Canary Cottage

“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

GN&LNW Railway Line: East Norton Tunnel

South Entrance

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.

Hallaton Bottle Kicking

Imagine a rugby scrum involving hundreds of willing participants. Pushing, shoving, rucking, mauling, punching and kicking each other over a small keg of beer. In a field full of hedgerows, trees and barbed wire fences. The goal lines being two brooks, over a mile apart. There is one aim, to get the keg of beer over your village’s brook.

The Humber Stone

For hundreds of years, myths and legends have been attached to this once prominent feature of the Leicestershire landscape.