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What are the closest stations to Stafford Leys?

  • The closest stations to Stafford Leys are:
    • Red Cow, Leicester Forest East is 308 meters away, 5 min walk
    • Warren Lane, Leicester Forest East is 396 meters away, 6 min walk
    • Forest Drive, Leicester Forest East is 569 meters away, 8 min walk
    • Kings Drive, Leicester Forest East is 604 meters away, 8 min walk
    • Forest Rise, Leicester Forest East is 657 meters away, 9 min walk

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Stafford Leys
Stafford Leys Leicester Forest East is a settlement in Leicestershire, England, west of Leicester, straddling the M1 motorway. It is part of the Blaby district. Leicester Forest East is a popular location among commuters and young families. It was developed primarily between 1920 and 1985, seeing major developments constructed along the Hinckley Road (A47) and to the south-east of the M1 throughout the 1930s. Large-scale housing developments took place in the 1960s, to the north-east and west of the M1 motorway. In the 1980s, a large housing project was constructed at the western edge of the settlement. The village takes its name from the ancient Leicester Forest. The streets through the housing developments to the north-east of the M1 take their names from Ann Packer and Robbie Brightwell, Olympic medalists in the 1964 Tokyo games.
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