Love Loughborough Sarah’s Charity Summer Ball in Aid of Loros Held at Shearsby Bath Rights for people with Polio and PPs ‘ad-dressed’ with help from Virgin trains! Keith Vaz MP supports calls for local funding into liver and pancreatic cancer research AEG is proud to be headline sponsor of Jamie Oliver and Alex James present The Big Feastival 2014 Charity concert in aid of Rutland's special needs children Paramedic Pip talks about Spring and Summer-time, safety tips and being prepared Leicester Charnwood Lions Club 40th Anniversary Dinner - 40 years of making a difference

Rooster Salad with Grilled Mackerel and Horse Radish

Rooster Salad with Grilled Mackerel and Horse Radish

Ingredients (Serves 4):4 fillets mackerel trimmed and pin boned4 tablespoons sour cream4 Rooster potatoes2 spring onions1 tablespoon olive oil1 stick fresh horseradishsalt, pepper, lemon juice Method: 1. Boil the potatoes in salted water until fully cooked. Leave to cool then peel.

Fairfield Preparatory School is a class above with an £8m expansion

Fairfield Preparatory School is a class above with an £8m expansion

Fairfield Preparatory School in Loughborough is laying the foundations for an £8m expansion plan to create additional learning space and a brand new Kindergarten. Work is underway at the school’s town centre site to develop the new facilities for children aged from three to eleven.

Spire Leicester Hospital is proud to mark the 25th anniversary of its opening

Wind back the clock 25 years to September 1989; it was a big day for all the staff when Spire Leicester Hospital (then Bupa Hospital Leicester) opened its hospital in Oadby to treat their first patients. Treating patients at the Hospital since day one, Consultant Ophthalmologist Mr Ray Chaudhuri has

Blaby And Whetstone Youth Club Official Opening

Blaby And Whetstone Youth Club Official Opening

On Wednesday 10th September 2014, Blaby and Whetstone Youth Club unveiled their new £700,000 facility to its members and those involved in the development work.

Loughborough On The Up

Love Loughborough

Loughborough has had a fantastic investment of over £20 million - to be transformed into a more attractive town centre for shopping and leisure. With some journeys taking only 10 minutes from Leicester train station, it's an ideal new shopping destination.

Shooting Party on Target with £250,000 for Charity

Shooting Party on Target with £250,000 for Charity

More than £250,000 has been raised by this year’s Derbyshire Charity Clay Shoot. The shoot was held at Chatsworth, with BBC Countryfile’s Julia Bradbury acting as Master of Ceremonies to 180 guns in five person teams drawn from across the country.

Harvest time is here again – so let’s celebrate on 20th September at Roots

Harvest time is here again – so let’s celebrate on 20th September at Roots

It just seems to come around quicker each year, but yes, as you read this we will be hard at harvest – with a bit of luck and if the weather is on our side we may even be finished - after a bright and sunny St Swithan’s Day we have high hopes for this years harvest and the long days and hours of cor

Walshy's 50 Birthday bash & book launch

Walshy's 50 Birthday bash & book launch

Entertainment:Comedian Jimmy Bright - Detroit Soul 9 Piece Band 2 Course Indian Platter - Walshys Life Story - Celeb Q&A Maher center, 15 Ravensbridge Drive, Leicester, LE4 0BZ

Roving tasting evening and cookery class on Thursday 25th September, 5.30-8.30pm

Come and join us at the shop for a glass of complimentary wine and sample canapés made from our pork, beef and lamb.  Come and watch Liz Moore giving cookery demonstrations and we will also be giving away some amazing deals and recipes too, so you might even go home with something for dinner or orde

Fruit Loaf by Hambleton Bakery

Fruit Loaf by Hambleton Bakery

Ingredients (Makes 1 Loaf): 200g bread flour55g caster sugar6g yeast90ml milk55g butter1 egg70g currants70g sultanas20g peel2g salt Equipment – 500g loaf tin Method:

“Fashion fades only style remains the same” Coco Chanel

Gabrielle Bonheur Chanel was born on August 19th 1883, in the charity hospital run by the Sisters of Providence in Samur, France, to an unwed mother, Eugénie Jeanne Devolle, who was a laundrywoman. Her father, Albert Chanel, was a street vendor who peddled work clothes and undergarments.

Volunteers needed, Wenlo 'RDA' Riding for the Disabled Group

Volunteers needed, Wenlo 'RDA' Riding for the Disabled Group

Every year RDA’s 18,000 volunteers help 30,000 people with disabilities discover just how much they can achieve. Why Volunteer? With the support of people like you, investing a couple of hours each week we can continue to provide life changing activities to more people who are missing out.

Blackberry and Almond Tart

Blackberry and Almond Tart

This delicious dessert is really versatile and simple to prepare when entertaining guests. The sweet almond filling contrasts perfectly with the tart blackberries. You could also customise the recipe with fresh cherries, blackcurrants or raspberries.

St James’ Church Burton Lazers Article By Elizabeth Lewin

St James’ Church Burton Lazers Article By Elizabeth Lewin

St James’ is a modest sized 12th Century church in the equally modest sized village of Burton Lazars, found to the south of Melton Mowbray. Although a typical village church in many ways, St James’ has a very surprising churchyard, in terms of particular monuments and persons interred therein.

HSBC Table Tennis Tournament

HSBC Table Tennis Tournament

HSBC, based at Grove Park, recently held their 6th annual Table Tennis Tournament, raising an incredible sum of £3,000 for LOROS and beating their total of £2,500 from last year!

Warm Chard Salad with Carrots and Balsamic Vinegar

Warm Chard Salad with Carrots and Balsamic Vinegar

It is often said that with chard you get two vegetables in one. The stalks are like a sweeter, less astringent version of celery when lightly braised as they are here. The leaves are not unlike spinach, although they hold their shape better when cooked.

AEG is proud to be headline sponsor of Jamie Oliver and Alex James present The Big Feastival 2014

Set on Alex James’ picturesque Cotswolds Farm, the food and music lovers’ festival is back with its best line-up yet of chefs and music and a jam-packed, fun-filled programme of entertainment that all the family can enjoy.

Charity concert in aid of Rutland's special needs children

Rutland Healthwatch Youth Team With Rutland Youth Council. International piano duo James Redfern & Laura Panuna