Macildowie has been ‘Building Great Futures’ in Leicestershire since 1993. Lutterworth is a market town in Leicestershire, England and is home to the large logistics and distribution centre called Magna Park, which is the main source of employment in the Lutterworth area.
Located in the centre of Roman England, Lutterworth is a town with a determination to make an impact on transport and travel. Its biggest tourist attraction, and claim to fame, is the full-sized replica of a Gloster E28/39 aircraft on the Frank Whittle Roundabout. The roundabout was named after Frank Whittle, the brains behind the development of the jet engine, which was done in town.
The town centre is also home to the Lutterworth and District Museum, which tells the story of John Wycliffe, 1374-84, who encouraged the first English translation of the Bible. The museum can be found near the Market Square, which has a plethora of Victorian architecture in the form of inviting local pubs, tearooms, and cafes.