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St Mary's Parish Church Melton Mowbray

Parish Office, The Samworth Centre, 8 Burton Street, Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire, LE13 1DJ

St Mary's Parish Church, in the centre of the market town of Melton Mowbray, is the largest parish church in the Leicester Diocese. It is certainly the finest.


Steeple Row, Loughborough, Leicestershire, LE11 4RE

The historic parish church of All Saints is a large and beautiful medieval building at the heart of Loughborough's ancient town centre.



St. Martin's House, Leicester, LE1 5DE

Leicester Cathedral is situated in the City Centre, close to the Guildhall. With its tall spire, the Cathedral is an important part, not only of Leicester's life and work, but also of the city's skyline.


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Ashby Road, Breedon-on-The-Hill, Leicestershire, DE73 1BA

St Mary & St Hardulph Priory Church is a 12th century church standing prominently on the summit of a 55 metre limestone knoll and can be seen for miles around.


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St Dionysius Church - Market Harborough, Market Harborough, Leicestershire, LE16

The Parish Church of St Dionysius has a superb 160 feet high spire to be seen for miles around. Its origins go back to the 14th century, but sections have been added somewhat later around the mid 1800s.


South Street, Ashby de la Zouch, Leicestershire, LE65 1AA

St. Helen's church can be found where Lower Church Street meets South Street, in a pretty setting with the ruins of the castle in the background.


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Church Street, Rectory Lane, Bottesford, Leicestershire, NG13 0BA

St Mary the Virgin church was built by and has always been the family church of the inhabitants of Belvoir Castle, who were buried in the church until 1828..


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Church Gate, Lutterworth, Leicestershire, LE17 4AN

This historic Church building has dominated the landscape of this part of South Leicestershire for over 800 years. It is renowned for its former Rector, John Wycliffe who first translated the Bible into English in the 14th Century.