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Posted:
Mon, 20 Sep 2010 8:03am

LRP Chairman, Lesley Pendleton and Richard Windley, the Leicestershire & Rutland Rural Housing Enabler, were both interviewed about affordable rural housing and the sustainability of rural settlements for the Sunday 19th September edition of The Politics Show. The interview starts at 38mins 40 seconds into the programme.

Posted:
Fri, 17 Sep 2010 4:04pm
Raising a toast to local food

A packed feast of events celebrating local food starts today with the launch of the Leicester & Leicestershire Food Fortnight (LLFF). From vineyard tours to specialist cookery schools, gourmet evenings to tasting sessions the fortnight has something for everyone and this year the event organisers are hoping to set new records for the number of people involved.
LLFF runs from Saturday 18th September and culminates with the East Midlands Food Festival at Brooksby Hall, near Melton Mowbray on Saturday and Sunday the 2nd and 3rd October.
LLFF is being delivered by the Leicestershire Rural Partnership, Leicestershire County Council, Leicestershire Food Links with the support of Leicester City Council, Leicester Market and Melton Mowbray Food Partnership.
For further information about the events please visit: www.goleicestershire.com/foodfortnight

Pictured at the opening day of the Melton Mowbray Beer Festival (From left to right) are Sandra Herbert, local food producer and Chairman of the Leicestershire Food Links Management Committee, Martin Peters, Chief Executive of Leicester Shire Promotions, John Arthur, Melton Beer Festival organiser, LRP Chairman, Lesley Pendleton and Matthew O’Callaghan, Chairman of the Melton Mowbray Food Partnership

Support for Leicestershire businesses
Posted:
Wed, 08 Sep 2010 3:46pm

Leicestershire businesses will benefit from an new service that offers free advice and grants or specialist consultancy to Small to Medium sized Enterprises (SMEs) to improve their resource efficiency.

Trying to stay ahead of the game, businesses continually strive to be more competitive and the Improving Your Resource Efficiency (IYRE) service is a simple solution to help your business reduce expenditure and increase profits.

The IYRE service, can provide free impartial advice for your business and suggest next steps to make improvements; and to help with any costs a minimum grant of £1000 or 2-days specialist consultancy is available to all eligible SMEs.

For more information visit www.energyagency.co.uk or telephone 0116 299 5133.

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