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Sold under the Walker's name and under UK retailers own brands such as Tesco ,  over three million hot and cold pies are made each week.
The park and ride services are branded as quicksilver shuttle and are contracted to Roberts Coaches from the City Council and County Council , buses use a purpose built terminal near St.
Nicholas Circle. National Cycle Network Route 6 passes through Leicestershire along with other secondary routes. The rail network is of growing importance in Leicester, and with the start of Eurostar international services from London St Pancras International in November Leicester railway station has gained connections at St Pancras station to Lille, Brussels and Paris onwards.
InterCity services are operated by East Midlands Railway providing connectivity on 'fast' and 'semi-fast' services to London and the south east, and to major cities and towns in the East Midlands and Yorkshire in addition to providing local services within the East Midlands region.
The journey time to Sheffield is around one hour, with Leeds and York taking approximately two. Birmingham is 50 minutes away and Cambridge via Peterborough can be reached in around 1 hour 55m with further direct services available onto Stansted Airport in north Essex.
Beeching cuts closed the route in the late s. A preserved section, however, remains operational in the East Midlands centred on Loughborough Great Central railway station providing touristic services through central Leicestershire , passing Swithland Reservoir on to the Leicester North railway station terminus.
Leicester is home to a number of comprehensive schools and independent schools. There are three sixth form colleges, all of which were previously grammar schools.
The Leicester City Local Education Authority initially had a troubled history when formed in as part of the local government reorganisation — a Ofsted inspection found "few strengths and many weaknesses", although there has been considerable improvement since then.
Leicester City Council underwent a major reorganisation of children's services in , creating a new Children and Young People's Services department.
Leicester is home to two universities, the University of Leicester , which attained its Royal Charter in and was ranked 12th by the Complete University Guide,  and De Montfort University , which opened in as Leicester Polytechnic and achieved university status in It is also home to the National Space Centre off Abbey Lane, due in part to the University of Leicester being one of the few universities in the UK to specialise in space sciences.
The Church of England parish church of St Nicholas is the oldest place of worship in the city. Parts of the church certainly date from about AD, and a recent architectural survey suggested possible Roman building work.
The tower is Norman. By the church was in an extremely poor condition, and plans were made for its demolition. Instead, it was extensively renovated between and , including the building of a new north aisle.
Renovation continued into the twentieth century. A fifteenth-century octagonal font. In the 19th century Leicester was a centre for Nonconformist sects and many religious buildings were built including Baptist , Congregational , Methodist as well as Catholic congregations.
In Christians were the largest religious group in the city at In addition, 0. The city is home to places of worship or gathering for all the faith groups mentioned and many of their respective sub-denominations.
In the case of Judaism, for example, with only 0. Belgrave Road, not far from the city centre, is colloquially known as "The Golden Mile" because of the number of Jewellers.
It has become one of the most important short film festivals in the UK and usually runs in early November, with venues including the Phoenix Square.
Gas Museum Leicester. Leicester is the setting for the fictional diaries of Adrian Mole , created by Sue Townsend.
In the early books he lives in a suburb of Leicester and attends a local school where he first meets "the love of his life", Pandora Braithwaite.
After a period of years spent working in Oxford and London Mole returns to Leicester and gets a job in a second-hand bookshop and a flat in an "upmarket" development on a swan-infested waterfront which is a barely disguised representation of the area near to St.
Vastly in debt he is forced to move to the fictional village of Mangold Parva. The Clarendon Park and New Walk areas of the city, along with an unnamed Charnwood village "vaguely based upon Cossington", according to the author are some of the settings of the novel The Knot of Isis by Chrid McGordon.
Leicester Tigers have been the most successful English rugby union football club since the introduction of a league in , winning it a record ten times, four more than either Bath or Wasps.
They last won the Premiership title in Leicester City F. Leicester Riders are the oldest professional basketball team in the country.
Leicestershire County Cricket Club who are a professional cricket club based at Grace Road, Leicester currently play in the second tier of the county championship.
They won the County Championship in and Greyhound racing took place at two venues in the city; the main venue was the Leicester Stadium which hosted racing from to , it also hosted speedway.
In the public sector, University Hospitals Leicester NHS Trust is one of the larger employers in the city, with over 12, employees working for the Trust.
Leicester City Primary Care Trust employs over 1, full and part-time staff providing healthcare services in the city. Leicestershire Partnership NHS Trust  employs 3, staff providing mental health and learning disability services in the city and county.
The local DAB multiplex has the following stations:. Leicester University has a radio station, Galaxy Radio. Leicester is twinned with six cities.
Since , the fire services of Leicester and twin city Krefeld have played each other in an annual 'friendly' football match.
The following people and military units have received the Freedom of the City of Leicester. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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City and unitary authority area. Shown within Leicestershire. List of MPs. See also: Timeline of Leicester and History of Leicestershire. Main article: Ratae Corieltauvorum.
See also: List of settlements in Leicestershire by population. See also: Leicester Urban Area. Main article: Demography of Leicester.
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Abbey Pumping Station. Jewry Wall Museum. Belgrave Hall. The Guildhall. Main article: Music in Leicester. Main article: Sport in Leicester.
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Scoresway www. Goal www. Stats Perform www. All rights reserved. Data provided by Opta Sports. Leicester City.Archived from the original on 28 November The legless wyvern distinguishes it as a Leicester wyvern as opposed to other wyverns. McGhee left the club unexpectedly in December while Leicester were top of the Lester City Division to take charge of Wolverhampton Wanderers. Leicester City flop reveals why his four-year spell did not go to plan Fondor Maggi Live 8-Dec March Learn how and when to remove this template Party City Live Chat. Retrieved 11 February Brettspielmesse 2021 Retrieved 2 May The name of Leicester comes from Old English. The wider Leicester Urban Area showed an estimated population ofArchived from the original on 19 August Retrieved 20 December Gillies and Johnson received praise for their version of the "whirl" and the "switch" system, a system that had previously been used by the Austrian and Hungarian national teams. They were unsuccessful so petitioned the Futead of Lords in June who however supported Fleetwood but asked for proceedings made by Kettenmahjong Kostenlos Crown against the rioters to be dropped. Simon Murphy. A number of newspapers described Leicester's Titanic Wahre Geschichte win as the greatest sporting shock ever; multiple bookmakers had never paid out at such long odds for any sport. The club became the third English team to win on their Champions League debut, after Manchester United in and Newcastle United in The following have played for Leicester and have been inducted into the English Football Hall of Fame :. Nampalys Mendy.