Welcome to the September/October edition of The Bradgate Magazine. This issue we happily bring you news and views covering a raft of smashing topics from:
Weddings (what to do first to the all-important reception and its preparation); education (the real cost of university and what to look out for when choosing a nursery) and the ever-important community events (from LOROS fundraiser “Full Steam Ahead” to Hope Against Cancer’s “Evening of Opera” with the wonderful Rozanna Madylus).
Sitting nicely alongside these are some truly fab festivals: Loughborough’s festival of children’s illustrated literature, aka, “Loogabarooga” returns, as does the Edible Forest Festival – a gem of a delight for foodies, before Market Harborough’s wonderfully inspiring Arts Fresco concludes…which, did you know, is one of the largest free street festivals in the UK, and, celebrating its 15th year this September…so prepare for some vintage performances all round!
We’ve also some super articles covering all things green courtesy of our resident Garden Blueprints expert Joanne Kennedy, alongside “Schools into Gardening Programme” fund-raising news, details on the hugely popular Swithland Show and interesting reviews and contributions from Newtown Linford and Thurcaston & Cropston Gardening Clubs – two groups in particular, who always bring their members and visitors alike a varied and interesting programme of events to peruse.
So, without further ado, please do read on, and we hope you enjoy this edition of the magazine.
November/December edition copy deadline: 06 Oct 2017
Cover photo: Alvin Mahmudov with thanks.
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