Powerflush nearby to Husbands Bosworth
Husbands Bosworth is a large crossroads village in South Leicestershire located on the A5199 road connecting Leicester and Northampton and the A4304 road connecting Junction 20 of the M1 motorway to Market Harborough. At the time of the 2011 census, the village had a population of 1,027 people.
On September 18, 1608, John Cook, Solicitor General and later prosecutor in Charles I’s trial, was baptised in All Saints’ church.
The Grand Union Canal runs north of the village through a 1,166-yard (1,066 m) tunnel that bears the village’s name. The Welland River flows one mile to the south-east, very close to its headwaters. The River Avon flows nearby, two miles to the south-west. A thriving allotment site is located on the village’s southern boundary, directly adjacent to the cemetery.
Market Harborough railway station is the closest.
Husbands Bosworth has a long history as a centre for the Catholic faith. Mass has been held at Bosworth Hall since the Reformation. St Mary’s Church was built in the 1870s to serve the local Catholics. The Personal Ordinariate of Our Lady of Walsingham now serves the church. The Ordinariate allows former Anglicans to join the Catholic Church while keeping some of their traditions and worship style. Sunday Mass is at 11 a.m., and there is also a midweek worship programme.
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