Nuneaton


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Nuneaton

a town in central England, in Warwickshire. Pop.: 70 721 (2001)

Nuneaton

 

a city in Great Britain in the county of West Midlands; a suburb of Coventry. Population, 66,900 (1971). Coal is mined there. The city’s industries include nonferrous metallurgy, machine tools, electrical engineering, textiles, and ceramics.

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What services have been changed and saved Service 10 Grove Farm - Stockingford - Nuneaton - Hinckley Stagecoach are withdrawing the section of this service between Nuneaton and Hinckley.
But Nuneaton showed their resilience with an unconverted try from Rob Cook in the corner.
The club and the Rugby Football Union were taken to court by New Brighton RFC, who lost out on the division title to Nuneaton by just two points.
SOME bus services will be axed and others changed when sweeping timetable changes come into force across Nuneaton and Bedworth.
A popular large chippy in the centre of Nuneaton, its quality chips have ensured a loyal following.
Prop Craig Court opened the Nuneaton account with some deft footwork, which saw him step inside for a try after only two minutes.
The clubwill now be known as Nuneaton Borough FC againafter being given permission by the FA to make the change earlier this year.
ONE of Nuneaton's biggest charity organisations which has helped the community for half a century has folded.
The dispute between Nuneaton Rugby Club and Nuneaton Town Football Club over their home in Liberty Way came to a when a number of skips blocked access points on Nuneaton RFC's land earlier this year.
A MAN who had a whirlwind romance in Nuneaton more than 20 years ago is trying to track down the daughter he never knew.