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The next Irish session at the Red Lion will be on the 8th of July 2014, THE CRAIC WILL BE HERE! Dont miss it!


unknown Click Here To Read New Local News Headlines: Grace Rd development starts on 19th May 2014, Limes site is well under way.

To all that it may concern,
                                      As you will be aware The Limes construction site is well underway and we would be grateful if you could pass on the following message. Building sites are very dangerous places and whilst we secure the site with fencing children tend to see them as an adventure area with all the machinery and scaffolding we would therefore like to encourage the parents to warn their children of the dangers they will encounter if they gain unauthorised access to the site and to this end Linden Homes Ltd have arranged for a school visit to the site to take place in July.
 Kind Regards. The Limes Site Management Team.

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Sapcote is a small village in the South west of Leicestershire, with a population of approximately 2,900. The well-known inland scuba diving site Stoney Cove is nearby.
It was mentioned in the Doomsday Book as
Scepecote.  From the 12th-14th century the village was the home of the powerful Basset family.  In 1806 a bath house was built . The Old School in Leicester Road which was built in 1819, The Wesleyans built their first church in Sapcote in 1805. The existing church opened in 1905 and is a fine example of the Arts and Crafts period.
All Saints Church at Sapcote, of Gothic design, can be traced back to the 12th Century, but it is very likely that the present building was built on earlier foundations.

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It's Nearly 100 years since the start of the 1st World War (28th of July 1914) click HERE to see if any of our WW1 Soldiers are related to you.


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