St Nicholas Church

The Village of Frolesworth

Frolesworth is a small village of around 120 dwellings and sits in the Harborough district of Leicestershire. It is surrounded by the villages of Leire, Ullesthorpe, Sharnford, Ashby Parva, Bitteswell, Broughton Astley and Dunton Bassett, whilst Lutterworth is just 4 miles away. There are number of public footpaths linking the surrounding villages and The Leicestershire Round footpath crosses the parish.

The majority of the parish buildings are aligned with or set back from the single main street in the village; with a small number of outlying farms, homes and businesses making up the total of a hundred or so properties.

At the centre of the village is St Nicholas Church, which commands the highest ground in the village

John SMITH, a distinguished judge and later Lord Chief Baron of the Exchequer in Scotland, was born in this parish in 1656

Much of the events, groups and activities take place in the Church or Village Hall; please see more details in the ‘Communites’ section.

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