Newbold-on-Avon is a small suburb of Rugby. Full of culture and heritage, Newbold-on-Avon – often referred to as Newbold – is located on the eastern edge of Warwickshire.
The town is renowned for the invention of rugby football and the area has been shaped by the origins of the sport since 1823. Interestingly, Frank Whittle designed and developed early engine prototypes, meaning Rugby is also a birthplace of the jet engine.
Newbold-on-Avon is a fantastic area for families and couples to thrive. The area boasts a number of wonderful parks, including Centenary Park, Quarry Preserve and Swift Valley Nature Reserve. The town is also enriched with a range of independent and chain retailers, pubs and eateries. It is perfect for rural living for a city life, with excellent commute links to Birmingham, Manchester and Liverpool, the town of Rugby is a sought-after residential location in the West Midlands.
In the greater town, you can have fun learning all about Warwickshire’s historical background and stunning castles, with great walking routes, an array of museums and fantastic scenery.
Close to the Merynton Place development, you will find Riverside Academy (primary) and The Avon Valley School and Performing Arts (secondary). Both schools are rated ‘Good’ by Ofsted.
20th October 2020Back to news