This rural village in Leicestershire lies eight miles north-east of Melton Mowbray, on the county border with Lincolnshire.
Walton on the Wolds, as its name suggests, stands on the north Leicestershire Wolds.
Seagrave is one of eight parishes in the north Leicestershire wolds whose boundaries form a 'hub-and-spoke' pattern around a former area of common
Carved from local Swithland slate in the first half of the eighteenth century, 'Belvoir Angel' headstones are a feature of this parish, which is fi
Stoke Golding, a village just three miles north-west of Hinckley in the south of the county, has a particularly fine parish church.
The path around the reservoir makes Thornton an attractive place for walkers.
Ibstock is one of Leicestershire's largest villages.