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The historic market town of Rugby in Warwickshire, home of Rugby school where the game rugby was invented, is situated some 15 miles from the University.

It has good range of local shops, boutiques and supermarkets along with a lively selection of bars and restaurants. In addition it has a theatre, a cinema, a park and leisure facilities including a swimming pool.

The town itself offers a very good selection of public and private schooling from nursery to secondary level. From a travel perspective, it is well connected, being close to the M6 motorway, the A45 and also has a high speed railway link into London.