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April 10, 1917 – Devastating news for parents on soldier son's birthday

Chas Capell and his wife of Coventry Road, Market Harborough, were all set to quietly mark the 19th birthday of their son George even though he was serving in France. 530 more words

Eating out: Mercado Lounge

As promised, I have put together a little review of our favourite family eating place in Market Harborough – Mercado Lounge.

Location: Mercado Lounge, Edinburgh House, Abbey Street, Market Harborough LE16 9AA… 340 more words


Market Harborough - BOOKED

Market Harborough Carnival of Running Half Booked for 10th June… Bring on the sun shine

Market Harborough

January 16, 1917 – Soldiers say heart-warming thanks to Santa

Santa’s little helpers in Harborough have been sent a flood of thank you letters from town soldiers stationed all over the world.

The January 16, 1917, edition of the… 570 more words

Martin Johnson Casts A Shadow Over Welford Road

This week has seen the sacking of Richard Cockerill as the Leicester Tigers supremo and Aaron Mauger take over as the interim boss.  Leicester sacked Cockerill on Monday after consecutive league defeats to Exeter and Saracens, that followed closely from the record 38-0 European loss at MunsterMauger admitted contrasting coaching strategies with Cockerill contributed to the former England hooker’s Welford Road departure – but insisted there is no divide among the club’s players. 41 more words


January 9, 1917 – 76-year-old hustler’s string of frauds comes to an end in Harborough

Police in Market Harborough claimed a coup when they caught a career criminal who had evaded officers from around the country.

According to the Market Harborough Advertiser’s… 511 more words

December 26, 1916 – The cartoon character horrors of war summed up in one man’s story

Corporal J Satchell is an ordinary man but his army life reads more like a Tom and Jerry cartoon where the characters get battered and bumped off in a variety of ingenious ways – only to bounce back with a cheery grin. 472 more words