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Things to do in Quorn, Leicestershire


Quorn station is one of the principal stops on the Great Central Railway. It has become a mainly residential village. Quorn is known world-wide for its link with Hugo Meynell, a dominant figure in English foxhunting who lived at Quorn Hall from 1753-1800.

D.H. Lawrence frequented the village in the early 20th century as he became engaged to a Quorn lady for a short time. There are several ecclesiastical buildings of note in the village, including St. Bartholomew's Parish Church, built from local Mountsorrel granite.

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