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.
Friends who grew up in Harborough got together to take part in the London Moonwalk.
The Rev Richard Brand was ‘revived’ by 1st Foxton Scouts during a family service held at Lubenham Church.
Members of the Desborough and Rothwell Photographic Society met to see the results of the 2013 Rushden Open Exhibition on Friday.
Artistic Hallaton Primary School pupil Lydia Bell saw her work on display in the Houses of Parliament.
An open gardens event in Tilton on the Hill raised hundreds of pounds for good causes.
The Market Harborough Lifeboat Guild held its annual meeting at The Angel Hotel in Harborough recently followed by a lunch where the guest speaker was Jthe Royal National Lifeboat Institution’s fundraising and communications director ames Vaughan.
Cynthia Evans spoke about a life spent in the catering industry at a recent meeting of Ullesthorpe WI.
A Harborough bar is hosting a singles evening in aid of the Derbyshire, Leicestershire and Rutland Air Ambulance next Thursday.
Model railway enthusiasts are in for a treat at Medbourne Village Hall on Saturday.
Stoke Albany crowned its May Queen in the continuation of a tradition stretching back more than 100 years.
Sutton Bassett hosts its annual fete this Saturday.
Youngsters from Harborough are being asked to learn the art of knitting and join in with a charity challenge from this month to help raise money for the Cystic Fibrosis Trust.
The Friends of Launde Abbey will be presenting ‘Singing for Fun’ in concert at Barkby Church, at 3pm on Sunday.
Friends from Kibworth are taking part in a marathon night walk to raise money for Cancer Research.
A talk on the history of Taylor’s Bell Foundry by Robert Bracegirdle is the subject of Great Bowden Historical Society’s next meeting at 7.30pm on Monday.
A Harborough woman is taking on three open water swims in aid of charity this year.
Pupils from Pitsford Junior Schoo celebrated the first birthday of their £2m school.
A hardy team from Desborough lingerie firm Eveden were among those taking on the Tough Mudder assault course.
Floral arrangements will be demonstrated by Richard Twistleton in Lubenham next Thursday.
Cyclists will be setting off from the Langton Brewery in Thorpe Langton on Saturday for a fundraiser in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support.
Cameras at the ready – Specsavers in Market Harborough is teaming up with the Mail for a spec-tacular photographic competition.
With the arrival of Spring, finally, many of us are of course delighted, but how many people dread this time of year when pollen levels increase?
A pottery expert gave a talk at Great Bowden Heritage and Archaeology group.
A charitable Harborough group presented a youth project with a £200 donation.
Scores of photographic prints by the late Trevor Ashby were shown to members of the Desborough and Rothwell Photographic Society at a meeting on Friday.
The following were winners in Bowden Cricket Club’s April 2013 Big Hit Members Draw: £200 No.29 J.Sullivan, £50 No.66 T.Banks and £10 each to No.88 G.Vile, No.13 D.Coleman, No.75 B.Perkins, No.40 R.Osborne and No.12 B.Morris.
Lubenham WI will welcome Caroline Redman Lusher - singer, musician and composer - at their June 4 meeting.
Harborough’s Jubilee Foodbank has thanked members and staff at Harborough’s branch of Curves Gym for donating their annual food drive.
Leire WI were entertained by Graham Johnson who gave a lively talk about his experiences as a caterer.
Enjoy fabulous views of the beautiful Welland Valley with the Waendel Walkers Club on Sunday.
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Weather for Harborough
Friday 24 May 2013
Temperature: 4 C to 11 C
Wind Speed: 25 mph
Wind direction: North west
Temperature: 5 C to 16 C
Wind Speed: 12 mph
Wind direction: North