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Melton Catholics launch battle to save town’s historic church

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NEWSFLASH: Princess Anne to visit Melton to open new cattle market building

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AUDIO: Warning as woman calls 999 to ask for advice about broken egg

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Row event for Parkinson's UK. Pictured is Margaret Cramp (left), other participants and Mayor of Melton Tejpal Bains PHOTO: Supplied

Melton leisure centre row event raises money for Parkinson’s UK

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Melton Round Table’s Santa float raised £3,000 for good causes

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Get on board and help Melton’s Swallowdale Primary School convert bus into comfy reading space

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Dancer from Long Clawson praises Nottingham programme for career start

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Charity invites Melton families and residents to apply to receive a new laptop free of charge

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NEWSFLASH: Police launch investigation into vicious dog attack in Melton

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Toddler rescued by passing motorists after car ends up in a ditch near Melton

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Toddler rescued by passing motorists after car ends up in a ditch near Melton

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Four vehicles involved in collision on A46 near Six Hills

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Driver taken to hospital after car ends up in a ditch at Old Dalby

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Four Lynx helicopters wihich buzzed Tilton in a commemorative flypast to mark the aircraft's decommissioning
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Poignant flypast for Tilton villagers

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Ambulance crew attends after vehicles collide at Shoby crossroads

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NEWSFLASH: Police launch investigation into vicious dog attack in Melton

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Toddler rescued by passing motorists after car ends up in a ditch near Melton

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A photo posted by Leicestershire Police showing the aftermath of a multiple vehicle road traffic collision on the northbound A46 at Six Hills on Sunday EMN-180122-132504001

Four vehicles involved in collision on A46 near Six Hills

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Melton police chief steps up fight against crime

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Get on board and help Melton’s Swallowdale Primary School convert bus into comfy reading space

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Male members of the cast rehearsing Footloose PHOTO: Supplied

Melton’s John Ferneley College presents Footloose

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The overall champions of last year's Young Writer competition - Brownlow pupil Izabella Roberts receives the winners shield from Rotarian Maggie Saunders and head teacher Damien Turrell PHOTO: Supplied

Melton Rotary clubs want creative children to enter youth competitions

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Dance teaching company in Syston for primary schools supporting children’s hospice charity

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Sabrina Tate, Melton Mowbray Lions president presents a cheque for �250 to Julie Hopkins, head teacher of Waltham on the Wolds Primary School PHOTO: Supplied

Melton Lions donate £250 to Waltham Primary School to help pay for outdoor stage

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NEWSFLASH: Princess Anne to visit Melton to open new cattle market building

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Charity invites Melton families and residents to apply to receive a new laptop free of charge

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Melton hotel still faces an uncertain future

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Four Lynx helicopters wihich buzzed Tilton in a commemorative flypast to mark the aircraft's decommissioning
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Poignant flypast for Tilton villagers

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MP demands police act after vicious Melton dog attack

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Four Lynx helicopters wihich buzzed Tilton in a commemorative flypast to mark the aircraft's decommissioning
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Poignant flypast for Tilton villagers

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Busy Melton back road to close to traffic for up to nine weeks

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Public toilets in St Mary's Way in Melton which are set to be demolished to make way for upgraded new facilities EMN-180115-152411001

Work to rebuild Melton public toilet blocks delayed by eight weeks

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Horses from the Household Cavalry and service personnel from Melton's Defence Animal Centre visit a service at the Welby Lane Mission Church. Pastor Sam Osborne and his wife Jenny are pictured feeding the horses EMN-180115-102445001

Cavalry horses cause quite a stir in Melton church car park

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Iceland announces plastic-free packaging plan

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Melton Council's Raman Selvon with the huge mound of recyclable materials discarded by Melton residents over the festive season, at the Lake Terrace tip EMN-180801-172025001

Melton residents urged to stop contaminating their recycling bins

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Burton Lazars Church to get a major new look

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The Bishop of Leicester takes part in a service for the grand reopening of St Mary's Church in Melton
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Bishop helps usher in a new era at Melton’s historic church

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Melton poultry owners ordered to take protection measures after new bird flu scare

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The Melton unit of St John Ambulance is appealing for more volunteers EMN-180117-154928001

More volunteers sought by Melton St John Ambulance unit

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Andrew Ogleby, who is having treatment for cancer, with his sister Sarah Jane and their father Richard EMN-180115-115455001

Family and friends rally behind Asfordby man diagnosed with cancer on his birthday

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New prices announced for leisure centres in Melton

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VIDEO: More than half of workers believe they have caught a bug from a poorly colleague

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