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The first mention of Loughborough is in the 1086 Domesday Book.
Loughborough's local weekly newspaper is the Loughborough Echo.
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The seven mile two lap event organised by Shepshed Running Club, through the private grounds of Garendon Park was completed by 429 athletes and all of the local running clubs were out in force with notable success.
Heathcoat, in partnership with the Nottingham manufacturer Charles Lacy, moved his business from there to the village of Hathern, outside Loughborough.
One American site, in particular, called Prison Penpals, has a monthly list of more than 100 inmates looking for company.
Adam Lovell, president of writeaprisoner.com, believes his US site is a popular hit with the Brits.
The town is close to the Nottinghamshire border and is within a short distance of locations such as Nottingham, the East Midlands Airport and Derby.
The town has the world's largest bell foundry — John Taylor Bellfounders, which made the bells for the Carillon war memorial, a landmark within the Queens Park in the town, Great Paul for St Paul's Cathedral, and York Minster.
The town is also served by Leicestershire's daily newspaper, the Leicester Mercury.
The first sign of industrialisation in the Loughborough district came in the early years of the 19th century, when John Heathcoat, an inventor from Derbyshire patented in 1809 an improvement to the warp loom, known as the twisted lace machine, which allowed mitts with a lace-like appearance to be made.