Macildowie has been ‘Building Great Futures’ in Leicestershire since 1993. Loughborough is a market town in the Charnwood borough of Leicestershire. Loughborough is home to the world's largest bell foundry, John Taylor Bellfounders, which made bells for the Carillon War Memorial. Loughborough has an estimated population of 66,611 people.
Loughborough's history dates back to the Medieval Times, but the first sign of industrialisation came in the 19th century when inventor John Heathcoat, developed a new machine for use within the established lace industry. Since then, factories for steam locomotives, cranes, and motor car parts have evolved.
The city is a hub for sport with Loughborough University recognised as a top UK sporting university and provides unrivalled opportunity to get involved with a plethora of sports, regardless of ability. It has a wide range of facilities including gyms, athletic centres, cricket, tennis, and artificial pitches for lacrosse, American football, and hockey, as well as being a base for several sports governing bodies.
The university has been ranked in the top 10 universities in the UK multiple years in a row, by The Sunday Times Good University Guide and Guardian League Table, and 95% of graduates work or go into further study within 6 months of graduation.