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Welcome to our website

Kirby Muxloe is a small village in south-west Leicestershire, England. The Kirby Muxloe History Group is dedicated to preserving and sharing the rich heritage of our village. 

We actively promote our group through displays in St Bart’s Church Hall and the library. We also have a monthly feature in “The Local" magazine which is a free publication and circulated to 6,800 households in the surrounding area.

Our aim is to foster a sense of community whilst undertaking projects such as regular meetings, exhibitions, interviews and studies of the older buildings in our village.

We invite you to explore our collection and learn more about our village’s fascinating past. Our archive offers a wealth of information about Kirby Muxloe’s people, places and events.


Leicestershire Festival of Archaeology

13 until 28 July

Full program is now online:

Visit to view

Our next meeting will be on Tuesday 17th September 2024. 

Subject -The History of De Montfort University Arts and Fashion 

Speaker- Katherine Short-DMU Archivist 

Kirby Muxloe Bowls Club Station Road

Time -7:30pm

All welcome.

Group Membership

Railway Station

We are a very friendly group and anyone young or old are assured of a warm welcome from our committee and membership.

Our meetings are held bi-monthly on a Tuesday evening and commence at 7:30pm. Membership is open to all with an annual cost of £10 plus £2 per meeting. We have a new concessionary rate for students of £5 for full membership and £2 per meeting. Visitors £5 per meeting.

In previous years our meetings were held at St. Bartholomew’s Church Hall.   We have now moved to the Bowls Club, which is situated on Station Road adjacent to the library and just behind the Village Hall.

Kirby Castle - Photo: Graham Beck


Tuesday 17th September 2024

History of De Montfort University Arts & Fashion

Speaker Katherine Short - DMU Archivist

Tuesday 19th November 2024

Christmas Miscellany - Music & Comedy

Steve Allen - Storyteller & Guitarist

Tuesday 21st January 2025

The Life & Crimes of Agatha Christie

Mark Temple - Local Historian

Tuesday 18th March 2025

Leicester Cathedral Revealed

Matthew Morris - ULAS

Tuesday 20th May 2025  (AGM)

Music Hall - the Singers and the Songs

Dr Ann Featherstone 

Novelist & Retired University Lecturer

Highlighting Our History

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