“Canary Cottage” is named after its yellow exterior, is a tiny thatched cottage that is now dwarfed by a large grain dryer. Its can be seen from the A47
The Leicester Mercury and Leicester CC jointly commissioned the statue after the outstanding success of the city’s sports teams in their respective 1996/97 seasons.
East Norton Tunnel sits a mile south of East Norton village, between the A47 and Hallaton village. The tunnel, originally built in 1879 is 444 yards long.
For hundreds of years, myths and legends have been attached to this once prominent feature of the Leicestershire landscape.
The tunnel, originally built by the Great Northern Line, is 471 metres long. The tunnel first opened in 1882 and finally closed in 1964.