Charity worker to ride 100 miles to save lives

A Leicestershire based volunteer for the charity One Nation is cycling 100 miles this weekend in the hope of raising money for families in Syria.

Leicester resident’s disappointment at being the ‘forgotten city’

While rules around the country change and some cities see restrictions lessened, Leicester never really exited the national lockdown from March, and students here feel neglected.

Wigston Fish Bar hopes for second chance after £5,000 rat infestation fine

Wigston Fish Bar is hoping to regain customers’ trust after it was fined £5,000 by Loughborough Magistrates’ Court and ordered to pay £1,555 in costs two weeks ago following the discovery of a rat infestation last November.

Alternative events for Remembrance Day planned in Leicester

A selection of virtual events are being planned for Remembrance Day in Leicester, instead of the usual wreath laying ceremony at the Memorial Arch in Victoria Park.

Leicester barber believes future is bleak in event of second lockdown

Leicester-based barber Cameron Hallam who runs Cameron’s Cutz fears businesses closing is inevitable if a second lockdown or a circuit breaker is introduced.