Loughborough


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Loughborough

(ˈlʌfbərə; -brə)
n
(Placename) a town in central England, in N Leicestershire: university (1966). Pop: 55 258 (2001)
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PRINCESS Anne has been talking to Loughborough College student Abi Burton about raising the profile of science and engineering among females.
CALDY 71 LOUGHBOROUGH 14 IT was a very happy start to 2018 for Caldy as they unexpectedly and deservedly ran riot, scoring 10 tries in bullish fashion as they beat Loughborough Students 71-14.
Engineering students from Loughborough University have beaten other undergraduate teams to be crowned overall winners of the institution's Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) Challenge 2016.
5m as Brush Traction, a manufacturer in Loughborough who refurbish and fit the train motors for the Piccadilly line.
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Insp Johnny Monks, commander of Loughborough police, has named and shamed two burglars who he says have failed to listen to his clear message - stop burgling, thieving and dealing in the town.
ELLIE Simmonds and her long-standing coach Billy Pye have announced that the 18-year-old Paralympic swimming star will relocate her training base to Loughborough University after the IPC World Championships in August.
5 million pound project in partnership with Loughborough University and industry leaders, aiming to improve the catalytic conversion efficiencies of exhaust systems in heavy duty vehicles (HDVs).
FOLLOWING a pleasing win against Cambridge last Saturday, we travelled to Loughborough trying to keep our 2013 form on track.
Swimmers from the British Gas ITC teams based in Loughborough and Bath combined for seven medals in total, with Loughborough's Simmonds winning 100m backstroke.