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 updatePublished 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 FestivalPublished 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 votePublished 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 revampPublished 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 longPublished 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 demandPublished 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 occupantsPublished 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 heroPublished 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 showPublished 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.