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St Nicolas Church

St. Nicolas is closely associated with the writings of George Eliot appearing as Milby church in Scenes of Clerical Life. The churchyard includes the grave of an African Chief, who died at the vicarage in 1864. The bells, the oldest of which dates from 1703, includes a ring of six originals.

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St Mary the Virgin Astley Church

Astley Church was built in 1343 by Sir Thomas Astley as a colliegiate church where monks and priests would sing for the souls of his family. The church now stands one fifth of its former size and and is the village church in use today.

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Ash End House Children’s Farm

Immerse yourself and explore the animal world any time of the year, with indoor and outdoor enclosures, interactive experiences and fun, exciting encounter with over 500 animals, from over 100 different species.

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Bedworth Arts Centre

Bedworth Arts Centre Ltd. a not for profit company, is located in Bedworth Town Centre as part of the Civic Hall Complex. It provides accommodation and services for arts based activities for the community of Bedworth and surrounding area.

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Nuneaton Museum and Art Gallery

The Museum and Art Gallery is set in the beautiful surroundings of Riversley Park and can be found in the centre of Nuneaton. It contains a reconstruction of George Eliot’s London drawing room of 1870 and many of her personal items as well as local history exhibitions.

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Zion Baptist Church

An unusually designed, modern church building built in the 1970’s. Services are traditional in format and content and a warm welcome is extended to all visitors. Viewings of the interior of the building can be undertaken by arrangement with the secretary.

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The Rose Inn, Baxterley

Picturesque, newly refurbished traditional country inn. Superb food served lunchtime and evening throughout the week, with an excellent Sunday carvery. Good Beer Guide listed and dog friendly, we offer a friendly atmosphere and a warm welcome.

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The Battlefield Line

The Battlefield Line is the last remaining part of the former Ashby & Nuneaton Joint Railway which was opened in 1873. It runs from Shackerstone via Market Bosworth to Shenton in Leicestershire and is operated by the Shackerstone Railway Society.

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