than 70 years after his jet engine first flew.
A blue heritage plaque has been unveiled at The Old House in Kibworth to mark the importance of two of its former residents, writer John Aikin and his sister, the poet and writer Anna Laetitia Barbauld.
Macmillan Cancer Support’s bright green bus will be in Lutterworth town centre next Thursday.
Two losses, two wins and a draw. That’s what the end of the season looks like on the fixtures page of lcfc.com. Sums up the season really, writes the Silver Fox.
One year on from the London Olympics and they are still serving to inspire events in the district for all the family to get involved in.
There are spaces for two more teams in a six-a-side football tournament being held this weekend.
A charity golf day is being organised by the Harborough Mail to help raise funds for a good cause at the same time as having a fun day out on the course.
Riders from 16 countries, including ten veterans from the London 2012 Olympic Games, will be at Rockingham Castle this weekend for the Brigstock International Horse Trials.
Ten boats competing in a race at Hollowell capsized after a sudden squall hit the reservoir.
From cheese and wine, to children’s art, there are plenty of activities to keep the whole family entertained in Harborough district over the next week.
People can sign up to take part in this year’s Carnival Quiz
Motorbikes and sidecars from yesteryear will be on display at Harborough Rugby Club this Saturday.
An award-winning guitarist is coming home for a fund-raising gig at Harborough’s St Dionysius Church.
A choir from Harborough Choral Society has set off to perform two concerts in France.
Spaces are available on a coach trip from Harborough to a Lowry exhibition at the Tate Britain gallery.
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Pupils from Leicester Grammar School in Great Glen helped launch Leicester Tigers’ new kit.
Arthingworth is holding its spring fair this Saturday from 1pm to 5pm.
Little Bowden Primary School is hosting a table top sale.
Firefighters attended a home in Harborough to free a person who had become trapped in a bedroom.
Friends who grew up in Harborough got together to take part in the London Moonwalk.
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Weather for Market Harborough
Thursday 23 May 2013
Temperature: 5 C to 9 C
Wind Speed: 26 mph
Wind direction: North west
Temperature: 5 C to 10 C
Wind Speed: 31 mph
Wind direction: North