3 edition of Village life in Sapcote Leicestershire 1914-1924 found in the catalog.
Village life in Sapcote Leicestershire 1914-1924
Texton inside cover.
|Statement||(author H. Burdett) ; (illustrations by M.J. Steele).|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||40|
Spacious accommodation with excellent presentation situated in this highly sought after rural village. Nestled in the heart of the south west Leicestershire countryside this charming home and location is certain to be very popular so hurry to book your viewing. EPC Grade D. Our federation consists of two schools; All Saints Church of England Primary School Sapcote and Sharnford C.E Primary School and was formed in to enhance the provision for all our pupils. Our schools are both small village schools with a family feel, set in delightful grounds less than 5 miles from Hinckley and within 11 miles of Leicester.
SAPCOTE, a parish, with a village, in Hinckley district, Leicester; adjacent to the river Soar, the Fosseway, and the Hinckley and Leicester railway, 2 miles W N W of Broughton-Astley r. station, and 4 E by S of Hinckley. Post-town, Hinckley. Our View Spacious and beautifully appointed with open vistas all round this lovely home is ready for you to move straight in and start enjoying the high life in glorious style! Hurry to book your viewing. Reception Hall m x m Cloakroom/WC m x m Living Room m x m Open Plan Living Kitchen m x m Utility Room m x m.
3 Bedroom Houses to Buy in LE9. 1 **Draft Details** Located in the popular Leicestershire village of Kirby Muxloe, this detached bungalow is well presented throughout and close to local shops and amenities that village life has to offer. Leicester ( miles) Narborough ( miles). This dramatic footage shows the moment a cash machine was ripped from a supermarket by a digger. The thieves stripped the ATM out of the Co-operative shop in Sapcote, in Leicestershire.
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Sapcote is a small village in the south west of Leicestershire, England, with a population of approximately 2, measured at the census as 2, The well-known inland scuba diving site Stoney Cove is nearby.
It was mentioned in the Domesday Book as name came from the Anglo-Saxon Scēapcot = "shed or enclosure for sheep" - a bit like ShepshedCountry: England. The book, produced by Kirby Muxloe Local History Group, is called “Kirby Muxloe Courage, Commitment and Community”, and focuses on village life during times of war and peace.
Written by Judith Author: Jane Goddard. Sapcote is a small village in the south west of leicestershire, with a population of approximately 2, The well-known inland scuba diving site Stoney Cove is nearby. It was mentioned in the Domesday Book as Scepecote. Its name came from the Anglo-Saxon Scä“apcot meaning "shed or.
Sapcote, a parish, with a village, in Leicestershire, adjacent to the river Soar, the Fosse Way, and the Leicester and Nuneaton branch of the L. & N.W.R., 2½ miles SE of Elmsthorpe station, 4 E by S of Hinckley, and 10 SW of Leicester. It has a post office under Hinckley; money order and telegraph office.
Tues 12 Midday Sapcote Pavilion Tues pm The ‘Stute’, Earl Shilton Wed pm Dadlington Village Hall Thurs 10am Sharnford Community Centre Thurs pm The Parish Rooms, Market Bosworth Fri 10am Sapcote Pavilion Mixed Level classes: All £7 per class - Drop in / pay as you go so no need to book.
Sapcote, Leicestershire. ADVERTISE YOUR BUSINESS IN THE SAPCOTE NEWS. Sapcote News is published quarterly and discounts are provided for advertising for: Full Page £ (1 issue) or £ each (4 issues) Half Page £ (1 issue) or £ each (4 issues) Quarter Page £ (1 issue) or £ each (4 issues).
Sapcote Village Web Searching the Village one Street at a Time Club on Leicester Road do you know what year. Sapcote Crossroads, What year.
The old corner shop & post Office Now the Village Hairdressers. Sapcote Villagers celebrating the end of the great war. Leicester rd on the right is the Lord bassett Arms on the Left is a Bakery and. Written by local village W.I.s and compiled by the Leicestershire & Rutland Federation of Women's Institutes, the book is rich in stories, anecdotes and atmosphere.
It introduces the reader to a flourishing rural world and will be a welcome companion both on the bookshelf and in the car/5(4). Stoney Stanton is a large village in the Blaby district of Leicestershire, England with a population of over 3, inincreasing to 3, at the census.
It constitutes a civil parish. The village lies some five miles east of Hinckley, just to the east of the M Nearby villages include Croft, and y: England. Barrow upon Soar Village. 1, likes 13 talking about this. This group offers the facility for anyone interested in anything to do with Barrow Upon Soar, to air their views and opinions on any Followers: K.
Britling Sees It Through is H.G. Wells's "masterpiece of the wartime experience in England." The novel was published in September Mr.
Britling Sees It Through tells the story of a renowned writer, Mr. Britling, a protagonist who is quite evidently an alter ego of the author. The garrulous, easy-going Mr. Britling lives with family and friends in the fictional village of Matching's Author: H.
Wells. Hey Emma, I live in a village called Sapcote which is lovely, near Hinckley and just a stones throw away from the motorway to Fosse park. Have a look on google maps and then you can check out the surrounding villages.
There's a few lovely villages around here close to. Leicestershire Regiment. from:Sapcote, Leicestershire (d.6th May ) Sydney Brown was born and lived in the Leicestershire village of Sapcote with his father John, a quarry worker, and his stepmother, Harriet.
He was a member of Sapcote Methodist Church. Sydney worked at a boot factory in the nearby village of Earl Shilton before joining up. Sapcote War Memorial is a Grade II listed building in Sapcote, Leicestershire, England.
See why it was listed, view it on a map, see visitor comments and photos. 30 May: WEEKEND Messy Play – Countesthorpe – Messy Circus 30th May - am Countesthorpe Village Hall, Station Road, Countesthorpe, Leicester LE8 5TB From £ 34 Space(s) Available: View Details: 15 June: Messy Play – Sapcote – Jungle Explorers 15th June - am Sapcote Pavilion, Hinckley Road, Sapcote, Leicester LE9 4NS From £ 30 Space(s) Available.
Create an account or log into Facebook. Connect with friends, family and other people you know. Share photos and videos, send messages and get updates. The view of the quarry from Leicester Road outside Sapcote.
Picture: Google Street View. Sapcote including the Stoney Cove Diving Centre to the North of the village. his life in a. A village life in the heart of the countryside, yet only 4 miles from Hinckley and 12 miles from Leicester. Perfectly placed on the western edge of the historic village of Sapcote, The Limes.
Anciently called Ragendale 1, Rakdale, Ragdale, Radgdale on the Willows, and Rekedale, is a village on the North-east border of the county, near Segs-hill and the Foss-road; bounded by Hoby, Thrussington, Dalby, and Shouldby; about 11 miles from Leicester, 5 from Melton, and 7 from Loughborough; and, in the ecclesiastical division of the county, is within the deanery of Goscote.
Pauline Smith, 44, was sentenced to two years and four months in jail after admitting seven counts of supplying class A drugs on the streets of Loughborough between August and October The drug dealer, of Windermere Road, Handsworth, Birmingham.
Equality & Human Rights Impact Assessment (EHRIA) This Equality and Human Rights Impact Assessment (EHRIA) will enable you to • To enhance the quality of life and sense of wellbeing of Leicestershire residents by commissioning or providing a choice of community a village close to Sapcote, every two weeks on a Thursday morning.Sapcote is mentioned in the Domesday Book as Scepecote.
It comes from an Anglo-Saxon word for sheep or enclosure for sheep. One of the earliest evidence of a settlement in town is the early Bronze Age occupation site that was discovered, as well as a Roman villa .Introduction.
This book has been produced for two reasons — first, to bring back to the light of day photographs of Old Burbage; secondly, to enable people to enjoy seeing and reading about Burbage of the past. I hope that this collection of photographs will bring back happy memories to those who knew Burbage of old, and at the same time be of help and interest to schoolchildren working on.