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Bedworth

(bĕd`wərth), town (1991 pop. 41,991), Warwickshire, central England. Located in a former coal-mining region, it is a residential and industrial town in the district of Nuneaton and Bedworth. Brickmaking is the major economic activity. George EliotEliot, George,
pseud. of Mary Ann or Marian Evans,
1819–80, English novelist, b. Arbury, Warwickshire.
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 was born nearby at Arbury.

Bedworth

a town in central England, in N Warwickshire. Pop.: 30 001 (2001)
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DEFENDING champions Bedworth A and rivals Stoke Coventry A both made winning starts to the new Coventry Saturday League Division One season.
Three Tory members have claimed that Bedworth is receiving second-class treatment since Labour regained control of the borough authority.
The event, organised by staff at Exhall Grange in Ash Green, saw saw pupils from primary schools take part in medieval medicine and explosive science shows as well circus skills workshops at Bedworth Civic Hall.
In the end 28-shots (140-112) divided the pair with Bedworth booking their passage into the last 16 where they will come up against Bell Green, who squeezed out an eight-shot success over Coundon A, at Walsgrave.
So our homes in Bedworth will be less safe all year, but even less safe in winter.
I would have thought Mr O'Brien would join our MP in welcoming a fall in unemployment, including youth unemployment, in North Warwickshire and Bedworth, over the last year.
Bedworth Society spokesman Denis Baylis said: "John has done quite a lot of work on the history of this fascinating area of the city.
As part of this programme, Bedworth Singers will be throwing open the doors to weekly rehearsals to anyone who would like to participate in a performance of Vivaldi's Gloria on stage.
As part of the programme, Bedworth Singers will be throwing open the doors to their regular weekly rehearsals to anyone who would like to participate in a performance of Vivaldi's Gloria on stage with the Orchestra of the Swan on Saturday, February 24 at the Civic Hall in Bedworth.
Having already won Division One, Bedworth A celebrated with a resounding 12-2 bonanza against Ath Cons in which Mark Blackmore 21-1 was in superb form with veteran Roly Pratt 21-8 the best of the back-up in the 63-shot victory.
Before the borough election the Bedworth Conservative county councillor Barry Lobbett promised to oppose cuts at Bedworth fire station then voted to cut it.
Bedworth dominated with Ross Parnell hitting 63 not out and Rory Kenny Herbert again the star with the ball taking 3-13.