Newton Harcourt

Newton Harcourt is a village in the English county of Leicestershire, south of the city of Leicester.

Newton Harcourt is divided from its church by the Grand Union Canal's Leicester Arm and the Midland Main Line railway both of which pass to the south of the main settlement.

Administratively, Newton Harcourt forms part of the civil parish of Wistow Cum Newton Harcourt and of the district of Harborough.

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