Market Harborough Travel Guide

  • The Old Grammar School
    The Old Grammar School
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    Typical late Victorian factory
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    Old Grammar School 2016
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  • Old Grammar School

    The 'Old Grammar School' building is a bit of an icon in Market Harborough. It originally dates from 1614 and was funded by one Robert Smyth who had somehow worked his way up from being a poor Market Harborough boy to high office in the court of the Lord Mayor or London. The school taught Latin, Greek and Hebrew and several of its pupils (all...

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  • St Dionysus' Church

    St Dionysius church towers over the main street of Market Harborough. Its huge, elegant steeple is 154 feet high and considered to be one of the finest in England. Although the church is quite old (it originally dates from the 1300s), there is little to be seen of the old building or of particular historical interest. The nave arches, probably...

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  • St Dionysius' Church

    St Dionysius church towers over the main street of Market Harborough. Its huge, elegant steeple is 154 feet high and considered to be one of the finest in England. Although the church is quite old (it originally dates from the 1300s), there is little to be seen of the old building or of particular historical interest. The nave arches, probably...

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