Rugby

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Great Location

Rugby is served by the M1, M6 and A5 and as a result is home to many distribution and transport companies. The train station enjoys excellent services to Birmingham and the north, as well as London and the south with a non-stop service arriving at London Euston in less than 55 minutes.

Rugby has several retail parks offering everything from fashion and retail, home, garden and DIY stores, food outlets and restaurants and a cinema. The town centre is filled with independent shops, coffee shops and cafes, pubs and restaurants and a wide variety of eat in and takeaway food outlets offering a range of international cuisines. 

Rugby is a rapidly growing market town to the east side of Warwickshire with many pretty villages nearby. This means there is a diverse mix of properties in the Rugby area which enjoys an average house price above the national average.

Rich in History and Tradition

Rugby town centre is also the proud home of the World Rugby “Hall of Fame” which is an international accolade befitting the birthplace of the game of Rugby. There is also an art gallery and museum onsite which also boasts an Italian café.

Rugby School is the jewel in the town’s crown with many beautiful buildings lining Rugby town centre including the famous Temple Speech Rooms and the Macready theatre which has hosted international musicians, comedian and actors over the years.

Outdoors

“The Close” is home to the famous Rugby pitch where the modern game was shaped by William Webb Ellis in 1823, and is used for cricket and Rugby matches by not just the school but also by visiting professional sides.

There are several country parks, lots of walks and “Draycote Water” which provides sailing, leisure space, a café and trout fishing.

Outdoors

“The Close” is home to the famous Rugby pitch where the modern game was shaped by William Webb Ellis in 1823, and is used for cricket and Rugby matches by not just the school but also by visiting professional sides.

There are several country parks, lots of walks and “Draycote Water” which provides sailing, leisure space, a café and trout fishing.

Cadman Homes – Property Specialists in Rugby
Family run Estate & Letting Agents offering the best property advice in Rugby and surrounding villages.

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Add value by converting your loft space into a cinema room

Add value by converting your loft space into a cinema room

Making your loft space into a movie room may be a fun undertaking that turns an unused space into a comfortable retreat for enjoyment. Many older houses like Caldecote Road, Coventry and bungalows like Rugby Road, Clifton have excellent roof spaces that will covert...

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Add value by converting your loft space into a cinema room

Add value by converting your loft space into a cinema room

Making your loft space into a movie room may be a fun undertaking that turns an unused space into a comfortable retreat for enjoyment. Many older houses like Caldecote Road, Coventry and bungalows like Rugby Road, Clifton have excellent roof spaces that will covert...

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June 2024 Films and live shows near Rugby

The show must go on, and there’s plenty of them to choose from in your local area

We all need entertainment in our lives from time to time, and there is plenty of it out there to provide us with just that, and that includes the theatre and live shows. Shows and films are a great way to bring families and couples together, so here are our top picks of cinema and live shows for you to visit in your local area in the near future.

FILM: Inside Out 2
By all accounts, Joy, Sadness, Anger, Fear, and Disgust have been operating with great success. But they are unsure of how to feel when anxiety appears.
UK release date: 14th June
Address of your local cinema: Junction One, Rugby. CV21 1RW
www.cineworld.co.uk/cinemas/rugby/

SHOW: Catherine Bohart: Again, With Feelings
From the Belgrade Theatre website:
Join one of the UK and Ireland’s most-exciting comics for a hilariously twisted second coming-of-age saga as she reckons with death-obsessed parents, queer reproduction and how adulthood, frankly, isn’t living up to her expectations.
Weds 26 June 2024
Location: Belgrade Theatre, Belgrade Square, Coventry. CV1 1GS
https://www.belgrade.co.uk/events/catherine-bohart-again-with-feelings/

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Utilizing National Fudge Day to create the BEST edible Fathers Day gifts

For Father`s Day, fudge is a lovely and personalised gift that offers a pleasant way to express your gratitude

Flavoured Fudge
Peanut Butter Fudge: White chocolate and creamy peanut butter combine to make a smooth, delicious dessert. For an even more decadent touch, top with a layer of chocolate ganache.
Mint Chocolate Fudge: For a cool variation, add crushed peppermint candies or mint chocolate chips to your fudge after infusing it with peppermint flavour.

Gourmet Fudge Variations
Salted Caramel Fudge: Stir in some homemade salted caramel for a handmade twist on your fudge. For the ideal harmony of sweet and salty, top with flakes of sea salt.
Espresso Fudge: To make your fudge mixture extra thick and coffee-flavoured, add some instant espresso powder. For fathers who adore coffee, this is ideal.
Maple Walnut Fudge: To make your fudge nuttier and more delicious, add chopped walnuts to the mixture after sweetening it with pure maple syrup.

Themed Fudge Ideas
Beer-Infused Fudge: Pour some beer into your fudge for dads that appreciate a nice drink. To give the chocolate fudge foundation more depth and complexity, use a stout or porter.
Bourbon Fudge: Add a little bourbon to your recipe for fudge. The flavour is deep and smoky, and it goes very well with dark chocolate.

Personalized Fudge
Custom Shapes and Designs: Shape your fudge into amusing, customised patterns like tools, sporting goods, or other things that represent your dad`s interests by using silicone moulds.
Message Fudge: Write a personalised message on the fudge pieces using edible markers or alphabet cookie cutters. "Best Dad Ever" or "Happy Father`s Day" might give a sentimental touch.

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Picking the right exotic plants for your conservatory

Adorning your conservatory with exotic plants can create a lush, vibrant atmosphere for all. Here are some diverse examples of exotic plants you can consider

Flowering Plants
Orchids (Orchidaceae): Orchids, which are prized for their exquisite and varied blossoms, are found in many forms and colours, such as Phalaenopsis, Cattleya, and Dendrobium.
Bird of Paradise (Strelitzia reginae): This plant offers a touch of the tropics with its eye-catching vivid orange and blue, bird-like blossoms.
Hibiscus (Hibiscus rosa-sinensis): Hibiscus stands out in any conservatory thanks to its large, vibrant blooms that come in hues of red, pink, yellow, and white.

Foliage Plants
Fiddle Leaf Fig (Ficus lyrata): This plant, which is well-known for its big, glossy leaves, offers a striking architectural feature.
Monstera (Monstera deliciosa): Monstera, renowned for its enormous, split leaves, exudes a sense of the jungle and is comparatively low maintenance.
Calathea (Calathea spp.): Calathea adds elegance with its variegated tones of pink, purple, and green in its attractively patterned leaves.

Succulents and Cacti
Aloe Vera (Aloe barbadensis): Aloe Vera is not only beautiful, but it also has therapeutic qualities.
Echeveria (Echeveria spp.): These easily maintained, rosette-forming succulents are available in a variety of colours.
Golden Barrel Cactus (Echinocactus grusonii): This cactus creates an intriguing textural contrast with its rounded, spiky appearance.

Carnivorous Plants
Venus Flytrap (Dionaea muscipula): This plant, which resembles jaws, is a marvel to observe.
Pitcher Plant (Nepenthes spp.): Because of its unusual pitcher-shaped, insect-catching leaves, it provides an interesting and useful aspect.

Epiphytes
Bromeliads (Bromeliaceae): These eye-catching plants, which are frequently set on wood or rocks, can thrive in very little soil and frequently produce vivid, long-lasting blossoms.
Tillandsia (Tillandsia spp.): Often referred to as air plants, they are adaptable and simple to exhibit since they can grow without soil.

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