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  • Yellow Pumpkin wins starring role at the BAFTAs

    By JaneLE16 at 13:42 on 27/02/14
    Yellow Pumpkin directors Jane and Richard Booth with their bespoke-designed BAFTA table mats
    Leicestershire tableware design company Yellow Pumpkin got the red carpet treatment recently when they were asked to supply bespoke table mats for the official dinner of the EE British Academy Film Awards, held at the prestigious Grosvenor House in London. This is the third year that the Great Easton company has supplied BAFTA with specially designed table mats and this year they produced 25 themed mats featuring stills from '12 Years...

    By HannahPries at 15:42 on 25/02/14
    Health Through Warmth
    With a month of freezing temperatures predicted*, a local warmth scheme, which is available to vulnerable people in Market Harborough to help with heating and insulation measures, is raising awareness of the link between cold homes and ill health. Cold temperatures can have a detrimental effect on health, for example increasing the risk of chest infections and circulatory problems. With this in mind, npower Health Through Warmth is...
  • Harborough businesses pledge support to local music charity

    By JaneLE16 at 11:15 on 21/02/14
    GBRT's Andrew Cartwright with Ed Moncrief (2th Dental) and Jane Smith (LE16 Communications)
    Local PR agency LE16 Communications and Harborough dental practice 2th Dental are supporting GBRT, a local music charity. The GBRT (Great Bowden Recital Trust) aims to get people, especially youngsters, involved in music. They provide funding to young people in south Leicestershire and north Northamptonshire for instrumental and vocal tuition. The charity also runs choirs and ensembles for young people and adults, as well as...

    By WilkoTeam1 at 09:49 on 19/02/14
    C:\fakepath\Left to right - Judith, Eve, June, Sue (store manager) Christine and Jo outside the store
    Wilko on St Marys Place, Market Harborough, celebrated its 20th anniversary with a special birthday event this weekend. Team members welcomed customers into the store to join in the fun, where there was free face painting, children's crafts and plenty of birthday cake for customers to enjoy. The event also marked a special milestone for store manager, Sue Waterfield, who also celebrated 20 years of service at the Market Harborough...
  • Christmas Comes Early at East Midlands' First Arts Academy

    By redbrickers at 13:03 on 13/12/13
    C:\fakepath\Some of AEDA's younger students dress the Christmas tree
    Students and staff at East Midlands' first dedicated performing arts academy celebrated the success of its first term with an open day for parents to showcase pupils' progress to date. AEDA The Arts Academy is based in Nottingham's new Creative Quarter. The academy opened in September 2013. It has run over 240 classes in its first term with more than 60 students each week taking part in acting and drama, musical theatre and all forms...

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