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Edmund Tew cheese crowned as Supreme Champion at Artisan Cheese Awards

27 April 2018

Triumphs over 116 other finalists and over 500 cheeses following judging in Melton Mowbray on 26 April 2018

College Court receives a new award for outstanding service and standards

26 April 2018

Honoured in Hotels.com 2018 awards

Spirit of Harborough event returns for its second year

26 April 2018

Will take place on late May Bank Holiday, 26 May 2018 - full day of celebration in Market Harborough showcasing local artisan alcohol and food producers with special opportunities for local food, drink, and tastings

Food heaven at this year's Artisan Cheese Fair

25 April 2018

A festival of cheese, local produce and street food to taste and buy from
5-6 May in Melton Mowbray

May the Fourth be with you at National Space Centre

24 April 2018

For over 12 years the National Space Centre has hosted amazing family and fan weekend events to celebrate a galaxy far far away

Robin Hood wins national accolade in the Great British Pantomime Awards 2018

24 April 2018

Loughborough Town Hall and producers Little Wolf Entertainment have been celebrating as last year’s 5-star rated Robin Hood took home the award for Best Male Baddie for Lawrence Boothman’s portrayal of the Sheriff of Nottingham at this year’s Great British Pantomime Awards

UK's top cheese to be crowned at Artisan Cheese Awards 2018

24 April 2018

117 finalists and over 500 cheeses to compete for 16 category and Supreme Champion awards in Melton Mowbray on 26 April 2018

GCR Canal Bridge Appeal reaches £110,000

6 April 2018

The Great Central Railway's appeal for funds to repair a Victorian bridge in Loughborough has passed the one hundred and ten thousand pound mark