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Welcome to Rothley on the edge of the Charnwood Forest and a village full of history. From the Chapel of the Knights Templar to the village with the most cruck cottages in Leicestershire you will find much to interest you in our website. If you are new to the village or seeking information we hope that you enjoy our welcome, shops and history.



To learn more about Robert Jackson Emerson please click on the following link:

You can find it here in North Street, Rothley

This picture dates to around 1913 and shows Fanny Emerson, with daughter Fanny, at the entrance to their shop and home in North Street. Fanny's husband, Jack, is on the right of the group in the road.

If you would like to see more photographs of old Rothley please click on the following link:

For further information, help or support please contact the Site Administrator Marion Vincent 0116 2375156 or vincent.mbe82@yahoo.co.uk

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Westfield Lane in Winter

Frosty Vines at Kingfishers Pool

Fishing near the old Cossington Lane Bridge in 1954.

Alfred Davies

Cross Green

The 9th century Saxon cross

The Green

Walks around the village

Rothley Station Signal Box

Rothley Station Signal Box

Rothley Station

Rothley Station

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