Leicestershire - My Home County ❤

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Charnwood Forest in Leicestershire, England. The mythically-medieval-and-magical name Charnwood Forest derives from the Celtic cairn (stack of stones) and the Old English wudu (wood) British Countryside, England Uk, England And Scotland, Northern England, Yorkshire England, Doraemon, Country Life, Country Roads, Beautiful Landscapes

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Charnwood Forest in Leicestershire, England. The mythically-medieval-and-magical name Charnwood Forest derives from the Celtic cairn (stack of stones) and the Old English wudu (wood) This is Bradgate Park Charnwood is on the north of the road.

Old John Folly ~ Bradgate Park, Leicestershire, England. It was built in 1784, by the Grey family of Groby, and was originally an observation tower built to give the ladies a view of a race course which circled the top of the hill. England Countryside, Tower Building, English Manor Houses, Castle Wall, Tudor History, English Heritage, Tudor House, The Beautiful Country, Leicester

Old John Folly ~ Bradgate Park, Leicestershire, England. It was built in by the Grey family of Groby, and was originally an observation tower built to give the ladies a view of a race course which circled the top of the hill.

'Leicester people are very pleasant and rather simple': A Graphic description of Victorian Leicester | Leicester Mercury Leicester Mercury, Walks, New York Skyline, Product Description, Hiking

'Leicester people are very pleasant and rather simple': A Graphic description of Victorian Leicester

Bustling Loughborough Town Centre on Market Day Home Again, Leicester, Nottingham, Business Travel, Home Buying, Playground, Britain, Centre, Middle

ARTISAN and craft traders are invited to bring their skills to Loughborough’s Fabulous Friday Markets.

Deer beside the wall of Lady Jane Grey's House in Bradgae Park, Leicestershire Lady Jane Grey, Jane Gray, Grey Houses, Leicester, Wales, Deer, Middle, Gray Houses

Deer beside the wall of Lady Jane Grey's House in Bradgae Park, Leicestershire

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