|Wigston poet Richard joins Queen star Brian May in fight to save badgers - Leicester Mercury|
|Leicester MercuryWigston poet Richard joins Queen star Brian May in fight to save badgersLeicester MercuryA poet has joined forces with Queen guitarist Brian May to fight the Government's plans to cull the country's badgers. Richard Bonfield, 54, from Wigston, wrote the poem, The Badger, after being approached by actress and founder of the Born Free ...
|Burglars smash hole in the wall of Oadby and Wigston Council to steal cash - Leicester Mercury|
|Leicester MercuryBurglars smash hole in the wall of Oadby and Wigston Council to steal cashLeicester MercuryIntruders smashed a hole in the wall of council headquarters and stole money from a payment machine. Burglars broke into Oadby and Wigston Council, in Station Road, Wigston in the early hours of Wednesday. Once inside they stole cash from a machine ...Paul will work to protect wildlifeHarborough Mailall 3 news articles »
|Trains through Leicester delayed after woman spotted on track in Wigston - Leicester Mercury|
|Trains through Leicester delayed after woman spotted on track in WigstonLeicester MercuryTrains between London and Leicester were delayed after a woman was spotted on the track at Wigston today. British Transport Police officers were sent out to the track by Welford Road shortly before 3.30pm. They found she had left the area and trains ...and more »
|Man's death in fire-damaged house in Aylestone Lane, Wigston, is not suspicious - Leicester Mercury|
|Leicester MercuryMan's death in fire-damaged house in Aylestone Lane, Wigston, is not suspiciousLeicester MercuryThe death of a man whose body was found in a fire-damaged house is not being treated as suspicious, police said today. Officers were called to the house in Aylestone Lane, Wigston, at 4.30pm on Monday after the man's body was found inside. A fire had ...
|Makeovers planned for Oadby and Wigston town centres - Leicester Mercury|
|Makeovers planned for Oadby and Wigston town centresLeicester MercuryA new town square and upgraded traffic-free areas will be created as two town centres undergo major overhauls. Work on the civic improvements in Oadby and Wigston are due to begin during the summer and will be ready by next Christmas. The £830,000 ...