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PIGGY’S HOLLOW – SOME SPECULATION ABOUT WHAT THE SITE MAY HAVE BEEN

  Scheduled monument. Entrance free. List entry no 1010686 First listed Oct. 81   MEDIEVAL MANORIAL COMPLEX – GRID REFERENCE 5K626027   Access:  From Footpath from Church to School Lane or from Arboretum   Owner: Leicester City Council   The largest manor in Evington was owned by the Grey family of Codnore, Derbyshire from the early 13thCentury to the late 15thCentury and ... Read More »

WHAT MIGHT EXIST BELOW THE PLATFORM AT PIGGY’S HOLLOW?

  PIGGY’S HOLLOW (The name of the Moated site in Evington’s Arboretum)   The monthly History and Heritage group that meet in the Parish Centre, welcomed Jo Instone-Brewer, an undergraduate at Leicester University studying Archaeology, to their April meeting.  Jo’s talk was titled, “What might exist below the platform of Piggy’s Hollow?” Jo gave some historical facts and speculated on ... Read More »