From Market Harborough: Take the A6 towards Leicester. At the roundabout exiting Kibworth Harcourt, take the Wistow Road towards Kilby. Drive through Kilby to the A5199, and turn left, then turn right immediately towards Foston and Countesthorpe. The crematorium is on your left after 1.5 miles.
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The parish church of St. Andrew was started in 1220 by the family of Lord William of Ludbrook. It was restored in 1840 and again in 1907. The 14th century tower still remains.
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Maurice Tompkin - 17.02.1919-27.09.1956 First class cricketer and professional footballer.
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From Leicester: Wigston and Oadby: Take the A5199 towards Kilby, and Husbands Boswoth. Pass the left turn towards Kilby, and then immediately turn right towards Foston and Countesthorpe. The crematorium is on your left after 1.5 miles.
Another public house, the King William IV was turned into a Tesco Express in 2013.
It also has an award winning Indian Restaurant "Dine India", which was mentioned in the national press by patrons Kasabian.
South Leicestershire Memorial Park and CrematoriumFoston Road, Countesthorpe, Leicestershire, LE8 5QP
From Lutterworth: Take the A426 north towards Leicester for 6.5 miles. Pass the turning to Cosby on your left, and immediately turn right towards Countesthorpe. Drive straight through the village, then follow signs to Foston. You will be leaving the village on Wigston Street/Leicester Road. At the mini roundabout at the end of the village, turn right towards the cemetery. The crematorium is on your right after 400 yards.
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South Leicestershire Memorial Limited Foston Road, Countesthorpe, Leicestershire, LE8 5QP
The name Countesthorpe originates from the 11th century when the area was part of the marriage dowry of the Countess Judith niece of William the Conqueror. The 'thorpe' part of the name is a variant of the Middle English word thorp, meaning hamlet or small village.
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Countesthorpe has a primary school called Greenfield Primary, a high school named Leysland High School, and a college called Countesthorpe Community College which was attended by the popular music group Kasabian. Leysland High School and Countesthorpe Community College are part of the same multi-academy trust and are in the process of becoming a single 11-19 school in September 2016 under the name Countesthorpe Leysland Community College.
The village is twinned with the town of Mennecy in France.
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From Glen Parva and Blaby: Take the A426 to Blaby. At Blaby go straight down Leicester Road (don’t take the by-pass to the right), and then after 300 yards fork left into Sycamore Street, which becomes Welford Road. After half a mile, turn left at the mini roundabout, towards Kliby. At the T junction, turn right towards Countesthorpe. At Foston Road, turn left towards the cemetery. The crematorium is on your right after 400 yards.
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From Cosby: Take the Cosby Road towards Countesthorpe. Drive straight through the village and follow signs to Foston. You will leave the village on Wigston Street/Leicester Road. At the mini roundabout at the end of the village, turn right towards the Cemetery and Foston. The crematorium is on your right after 400 yards.
From Narborough and Enderby: Take the B4114/B582 (Enderby Road) to Blaby. At Blaby, turn left on the by-pass, and at the first roundabout, turn right into Leicester Road. After 300 yards, fork left into Sycamore Road, which becomes Welford Road. After half a mile, turn left on the mini roundabout into Hospital Lane, towards Kilby. At the T junction, turn right towards Countesthorpe. At Foston Road, turn left towards the cemetery. The crematorium is on your right after 400 yards.
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