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October 2021

Photo shows L-R: Market traders Amy Cooling and Arthur Proctor, market fairs and town centre operations manager Linda Machin, market trader Steph Smith and Cllr Jenny Bokor, Council’s lead member for Loughborough.

Loving Loughborough Markets for 800 years

15th Oct

It’s time to show your love for Loughborough Markets as part of the national Love Your Local Market campaign which launches on Saturday October 16. Charnwood Borough Council is backing the campaign and using it as an opportunity to call on people..

Deputy Mayor of Charnwood, Cllr Jenni Tillotson, the Council's lead member for Community support and Equalities, Cllr Leigh Harper-Davies with pupils and staff members at Hallam Fields Primary School at the launch of Beat the Street, South Charnwood.

Thousands join Beat the Street game in Charnwood

15th Oct

Over 2,800 people have signed up to a physical activity game which launched in the south of Charnwood earlier this month. Beat the Street encourages people to get outside and active and works by turning an area into a real-life game. Participants..

Photo shows Cllr Jenny Bokor, lead member for Loughborough at the Fair 800 exhibition.

Art exhibition opens to mark 800th anniversary year of Loughborough Fair

14th Oct

An exhibition showcasing original artwork and sketches by fairground artists has opened at Loughborough Town Hall to mark Loughborough Fair’s 800th anniversary year. The historic fair, organised by Charnwood Borough Council, is celebrating 800..

Pumpkin decorating competition

Pumpkin decorating competition at Loughborough market

12th Oct

Children are being invited to take part in a pumpkin decorating competition at Loughborough town centre on Friday October 22. Charnwood Borough Council is hosting the event as part of its continued celebrations of the 800th anniversary of the..

Photo of winners and runners-up at 2021 tenant garden competition at Loughborough Town Hall.

Council tenants receive recognition for gardening talents

6th Oct

Several Council tenants from across the borough have received awards for their gardening talents in an annual competition. The tenant garden competition, which is run by Charnwood Borough Council, was split into six different categories, to showcase..