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The town of Market Harborough, Leicestershire, originally settled by the Saxons, is now inhabited by about 23,000 people.
Historically it used to be within Rockingham Forest in which medieval kings hunted.
St Dionysius' Church dates from 1300. Next to this is the timber Old Grammar School dated 1614.
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