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Leicestershire is a shire county in the region of the East Midlands, England. The county of Leicestershire is one of the few counties within the East Midlands region and also within England which is completely landlocked. Leicestershire County borders a number of other counties, some of which are a part of the East Midlands region and others which are a part of the West Midlands region. Leicestershire borders Northamptonshire to the south-east, Warwickshire to the south-west, Staffordshire to the west, Lincolnshire to the north-east, Rutland to the east, Nottinghamshire to the north and Derbyshire to the north-west. The name ‘Leicestershire’ was taken from the name of its former administrative centre – the City of Leicester. The City of Leicester was for many years the administrative centre of the county of Leicestershire and was where the administrative headquarters and county council was once located. However, these days the administrative headquarters of the county are situated in Glenfield, which is a large village in the Leicestershire county and shares the same names as a well known and major hospital within the area too. These days, the City of Leicester is administered and controlled completely separate from the Leicestershire County and this is why the city no longer plays host to the administrative headquarters of Leicestershire County.
The County of Leicestershire is home to around 980, 000 people, which means that this East Midlands county is ranked at number twenty one in the list of the counties within the whole of England. There are a total of forty eight counties in the whole of England and in a list where number one is the most highly populated and number forty eight is the least populated, this shows that Leicestershire is listed in the top half of this ranking. The high population may be down to the City of Leicester being one of the most multi-cultural cities in the whole of England and therefore consists of both native English residents and also a high number of foreign immigrants too. Leicestershire County is set on an area of land which measures 2, 156km2 and makes the County of Leicestershire number twenty eight on the list of English counties where its total size is concerned. These figures show that Leicester has a slightly larger population that it has total land area.
In the northern areas of Leicestershire, in towns such as Coalville and other areas, there is more open land and natural beauty. Some of the towns and area in north Leicestershire actually form part of the National Forest, which extends in to Staffordshire and Derbyshire too. Although the county is rather flat in terms of terrain, the civil parish of Bardon Hill is the where the highest point within Leicestershire can be found. Bardon Hill is a civil parish which is located close by to the town of Coalville. Bardon Hill is within the Leicestershire area of the National Forest and the highest point of this civil parish also serves as the highest point within the county too, as it measures 278 metres high.
The County of Leicestershire is made up of a total eight districts. The main and busiest district is the City of Leicester, which can be found right in the centre of the county. The Nine districts which make up the county of Leicestershire are: Charnwood, Melton, Harborough, Oadby and Wigston, the City of Leicester, Blaby, North West Leicestershire and Hinckley and Bosworth. For anybody who knows anything about Leicester city and the Leicestershire County, you will know that the animal which is most associated with the area is of course the fox. The fox is the symbol of both the county’s Leicester City Football Club and the Leicestershire County Cricket Club. The fox can also be seen on the county council’s flag and symbol too. The reason behind its strong association with foxes is due to the fact that Leicestershire is believed to be the place where fox hunting, as we know it today, was invented. In areas around the Leicestershire County, there are recognised fox hunting organisations and clubs. Market Harborough and Melton Mowbray are two places which are well noted to have links with fox hunting. It was in fact, a local Leicestershire resident who gained the name of being the ‘father of modern fox hunting’, as he invented the newer, more modern version of the sport. Hugo Meynell, who was originally from Quorn in Leicestershire, started the sport in the eighteenth century and was responsible for creating the fox hunting sport just how we know it today. There were versions of the sport which would have been played before this time and before Hugo Meynell however, the rules and way in which it is played was invented by this Leicestershire local.
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