With three churches, a school, "small stately home" and other buildings of interest Husbands Bosworth is a typical English village.
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The Parish Church of Husbands Bosworth is believed to stand on the site of an earlier Saxon church. The earliest parts of the present Church date from the late 12th or early 13th Century. In the early days it came under the patronage of the abbots of Leicester Abbey.
This is the page for the craft group.
Meeting regularly within the village to pursue a variety of craft work in a relaxed atmosphere. Patchwork, tapestry, embroidery, etc. Anything reasonably portable. Contact: 01858 880413
The first mention of schooling in the village of Husbands Bosworth is found in the Church Survey Book of 1619, which states: "...a Chapel on the North side of the Church [All Saints], where a School is kept...".
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