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Pronounced (listen) Problems listening to this file? See media help. Stoughton (pronounced /ˈstoʊtən/) is a small village and civil parish in the Harborough district of Leicestershire. It is just east of Leicester, and sits in countryside between two protusions of the Leicester urban area (Thurnby to the north and Oadby to the south). The closest part of the city of Leicester is Evington. Other nearby places are Houghton on the Hill and Great Stretton. The parish church of St Mary and All Saints contains monuments to members of the Farnham and Beaumont families. Stoughton Grange was the principal grange or farm of Leicester Abbey. After the suppression of the Abbey it passed into the hands of the Farnhams. Leicester Airport lies close to the village; Stoughton Farm Park (formerly Stoughton Grange Farm), which was closed following the foot-and-mouth crisis and now houses a number of small businesses, was nearby. In 2008, the airport and adjacent land are the subject of a proposal to build an eco-town of some 15,000 to 20,000 new homes, with the provisional name of Pennbury.[1] Notable people George Anthony Legh Keck was a politician and his wife Elizabeth a descendant from the Legh's of Lyme Park, Cheshire. They moved from Stoughton Grange to live at Bank Hall, Bretherton and dramatically renovated the mansion, where both Legh Keck and his wife died. References ^ BBC report on Pennbury External links Map sources for Stoughton, Leicestershire Coordinates: 52°36′46″N 1°03′22″W / 52.61291°N 1.05623°W / 52.61291; -1.05623 This Leicestershire location article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v • d • e