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Ulverscroft is a civil parish in the Charnwood district of Leicestershire. It has a population of about 100; the population in 2011 is included in the civil parish of Newtown Linford. There is no village by the name, but there was previously an Ulverscroft Priory.[1]

Ruins of the Augustinian priory in Ulverscroft

There are some good examples of early Arts and Crafts movement architecture in and around Ulverscroft including Stoneywell by Ernest Gimson. Stoneywell, now a National Trust property, opened to the public in 2015.

Ulverscroft Grange is the home of the Shuttlewood Clarke Foundation - Registered Charity Number 803525 - Providing Friendship Care and support to the Elderly and adults with disabilities in the community and beyond.


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Media related to Ulverscroft at Wikimedia Commons

Coordinates: 52°42′14″N 1°16′01″W / 52.704°N 1.267°W / 52.704; -1.267