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Curious About Leicester?

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Curious About Leicester?

Curious About Leicester -

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Tue, 16 January 2018

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From: Tuesday 16th Jan 2018 Until: Tuesday 31st Dec 2019
Leicester City Centre

Enjoy two self guided heritage walks with an optional treasure hunt

Whether you’re a resident, or just visiting, if you're curious about Leicester, you'll love what we've created. With our comprehensive booklet directing you to the most fascinating areas, you'll discover what's important, at your own speed, and level of interest. And it's not just the obvious places - we make sure you visit the unusual ones too, with hidden treasures to discover, creating the complete story of the city, and revealing its true personality. Added to this we provide compelling stories about the history around you, whilst you find answers to clues along the way - so you see everything there is to see, and have some fun too!
Our booklet containing two walks, is available to buy or instantly download from our website at
The two unique walks can be enjoyed separately or joined together to form one longer walk - depending on available time and energy! Walks are suitable for all ages, and typically take 1-2 hours to complete. Have fun!

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Ray - 4 Oct, 2014 - 13:37PM

On-route walkabout through the new Cathedral Gardens:
Saved grave headstone for Richard Ella died 1822 and his wife Kitty Ella [nee' Goddard] died 1838, bakers and confectioners who lived and had a shop in the old Market Place, Leicester.
They were parents of the musician John Ella (1802-1888) founder of the Musical Union (London) in 1845, but not like a modern workers union though.
To view the part of the new Cathedral Gardens opened on the 5th of July 2014 please go to the following and select Favorites:

To view pictures of what the old Market Place once looked like and read an article on John please go to:

Ray & Marie,
in Norfolk, England.

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