Narborough lies approximately six miles from Leicester City Centre and boasts an array of facilities to meet most needs for day to day shopping and leisure. Within a ten minute drive, wider facilities are available at Blaby, Fosse Park and Meridian Shopping, Entertainment and Business Centre.
There are three Primary Schools in Narborough, Greystokes, Redhill Field and The Pastures with Brockington College at Enderby offering education for the 11 – 14 age group and Lutterworth College catering for the 14 – 18 age group. The private Leicester Grammar School is approximately within a twenty minute drive.
Being a rural area, there are ample footpaths, bridleways and cycle routes in the area whist within a ten minute drive there is an array of further leisure facilities catering for most interests.
Narborough is approximately two miles from Junction 21of the M1\M69 motorway network for travel north, south and west, and a rail link to Leicester and Birmingham is available at Narborough Station.
Narborough was first founded by the Saxons with an original name of ‘Nor Burh’; today Narborough has a population of some 7000 people. Narborough is ideal for the work commuter set near Junction 21 of the M1 and it has a railway station. Narborough railway station first opened in 1864 and closed for a short while in 1968 reopening in 1970 due to local demand.