- "Broughton, Nether, par., N. Leicestershire, on border of co., 5½ miles NW. of Melton Mowbray"
The 13th-century parish church of St Mary is a Grade II* listed building. The village was credited by James Rattue  with having a well at SK 695 262 - this is in the churchyard where, today (2014), there is no well.
There is a trail erected in 2007 depicting the history of the village and local area consisting of 9 interpretation boards located at key locations around the village.
The village hall was originally the Wesleyan Chapel but was converted in the early nineties into a vibrant, well used facility which can be hired by both local residents and groups and external parties.
- Bartholomew, John (1887). Gazetter of the British Isles (1st ed.). Edinburgh: Bartholomew. Retrieved 5 February 2014.
- "Name: CHURCH OF ST MARY List entry Number: 1075069". English Heritage. Retrieved 17 November 2013.
- Rattue, James (1993). "LAHS". 67.
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