In an uncultivated field north of Earl Shilton, there is a very special tree. It is in fact two trees, Oak & Ash, that have bonded together, making one.
The tunnel, originally built by the Great Northern Line, is 471 metres long. The tunnel first opened in 1882 and finally closed in 1964.
How long does it take to walk down Every Street in Leicester?
In a small woods on the east side of Leicester lays an unusual small building. Legend says it’s home to a witch. The Leicester Chronicle explores further.
About half way down one of the city’s oldest streets, Churchgate; You will come across a very oddly named street, Butt Close Lane.
Polly was made stand in full view of the congregation during a Sunday service whilst wearing a white sheet and holding a burning candle in one hand with the bible in the other.