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Latest News

First Loughborough Festival of Children's Illustrated Literature to take place in 2015

28 October 2014

UK first as five-day festival to be held in the town from 22-26 October 2015

Work underway to secure planning permission for rest of GCR 'gap'

27 October 2014

Great Central Bridge Fund reaches £650,000

Grand Makeover at Mercure Leicester, The Grand Hotel

23 October 2014

Mercure Leicester, The Grand Hotel is undergoing a major investment, transforming the city’s most iconic hotel

Come and see Stoneywell before the big opening

22 October 2014

Stoneywell, the Arts and Crafts cottage in the Charnwood Forest, will be opening its doors in full to the public in February next year

VisitEngland Accolades recognise quality experiences at England's Attractions

22 October 2014

A host of attractions in England have received VisitEngland Accolades in recognition of the quality visitor experience on offer

Fit for Work: Healthy Workplace Programme - Free Support for Local SMEs

20 October 2014

Why get involved with the Healthy Workplace Programme?

VisitEngland eNews October 2014 Edition 2

17 October 2014

Welcome to the latest edition of VisitEngland eNews, a bi-monthly newsletter designed to keep you up to date on all of VisitEngland’s latest activity, news and insights

Leicester welcomes national conference organisers on exclusive familiarisation visit

16 October 2014

Showcase of Leicester's conference and events offer for 30 attendees, covering 14 national organisations from 10-12 October

King Richard III's last journey: The route is announced

13 October 2014

The route for the cortege which will transport the mortal remains of King Richard III from the University of Leicester, via Bosworth Battlefield Heritage Centre to Leicester Cathedral next March, has been announced


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