Sibson is a small rural village on the Leicestershire, Warwickshire boarder surrounded by delightful countryside with easy access to the M42, M1 & M6, and East Midlands & Birmingham International Airports. The village has a Large Church that dates back to at least the 12th Century, a Hotel/Restaurant and one of England's oldest inns, built in about 1250 AD. The Cock inn is rumoured to have housed the infamous highwayman Dick Turpin when he sought refuge from the eyes of the Law after working the Watling Street.



Millers Hotel Restaurant 

The Cock Inn

St. Botolph's Church

Sibson Village Hall



Dixie Grammar School


Ofsted reports of all these schools can be found online.


Sports Clubs

Market Bosworth Rugby Football Club - Market Bosworth has a thriving rugby club with junior, colts and senior teams playing in various Midland Leagues

Market Bosworth Tennis Club - Has six courts three of which are floodlit with a number of teams in the Leicestershire Leagues.

Market Bosworth Bowls Club - Attractive green in the centre of Market Bosworth

Market Bosworth Football Club - Has a number of junior teams

The Bosworth Blazers - Basketball Club with two teams playing in the Leicestershire League

Bosworth Hall Health Club


Local Attractions

Bosworth Water Park - Bosworth Water Park lies to the West of Market Bosworth where there is a fantastic range of sporting activities including sailing, windsurfing, kayaking, fishing and camping.

Bosworth Battlefield Heritage Centre and Country Park - There is a small museum, restaurant and some fantastic walks.

Battlefield Railway - A section of railway line has been reopened by the Shackerstone Railway Society and runs between Shackerstone and Shenton, periodically there are steam locomotives running.



Market Bosworth Surgery.

Bosworth Dental Practice


Local Authorities

Sheepy Parish Council

Hinckley and Bosworth Borough Council

Leicestershire County Council


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