We hope you enjoy your visit to one of the top courses in the Midlands. You will be welcomed by a friendly clubhouse atmosphere. This established parkland course you will find demanding but fair and we hope you enjoy your visit. The Club provides a well run and friendly Clubhouse with a catering facility available with players changing facilities. The 18 hole course also has a practice area and putting green. Rothley Golf Club is situated within 150 acres of beautiful parkland. Enjoy the natural wildlife whilst playing our challenging 18 hole golf course.
The University of Leicester, based in Leicester, England, was founded in 1921 with nine students. The fledgling College gained full degree-awarding powers in 1957 when it was granted its Royal Charter. Today the University has approximately 19,000 registered students. It is a research-led University that offers academic programs in the fields of Medicine and Biological Sciences;Arts, Humanities and Social Science;Law;Science;and Teaching.
De Montfort University is a dynamic organisation, formed from a diverse range of specialist institutions. Its long history of excellent teaching, learning and research is founded in the technical and trade education of the late 19th Century. The name itself is associated with Simon De Montfort, Earl of Leicester, a distinguished figure in English history and widely credited with establishing the first parliament in 1265.
Leicester College is a further education college in Leicestershire, England. The College has over 24,000 students. The College is recognised as a Wella Centre of Excellence in Hairdressing and Beauty Therapy. The College has four main campuses - the Abbey Park campus, Bede Island campus, Freeman's Park campus and St Margaret's campus. LC offers courses in AS/A2 levels, Art and Design, Beauty and Complementary Therapies, Business, Childcare and Early Years Education, Computing, Construction, Continuing Studies, Engineering, Floristry, and Hairdressing.
The National College of Hypnosis and Psychotherapy was founded during 1977 and located at Loughborough. It has been offering respected, evidenced based and independently accredited training in adult clinical hypnosis/hypnotherapy and hypno-psychotherapy. The College has training centres throughout the UK including London, Leeds, Liverpool, Oxford, East Midlands (Leicester), Newcastle, Manchester, South Wales and Glasgow. The NCHP courses and syllabus includes fundamentals of hypnosis, basic hypnotherapeutic techniques, contra-indications, simple relaxation, and suggestion therapy.
Wyggeston and Queen Elizabeth I College or QE is a sixth form college in Leicester, England. It occupies a site adjoining Victoria Park and the University of Leicester. The College caters to students in the age group between 16 and 19;currently around 1,890 students are enrolled here. The College offers the International Baccalaureate, AS/A-Levels, Diploma, GCSE and Enrichment courses. Programs are offered in the fields of Biology, Chemistry, Economics, English, French, Geography, History, Italian, Mathematics, Physics, Psychology, Theory Knowledge and Visual Arts
Set in 180 acres of tranquil countryside, Park Hill boasts a championship length, 18 hole Par 73 golf course with a maximum yardage of 7219 yards off the medal tees. Constructed to the highest standards (US PGA) to ensure excellent playing conditions all year round, Park Hill provides a superb challenge for all levels of golfer. Park Hill's extensive practice facility enables golfers to improve their game while the club's professional is always on hand to offer expert advice, providing individual or group lessons where required.
This heathland course was designed by that famous man of Fife, golfer and architect, James Braid. The club was founded some years before Braid substantially re-modelled the course and many of our winter greens are those of the original 19th century venue. Whatever time of year you play Charnwood you will discover a truly mature and well-kept course. The 18 tees of this little gem of a 9-holer offer variety of yardage, shape, and elevation thus requiring the golfer to pay close attention during both circuits. Being heathland the course is well-drained and remains open when many other courses in the county are forced to close.
East Midlands Airport is a busy regional airport serving central England and offers 30 scheduled flights to and from destinations across Europe. The single terminal handles both departures (first floor) and arrivals (ground floor), while passenger facilities include two bureaux de change, ATMs, baby care rooms, first aid room, a lost property service and a children's play area. The food hall is located on the first floor of the terminal, while there is a food village, pub and several bars in the departures lounge. A number of shops are available to everyone in the main terminal while extensive duty free can be found in the international departure lounge. Facilities for disabled travellers include an induction loop system for the hard of hearing, dedicated car parking, porters, specially designed toilets, and lifts.
When the reservoir was constructed, various areas were set aside to cater for different types of leisure pursuits. At the eastern end, sailing and sailboarding are popular, while in the central section trout fishing takes place, both from boats and from the shore. The western part of the reservoir is set aside as a nature reserve, but throughout the year large numbers of waterbirds can be seen in all sections of the reservoir.
Opened in 1931, Donington Park is one of Britain's most popular racing circuits. It is the home of the British Motorcycle Grand Prix (MotoGP) and also plays host to rounds of the British Touring Car Championship, British Formula 3 Championship, British GT Championship, Le Mans Series, and British Superbike Championship. The circuit uses tracks and paths in the parkland at the front of Donington Hall. Initially, it was used only for motorcycle racing. It wasn't long, however, before Fred Craner, a local garage owner and secretary of the Derby and District Motor Club, had persuaded the Sheilds family, who owned Donington Hall, to also allow car racing. To make this possible, the circuit was resurfaced and extended by 1933.
Donington Park is one of the most centrally located venues to serve the whole of the UK and is situated where the three counties of Leicestershire, Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire meet. It offers unrivalled accessibility for business clients as well as offering a general public catchment area in excess of 5 million people within an hours drive and we have a wide range of conference and exhibition facilities together with full corporate hospitality and business incentive activities. Our facilities vary from a meeting room for 10 to 2500 seated theatre style. All of the Parks facilities have full catering, bar and toilet facilities as well as free adjacent vehicle parking.
Ruddington Grange is ideally located for corporate events;situated as it is close to motorway, rail and air links to the UK and abroad. It combines convenient travel and ample parking with pleasant surroundings and the ability to offer good levels of security particularly for private meetings. Ruddington Grange, the first of a new crop of Nottinghamshire golf clubs is an attractive parkland type layout. Although quite open there is danger lurking in the way of cleverly positioned water hazards which come into play on eight holes. At just over 6,500 yards the course is not "long" by current standards and can be enjoyed by every standard of golfer.
Welcome to Stoke Albany Golf Club near Market Harborough, Leicestershire. Set in the Welland Valley with spectacular views over the surrounding picturesque countryside, The course is 18 holes par 71 of 6175 yards. Water can come into play on nine of the holes but especially so on the 9th, 10th & 11th, which must be tamed, then a good score is a distinct possibility. Good drainage ensures that the course is playable all year round on the main greens although some temporary tees may be used in the winter months.
North Warwickshire & Hinckley College is one of the largest providers of education and training in the Midlands. The College is based on two main campuses in Nuneaton and Hinckley, as well as outreach centres throughout North Warwickshire. It has seven sites:Atherstone Site, Bedworth Site, Hinckley Site, Bermuda Park Innovation Centre, Polesworth Learning Centre, Coleshill Continuing Education Centre and Learning Information Technology Centre. They offer subjects like:Business Studies, Computing, English Language and Literature, Geography, Mathematics Music, Media Studies and Music Technology and more.
Stanford, where Shakespeare's Avon flows gently through the Park, has been the home of the Cave family, ancestors of the present owner Mr Nicholas Fothergill since 1430. In the 1690s, Sir Roger Cave commissioned the Smiths of Warwick to pull down the old Manor House and build the present Hall, which is a superb example of their work and of the William and Mary period. The lofty Ballroom, grandly resplendent in pink and gold, has a fine coved ceiling with four trompe l'oeil shell corners. The mellow panelled Library is lined with over five thousand books, as well as many interesting manuscripts, the oldest dating from 1150. The peaceful Drawing Rooms with their lovely portraits and elegant furniture overlook the park.
Just a 10 minute drive away we have the National Space Centre which is very popular for visitors of all ages.
Discover six galleries, including the iconic Rocket Tower and the UK’s largest domed planetarium, crammed full of space suits, rockets, satellites and meteorites.
Only 15mins drive away we have the King Richard III visitor centre which was hidden in our City centre for many years.
Less than two years have passed since Leicester City Council purchased an old school building with the aim of creating a centre that would tell the story of the remarkable search for –and at that point unconfirmed discovery of –King Richard lll.
The incredible transformation of the former Alderman Newton’s School, located right next to the spot where the king’s remains were found, is now complete and the King Richard lll Visitor Centre opened its doors to the public on 26 July.
The former school –a stunning Victorian Gothic revival building built partly on the site of the former Grey Friars Church and in the heart of Leicester’s Old Town –had stood empty since 2008 when its last occupants, Leicester Grammar School, moved out.
The importance of its position –overlooking the possible gravesite of the long-lost Last Plantagenet King of England –was immediately obvious, and Leicester City Council bought the freehold for the building for in November 2012.
Major renovations have now completely transformed the 150-year-old building into the home of a state-of-the art visitor centre, whilst retaining the character and features of the former school.
Using great storytelling, beautiful design and 21st century technology, the centre tells the fascinating and moving story of the king’s life and death, and reveals one of the greatest archaeological detective stories ever told.