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First of its kind Bottesford Art Trail fast approaching

The first Bottesford Art Trail opens on Friday and runs across three venues at various times until Monday.

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Rev Kevin Ashby (right) team rector of Melton, with archaeologists interested in new finds in a field adjacent to Welby Church, from left, Mark Orridge, Sandy Saunders and Peter Watkins EMN-170524-114428001

Mounting excitement over ancient new archaeological find near Melton

Archaeologists are becoming increasingly excited about a new ancient discovery on the outskirts of Melton.

Avin a Laff Utd  and Select XI players who played in last year's Bobby Barnard Charity Cup match EMN-170524-165128001

Annual Melton charity fundraiser in memory of Bobby Barnard to go ahead on Sunday

A third annual fundraising day in memory of a stillborn baby boy will go ahead on Sunday in Melton.

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Sophie Hahn shocked by latest world record at Loughborough

Sprint superstar Sophie Hahn warmed up for the world championships in sensational style by smashing her own world record.

Leicestershire Chief Constable Simon Cole has called upon residents across the county to be vigilant after the UK terror threat level was raised this week to the highest of 'critical' in the wake of the Manchester attack which killed 22 at a music concert EMN-170524-123841001

Melton people urged to be vigilant after Manchester terror attack

Residents across the Melton borough have been urged by police to be vigilant after the UK’s terror threat was raised to the hghest level of ‘critical’.

A 4cm European hornet, dubbed the 'super wasp', which flew into the kitchen of Graham Hall's Sproxton home. The body was slightly bigger but has curled after fly spray was used. The ?1 coin illustrates the size of the insect. EMN-170524-113128001

Graham’s terrifying encounter with a ‘super wasp’ in the Vale of Belvoir

A man has described his ‘terrifying’ encounter this week with a monster insect dubbed the ‘super wasp’.

Stoke Rochford Spring Open - Adam Footitt with the McCorquodale Cup (left) and, right, Bursnell Cup winners Lee Malloy (Norwood Park)/Mark Peters (Stapleford Park) EMN-170524-124516002

Stoke Rochford Men’s Spring Open attracts record field

A record field battle it out at Stoke Rochford Golf Club’s Men’s Spring Open on Sunday.

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The site of a planning application for a commerical car wash adjacent to the Enterprise Cars premises in Nottingham Road, Melton EMN-170522-145346001

Melton firm’s car wash plans anger residents

Residents are angry about plans to build a commercial car wash at the back of their homes.

Josh Taylor and Steve Owen at the duck raffle stall raising money for Wymeswold Playgroup PHOTO: Tim Williams

Record entry in the Wymeswold Waddle and fun run as village goes quackers for duck races

Wymeswold was the place to be to enjoy a quacking good time on Sunday (May 14).

Fish O Mania qualifier Jamie Hughes EMN-170524-110922002

Lake View hosts Fish ‘O’ Mania qualifier

The rain fell all day as Lake View Fishery hosted a qualifier for one of the sport’s biggest national competitions, Fish ‘O’ Mania last Wednesday.

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Hamilton Tennis Club: Ladies’ Second team too strong for Victoria

Hamilton Tennis Club’s ladies’ second team had the best result of the week when they beat Victoria by eight sets to one.

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Little Hay GC have had a busy fortnight

Melton Gofl Club: Catlin and Cartwright win club major

Melton Golf Club senior ladies’ team secured two draws against Belton Park and Luffenham Heath.

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There's a big day of cricket in store at Hove

South Notts League: Old Dalby CC go clear with Thrumpton win

Old Dalby went 13 points clear at the top of South Notts League Division L after winning their top-of-the-table clash.

Increase in armed police and military support at key locations and events as terror threat level raised to ‘critical’

Increase in armed police and military support at key locations and events as terror threat level raised to ‘critical’

With the UK terror threat level being raised to ‘critical’, police are continuing to urge residents to be vigilant.

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Melton juniors make step-up to the big stage

Young footballers from Mowbray Rangers and Melton Foxes put their local rivalries aside to travel together and support each other at the ESF Festival of Football last weekend.

Holwell Sports Bowls Club president Richard Batsford welcomes guests and club players before the centenary games EMN-170523-143155002

Bowls England help Holwell Sports mark 100th season

Holwell Sports Bowls Club began their centenary season celebrations in the sunshine on Sunday with the first of three special matches.

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Leicester City ace Jamie Vardy puts his Melton house on the market for record price

A year ago it was the place where Leicester City’s stars gathered to celebrate winning the Premier League title.

Steve Jeal (Melton NFU Mutual senior group secretary) and (right) Simon Fisher (NFU county advisor for Leicestershire, Northamptonshire and Rutland) prepare to watch the first auction in the new livestock building at Melton Cattle Market EMN-170523-160346001

Farmers give their approval to impressive new Melton Cattle Market livestock building

Farmers gave a thumbs-up to a new multi-million pound livestock building at Melton Cattle Market as they got their first use of it today (Tuesday).

A mobility scooter stolen from a disabled woman in Melton EMN-170523-134324001

Disabled Melton woman confined to home after thief steals her mobility scooter

A disabled Melton woman has had her mobility scooter stolen leaving her confined to home with no means of getting about.

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