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A place to carve stone

9th January 2021 | Business

Stone carving is thought to be the oldest form of art, dating back thousands of years into the Stone Age. Our ancient ancestors chipped away at stone to make new shapes, creating something personal and with meaning, from the oldest and most durable material on earth.

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Kibworth Mortgages.

23rd December 2020 | Business

My name is Chris Roberts and I started Kibworth Mortgages in January 2017 to provide friendly and professional services to aid clients to arrange mortgages and insurance needs. I am a local lad who was born and grew up in Kibworth. I started Kibworth Mortgages with the aim of having my own office in the heart of the village. I finally achieved this goal in September 2020, obtaining a prime office just off the roundabout in the village centre. We plan to be a big part of Kibworth and be established as a secure long-term business as it’s a fast-growing village that is close to my heart.

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Market Harborough Indoor Market.

22nd December 2020 | Business, Letters

I should make clear straight away that I have no business axe to grind when I recommend visiting Market Harborough Indoor Market. I just wish to encourage more support for the stallholders by persuading your readers to plan a visit there.

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Paper House - Lockdown 2.0

4th December 2020 | Business

So, we’ve been open for barely two months  and we’re closed again for lockdown 2.0! It couldn’t come at a worse time for retailers. Especially for those of us in our first year of trading and unable to access any form of government support. But keeping everyone safe is the priority. So closure of our little shop at Pennbury Farm in Great Glen has prompted us to launch our online shop sooner than planned and it’s now live! 

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Jerry's Food

19th October 2020 | Business

Faced with the dilemma of what to do about the Covid pandemic, I decided to help out by delivering fresh produce boxes whilst the supermarkets weren’t an option and to keep busy and active. 

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