News archive from 6 May 2016

ROBIN MAUGHAN COURT CASE UPDATE: Police believe there might be other victims who have not yet come forward

ROBIN MAUGHAN COURT CASE UPDATE: Police believe there might be other victims who have not yet come forward

Now sex offender Robin Maughan has been sentenced to nearly 15 years in jail, police believe other victims may come forward. As we revealed earlier today (Thursday), the 34-year-old was sentenced to 14 years and ten months after pleading guilty to a...

 
BREAKING NEWS: Harborough entertainer Robin Maughan jailed for nearly 15 years over child sex offences

BREAKING NEWS: Harborough entertainer Robin Maughan jailed for nearly 15 years over child sex offences

Harborough singer and entertainer Robin Maughan has been sentenced to 14 years and ten months in jail for a series of offences against children. His offences included taking secret indecent videos of two boys, when they were 10 and 12. He also...

 
ROBIN MAUGHAN COURT CASE UPDATE: Harborough sex offender told his victim had twice attempted suicide

ROBIN MAUGHAN COURT CASE UPDATE: Harborough sex offender told his victim had twice attempted suicide

Harborough entertainer Robin Maughan was today (Thursday) sentenced to a total of 14 years 10 months in prison for a series of offences involving children. Maughan (34) of Western Avenue, Market Harborough, was told his victims would be ‘scarred for...

 
Market Harborough in Bloom volunteer steps down

Market Harborough in Bloom volunteer steps down

Market Harborough in Bloom volunteer school co-ordinator Pat Hook has stepped down after ten years. Co-ordinator Margaret Richards thanked Pat at the recent annual general meeting for all her years of work, and everyone who had helped with its East...

 
VIDEO: iPhone SE released today

VIDEO: iPhone SE released today

The iPhone SE is officially on sale from today. If you’re wondering what ‘SE’ stands for - it’s ‘Special Edition’. The new phone looks to attract customers who think the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus are too big. It’s also less expensive, with prices starting...

 
Aldi recalls 15 different food lines due to possible contamination by pests in “dirty factory”

Aldi recalls 15 different food lines due to possible contamination by pests in “dirty factory”

Savoury and sweet biscuits made for German discount supermarket Aldi have been withdrawn because they were made in a “dirty” factory. The snacks made by Baketime Ltd were pulled from the shelves as they may have been contaminated by pests. The...

 
Hats off to winners at Harborough Market Easter Bonnet Competition

Hats off to winners at Harborough Market Easter Bonnet Competition

Two lucky children kicked off the Easter Bank Holiday in style at the Harborough Market Easter Bonnet Competition last Friday. A dazzling array of bonnets were paraded in front of the judges and hosts Harborough FM, with chicks, bunnies, flowers and...

 
‘Pupil parking’ clogs up streets near college

‘Pupil parking’ clogs up streets near college

Residents who live close to one south Leicestershire school are complaining about a very modern parking problem - streets clogged with parked cars left by pupils. Lutterworth College has a large sixth form of around 600 pupils - many of whom have...

 
Over 9,000 sign up for new green bins

Over 9,000 sign up for new green bins

More than 9,000 residents have signed up for the new green bin collection service, which was the target set by Harborough District Council when it introduced the subscription. Last year, the district council announced a new £40 per bin annual...

 
New club has official launch

New club has official launch

A Harborough club which is aimed at getting young people aged between 18 and 30 involved in fundraising had its official launch during a meeting at the town’s Angel Hotel. The Rotaract Club of Harborough has been meeting since October but the hotel...

 
Sporting students are locked in

Sporting students are locked in

Students at Lutterworth College joined in with the national Sport Relief fundraising effort with a 24-hour sporting lock-in. More than 70 students undertook 24 hours worth of sport from 8am on Friday, March 18, until 8am the following morning. Danny...

 
Question time eco event

Question time eco event

Harborough is to hold its own Question Time based on the popular BBC topical programme. Eco Question Time takes place on Friday, April 15, from 7pm at Harborough Baptist Church. The panel is headed by Sir Edward Garnier MP and Cllr Blake Pain, leader...

 
Estate agents put best feet forward in charity race

Estate agents put best feet forward in charity race

Estate agents from the Harborough office of Harrison Murray swapped shiny shoes for trainers to raise £265 for charity. Manager Kameron Hutchinson and his team embarked on a three-mile run to boost funds for two great causes – Sport Relief and...

 
Major supermarket recalls Annabel Karmel Disney food over contamination fears

Major supermarket recalls Annabel Karmel Disney food over contamination fears

A major supermarket chain has removed from sale a selection of Annabel Karmel / Disney food products as a precautionary measure. Lightbody Ventures Ltd, whose range of Mini Bakes and Mini Biscotti are on sale at Asda, have recalled a range of items...

 
Time is running out for you to get your Robert Smyth reunion tickets

Time is running out for you to get your Robert Smyth reunion tickets

The closing date to get tickets for the Robert Smyth reunion is next Thursday. The event will take place at the Harborough Rugby Club on April 23, for for pupils who were born between September 1964 and August 1968. The last day for people to get...

 


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