No Shortage Of Signs For Happening Hinckley Micro

Hinckley is rarely classed as a shopping destination. To be honest with the shopping meccas of Coalville, Nuneaton and Shepshed nearby it is up against it…but it has got The Crescent A £60m complex that appeared around three years ago with a big fanfare and has managed to retain a cinema, gym along with a… Continue reading No Shortage Of Signs For Happening Hinckley Micro

Midlands Classic Pubs #7: Queens Head Inn Hinckley

One of the things bloggers spend far too much time doing is looking at stats.  Of course like match stats they can be completely irrelevant as I appear to be picking up far more of a global audience these days. However, as Birmingham’s victories this season have all pretty much occurred with an inferior amount… Continue reading Midlands Classic Pubs #7: Queens Head Inn Hinckley

Land Ahoy In Hinckley

Hinckley is famous for many things including it’s hosiery – hence the football club nickname of ‘The Knitters’ after the controversial merger in 1997 of Town and Athletic. Whilst it didn’t grab the headlines quite like Robert Maxwell’s proposed Thames Valley Royals joining of Oxford and Reading, which was engineered apparently to “buy Kerry Dixon,”… Continue reading Land Ahoy In Hinckley