Sportsmen Mark Selby and Alan Birchenall cut the ribbon to open a display of flowers to mark those who have died at city hospice LOROS
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The mother of Leicester explosion victim Leah Reek said she felt her daughter was with her and other family members every step of the way as they took part in the LOROS Twilight walk.
Leah's mum Joanne, sister Molly and nearly 50 of her friends took part in a Twilight Walk last night to raise money for the LOROS hospice where the teenager had been a volunteer before her death
Take a picnic and enjoy entertainment in stunning surroundings
Patients and carers were grinning from ear to ear at LOROS Hospice when a photo booth appeared on the Day Therapy Unit.
A total of 45 family and friends of Leah Reek will take part in the 10km walk
Family members and friends of Asfordby teenager Leah Reek who was killed in the horrifying explosion in Leicester have raised more than £5,000 in her memory for charity in just two days.
Bruce Smith and his fiance Cathie got the dress for £150 and have donated it back to the charity.
Pancake Day relay runners brave the cold to raise cash for LOROS
Three local charities have benefited once more thanks to the charity coach-trippers of the Harborough area.
With an official VIP launch scheduled for February the Wigston Magna store will be the biggest of the 29 LOROS county stores.
“We really do have a challenge for everyone and with the introduction of a couple of new events, as well as the return of a few favourites, we have plenty to choose from."
A Leicestershire soldier completed a 100-mile charity walk around the county despite twisting a knee on an icy path in temperatures of -7C.
Charities that are set to benefit this year include: Rainbows Hospice for Children and Young People, LOROS, Dementia UK, Alzheimer’s Society, and Prostaid.
The Pirates of the Caribbean star spent several hours at the shopping centre chatting to fans and accepting donations for the hospice charity.