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Arnesby is a village and civil parish in the Harboroughmarker district of Leicestershiremarker, Englandmarker. According to the 2001 census the parish had a population of 343. The village is south of Leicestermarker, on the Welford Road, between Kilbymarker and Shearsbymarker.

The village has an early 12th century Norman church and a Baptist church which dates from the early 18th century. There is a Church of England primary school, a village hall and, since 2004, an Indian restaurant 'Little India' in a building formerly occupied by the Olde Cock Inn. Also in the area is a tank hangar which houses a large private collection of armoured fighting vehicles and artillery. One of the most famous landmarks of the village is the windmill which can be seen from miles around. The village is home to watercolour painter Peter Welton who opens his studio for painting classes. It also has a cricket team who compete against other teams around the area.

The village holds a May Fayre, on the second bank holiday each May. It pulls in crowds from miles around, and in addition to the atmosphere of the day attractions include games, competitions, craft stalls and street entertainment (brass band and a selection of local rock bands). The fayre raises money for local amenities. Past contributions have gone towards work on the roof of the Norman church and to providing disabled access to the village hall. The day is well supported by village volunteers.

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