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News published April 2016

  • Local Plan moves to next stage

    Published Thursday 28 April 2016

    Councillors are set to meet in May to discuss the next stage of the Local Plan following consultation with the public.

  • Charity’s welcome boost thanks to funding

    BestLife Published Wednesday 27 April 2016

    A local charity, which supports those with long term health conditions, has been able to help more people thanks to a grant.

  • Celebrations at market after a trio of awards

    Market award Published Tuesday 26 April 2016

    Market Harborough’s town market has scooped yet another accolade completing a hat-trick of award wins in recent months.

  • ‘Take it steady’ urges new project

    Published Thursday 21 April 2016

    People over 65 years old, who may be worried about balance or mobility, are being invited to join some special sessions being launched to help them.

  • Feel Good Friday – 20 May 2016

    Published Thursday 21 April 2016

    Yoga sessions, cake and a cuppa, colouring-in for grown-ups, and a short walk are all part of a special day dedicated to celebrating positive mental health.

  • Council enforcers move in to tackle village ‘eyesore’

    Published Wednesday 13 April 2016

    Dramatic ‘before and after’ photos have been released showing a major clean up by council enforcers who tackled a residential grot-spot branded an “eyesore” by local residents.

  • New bin collection fleet flies in

    Published Tuesday 5 April 2016

    A fleet of brand new recycling and waste vehicles – all named after historic aeroplanes – will be seen out on the streets from this week.

  • Parish council set to take on recreation ground

    Published Tuesday 5 April 2016

    District councillors have agreed, in principle, to accept an offer from Great Bowden Parish Council to purchase the village’s recreation ground.

  • Taxi policy – consultation on revised policy

    Published Friday 1 April 2016

    Harborough District Council is inviting views on potential changes to its taxi licensing policy.

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