South Wigston on Wikipedia.
Congregational Church on
Blaby Road. SP 5887 9837. © George Weston.
Link, from which the congregation was established in 1885. Note that (as
shown here) the building
itself dates from 1896.
also on Blaby Road, at about SP 5896 9836. Built as Wesleyan in 1886, and
enlarged in 1902. © George Weston.
Link. Howard Richter advises that there was a Primitive Methodist Chapel,
close to St. Mary at SP 587 981. It closed circa 1968, and was subsequently
demolished, the site used for housing.
(R.C.) on Countesthorpe Road. It opened in 1905 (see
here, with interior photos).
Another view. SP 587
980. Both © Howard Richter (2015).
St. Thomas the Apostle
on Saffron Road, Oadby. SP 586 983. © George Weston.
Grade II* listed, wherein its says that the church was built 1892-3, with a
slightly later tower.