It’s time to shake off the winter blues and get set for adventure this spring. As temperatures and daylight hours increase the opportunities for freedom, relaxation and exploration do too.
Underwear goes high-tech and safety conscious with the launch of new menswear brand, Wireless Armour, which is backed by Richard Branson’s Top 10 Back of the Envelope Start Up Ideas.
For lovers of good food who live in the countryside, the murder mystery dinner party is an ideal way in which to bond with friends and neighbours while indulging a love of fine food and wine.
Following organ donation which saved his life. Bodie Hodges Foundation to use inaugural festival to encourage Midlanders to become donor card holders
Financial advice from Leicester’s leading accountants is helping to keep Britain’s last Vulcan Bomber in the air. Vulcan to the Sky, a Hinckley-based charity that has restored the last flying Avro Vulcan aircraft (XH588) and relies largely on public donations, has called on Newby Castleman to help i
Miller Homes is once again giving local sports clubs across Leicestershire the opportunity to win a fantastic £500. For the third successive year, the leading UK housebuilder will be encouraging local clubs and organisations within the Midlands to enter the competition by collecting an application f
Triumph Sports Six Club (TSSC) is gearing up for the most important weekend in its calendar, TriumFest UK 2014. Celebrating all things Triumph from the 26th-27th July, it is held at Donington Park, a location synonymous with motor sport heritage.
Local music charity the Great Bowden Recital Trust (GBRT) is launching a sponsored ‘Learn to Play’ programme to give 50 local people the opportunity to learn a brass, woodwind or string instrument for the very first time. This exciting initiative is backed by Waitrose Market Harborough, which has aw
A new event on the scenic tour calendar for classic cars, raised £1800 for LOROS in 2013. Andrew Duerden, organiser of the Welland Valley Wander, handed over the cheque to Adrian Walker of LOROS at Kilworth House Hotel.
Coming of age with 21 years of publishing and reaching the 100th edition of Countryside La Vie is no mean feat, especially as the world continues to change, the country has seen both boom and bust and technology has changed the way we live our lives right down to how we receive our news – so it make
Serving personnel and veterans worked alongside experienced archaeologists from the Defence Infrastructure Organisation (DIO), the Defence Archaeology Group (DAG) and staff and students from the University of Leicester, on excavations of Whitewall Brake Roman building complex within the MOD’s Caerwe
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Demonstrating their shared vision of pioneering spirit, technological innovation and sense of adventure, the ground breaking partnership was announced against the backdrop of SpaceShipTwo, the world’s first commercial passenger carrying spacecraft, together with Land Rover’s new Discovery Vision Con