Lutterworth is famous as being a market town and was granted its charter in 1214 and has held a market ever since. One of the most established landmarks in the town with plenty of charm thanks to its thatched roof and timber framing dates back to the 16th century in the form of a public house, the Shambles. Local businesses take advantage of local Lutterworth printers to bring tourists into the area advertising market dates and local events.
Lutterworth is known for two famous individuals. The first being the Rector of the town who in the 14th century translated the bible and the second Sir Frank Whittle who developed an engine for jets. The Rectors job might have been so much easier had there been local Lutterworth printers around at the time to put his translation into print so much quicker and easier than the methods back then.
Stanford Hall is located in Lutterworth and was built in the 1690s and is a fine example of architecture from this period. The Hall is home to numerous events including classic bike shoes, Italian car concours, auction days and vintage motorcycle clubs events along with holding a yearly Christmas concert. All events are advertised with the help of printing from local Lutterworth printers in the area.
Lutterworth has a Feast Week Carnival run by a team of locals who put on events throughout the week of the event. These are advertised by local Lutterworth printers on flyers and the event is popular with residents and visitors alike. The event typically includes such as Lutterworths Got Talent show and numerous other forms of entertainment on the stage. This event is typically held the week before the Christmas lights switch on, both of which are advertised through posters and flyers printed by local Lutterworth printers.