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What to see in Hinckley

Hinckley is a business town in southwest Leicestershire and it is controlled by Hinckley and Bosworth Borough Council. Hinckley is the second biggest town in this area. Hinckley is arranged close to the bigger town of Nuneaton.

1. Hollycroft Park

Hollycroft Park

Hollycroft Park is established by Atkins family eighty years ago, and this recreation center has two tennis courts, a bowling area and many other fun activities. The recreation center is the base for Proms and Worldfest music events. It has been honored with Green Flag status four years ago.

3. Stoke Golding

Stoke Golding

Stoke Golding is an area which lies in most beautiful part of Hinckley. It is near the boarder with other towns. It has living area with seven hundred houses. It also has business sector and shopping stores and restaurants. Stoke Golding has a great Grade I recorded Saxon church, devoted to Margaret of Antioch, a Church of England church in the Diocese of Leicester. It is located in the middle of the town.

5. Hinckley Photography

Hinckley Photography

Hinckley Photography was made in 2011 by Lisa and Paul Hands. They help to increase popularity of Hinckley photography touristic tours. You can see town's best places, characters and occasions. It is a non benefit association with so many interesting displays.

2. Brodick Park

Brodick Park

Brodick Park in the western part of Hinckley was area where people could enjoy in recreation center for lodging. The recreation center has now been planted with trees to make a nature area with lot of fresh air. You can walk around here with your family every day.

4. The Ashby-de-la-Zouch Canal

The Ashby-de-la-Zouch Canal

The Ashby-de-la-Zouch Canal is fifty kilometers long waterway and you can see it in Hinckley. It is joined with Coventry Canal in Warwickshire. It was opened almost two hundred years ago. Midland Railway was settled here, but later was shut down.

Hinckley has a rich history since Anglo-Saxon times. Hinckley was truly an extensive town and developed into a market town in fourteenth century. Archeologists found confirmation of Iron Age and Romano-British settlement in this part of England.

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