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Through Loughborough railway station, the university town is very well connected to the rail network. Half-hourly services run to London St Pancras, and East Midlands Trains operates services across the East Midlands as well as between the Capital and the north of England. Loughborough is also on the Midland Main Line that runs northwards to Lincoln, Sheffield, Leeds and York; and runs southwards to Bedford, Luton and London.
Loughborough is served by local buses that go in and around the town. These are mainly operated by Arriva Fox County, Centrebus, Paul S Winson, Nottingham City Transport, Trent Barton and Kinchbus. Its transport links are just one of the towns attributes that make is popular with new home buyers.
Things to do
Renowned for its famous Loughborough University that was established more than a century ago, Loughborough also boasts a rich culture and art scene. You can discover it through its many museums. The Charnwood Museum features a wide range of exhibits about the local natural, geological and industrial history. The Carillon and the War Memorial showcase military tokens and archives for you to learn more about.
You can also explore the town’s cultural heritage by strolling through its streets and observe the stunning architecture. Loughborough has a large variety of restaurants, pubs, bars and clubs as well as the Loughborough Town Hall that features amazing shows.
For retail therapy, Loughborough’s town centre offers many shopping opportunities on Market Street, Market Place and Swan Street. You can also go to its two main shopping centres, The Rushes Shopping Centre and Carrillon Court.
If you are looking for green spaces, the town is surrounded by countryside. The Charnwood Forest and Bradgate Park are nearby and perfect for you to explore.
Homes in Loughborough
If you’re interested in new build properties in Loughborough, simply browse the selection of housing developments we have listed above.