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With Wimbledon just around the corner, Harborough’s Dr Tracy Dixon has compiled a handy guide to help people avoid tennis injuries.
A copy of the Mail’s first edition from January 1854 is going under the hammer at Gildings tomorrow (Tuesday).
The former leader of Harborough Council who was suspended after he sent a letter to the Mail criticising his successor says he has no further comment to make on the issue.
Harborough District councillors are being encouraged to join social media services such as Twitter in a bid to improve communication with residents.
A celebration of volunteers has seen Harborough MP Sir Edward Garnier pay a visit to the Harborough in Bloom volunteer’s plant nursery in Welland Park.
Harborough-based company The Furniture Barn will be appearing on the new Channel 4 show ‘Hollywood Me’ this week.
A teenager is organising a table-top sale at The Langtons Cricket Club to raise money for the Matt Hampson Trust
Liz Harris held her highly successful Captain’s Day at Market Harborough GC and it was Jill Moore (22) who won the Captain’s Cup with her net 67 return.
Six of Harborough Athletic Club’s juniors competed in the LRSAA County Schools Track & Field Championships at Leicester’s Saffron Lane stadium.
Dingley ended its point-to-point season last weekend and the card provided a local winner in the form of Definite Dawn in the Dodson & Horrell PPORA Club Members race for novice riders.
The annual five a-side school Football Tournament at Market Harborough Carnival was once again a huge success.
Market Harborough captain Chris Weir has admitted that he is pleased with his side’s progress so far this season.
The Harborough Singers are being joined by The Broadway Jazz Band for a summer concert.
Homes being built on a controversial development site in Harborough are being marketed for sale.
Small businesses start all the time and with so many industry giants controlling the business world, it’s easy to forget about them. They’re an important part of the economy though, and it’s a shame that more of them don’t get the publicity they deserve.
Walking into a house on the market, buyers are looking for something more than a collection of rooms.
A church minister who is a regular on BBC Radio 4’s Today programme is visiting Harborough.
Gardens will be open for a good cause later this month.
Jennie Brownlie, Emma Marlow and Claire Brownlie made this collection of gnomes to sell at a handicrafts fair in Desborough.
Members of the Desborough and Rothwell Photographic Society were treated to another excellent photography talk on Friday (June 14).
Runners raised more than £1,200 for Cancer Research UK in memory of Harborough District councillor Janice Tooley, who died earlier this year.
Dairy firm Kirby and West is encouraging its Market Harborough customers to embrace the three Rs ahead of National Recycling Week, starting Monday (June 17).
A Girl Guide got a surprise during a talent contest when leading members of the guiding world turned up to award her a special prize.
Children from Langton Eco Club made a whale out of willow at the Langton Farm Shop, Garden Centre and Stone Company.
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Weather for Harborough
Tuesday 18 June 2013
Temperature: 14 C to 22 C
Wind Speed: 8 mph
Wind direction: North east
Temperature: 14 C to 24 C
Wind Speed: 9 mph
Wind direction: North