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- Warwickshire is a landlocked non-metropolitan county in the West Midlands region of England.
- Warwickshire were 44 for 1 after 10 leg-byes and 16 not out from Nick Knight when the game was stopped.
- Coventry and Warwickshire are sometimes treated as a single area and share a single NHS trust and ambulance service as well as other institutions.
- Coventry and Warwickshire are often treated as a single area for some administrative purposes such as NHS administration.
- I was afloat on 11th May 2007 for one week and aiming to do the Warwickshire Ring.
- The Warwickshire Ring in the South Midlands looked attractive and could be circled in two weeks according to the catalog.
- Rugby is also home to a college, which is now a part of the Warwickshire College group.
- The Oxford canal north of Napton-on-the-Hill forms part of the Warwickshire ring.
- After rising up the hill at Napton it passes through Fenny Compton, giving some breathtaking views of the Warwickshire countryside.
- The musical comedy, Vampires Rock will be returning to Warwickshire on Sunday, 18 November, when the show comes to the Spa Centre in Leamington.
- This time the Warship travelled by road to events at the West Somerset Railway in the October and the Gloucester & Warwickshire Railway in the November.
- In the October of the same year St. Bernard's diocesan Seminary was opened at Olton, Warwickshire, of which the first rector was the Rev.
- In this section you can find out all the information you need concerning travelling on the Gloucestershire Warwickshire Railway.
- Coventry is still strongly associated with its traditional county, Warwickshire.
- Aston Martin Lagonda Limited is a manufacturer of luxury performance cars, whose headquarters are at Gaydon, Warwickshire, England in the United Kingdom.
- The population increased steadily to 1,414 in 1831, of which 988 were in Coventry and 426 in Warwickshire.
- At the bottom, the Warwickshire Ring turns right at Bordesley Junction.
- Route There is something of everything, in canal terms, around the Warwickshire Ring.
- The Warwickshire ring is a connected series of canals forming a circuit around the West Midlands area of England.
- The Warwickshire ring is a connected series of canals forming a circuit around the West Midlands area of the United Kingdom.
- The last leg of the trip around the Warwickshire Ring finds us back where we started, or back more or less where we started this series of videos.
- May 8 - Cricket: Against Warwickshire, Yorkshire sets a still-standing County Championship record when they accumulate an innings total of 887.
- In addition, a restored station at Cheltenham Racecourse is the south terminus for the Gloucestershire Warwickshire Railway heritage railway.
- In addition, a restored station at Cheltenham racecourse is the south terminus for the Gloucestershire Warwickshire Railway preserved railway.
- In beautiful Warwickshire at the junction of the South Oxford and Grand Union Canals Napton Narrowboats offer an excellent choice of routes.
- Another great pair of canal DVDs are released from Waterway Routes covering the Warwickshire Ring, clockwise from Braunston Turn.
- For those with a week or longer, you have a choice of various out and back routes or two cruising rings - the Warwickshire Ring and the Leicester Ring.
- Moeen Ali has denied rumours that he is off to Worcestershire at the end of the season when his contract with Warwickshire expires.
- It is close to the border with Warwickshire, and is near the town of Rugby.
- Leamington Spa railway station serves the town of Leamington Spa, in Warwickshire, England.
- The town is located near the northern most tip of Warwickshire.
- J. R. R. Tolkien though not born in Warwickshire lived as a child in the village of Sarehole before moving to Birmingham.
- The staple trade being the transport of coal between the Warwickshire and Leicestershire coalfields to London via the Grand Union.
- The 77 miles of the Oxford Canal were built between 1769 and 1790 to carry coal from Warwickshire to London.
- At Whitgift School, Warwickshire Bears recorded a massive 309 for 8 in 45 overs to bat Surrey Lions out of the game.
- The Warwickshire ring is a connected series of canal s forming a circuit around the West Midlands area of England.
- These particular photos were taking in England while on a canal boat, touring the Warwickshire Ring Canal and on a trip to Cornwall.
- Born in 1564, in Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire, England (historians believe Shakespeare was born on April 23, the same day he died in 1616).
- The only town in the south of Warwickshire is Shipston-on-Stour.
- Coventry Railway Centre is located in Warwickshire, south of Coventry city, outside Baginton, and near to Coventry Airport.
- Aston Martin Lagonda Limited is a British manufacturer of luxury performance cars, whose headquarters are at Gaydon, Warwickshire, England.
- From Hawkesbury, it runs south east through the [ Warwickshire] countryside for 15 miles to [ Rugby].
- From Hawkesbury, it runs south east through the Warwickshire countryside for 15 miles to Rugby.
- Kenilworth Castle is a magnificent stone motte and bailey fortress and the largest castle ruin in Kenilworth, Warwickshire, England.
- The only major town in Warwickshire not to have a station is Kenilworth.
- Various part of the Midlands (particularly Warwickshire) are somewhat poetically referred to as the Heart of England, especially in tourist literature.
- Another similar drink is plum jerkum, made from fermented plums, traditional of Warwickshire in the English Midlands.
- Warwickshire Bears were lifted to a total of 205 for 2 by hitting eight sixes at Edgbaston, Ian Bell carrying his side with 66 not out off just 38 balls.
- Some organisations, such as Warwickshire County Cricket Club, which is based in Edgbaston, in Birmingham, still observe the historic county boundaries.
- The main purpose of the canal was to allow coal from Warwickshire to reach London by a shorter route than via Oxford and the navigable Thames.
- The [ Oxford] canal north of Napton-on-the-Hill forms part of the [ Warwickshire ring].
- However, due to Stagecoach in Warwickshire taking control of these routes, only one route (Route 10) now runs, to Rugby.
- Bus services to the city centre of Coventry are operated competitively by Stagecoach in Warwickshire and National Express Coventry.
- Shortly after Napton Junction, the Grand Union reaches three locks at Calcutt, which begin the descent to the Warwickshire River Avon.
- These were the Priories of Amesbury, in Wiltshire, and Nuneaton, in Warwickshire, and the Cell of Westwood, in Worcestershire, with six nuns.
- Later on the Ryknild Street was constructed through the Warwickshire area, which passed through what is now Birmingham.
- Newbold-on-Avon is an area of Rugby in Warwickshire, England, located around 1½ miles north-west of the town centre.
- Handsworth and Perry Barr became part of the county borough of Birmingham in the early 20th century, and thus associated with Warwickshire.
- Coventry has been a part of Warwickshire for only some of its history.
- It used to be part of Stagecoach South Midlands along with Stagecoach in Warwickshire until March 2004.
- At Audley End in Essex, Kenilworth Castle in Warwickshire and Bolsover Castle in Derbyshire, children can train to be a fearless knight.
- The Act also saw the towns of Tamworth (partly in Warwickshire) and Burton upon Trent (partly in Derbyshire) united entirely in Staffordshire.
- The town of Tamworth was historically divided between Warwickshire and Staffordshire, but since 1888 has been fully in Staffordshire.
- Thomas Archer was born in Warwickshire near the town of Shipston-on-Stour, in the Parish of Ilmington in 1778.
- The parish is bounded by Warwickshire to the west and Northamptonshire to the east.
- Richard Jago (1715 - May 8, 1781), was an English poet, third son of Richard Jago, rector of Beaudesert, Warwickshire, was born in 1715.
- Coventry Airport is located in the Warwickshire village of Baginton.
- The tale was set in "the South Midlands," and the fictional Raveloe was based on the Warwickshire village of Bulkington.
- Thurlaston is a Village and parish in the Rugby district of Warwickshire, England.
- The Oxford Canal, with the paired locks at Hillmorton, completes our circuit of the Warwickshire Ring.
- Download high resolution version (1000x647, 220 KB)The Oxford Canal at Hillmorton on the eastern edge of Rugby in Warwickshire.
- I'm currently based on the Oxford Canal at Napton in Warwickshire.
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