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Pre workhouses also existed at Bosworth, Cranoe and Shangton. By the s, Mowsley had a workhouse located at the eastern end of The Nook. Its operation was overseen by an elected Board of Guardians, 42 in number, representing its 41 constituent parishes as listed below figures in brackets indicate numbers of Guardians if more than one:.
Slawston from , Thorpe Lubenham from , Welford from The population falling within the union at the census had been 14, with parishes ranging in size from Hothorpe population 26 to Market Harborough itself 2, A new Market Harborough Union workhouse was erected to the north of the town in The building was designed by Sampson Kempthorne who was the architect of many union workhouses during this period although Market Harborough was his only one in the east Midlands.
The site layout and location are shown on the OS map:. Market Harborough was based on Kempthorne's model "square" design published by the Poor Law Commissioners in A three-storey entrance block at the south contained the porter's lodge, board-room and administrative offices.
The areas between the wings formed segregated exercise yards. Some expansion took place at the north of the site in the early twentieth century including a new infirmary. Market Harborough workhouse entrance detail , c. The site later became St Luke's Hospital.
The old workhouse buildings have now been demolished with the exception of a small derelict block at the south-west of the site. Market Harborough infirmary block from the south-east, The home provided accommodation for pauper children away from the workhouse in a rural environment.
In , the home was taken over by Northamptonshire County Council and continued in use as a children's home until In the Symington's factory at Church Square was redeveloped as the District Council offices, library and museum. Plans for an A6 by-pass were approved by the Department for Transport during the s and the 5 miles 8. It was opened in summer The opening of these roads has reduced considerably the volume of heavy goods vehicles passing through the town centre.
Associated improvements to the town centre took place as part of a "By-pass Demonstration Project" completed in In the former cattle market, bus station, indoor market and several properties next to the old post office and the former Peacock Hotel were re-developed to form a new pedestrianised shopping centre called St Mary's Place.
This included a Sainsbury's supermarket. A footpath and cycleway alongside the canal to Foxton became part of the National Cycle Network Route 6. The path continues south following the Brampton Valley Way a long and narrow recreation area on the route of the former railway line to Northampton.
The canal basin was restored as a boating centre called Union Wharf. This consists of workshops, restaurant, studios and flats. There are residential moorings and canal boats can be hired. A cycle and footway along the river through the town was created called the Millennium Mile and links Welland Park with the railway station.
In Welland Park was awarded Green Flag Award status and in a large new children's play area was opened. Market Harborough is in a rural part of southeast Leicestershire, on the River Welland and close to the Northamptonshire border. The town is about 15 miles The M1 is about 11 miles A branch of the Grand Union Canal terminates in the north part of the town and connects to the main canal near Foxton and the Foxton Locks.
The Parliamentary Constituency is Harborough which includes the town, surrounding rural areas as well as the urban areas of Oadby , Wigston and South Wigston , all southern suburbs of the city of Leicester to the north.
The District Council is Harborough District Council,  with its offices in the town centre being the former Symington's corset factory. The town itself is however an unparished area , with no town council of its own — the third least populated town of this sort.
The town is in the southern area of Leicestershire County Council close to the border with Northamptonshire. One of the town's most notable features is an unusual former grammar school located in the town centre which stands on wooden stilts. The school room had to be built upon posts to allow the butter market to be held on the ground floor.
The school was founded in and built in , through the generosity of Robert Smyth, a poor native of the town who became Comptroller of the Lord Mayor's Court of the City of London and member of the Merchant Taylors' Company. The subjects taught were Latin, Greek and Hebrew, and many boys were sent to Oxford and Cambridge universities. This is commemorated by a plaque inside the old schoolroom. The grammar school has since moved sites and is now the Robert Smyth Academy for to year-olds.
The school badge is the arms of the City of London. The school is divided into houses one of which is named "Bragg". Unless the Lord build the house, they labour in vain that build it: He the Lord seeth not as man seeth; for man looketh on the outward appearance, but the Lord looketh on the heart. Seek ye first the kingdom of God, and his righteousness; and all these things shall be added unto you. For by grace are ye saved through faith; and that not of yourselves: The Church of England parish church is dedicated to Saint Dionysius , and is of a broach spire construction.
It dates back to the 14th century but has been added to since. The Harborough Museum is in part of what was once Symington's Corset Factory, and shares the building with the council offices and library. The museum opened in and collects and displays objects and finds of local interest, including the Hallaton Treasure. The largest hoard of British Iron Age coins ever found, the Hallaton Treasure also includes a silver-gilt Roman parade helmet and jewellery.
The museum is open to the public most days and admission is free. In the former cattle market, bus station, indoor market and several properties adjacent to the old post office and the Peacock Hotel were re-developed to form a new pedestrianised shopping centre called St Mary's Place.
It has 26 retail units, and a new indoor market hall, including a Sainsbury's supermarket. The original 'Settling Rooms' from the cattle market have been listed for preservation in the centre of the car park Description and Image. The site straddles the River Welland , a pedestrian suspension bridge and two other footbridges. There is a post office combined with a newsagents and shops. The Peacock Hotel is at the main entrance.
Three miles north west of the town is Foxton Locks — ten canal locks consisting of two "staircases" each of five locks, on the Leicester line of the Grand Union Canal. It is named after the nearby village of Foxton where there is one of a very few remaining road swing bridges over the canal. HM Prison Gartree is west of the town near Foxton and the site of a prisoner escape by helicopter in The prison caters for prisoners on life sentences.
Compared to the United Kingdom the Harborough district has a greater proportion of smaller organisations with fewer than 10 employees; They are a data management company, mostly dealing with magazine subscriptions.
The company is owned by the Hearst Corporation who publish magazines such as Cosmopolitan and Esquire. Golden Wonder was based at Edinburgh House from until when it went into administration under Kroll. The former headquarters has become a Travelodge. It was founded by David Ross businessman in The Music at Dingley season of classical music concerts maintain a very high standard of performance. They feature leading musicians and offer a wide range of music in the beautiful surroundings of Dingley Hall, Dingley, Northamptonshire , 3 miles E of Market Harborough.
It features classical music performed by professional and amateur musicians, young talent and local choirs. BabyGigs is a local initiative bringing live classical music performed by professional players to babies and young children.
The Great Bowden Recital Trust is a charitable music organisation. The town is home to The Harborough Singers, a chamber choir.
Market Harborough Musical Theatre has been active since Its theatre is located close to St. The theatre is also home to Parsnips Youth Theatre and Octagon films, a club where residents may view films. From till the town had a cinema known as the Ritz, now demolished and replaced with residential apartments and shops.
It is a summer venue for open-air performances. Location details are not provided to attendees until they buy a ticket and band line-ups are not made public in advance. Ticket holders find out who's performing when they get there. The town will also host a Fake Festival in August. Tribute bands appear alongside local musicians. Live music gigs take place at a number of venues and pubs across the town including Joules Yard, The Nag's Head and the Waterfront.
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