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Offices and Office Space Melton Mowbray

Melton Mowbray just 6 Miles away

Just 6 miles South West from Melton Mowbray and a mere 10 minute journey, our offices provide the ultimate location for any business.

With car parking for over 170 vehicles available, easy access and a stunning setting that will enhance your brand and motivate your staff.

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Burrough Court just 6 miles from Melton Mowbray

With the forthcoming expansion of one of our existing customers into larger premises here at Burrough Court, you will have the opportunity to relocate your business to what is seen as Leicestershire’s No.1 Business Venue.

The Office Space available could accommodate a variety of requirements... from 200sqft to 2000sqft.

Set in our stunning courtyard and with access to our very own 1GB superfast broadband it is perfect combination of historic charm, contemporary styled office space and high capacity internet access.

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About Melton Mowbray, source - Wikipedia

Melton Mowbray (/ˈmɛltən ˈmbri/) is a town in Leicestershire, England, 19 miles (31 km) northeast of Leicester, and 20 miles (32 km) southeast of Nottingham. The town is on the River Eye and the River Wreake and has a population of 25,554.[1]

The town is best known for its culinary speciality, the Melton Mowbray pork pie, and it is also one of the six[2] homes of Stilton cheese. Melton Mowbray is promoted as the "Rural Capital of Food".[3]

The name comes from the early English word Medeltone – meaning "Middletown surrounded by small hamlets" (and therefore has the same origin as Milton and Middleton). Mowbray is a Norman family name – the name of early Lords of the Manor – namely Robert de Mowbray.[4]

Melton Mowbray Town Estate

Melton Mowbray is home to a rare example of early town government. The Melton Mowbray Town Estate was founded at the time of the Reformation, in 1549, when two townsfolk sold silver and plate sequestered from the church and bought land to be held in trust for all inhabitants. The Town Estate provided early forms of education, the first street lighting, and today owns and operates the town's parks and sportsgrounds, and the town's market.

Since its inception in 1549, traditionally the day to day running of the Town Estate was undertaken by the Townwardens. In 1989, a new Scheme of Arrangement was drawn up by the Charity Commission after public consultation and the management of the Town Estate was transferred to a body of 14 Feoffees,[15] two of which are known as Senior and Junior Townwarden.

Nowadays, the position of Townwarden is titular only, i.e. the ‘public face’ of the Town Estate at civic or ceremonial occasions


Melton railway station is on the line from Birmingham to Stansted Airport via Leicester, Peterborough and Cambridge. Trains run hourly in either direction. The service is supplemented with additional trains in the peak on route to/from Nottingham, Norwich and Sleaford. The station is managed by East Midlands Trains although most services are operated by CrossCountry. CrossCountry intend to enhance their service gradually to half-hourly on this route. Since early 2009 East Midlands Trains have offered a single daily journey from Melton Mowbray to London St Pancras and return. This is notable for being the first regular passenger service to cross the spectacular and historic Welland Viaduct since 1966. In 2010, the company introduced a single daily journey to Derby and return.

Entertainment and facilities

Melton Carnegie Museum is based in Melton Mowbray. The museum has recently been refurbished and visitors can expect a "hands on", audio visual family orientated experience showing the history and importance of the town. Included are sounds from the ages, a history of the hunt, a preserved phone box, a buried (underfoot and perspex) Saxon and shrapnel from WWII.

Melton Mowbray is renowned for its music-making. The Melton Band (a traditional British-style brass band) can trace its directors back to 1856 and was, until recently, called Melton Borough Band. The colourful Melton Mowbray Toy Soldiers Marching Band was formed in 1936; and Happy Jazz – a dixieland jazz band – had its headquarters in the town from 1996 until 2014. There is also the Melton Mowbray Tally Ho Band, formed in 1936; and Tornado Brass, a mixed brass and woodwind group, was founded in the 1980s.

Melton has several pubs, some of which, like the Generous Britain (affectionately known as the Jenny B) continue to encourage new live music.[16] The Noels Arms Freehouse is Melton Mowbray District CAMRA Pub of the Year 2014 and is the place to go for fine ales and cider. The Noels also houses Gasdog Brewery which is the first brewery in the town for over a hundred years. Also gaining great reputation for new and established bands and musicians in Melton Mowbray every Friday & Saturday night, Sunday afternoons sees the pub open to acoustic acts and the now very popular cheese board.[17] There are several other pubs in Melton surviving the latest recession, including one of the oldest establishments in the area, The Anne of Cleves. This ancient building on Burton Street close to St Mary's church has features dating from the early 14th century. Originally home to Chantry Monks the building was taken during the dissolution and given, by Henry VIII to Anne of Cleves as part of the divorce settlement.[18]

The town boasts an unusual cinema, The Regal, in King Street in the centre of the town. The building itself is a remarkably preserved purpose-built theatre complete with period interior design, sumptuous colours with winding staircases and fancy plasterwork.[19] It re-opened in 2013 after refurbishment.

Concerts have been played in the carousel bandstand in Melton Mowbray Park since August 1909. There is still a series of concerts on summer Sundays.