Why live in Narborough
Leicester is a culturally diverse city, its location in the centre of England means there are excellent road, rail, and bus services. This means that consumers can take advantage of the cheaper house prices and still commute to major cities for job prospects. The city has many. Shopping lovers can enjoy the High Cross shopping centre or visit the out of town Fosse Park centre which is currently undergoing major redevelopment. If you enjoy sport, then you have a choice between the Tigers or Leicester City Football. With two major universities, Leicester is at the forefront t of top-quality medical practices and research.
What is there to do for families
The national space centre: An exciting and interactive day out learning about space, space travel and how this impacts our daily lives. Learn about the solar system or visit the rocket tower you will have a wonderous day out. Take advantage of the special events or question and answer sessions, a fun way for everyone to learn
Bradgate Park: Only a few miles outside of the city centre you will be immersed in the countryside. The park is home to Deer which are frequently seen grazing, there are walks to enjoy, paths for children to ride bikes. Take a picnic, feed the ducks, or grab a well-earned coffee from the café. The village also hosts a variety of cafes and pubs so you can always treat yourselves to Sunday lunch or breakfast after a brisk walk.
David Lloydd Gyms: These family friendly gyms are located on the Meridian Business park and in Narborough. Offering a range of activities there is something for all the family. From indoor tennis and squash courts, exercise classes, equipment room and the indoor and outdoor heated pools. Not only a place to get fit but also to socialise with friend, enjoy a drink and a meal and watch a full programme of sport. The kids clubs offer a range of activities and holiday clubs or you could hire a room for a party or celebration.
What is schooling like?
Narborough, Enderby and Littlethorpe ate supplied by four primary Schools and one large secondary college. Ofsted reports grade them from Good to Outstanding. In recent years one of the primary schools has taken Academy status. All the local schools offer a wide and varied curriculum and are committed to offering the best education to their pupils. Preparation for moving pupils from primary to secondary education is well thought out and planned, giving a smooth transition for everyone.
Nightlife in Leicester
Bar33 Cank Street: This is a unique and intimate venue serving high quality and unusual cocktails. A great place to start an evening out or to celebrate a special occasion. Booking is essential to guarantee entry as it is very popular.
Veeno Italian Food and Wines: Located in St Martins square a wine bar with a difference. Warm and friendly there is an intimacy offered for romantic evenings not offered by larger chains. This is the place to visit if you want to enjoy the best Italian wines and food there is, there are often special events that are great value for money.
Pesto’s at the White horse: A restaurant based outside of the city with a menu of Italian tapas. This is the ideal way to enjoy a range of Italian food in smaller proportions a fantastic way of sharing a family meal. Set menus are on offer great value for money. Open for lunch and dinner the restaurant is well thought out with a warm and friendly welcome awaiting you.
Leicester City is located at the merger of the M1 and M69 motorways this offers fantastic road networks to the South, North, Birmingham, and Wales. Other major Roads link Leicester to the East coast. Rail networks give direct access to London, Nottingham, Sheffield, and Birmingham. Alternatively, with a change, you can head to Yorkshire or Wales. Narborough is a popular village as it has its own railway station with direct access to Birmingham and Leicester, which is only a 10-minute journey. Great bus and coach services ensure Leicester offers great transport for everyone.