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Kibworth Ribbon Cutting

26th September 2021 | Business

Last month local independent Opticians Edmonds and Slatter planned to celebrate its fourth practice. This official opening took place over a year after opening their doors.

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A week of climate action hope and celebration

26th September 2021 | Community

A flash flood in Kibworth and as I write, we’re having a heat wave.  And a public inquiry has just begun into the proposed opening of a deep coal mine in Cumbria that conflicts with the Government’s proposal to reach net carbon by 2050. 

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Duggie's Ramblings

25th September 2021 | Duggie's Ramblings

Is it possible that Michelle Robinson is a name that brings a person to mind? She was born and brought up by her parents, with her brother Craig in the upper storey of great aunt Robbie's house in South Chicago and there she lived with her family throughout her childhood and adolescence. Initially, she shared a room with her brother, a partition alone separated the brother and sister. As they grew into teenagers they were given separate bedrooms. The schools she attended were local, within walking distance.

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Kibworth Band

25th September 2021 | Clubs and Societies

The Band are now back to full rehearsals, whilst continuing to take Covid precautions, and are looking forward to gradually returning to normal, realistically, though, it will be some months before any indoor performances are possible.

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Save the Date for St Wilfred's

25th September 2021 | Charity, Churches

We are celebrating 25 years of fundraising, during which time the Friends have raised thousands of pounds for different projects for our lovely Church building. Our next fundraiser will be a Jazz Evening with The Fourmasons in St. Wilfrid’s Hall on Friday 26 November at 7.00 pm  Tickets £15 each (available from 1 October) to include supper. Further details in October’s Chronicle or (0116)-279-6140

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Foxton Community Choir

25th September 2021 | Uncategorised

Hoorah, at long last andwith a couple of false starts, the relaxation of rules means that the Choir can now look forward to singing together again. Resilience ought to be our middle name as we’ve used Zoom and even the Foxton Recreation ground to try to continue singing through this difficult period, so it’s great to announce that the Choir will start rehearsing again in the Church from October.

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Jenny Cowlishaw

24th September 2021 | People

Having completed her last day on Friday 27th August, it is with mixed emotions that everyone at Louise Faye Hairdressing wishes Jenny a long and happy retirement.

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