Newtown Linford

Newtown Linford is a linear village in Leicestershire, England.

It is located in a valley in the Charnwood Forest area, and has four access roads. The first is from Anstey, then there are roads which lead to the A50 at Groby and at Markfield (the former passing Groby Pool). There is another road that leads out to the North, which splits towards Ulverscroft, or Loughborough, Woodhouse, Woodhouse Eaves, Swithland etc.

Read more about Newtown Linford:  History, Local Area, Government

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