Intensive Driving Courses in Drayton, Leicester
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Are you looking to do your driving test sooner rather than later? If you have recently failed a driving or are an international driver, DTC can help you. We can book you a driving test within weeks in or around the Drayton, Leicester area.
Intensive Driving Courses Drayton, Leicester
The traditional way of learning to drive is to take one or two lessons per week. This method is not suitable to for learners who are up to test standard. There are many intensive driving schools which offer fast track courses but without a test at the end. DTC is different. We will book you a driving test, even before we start your fast-track course. Our semi-intensive driving courses have been designed to great results and get you on the road in the least amount of time.
Intensive Driving Lessons Drayton, Leicester
All our driving instructors are fully qualified, police check and registered with the DVSA. They recognize learning can be stressful so are patient and understanding.
Our last minute Intensive Driving Courses are a great way to obtain your driving license. However, please bear in mind these semi-intensive driving courses are for drivers looking to their driving license sooner rather than later. They are not suitable for beginners.
Intensive Driving Courses Drayton, Leicester
If you live in Drayton, your driving test would normally be booked at in or around the Drayton, area. Your last minute intensive driving course would also be conducted in or around the Drayton, area.
One Week Pass Drayton, Leicester
However, please note that driving examiners may take you to the surrounding towns and villages around Drayton. The first choice for your last minute intensive driving course would be Drayton. However, there are other practical test centers in the area with may be used. Below are the addresses of nearby test centers near Drayton.
40 Cannock Street, Barkbythorpe Road, Troon Industrial Estate,
This test centre provides these types of tests: car, lorry and bus, ADI part 3.
You cannot access this test centre if you use a wheelchair.
Tigers Road, off Saffron Road, South Wigston,
This test centre provides these types of tests: car, motorcycle module 1 (off-road), motorcycle module 2 (on-road), ADI part 2, ADI part 3.
You can access this test centre if you use a wheelchair.
Ark Business Centre, Gordon Road,
This test centre provides these types of tests: car.
This test centre provides these types of tests: car, ADI part 3.
DVSA will make arrangements for you at this test centre if you have a disability.
Drayton is a small village and civic parish within Harborough District, south-east Leicestershire, which borders Northamptonshire and Rutland. It is situated 6.7 miles (11 km) north-east of Market Harborough, 5 miles (7.5 km) southwest of Uppingham, on the northern side of the River Wear. The surrounding villages are Bringhurst, Great Easton, and Nevill Holt. St Jamess Church at Drayton is one of Englands smallest churches.
The village name means the farmhouse/settlement used for carrying the ferry, or the farmhouse/settlement used as the drayage. Drayton developed around an oval green, the present one being at its north-western end. West of the green, Drayton House is a tall, red-brick structure built in 1851-52 for Bryan Ward, tenant at Rockingham Manor.
South of the Great Easton Road, the present Farmhouse at Manor House, or College Farm, was built in the c. 1870-80s, possibly for the relatives of Lord Sonde, whose arms he carried. Its carriage house, a crumbling ironstone structure, retaining some stone-mullioned windows, was formerly a larger dwelling, bearing the H.N. It was likely to have been the principal manor-house owned by Henry Nevill, occupied by his tenants, the Watson family.
The oldest houses in the village were made of Ironstone, including the straw-hut to the south of the house at Drayton, where a piece of scythed sledge was reused as a main beam. A cruck-bladed, disfigured rafter is seen at the ruined stone cottage just north of the Easton Road.
The former Plough Inn is a stone, part straw-hut structure, the oldest part probably dating to the 17th century. A stone cottage, which is located off Easton Road, has a stone monument from 1791, at a time when it is clear that the Ironstone was still commonly used. The village contains a number of 19th-century masonry cottages, including one row dating from the 1870s.
There are two pairs of Council Houses, built after World War I, and three pairs of houses, built in the road leading to Nevill Holt, built in 1950. The village hall, given by Mr Webb from Drayton House, is a timber building, opened in 1925. It was renovated in 2019 after falling into disrepair.
The present civic parishes of Drayton and Great Easton were previously part of the Ancient Parish of Bringhurst, which had a parent church, St Jamess Church, Drayton. In 1086, Easton Manor, comprising a large part of the parish of Bringhurst, was held by Peterborough Priory. The only parts of Bringhurst parish that were not controlled by the abbey were the hamlets of Drayton and Prestgrave, the lost medieval village. The land at these places, omitted from the Domesday survey, came under Bassets lordship in Weldon (Northants).
At the time of the poll tax in 1381, Easton had 133 people listed, Drayton 43, Bringhurst 26, a scale of population that has been maintained ever since. In 1563, 70 households were listed in Easton, 21 each in Bringhurst and Drayton combined. At the 2011 census, there were 68 households and 190 people living in Drayton.
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DTCUK is a trading mark of Driving Test UK Limited. We are a privately owned family company with Head Offices in Croydon, London. Founded by Shakti Gadday, helping learner drivers get on the road since 1987, registered with the DVSA under ADI number 120120. We’ve been booking driving tests for over 8 years and have helped over 35,000 learners pass their test quicker.
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