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Loughborough

(lŭf`bərə), town (1991 pop. 44,895), Leicestershire, central England, on the Soar River. It is a market town with engineering works. Manufactures include hosiery, shoes, pharmaceuticals, boilers, and pottery. Bell foundries were built in 1840; the great bell of St. Paul's Cathedral in London was cast there in 1881. Loughborough's war memorial, with a carillon of 47 bells, was built in 1923. In the town are the Loughborough College of Technology and a grammar school (founded in 1495).

Loughborough

a town in central England, in N Leicestershire: university (1966). Pop.: 55 258 (2001)
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In his Facebook video, Insp Monks says that there are six very active criminals at the moment in the Loughborough, Shepshed and Hathern area and he knows where they live.
WOMEN'S SQUAD: A Sheppard (Milngavie & Bearsden), R Cooke (City of Glasgow), K Sexton Portsmouth Northsea), S Price (Barnet Copthall), J King (University of Bath), A Savage (Ferndown Otters), K Pickering (Ipswich), Z Baker (Loughborough University), K Legg (Ferndown Otters), K Evans (Nova Centurion), M Marshall (Loughborough University), J Belton (Loughborough University), R Brett (Loughborough University), G Lee (Camphill Edwardians/SMU), K Nisbet (City of Leeds), J Jackson (Durham Aquatics).
The August 9 winners were: PS1,000: 734544 Birmingham, PS100: 114049 Loughborough, 230484 Newark, PS5: 440381 Markfield, 760179 Nottingham, 320834 Melton Mowbray, 033720 Leicester, 022568 Nottingham, 193452 Nottingham, 795463 Tamworth, 969893 Nottingham, 004042 Loughborough, 569967 Newark, 324294 Alfreton, 187520 Melton Mowbray, 761323 Nottingham, 074801 Loughborough, 006273 Matlock, 065369 Loughborough, 832168 Matlock, 063540 Nottingham, 049947 Loughborough, 026696 Leicester, 143341 Derby, 074147 Nottingham, 814824 Nottingham, 462157 Nottingham, 613103 Leicester, 078231 Rearsby, 070648 Rugby, 728515 Melton Mowbray, 236210 Loughborough, 862748 Leicester.
Loughborough's superior kickcing and, combined with their fitness, brought six tries without reply.
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Starting the day 55 points ahead of Tipton, who last weekend finished 16th in the European Club's Cross Country Championships in Villamoura, Loughborough needed to beat Tipton, the national Cross Country champions and last year's League winners to take the title.
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Mountfields Lodge pupils' impressive efforts for Loughborough in Bloom.
Wolds hosted Loughborough Brush Peregrines and had a solid 71-39 (8-0) victory over their Division 3 opponents whilst the Rams entertained Belgrave Cygnets and were comfortable 51-38 (8-0) winners.
Meanwhile, Birstall Sands moved into contention for a promotion place with an excellent 63-35 (8-0) win at home against St Margaret's Maggies whilst at the other end of the table, Sutton Bonington Riversiders find themselves destined for Division 3 after they succumbed 41-55 (1-7) at home to Loughborough Greenfields Badgers.
THE judges who will decide whether Loughborough's Bloom is the best in Britain arrived in town last week.