Intensive Driving Courses in Great Glen

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Since 1987 We have provided over 4500 Last Minute Intensive Driving Courses

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Are you in a hurry to get your driving license? Maybe your theory certificate is about to expire. Maybe you’re starting college, university or a new job. You may even require a driving license urgently for personal or health reasons.

DTC Intensive Driving Course Great Glen

Whatever your circumstances, if you need to be on the road urgently, DTC can help. We can arrange a short last minute intensive driving course to ensure you have an excellent chance of passing. Our last minute intensive driving has instructors are based near Great Glen and provide crash courses not only in Great Glen but the surrounding area too. 

DTC Last Minute Driving School Great Glen

Our expert instructors will coach you on what is required to pass your driving test. During your crash course not only will you be learning to drive, but you will learn the driving test routes for Great Glen. If you have a deadline to meet or just want to get your driving license super quick, DTC can help by condensing your lessons into our last minute intensive driving course.

Intensive Driving Courses Great Glen

If you live in Great Glen, your driving test would normally be booked near or around Great Glen. Your last minute intensive driving course would also be conducted in the Great Glen area.

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However, please note that driving examiners may take you to the surrounding towns and villages in or around Great Glen.

The first choice for your last minute intensive driving course would be Great Glen.  However, there are other practical test centers in the area with may be used. 

Leicester Practical Driving Test Center (Cannock Street)

40 Cannock Street, Barkbythorpe Road, Troon Industrial Estate,

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This test center provides these types of tests: car, lorry and bus, ADI part 3.

You cannot access this test center if you use a wheelchair.

Leicester Practical Driving Test Center (Wigston)

Tigers Road, off Saffron Road, South Wigston,
LE18 4WS

Last minute driving test at Wigston Leiscester

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This test center 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 center if you use a wheelchair.

Melton Mowbray Practical Driving Test Center

Melton Mowbray Driving Test Centre, Phoenix House Nottingham Road,
Melton Mowbray,
LE13 0UL

Short notice driving tests available at Melton Mrowbray Driving Test Centre

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This test center provides these types of tests: car.

Loughborough Practical Driving Test Center

Ark Business Centre, Gordon Road,
LE11 1JP

Quick driving tests available at Loughborough Driving Test Centre

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This test center provides these types of tests: car.

Great Glen is a village and civic parish in the county of Harborough, Leicestershire, two miles south of Oadby. The civil parish had a population of 3,662 in the 2011 census. Leicester City Centre is approximately seven miles to the northwest.

Its name derives from early Iron Age settlers using the Celtic word glenno, meaning valley, and comes from the Great Glen being located partly within the Valley of Sence. The large part is intended to differentiate the village from Glen Parva.

In 1751, the Sence river was built by a turnpike bridge, as part of a route for coach traffic from Leicester to London. The Pug & Greyhound pub (The Old Greyhound) and The Crown were initially coaches inns built shortly after the new road opened. This road was later developed into the A6 and in 2003, the bypass was opened around the village. The Midland Mainline runs south from the A6 and previously had a station serving the village in its closest position.

Leicester Grammar School was built on land in Mount Farm, Great Glen. There are two other schools in the village, St Cuthberts C of E Primary, which is fed into local state schools in nearby Kibworth and in the city of Market Harborough. An independent school, Stoneygate School, has also had its site at Great Glen. Its pupils won Best Junior Choir in the 2005 BBC Songs of Praise school choir competition.

The Great Glen was a centrepiece of a multi-estate Anglo-Saxon early period. The settlements comprising this estate were: Great and Little Stretton, Wiseow, Newton Harcourt, Fleckney, and Kilby. These parishes form the minimum extent of the estate, which generally follows the Sence river, the Glen itself probably taking its name either from the earlier English River-name of Glen, or Glennos meaning Valley.

It has been impossible to securely determine.

Glen entered the records for the first time in A.D. 849, when Alhun, Bishop of Worcester, went tarrying there with nine of his clergymen, issuing a charter giving lands in Worcestershire to King Beorhtwulf of Mercia. The medieval history of Glen is described by John Nichols in his History of Leicestershire. In the 16th century, Henry Grey, 1st Duke of Suffolk, the father of Lady Jane Grey, became the manor-lord. After his execution for treason, his land was taken from him by the Crown.

After the battle of Nasby in 1645, in the English Civil War, the Great Glen was host to a party of Cromwellian soldiers pursuing a number of the Royalists (who had been defeated) cavalry. They were later joined by the rest of the Army, who camped there for an evening, then marched on to Leicester. Some of these soldiers camped at a church, where they caused a lot of damage (such as breaking all of the windows), some of which evidence is still visible.

There are five street names in the village which commemorate these events: Cromwells Way, Nasby Way, Ruperts Way, Edgehill Close and Halford Close.


About us

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.

We can either automatic book you an earlier driving test or consult your instructor first, if needed. This will save you £100s in driving lessons.

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