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Medbourne is a village in Leicestershire.

Each year it competes with nearby Hallaton during the Bottle-kicking event on Easter Monday. It is believed that Medbourne, which lay on the Gartree Road was a large market settlement at the time of Roman Britain.

The Village

Medbourne is a small, tranquil village just ten minutes from Market Harborough and fifteen minutes from Uppingham. The village has its own shop, known as village stores, a restaurant called the Horse and Trumpet, and a pub. In the middle of typical Leicestershire and Rutland countryside it is the ideal place for a country stroll. The railway station closed as long ago as 1916.

The Sports & Social Club is on the Hallaton Road on the edge of the village and is home to the local football and cricket teams. Despite being in Leicestershire Medbourne F.C. play in the premier division of the Northamptonshire Combination, which sits at the seventh level of the English non-league pyramid.

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