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News published July 2019

  • Grow on Space project praised as ‘exceptional’

    Published Thursday 25 July 2019

    The Grow On Space office construction project, in Market Harborough, has been praised as ‘exceptional’ in a new report.

  • Harborough Innovation Centre update

    Published Tuesday 23 July 2019

    Harborough District Council and the Chair of the Harborough Innovation Centre (HIC) Strategy Board held a productive meeting on Friday 19 July 2019 with the businesses at the HIC concerning occupancy.

  • VIP chef announced as star guest at Food & Drink Festival

    Published Friday 19 July 2019

    Thousands of food lovers are expected to flock to Welland Park to celebrate the 2019 Market Harborough Food and Drink Festival.

  • Make sure you're registered to vote

    Published Wednesday 17 July 2019

    Harborough District Council's Annual Canvas is starting and, over the coming days, look out for a 2019 Household Enquiry Form arriving on your doorstep.

  • Play area in Lutterworth set for revamp

    Published Tuesday 16 July 2019

    A popular play area in Lutterworth is set to be enhanced and updated as part of a programme of play improvements across the district.

  • Bigger and better sandpit to provide fun all year long

    Published Monday 15 July 2019

    Children can enjoy the fun of the ‘beach’, all year round, with the introduction of a newly extended and enhanced sandpit in Welland Park.

  • Major step forward in meeting housing demand

    Published Monday 15 July 2019

    A further step forward has been taken in helping make sure the right development happens in the right place across Harborough district.

  • Council offers flexibility to Innovation Centre occupants

    Published Friday 12 July 2019

    Harborough District Council will offer more time and flexibility to long-stay occupants of the Innovation Centre to ensure they can relocate to suitable office space.

  • Street name unveiled to honour WW1 hero

    Published Thursday 11 July 2019

    A hero solider, who was killed in action whilst charging an enemy patrol during World War One, has been honoured after a street near his former home in Fleckney was named after him.

  • Big crowds at town’s classic car show

    Published Tuesday 9 July 2019

    Thousands of people flocked to Market Harborough on Sunday for the Classic Car Show – one of the most popular events in the East Midlands.

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