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Bagworth Heath Country Park has been transformed from scarred industrial landscape of Desford Colliery into a valuable recreational resource, made up of woodland, grassland, heathland, lakes and ponds.

Coalville

 

1 acre garden with lots of different areas, silver birch walk, wildlife pond with seating, apple tree garden, Mediterranean planted area and lawns surrounded with herbaceous plants and shrubs.

Hinckley

 

Climb aboard one of our trains and you’re transported back in time on an historical journey. The Battlefield Line is the last remaining part of the former Ashby and Nuneaton Joint Railway which was opened in 1873.

Market Bosworth

 

Head to Billa Barra Hill and see magnificent views of Leicestershire. Great for an afternoon of exploration. The site consists of formerly improved pasture, surrounding a small hilltop plantation, dating from the late 1800s/early 1900s.

Coalville

 

Bosworth Battlefield Heritage Centre is a colourful multi award winning interactive exhibition telling the story of the Battle of Bosworth and its place in the Wars of the Roses set within a well-appointed visitor centre.

Market Bosworth

VistEngland VAQASStay Play Explore

 

Enjoy windsurfing, canoeing and fishing at this 50 acre leisure park. Great for a weekend away camping or caravanning.

Market Bosworth

Stay Play Explore

 

Enjoy the outdoors - explore Burbage Common and Woods.

Hinckley

 

The Heritage Group was started to promote an appreciation of the history, architecture, landscape and wildlife in Burbage village and parish.

Hinckley

 

The Concordia Theatre for its 42 years since opening its doors is steeped in history and events. Book tickets for musicals, dance, plays and pantomimes - there is something for all the family.

Hinckley

Self-assessed Accessibility Information

 

Hinckley and District Museum is housed in a row of restored thatched cottages dating from c.1680 and once used for framework knitting. Changing exhibitions each season on a variety of themes.

Hinckley

VistEngland VAQASMLA's Museum Accreditation Scheme sets out nationally agreed standards for museums in the UKLeicestershire and Rutland Heritage ForumSelf-assessed Accessibility Information

 

Local park with bandstand and community amenities including tennis courts, bowling green, pitch and putt and picnic area.

Hinckley

 

Sparkenhoe Leicestershire Cheese is handmade from the milk produced by the farms own dairy cows who graze the lush Leicestershire pastures near Market Bosworth.

Speciality: Cheese

Hinckley

 

An iconic motor sport venue nestled in the heart of the Leicestershire countryside, Mallory Park has a rich racing heritage and an adrenalin-fuelled future.

Hinckley

 

Visit Market Bosworth Country park and explore 87 acres of rural parkland - discover an oak and maple arboretum along with a children's adventure playground.

Market Bosworth

Green Flag Award

 

The 'Michaelmas House look' is a carefully chosen mix of quintessential English country style, where classic and contemporary meet.

Hinckley

 

From the moment you arrive, our fully trained staff are on hand to make sure your day goes smoothly. With up to 12 games included in a full day and up to 6 games on a half day we know how to give you a fantastic time!

Markfield

 

Royal Tigers Wood is a 14 hectare native species woodland with a small arboretum representing 17 species of trees.

Coalville

 

St Mary's is the oldest building in Hinckley, dating back to the thirteenth century. We are part of the Church of England, the historic church in this country.

Hinckley