Leicester offers the full range of criminal law, prison law, family law and education services.

Leicester is a city in England’s East Midlands region. Leicester Cathedral, where Richard III was reinterred in 2015, has stood at the city’s heart for over 900 years. Close by, the King Richard III Visitor Centre tells the story of the king’s life and death and displays his original burial site. The ruins of Leicester Castle, where Richard III spent some of his last days, lie in Castle Gardens, near the River Soar.

There are ten Scheduled Monuments in Leicester and thirteen Grade I listed buildings: some sites, such as Leicester Castle and the Jewry Wall, appear on both lists.

Leicester is the setting for the fictional diaries of Adrian Mole, created by Sue Townsend. In the early books he lives in a suburb of Leicester and attends a local school where he first meets “the love of his life”, Pandora Braithwaite.

Leicester is at the intersection of two major railway lines—the north–south Midland Main Line and the east/west Birmingham to London Stansted CrossCountry line. Leicester is the home to football club Leicester City and rugby club Leicester Tigers.




Follow the M1, at junction 21 take the M69/A5460 exit to Leicester.

At the roundabout, take the 3rd exit onto A5460.

At the next roundabout, take the 2nd exit onto Narborough Road, continuing on the A5460.

Turn right onto Upperton Road.

Just after the bridge, turn left onto Jarrom Street

At the end of Jarrom Street, turn left onto Oxford Street (A594)

Continue on oxford street.

Move into the right lane, taking the right turn to A594 South.

Turn right onto Newarke Street

Reeds Solicitors LLP Leicester Office is located at the end of the street on the right side, on the corner of Newarke Street and Welford Road.



The nearest car park is Newarke Street LE1 5SN



Leicester train station is a major stop on train services to and from London. The station is managed by East Midlands Railway and owned by Network Rail. The station is served by CrossCountry and East Midlands Railway services.

To find the office from Leicester Train Station, please follow the directions below.



Exit the station through the main entrance, exiting onto London Road (A594).

Turn right. Then cross the road at the pedestrian crossing, where the road bends to the right.

Walk down Granby Street.

Turn left on Belvoir Street, just after the entrance to the Grand Hotel on the left.

Continue walking straight as the road changes names to Welford Place.

At the end of the road, you will arrive at Welford Place with a statue of John Briggs in the centre.

Reeds Solicitors LLP Leicester office is on the opposite facing side, on the corner of Newarke Street and Welford Road.

0116 366 8500

1 Welford Road, Leicester, LE2 7AD,

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