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NAME: St Mary's Church
LOCATION: Anstey, Leicestershire
COPYRIGHT OWNER: Semper Eadem 
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NAME: King William's Bridge
LOCATION: Anstey, Leicester
COPYRIGHT OWNER: Semper Eadem 
NOTES:  Built by the owners of Bradgate House (the Grey family) to allow King William to cross the brook on his visit to them, this bridge crosses over the Rothly Brook near to Anstey.

 

NAME: The Packhorse Bridge
LOCATION: Anstey, Leicestershire
COPYRIGHT OWNER: Semper Eadem 
NOTES: The original bridge over the Rothley Brook at Anstey, this bridge was designed for use by packhorses, and has changed little since it was constructed.

 


NAME: The Packhorse Bridge, Anstey
LOCATION: Anstey, Leicestershire
COPYRIGHT OWNER: Semper Eadem 
NOTES: Looking along the bridge, the original cobbled surface can be clearly seen. Notice also the passing places, where pedestrians could stand to the side to let a pack-horse go past.

NAME: The Old Mill
LOCATION: Gynsill Lane, Anstey
COPYRIGHT OWNER: Semper Eadem 
NOTES: On the Rothly Brook - an old watermill... notice the sluice gates.

NAME: Sluice Gates
LOCATION: Anstey, Leicestershire
COPYRIGHT OWNER: Semper Eadem 
NOTES: Close up of the mill sluice gates

NAME: The Old Hare and Hounds
LOCATION: Bradgate Rd, Anstey
COPYRIGHT OWNER: Semper Eadem 
NOTES: Pub in Anstey

NAME: The Old Cinema
LOCATION: Cropston Road, Anstey
COPYRIGHT OWNER: Semper Eadem 
NOTES: Originally the Savoy Cinema, this building has also served as a restaurant, and is now a ironmongery.

Why not take a look at our village article about Anstey?