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ETS Translations Leicester

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    Translation Agency Leicester

    As an experienced translation agency in Leicester, ETS Translations offers native speaker translators of all European and Asian languages with many years of experience and guaranteed quality. Our Leicester-based translation company offers certified translations by sworn translators into English, German, French, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, Dutch, Icelandic, Swedish, Norwegian, Finnish, Danish, Polish, Russian, Czech, Slovak, Romanian, Bulgarian, Hungarian, Croatian, Albanian, Ukrainian, Belarusian, Maltese, Serbian, Bosnian, Slovenian, Arabic, Hebrew, Persian, Farsi, Dari, Chinese (Mandarin), Korean, Thai, Vietnamese, Indonesian, Malay, Turkish, Greek, Latvian, Lithuanian, Estonian and translation services into for many other languages. You can find our translation agency at over 100 locations, including Hong Kong, Liverpool, London, Bradford or Nottingham.

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    Prominent figures from Leicester include the entomologist and folklorist William Forsell Kirby, the naturalist, evolutionary biologist and entomologist Henry Walter Bates, the swimmer and Olympic champion John Arthur Jarvis, the authors Charles Percy Snow, Sue Townsend and Colin Wilson, the actors Graham Chapman and Richard Armitage, the film producer Stephen Frears, the musicians Jon Lord and John Deacon, the racing car drivers Roger Williamson and Jamie Green, the football players Peter Shilton, Gary Lineker and Emily Heskey as well as the current snooker world champion Mark Selby. It is thought that the name ‘Leicester’ is derived from the words ‘castra’ (Latin for field or war camp) and ‘Ligore’ (dwellers on the river Legro). The place is mentioned as Legro Caester in the 8th century. Three centuries later, it is entered as Ledecestre in the Doomsday Book. Over time this name developed into today’s Leicester.