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  • This picture is taken from the side of the recreation ground.
  • The town is named after Earl Leofric husband to Lady Godiva.
  • The market town dates back to the 7th century.
  • Its name is the curse of all travel presenters on radio who invariably pronounce the name Leo-minster rather than Lem-ster.
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