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There is a lot going on in Leicestershire, from having a vibrant multicultural city with many high profile sporting clubs from the recent Guinness Premiership Champions Leicester Tigers, recent Champions of League One Leicester City and consistent performance Leicestershire CCC. Leicester also possesses the National Space Centre, storing many elements of space stations that have been in space along with having a large auditorium showing educational screenings. The city centre has also undergone a revamp, with the most notable development being the Highcross shopping complex that was completed in 2008. Leicester also hosts the Great Central Railway, a number of parks and many places to dine or socialise.
Leicestershire is more than just a city county; as if you look around the surrounding towns and villages you can find pockets of joy, from discovering the heritage of Melton Leicester Live Mowbray’s Pork Pie, the tradition of neighbouring town Loughborough for their sporting devotion and even having historical landmarks such as Belvoir Castle.
I have often been asked to take detours on my way from Leicester to head into Melton Mowbray, to get a pork pie from the source of the Melton Mowbray Pork Pie. It is quite a detour, yet I have no complaints, driving down meandering roads through the heart of the Leicestershire countryside is no chore. Driving through Melton Mowbray on a Tuesday is a nightmare as it is the official market day, with many traders and farmers bring their stock to auction them off. It gives an open account how traditions are still maintained with the auctioneer still talking in double time, with the farmers catching up on the latest farming news with a cup of tea and a pork pie whilst passersby take a view on the country life with the great variety of farmyard animals.
Leicestershire has its place in national cuisine, not only for the famous Melton Mowbray pork pie, but also for the range of cheeses. Red Leicester and Stilton are cheeses that Leicestershire has exclusive production rights (Stilton can only be produced in Leicestershire, Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire) and has been doing so for hundreds of years. Man