Albert Village

Albert Village is a small post-industrial village in Leicestershire and is located approximately 1.5 miles from the town of Swadlincote. The village is home to Albert Village Lake, a 1.3-mile pathway and is also located close to the National Forest Visitor's Centre with associated walks, bridle paths and Hicks Lodge Cycle Centre. Conkers Discovery and visitors centre is within walking distance, together with public house and primary school. Situated within a short proximity of excellent road networks, the closest being the A444 trunk road with direct routes to both Burton upon Trent and Tamworth, both with mainline railway stations, the A511 is just a short travel distance away, offering easy access to Ashby de la Zouch with M42 junction which leads to the cities of Birmingham and Nottingham