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Examples of "medbourne"
Medbourne railway station was a station in Medbourne, Leicestershire, on the Great Northern and London and North Western Joint Railway.
Medbourne was also served by Ashley and Weston railway station on the London and North Western Railway. This station was known as Medbourne Bridge until 1879.
9.30am: Parade through Medbourne, traditionally held to ‘wake’ the villagers.
The table below shows the train departures from Medbourne on weekdays in April 1910.
10am: Tug-of-war match between Ashley and Medbourne in the field behind The George pub in Ashley.
Every Easter Monday there is a tug of war match against the neighbouring villages of Hallaton and Medbourne.
The station opened in 1850 on the Rugby and Stamford Railway and was originally named Medbourne Bridge. It was renamed when Medbourne railway station was opened on the Great Northern and London and North Western Joint Railway. The station closed for regular passenger services on 18 June 1951 but continued to be used by railway staff until 1952
Medbourne is a village in Leicestershire. The population of the civil parish at the 2011 census was 473.
The parish includes Shenley Dens, Shenley Hill, Grange Farm, Crownhill, Oakhill/Woodhill (including Woodhill (HM Prison), Shenley Wood (including Medbourne) and Shenley Church End.
Each year it competes with nearby Hallaton during the Bottle-kicking event on Easter Monday. It is believed that Medbourne, which lay on the Gartree Road, was a large market settlement at the time of Roman Britain.
The Leicester to Peterborough service was stopped as a war economy in 1916, and Medbourne station was closed. The station was accidentally burned down shortly after. The track was singled but continued in use for goods.
Maufe's name is listed on a war memorial on the gates of his former prep school, Nevill Holt, near the village of Medbourne, Leicestershire, along with other casualties of the World Wars.
The name 'Stoneygate' originates in Old English as "stone road", and Ordnance Survey maps show the former route of the Roman Gartree Road leading south-east from Leicester towards Little Stretton, Medbourne, Corby and eventually, Colchester.
The event starts with a parade through the villages of Medbourne and Hallaton. Locals carry a large hare pie and the three "bottles", which are actually small kegs or barrels. Two of the bottles are filled with beer; the third, called "the dummy", is made of solid wood and painted red and white.
He was the only surviving son of Robert Palmer of Medbourne, Leicestershire and educated at Emmanuel College, Cambridge. He succeeded his father in 1724, and his uncle, Sir Geoffery Palmer, 3rd Baronet, as the 4th Baronet in 1732. His family seat was East Carlton Hall in Northamptonshire.
The Sports & Social Club is on the Hallaton Road on the edge of the village and is home to the local football and cricket teams. Despite being in Leicestershire Medbourne F.C. play in the premier division of the Northamptonshire Combination, which sits at the seventh level of the English non-league pyramid.
Cranoe has never picked a definite side when playing in the annual tournament of "Bottle-kicking", deciding not to choose between Hallaton and Medbourne, but acting more as a freelance force, helping whichever side is losing until the last minute, when they then switch (if necessary) to the winning side.
Medbourne is a small, tranquil village just ten minutes from Market Harborough and fifteen minutes from Uppingham. The village has its own shop, known as village stores and a pub. The railway station closed as long ago as 1916. It is regarded as the most sought-after village to live within the Welland Valley.
Slawston is a village and civil parish in the Harborough district of Leicestershire, England, north-east of Market Harborough. According to the 2001 census the parish had a population of 143, including Welham and increasing to 191 at the 2011 census. The parish includes the deserted village of Othorpe at . Slawston is located roughly 1 km away from Medbourne.
Anderson was native of Lancashire, and was for many years rector of Medbourne, in Leicestershire. According to the parish register he was presented to the benefice in 1573, and held it until 1593, the date of his death. Early in 1587 Anderson was appointed to the vicarage of Stepney near London, and to the rectory of Denge in Essex, both of which he appears to have held in conjunction with his living in Leicestershire.