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.
As I sit looking out of the window searching for inspiration for this column, the wind is howling, the temperature has dropped and the brief glimpse of summer we saw recently seems to be a long distance memory.
From a seller’s perspective, finding a willing and able buyer at an acceptable price appears to be the key to success in selling a property. .
Like most men, if I ever get the job of doing the supermarket shop, there are some things I will always buy on price; like “own brand” toothpaste and washing up liquid. .
The Mail is delighted to be helping to launch a fantastic new initiative that will help spark new business and further prosperity in the district.
The Council of Mortgage Lenders recently confirmed the percentage of first-time buyers in the property market are at a five-year high.
The future is looking bright for Harborough estate agency Henderson Connellan following their recent office refurbishment and addition of a new sales team member.
A new gym has opened in Harborough providing members with a number of novel new ways to get fit.
A joinery trainee from Lutterworth achieved success in a prestigious trade competition.
Strutt & Parker’s ninth national Open House Day took place last month and showed that confidence may be returning to the housing market with a record £50 million worth of offers coming in for properties registered with the firm.
A new initiative which is hoping to inspire bussinessmen and women in Harborough district is proving popular just one week after it launched.
Harborough Mail publisher Johnston Press reported its first increase in operating profit for nearly seven years yesterday in spite of the challenging economic environment.
A beauty salon has celebrated moving into new premises in Harborough town centre.
With six weeks left until the gates open for the 56th annual Blaston Show on Sunday, June 30, businesses are showing their support for the event.
Video: Spot your fish video
A school of fish is floating to Leicester after hundreds of people in Harborough joined together to support a Leicestershire Craft Centre project.
A chartered quantity surveying firm in the Harborough district is proud to announce the opening of a new £50m shopping park which it has been involved with since the project’s inception.
Film and game retailer Blockbuster is ramping up its investment in promotional activity to drive consumers into its Harborough store.
Independents are still playing a big part in Harborough’s street scene as town centre businesses come and go.
The new Spark initiative, launched in the Mail today, is designed to generate jobs, encourage entrepreneurism and boost the local economy.
People can hold a stall at Harborough’s indoor Mark Hall for £10 as part of a scheme to celebrate our markets.
Enjoy a cuppa and a cake in aid of the Red Cross at a Husbands Bosworth vintage and retro shop this week.
A Harborough solicitor is supporting Rainbows Hospice for Children and Young People by taking part in its Make a Will Month.
A garden centre held a successful open day recently.
Traders say they are hopeful for a bright future for Harborough’s market after details of a £410,000 renovation of the building were revealed.
The team at LloydsPharmacy in Station Street, Kibworth, officially opened a new concept in pharmacy last Thursday.
Advertising agency Aylesworth Fleming has been appointed by county house-builder Davidsons to support its marketing team with press, broadcast and online media work.
A family-run accountancy firm is celebrating a decade of providing services to small and medium-sized businesses in the Harborough area.
A community-minded taxi firm is helping collect donations for the British Heart Foundation and Oxfam.
Lingerie and swimwear design and manufacturer Eveden - the firm responsible for market leading brands such as Freya and Fantasie - is celebrating after it was presented with two prestigious awards at the Midlands BVCA Awards.
Most pubs have their fair share of regulars, but one regular at The Royalist pub in Harborough has long overstayed his welcome.
Traders at Harborough’s Market Hall will have to wait until next year for improvements to the building.
A brewery is raising a glass to the Food and Drink iNet (Innovation Network) after being given a grant to help with expansion plans.
A new dance studio will be offering students everything from ballet and street dance to musical theatre and singing tuition.
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Weather for Market Harborough
Thursday 23 May 2013
Temperature: 4 C to 10 C
Wind Speed: 21 mph
Wind direction: North west
Temperature: 5 C to 10 C
Wind Speed: 28 mph
Wind direction: North