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County - Warwickshire | Map
Tel code: 02476 | code search
Postcode: CV12 | code search
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Birthplace of:
Ken Loach
George Fox

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Cultural Britain:
George Eliot's North Warwickshire
Folk Customs:
Ilmington Apple Walk
Knightlow Wroth Silver
Wardmote of the Woodmen of Arden

Nuneaton Events

June
Nuneaton Carnival Procession & Gala

July
Whittleford Park Fun Day
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Cedar Tree
"Very disappointed,prices have gone up and meat portions have gone down.The staff and service are still as good but value for money on a Sunday has definitely gone,we will ..." More

Tollgate Dental Practice
"I stopped going to Toll Gate dental practice for he following reasons:- The practice receptionist was aggressive, offhand and unhelpful. The place looks so shabby when you get there, pot holes, ..." More

Arbury Hall
"nice enough gardens but the tour of the house was poor you were only allowed in a few of the rooms and were hurried along by the next lot of ..." More

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Mentioned within the Domesday Book of 1086 the hamlet of Nuneaton can trace its history back that far when a Benedictine nunnery was founded here in the 12th century, traces of the nunnery remaining visible today. It was the 13th century that was to see Nuneaton grow as it is located within the high producing coalfields of Warwickshire. In keeping with many English towns though it was the Industrial Revolution that saw Nuneaton grow at a phenomenal rate, it was during this period to become a thriving location for the growing textile industry. This is clearly evident from the Census figures in 1801 the population was recorded as being around 5,000 and by 1901 the population had grown to 25,000. During the second World War Nuneaton was home to a large munitions factory and it was during this period that the town suffered from heavy bombing attacks. Nuneaton managed to rebuild itself, much of the original industry has now gone but the town is ideally placed for the commuter who needs access to nearby Coventry and Birmingham and today the town centre is a thriving location for retailers attracting shoppers who prefer the intimacy that Nuneaton offers in comparison to those larger cities.

Accountant

Gary Decker IFA & Associates
Key Financial Services
Knight Arnold Wall
PS Accountancy
White Knight

Attraction

Arbury Hall
Battlefield Line
Bosworth Water Trust
Cadeby Light Railway and Brass Rubbing Centre
Chilvers Coton Heritage Centre
Hartshill Hayes Country Park
Nuneaton Library
Nuneaton Museum and Art Gallery

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Days Inn Nuneaton *book online*
Holiday Inn Express Nuneaton *book online*
Longshoot Hotel *book online*
Premier Inn Nuneaton/Coventry *book online*
Travelodge Nuneaton *book online*
Travelodge Nuneaton Bedworth *book online*

Care Home

Gildawood Court

Church

Chilvers Coton - All Saints
St Nicolas Parish Church

Cinema

Odeon Nuneaton

Classes

Dance - Samantha Haywood School of Dance
Yoga - Laura Musgrave

Club

Reflex

Council

Nuneaton and Bedworth Borough Council

Dentist

Attleborough Dental Surgery
Manor Dental Surgery
Mr Hussain & Partners
Oasis Dental Care
Tollgate Dental Practice

Doctor

Arbury Medical Centre
Grange Medical Centre
Old Mill Surgery
Red Roofs Surgery
The Clinic
The Surgery
The Surgery Galley Common

Estate Agent

Alan Cooper Estates

CV Property
Gibbs Estates
Hawkins Estate Agents
Key Estate Agents
Seekers
Suttons
Wright & Wright

Golf Club

Nuneaton
Oakridge
Purley Chase

Health and Fitness Club

Cannons Health Club
Ladypace (Nuneaton) Ltd

Inn

Longshoot Hotel

Market

Nuneaton Market

Pub and Bar

Boot Inn
Bucksford
Cedar Tree
Crystal Palace
George Eliot
Hayrick

Hearty Goodfellow
Lancet
Miners Arms
Nags Head
Oddfellows Arms
Railway Tavern
Rugger Tavern
Town Talk

Restaurant

Bamboo Garden Restaurant
La Tavola Calda
Thai Tham
Weston Hall Hotel

Solicitor

Cocks Lloyd

Taxi

A B A Taxis
A M Taxis
Biggels Taxis
Crystal Taxi Service
M I Taxis Service

Vet

Whitesone Veterinary Clinic

Sports Clubs

Ambleside CC (Cricket)

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Attleborough Sports CC (Cricket)
Griff & Coton CC (Cricket)
Market Bosworth RC (Rugby Union)
Nuneaton CC (Cricket)
Nuneaton Griff (Amateur Football)
Nuneaton Harriers AC (Athletics)
Nuneaton Ladies (Women's Hockey)

Shops

Debenhams
The Nuneaton Bookshop
Nuneaton Book Exchange
Cannon Sports
Flower Fairy
Andrews Florists
Boots
Early Learning Centre
Rymans
Alpine Landscapes Garden Centre
Hoar Park Garden Centre
Champion Pet Supplies
Osbaston Kitchen Garden

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Lister Chemists
Hayward Gill & Associates
Bacons Shoes
Haswell Shoes
Breens
Carphone Warehouse
Cleen Green
H Samuel
The Finest Foods By Christopher Coles
Peacocks
Mothercare
Gamestation
Clarks
T K Maxx
J J B Sports
Pets At Home
Topman
Topshop
BHS

Antiques

Heritage Antiques Ltd

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Activities

Bowmen of Charnwood(Archery)
Lkeside Superbowl(Bowling)
Alvaston BMX Club(Cycling)
Caldecote Riding School(Riding)
Nuneaton & North Warks Equestrian Centre(Riding)

Places to Stay near Nuneaton

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Manor Hotel (0.44 miles)

Manor Hotel

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The hotel is situated in a fantastic location with all local amenities within walking distance. I/2 mile from the market town centre. The hotel is run on a self catering ... More

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Abbey Grange Hotel (0.56 miles)

Abbey Grange Hotel

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The Abbey Grange is an independent hotel. A warm friendly welcome is extended by brothers Pierre and Martin Shirley. It is located close to the centre of Nuneaton (a 5 ... More

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Travelodge Nuneaton (1.15 miles)

There are loads of reasons our customers choose to stay at Travelodge. Our great value clean and comfortable rooms with en-suite provide everything needed for a good night's sleep and are close to where people ... More | visit website

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Travelodge Nuneaton Bedworth (1.20 miles)

Parking:Travelodge car park has 40 spaces free of charge, available on a first-come first-served basis.Transport links:Nuneaton railway stn - 6mBirmingham airport - 17mPlaces to go:Coventry Cathedral - 10mMidland Air Museum - 10mTwycross Zoo - 11mCoombe ... More | visit website
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Longshoot Hotel (1.92 miles)

Longshoot Hotel

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The Longshoot hotel offers 47 bedrooms, with a variety of twin, double and family rooms. Our family rooms comprise of one double and one single ... More

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Days Inn Nuneaton (1.94 miles)

Days Inn Nuneaton

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The Days Inn Nuneaton is a brand new 101 bedroom hotel located on Bermuda Park just outside the town of Nuneaton and city of Coventry.
Bermuda Park has a choice of ... More

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Premier Inn Nuneaton/Coventry (2.10 miles)

Premier Inn Nuneaton/Coventry
Within easy reach of the M6. Local attractions include Drayton Manor Theme Park, Twycross Zoo and Coventry City's football ground, Ricoh Arena. For shops and local amenities Nuneaton town centre is only 3 miles away. ... More | visit website
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Premier Inn Hinckley (2.89 miles)

Ideally located within easy reach of the M69. Local attractions include Ashby canal, Hinckley marina, Twycross zoo and Drayton Manor Park. Conveniently located for Hinckley train station. For shops and local amenities Hinckley town centre ... More | visit website
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Weston Hall Hotel (3.28 miles)

Weston Hall Hotel

Whether your stay is business or pleasure, the excellent food, friendly service and period surroundings offer a reminder of the elegance of a bygone era, coupled with all the modern comforts and facilities expected by ... More | visit website

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Sketchley Grange Hotel & Spa (3.72 miles)

Sketchley Grange Hotel & Spa
Located on the borders of Leicestershire and Warwickshire, yet only two minutes from the Midlands motorway network. The Hotel boasts an award winning Restaurant and Leisure facility as well as a more informal Bistro. Local ... More | visit website

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