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Kibworth Harcourt Post Mill May 24

27th May 2024 | Local History, What's On

Over 70 people enjoyed a rare opportunity to visit the oldest mill in Leicestershire when it opened in glorious sunshine on Saturday 11 and Sunday 12 May as part of National Mills Weekend. Volunteers explained the history of the mill before showing visitors around, demonstrating the inner workings and highlighting the various marks left by the millers over the last 400 years.

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Main Street Theatre/Kibworth Theatre Company

27th May 2024 | Community, What's On

As regular readers of the Chronicle will know, for the past couple of years, MSTC and KTC have been putting on co-productions, including very well received productions of Allo Allo, A Bunch of Amateurs and, the fabulous One Night Only, as well as some touring Murder Mysteries.

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Ladies New to Golf

27th May 2024 | Sport, What's On

After the great success of our New to Golf Ladies’ classes last year, our Club Professional, Michael Bent has scheduled another Ladies beginner group class starting on Monday 3 June at 10.30am for 4 weeks. Maximum of 6 ladies in a group, £5 each for one hour.

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Taekwondo Classes

27th May 2024 | Sport, What's On

My name is Steve Taylor and I moved to Kibworth in 1988 and soon after I started a Taekwondo class in Kibworth village hall. I am an 8th degree black belt Instructor and have been practicing martial arts since the late 1960s and have been teaching Taekwondo for over 40 years.

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Summer Holiday Tennis Fun

27th May 2024 | Sport, What's On

The adult tennis summer leagues started at the end of April, Kibworth have entered four men's teams and three ladies' teams. The matches are played against other clubs in Leicestershire and over 55 people will be playing in the matches for Kibworth.

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"No Dig Gardening"

25th May 2024 | Clubs and Societies, What's On

Enjoy our informative talk on ‘No Dig Gardening’ by experienced gardener and retired biology teacher, Russell Attwood. He has been cultivating his three allotments for over 25 years and is secretary of his allotment society in Kettering.

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