New Genetic Targets Discovered In Fight Against Muscle-Wasting Disease Local disabled children to enjoy life in the fast lane following bumper charity day at Silverstone Commemorating the sixtieth anniversary of the signing of the 1954 Anglo/Egyptian treaty Miss Rutland Finals Raise Funds for Charity at Barnsdale Lodge Hotel Join The Gruffalo's Child on her forest adventure Fantastic F-Type Coupe by Chris Russon Jamie’s Match Ball Held at Croft Farm Newton Harcourt attended by friends & family in aid of Hope against Cancer

Baked Peppers

Baked Peppers

This simple, yet flavoursome recipe is ideal as a starter, lunch or supper dish. Serve as either an accompaniment, or with salad leaves or crusty bread as a tasty supper alternative. Serves 4 Ingredients:

Celebrating 30 years of Glenfield Hospital

Celebrating 30 years of Glenfield Hospital

This October, Glenfield Hospital Celebrated 30 years and to mark the occasion a party was arranged for members of staff, past and present.

Leicester Rotary Club raises over £16,500 to fight polio

Leicester Rotary Club raises over £16,500 to fight polio

Leicester Rotary Club, organisers and hosts, of the 28th RIBI ROTARY CLUB GOLF CHAMPIONSHIP are delighted to announce that this year's competition raised over £16,500 for Rotary's End Polio Now campaign.

A Cheesy Taste of Science

The National Space Centre is launching a brand new "foodie" event for visitors to enjoy. This adults only night kicks off with CHEESE CLUB and is a must for anybody who likes/loves/dreams about cheese.

Kiwi Mint Lemonade

Kiwi Mint Lemonade

So refreshing! If you don't have mint, try fresh lemon balm. The lemonade is also delicious without the herbs. Or try a splash of vodka! Ingredients: 1 cup (250 ml) water1/2 (125 ml) cup granulated sugar1/2 (125 ml) cup packed fresh mint leaves3 California kiwifruit2 to 3 lemonsSparkling water

Heartsafe, what is the programme about?

Heartsafe, what is the programme about?

The programme aims to ensure that every young person passing through secondary education in the City and County schools is provided with training in Emergency Life Support, including vital cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR), and the use of an Automated External Defibrillator (AED).

FreeTyre Safety Checks For Leicestershire Motorists

Drivers in Leicestershire are being offered the opportunity to ensure their car’s tyres are in a safe state and fit to cope with the worst possible weather this winter as part of a national road safety campaign.

Sumptuous Winter Fare from Clarke’s

Sumptuous Winter Fare from Clarke’s

Clarke's of Queniborough tell us that they have had a remarkable summer with their home made burgers and kebabs proving to be ever popular. But with the clocks going back and the Autumn nights drawing in our thoughts turn to winter warmers to keep our tummies full and warm.

The Spice ‘Cinnamon’ May Help Fight Parkinson’s

The battle against Parkinson’s disease has a new backer in the form of Cinnamon. Scientists have found that the spice is the source of a chemical that can protect the brain.

Broccoli & Cheddar Souffle

Broccoli & Cheddar Souffle

This is an impressive dish that is much easier to make than people think, just follow the tips and enjoy! Serves 6 Ingredients:

Hope Against Cancer 2015 Cycle Challenge-The Launch

Hope Against Cancer 2015 Cycle Challenge-The Launch

Are you looking for a cycling challenge in 2015? If so we would like to invite you to the launch of The HOPE Against Cancer “Italian Job” The evening will be hosted by Ed Stagg from BBC Radio Leicester with HOPE's Chief Executive Nigel Rose. Martin Johnson, Patron of HOPE will also be joining us.

The Lord Taverners And Warning Zone Cheque Presentation

The Lord Taverners And Warning Zone Cheque Presentation

A celebratory presentation event was hosted recently at More restaurant, London Road, Leicester by representatives of the Lords Taverner’s East Midlands fund raising committee chaired by local business adviser Ian Guyler.

Heartlink Celebrates ECMO’S 25th Anniversary at Hinckley Island Hotel

Heartlink Celebrates ECMO’S 25th Anniversary at Hinckley Island Hotel

Heart link children's charity held the ECMO 25 years celebration dinner on Saturday 30th August at the Hinckley Island Hotel. Consultants, nurses and volunteers attended including Professor Bartlett the inventor of ECMO who came over from America.

Join The Gruffalo's Child on her forest adventure

Families across England are invited into the deep dark wood this autumn and winter to find The Gruffalo’s Child, who has followed The Gruffalo out of his comfortable cave for a forest trail adventure.

Fantastic F-Type Coupe by Chris Russon

ENZO Ferrari described the E-Type Jaguar as the most beautiful car in the world. Yet the E-Type that Jaguar founder Sir William Lyons first showed off at the Geneva Motor Show back in 1961 was a fixed head coupe while the open top roadster waited in the wings.