Loughborough printers have helped to spread the word about numerous events in the region with one of the first printed references to the town being in the Doomsday Book in 1086. This part of the UK was the first destination for a package tour which was arranged by Thomas Cook.
Loughborough has many landmarks which have been featured in brochures from Loughborough printers over the years to help bring tourism into the town. This is home to the John Taylor Bellfounders, the largest bell foundry in the world with bells that were made for the Carillion war memorial.
The rail network is a very important part of the town with the local council continually making improvements to the station and the areas surrounding the station. The town is home to the pedestrianized Market Place and Market Street which contains many of the original buildings in the art deco style, one of which houses the cinema. There is also a large market held twice a week which local Loughborough printers advertise and which brings tourists in and there is a large monthly farmers market.
Loughborough has a superb heritage and has four museums including one of military memorabilia from the first and second World Wars. The Loughborough Town Hall Theatre is the main venue for many events which have in the past included concerts, exhibitions and musicals, and of course the Christmas pantomime all of which are well advertised thanks to local Loughborough printers. Also check out the street fair which takes place in the centre of the town each November which includes numerous rides, amusement arcades, games and food.