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Welcome to Melton Mowbray

Melton Mowbray, situated in North-East Leicestershire, is in the midst of classic English country-side. It is has some beautiful country villages and the best pub food you could want.

This pretty town towards the north east of Leicester is a great place for any visitor to Leicestershire to simply "have a wander" and a day out. The Norman-built St Mary's Church is said by locals to be the stateliest in the county - and they will all tell you that they're not being biased! There is also the Anne of Cleaves, now a pub, which was part of her divorce settlement from Henry VIII - although there is local debate about whether she ever stayed there or not.

Melton is in a mainly agricultural area and for anyone interested in farming, there is a livestock market on Tuesdays and a fruit and veg market on Tuesdays and Wednesdays. But there is no doubt that what the town is most famous for - its delicious pork pies...which can still be sampled by visitors at Ye Olde Porke Pie Shoppe!

Where is Melton Mowbray and how do I get there? About 15 miles north east of Leicester on the A607. There are bus services to Leicester, and rail links to Leicester, Stamford, and Peterborough.

With acknowledgements to the Leicester Mercury for the information on Melton Mowbray

Fly Fishing
Melton Mowbray Market Place Fly Fishing at Rutland Water


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