Leicestershire is a county located in the East Midlands region of England. It has a population of approximately 700,000 people and is known for its rich history, diverse landscape, and vibrant cultural scene. The county is home to several notable attractions, including the National Space Centre, the King Richard III Visitor Centre, and the Bosworth Battlefield Heritage Centre.
Leicestershire has a strong engineering sector with a rich industrial heritage. It has a full range of industry, from small to large companies, including process and heavy engineering.
Leicestershire has great transport links, with the M1 motorway crossing through its borders, with access to Leicester and Birmingham, as well as other major cities including London and Birmingham