Cossington (or Cosintone as given in the Domesday Book, 1087) is a leafy little Leicestershire village nestled within the Soar Valley between Sileby, Rothley, Ratcliffe-on-the-Wreake and Syston.

We have a parish population of around 600 persons who enjoy a relatively quiet life but with a choice of either Loughborough or Leicester which are only 7 miles north & south respectively for residents who crave more ‘happening’ places.

Our local Pub, the ancient Church and our Victorian School are the wonderful extent of our civic amenities, and we enjoy a regular programme of village events which engenders a strong community spirit.