Rushcliffe

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(Leicestershire) address and postcode (postal code). The Borough which has seen numerous placings as 'best place to live in the United Kingdom' currently holds 7th place by the Halifax quality of life survey, which examines factors such as weather, crime rates and life expectancy. The Borough also is home to numerous villages along the A60 (A60 road) corridor, heading to Loughborough (Leicestershire) some of these are, Bradmore (Bradmore, Nottinghamshire), Bunny, Nottinghamshire Bunny

: Gedling, Broxtowe, Rushcliffe, Ashfield, Erewash and Amber Valley. By 2007 the BBC reported that the number of shootings in the city had fallen from 51 (in 2003) to 13 (in 2006). However, in January 2008 it was reported that gun crime in the city had risen for a second

consecutive year, with a 50% increase in gun crime during 2007. The incidence rate of many crimes in Nottingham is several times higher than the English average.


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ceremonial purposes . to Nottingham, with most of its traffic originating from the A50, and the rest from the A42. This section of the road follows the route of the former B679. A new section of road was built from junction 24 of the M1 to Ratcliffe-on-Soar power station (which opened in 1968), as the (late 1960s) £222,000 section, the Link road from Ratcliffe Power Station to M1. This became the A648 when completed in 1970, extending along the present B679 to West Bridgford, then the A453 in 1978, when it was diverted from its Long Eaton route. A453 history CBRD maps Between 1922-53 the A648 was the road from Brighouse to Denholme, now the A644. At Ratcliffe-on-Soar it crosses the River Soar, where the road enters Nottinghamshire and the district of Rushcliffe. It crosses the Midland Main Line, and there is a left turn for East Midlands Parkway railway station, which opened in January 2009. The railway from here to Nottingham railway station directly shadows the A453, to the north. There is a left turn for the power station, owned by E.ON UK and Thrumpton. After Thrumpton the road follows a former unclassified road (''Green Street'' to Clifton). There are two left turns for Barton in Fabis. The road ascends the top of Brands Hill and Mill Hill, where it enters the City of Nottingham as ''Barton Lane''. Compton Acres is itself a ward (ward (politics)) within the borough of Rushcliffe, with two councillors Irving Korn and Douglas Wheeler. http: www.rushcliffe.gov.uk electedRep_results.asp?cat 1572 Its Member of Parliament is Kenneth Clarke. Part of Compton Acres lies within the Lutterell Ward. Lady Bay is on the flood plain of the River Trent and has benefited over the years from progressively upgraded flood defences. Between these flood defences (to the north of Holme Road) and the River Trent is an area of statutory washlands known as The Hook. Report of Nature Conservation Sites by the Performance Management Board of Rushcliffe Borough Council This meadowland provides a habitat for wildlife and a recreational area for local residents; it floods dramatically every 5–10 years, so will never be developed. The Hook was declared a Local Nature Reserve in December 2009. A 'Friends' group has been established and volunteers work to manage and maintain the site. Basford Rural District Rushcliffe, Broxtowe, Ashfield, Gedling - '''Hickling''' is a village near Melton Mowbray but is in and on the southermost border of Nottinghamshire. It is within the boundaries of Rushcliffe Borough Council, on the Grantham Canal and close to the Vale of Belvoir. map, rushcliffe.gov.uk The population numbers around 550 people. Contained within the boundaries of the wapentake is the western part of the current Rushcliffe Borough and a small area of the City of Nottingham around Clifton. In 1974 the district was split between the new non-metropolitan districts of Ashfield, Broxtowe, Gedling and Rushcliffe. The parishes of Annesley, Felley and Selston went to Ashfield; the parishes of Awsworth, Brinsley, Cossall, Greasley, Kimberley (Kimberley, Nottinghamshire), Nuthall, Strelley (Strelley, Nottingham) and Trowell went to Broxtowe; the parishes of Bestwood Park, Burton Joyce, Calverton (Calverton, Nottinghamshire), Lambley (Lambley, Nottinghamshire), Linby, Newstead (Newstead, Nottinghamshire), Papplewick, Stoke Bardolph and Woodborough went to Gedling, and the rest to Rushcliffe including the small towns of Ruddington and Radcliffe on Trent. '''Plumtree''' is a village and civil parish in the borough of Rushcliffe, Nottinghamshire. At the time of the 2001 census it had a population of 221. "Area:Plumtree CP (Parish)" It is situated to the south east of Nottingham, between the villages of Tollerton (Tollerton, Nottinghamshire) and Keyworth. *North Nottinghamshire - Broxtowe *South Nottinghamshire - Bingham, Newark, Rushcliffe, Thurgarton


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performance group.pl?qtype GR&f y2re6oQNEH&superview sec&view aat&set 2&sort l.schname&ord asc&tab 150&no 998&pg 1 website http: www.education.gov.uk publisher DfE accessdate 2 February 2015 The Becket School (partly geographically outside the Rushcliffe district), West Bridgford School and Rushcliffe School get A level (Advanced Level in the United Kingdom) results for 'Average point score per A level student (full-time equivalent

)' in the top 10% of all schools in the UK , comprehensive or selective, better than many English grammar schools. These scores are in the top 2% for all UK comprehensives. Sutton Bonington is in the south

is an area of statutory washlands known as The Hook. Report of Nature Conservation Sites by the Performance Management Board of Rushcliffe Borough Council This meadowland provides a habitat for wildlife and a recreational area for local residents; it floods dramatically every 5–10 years, so will never be developed. The Hook was declared a Local Nature


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in 1968), as the (late 1960s) £222,000 section, the Link road from Ratcliffe Power Station to M1. This became the A648 when completed in 1970, extending along the present B679 to West Bridgford, then the A453 in 1978, when it was diverted from its Long Eaton route.history story-12165553-detail story.html A453 history CBRD maps Between


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'', ''Crossroads'' and ''Loose Women'') lives in the Edwalton Hall development *Famous rose grower Harry Wheatcroft lived with his family in West Bridgford *The majority of Nottingham Forest Football Club (Nottingham Forest F.C.) players live in Rushcliffe and have included Stuart Pearce, Andy Cole and Ian Wright. Former Manager Frank Clark (Frank Clark (footballer)) lived in Keyworth. A number of ex-Nottingham Forest Players remain


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(Leicestershire) address and postcode (postal code). The Borough which has seen numerous placings as 'best place to live in the United Kingdom' currently holds 7th place by the Halifax quality of life survey, which examines factors such as weather, crime rates and life expectancy. The Borough also is home to numerous villages along the A60 (A60 road) corridor, heading to Loughborough (Leicestershire) some of these are, Bradmore (Bradmore, Nottinghamshire), Bunny, Nottinghamshire Bunny


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to Nottingham, with most of its traffic originating from the A50, and the rest from the A42. This section of the road follows the route of the former B679. A new section of road was built from junction 24 of the M1 to Ratcliffe-on-Soar power station (which opened in 1968), as the (late 1960s) £222,000 section, the Link road from Ratcliffe Power Station to M1. This became the A648 when completed in 1970, extending along the present B679 to West Bridgford, then the A453 in 1978, when it was diverted from its Long Eaton route. A453 history CBRD maps Between 1922-53 the A648 was the road from Brighouse to Denholme, now the A644. At Ratcliffe-on-Soar it crosses the River Soar, where the road enters Nottinghamshire and the district of Rushcliffe. It crosses the Midland Main Line, and there is a left turn for East Midlands Parkway railway station, which opened in January 2009. The railway from here to Nottingham railway station directly shadows the A453, to the north. There is a left turn for the power station, owned by E.ON UK and Thrumpton. After Thrumpton the road follows a former unclassified road (''Green Street'' to Clifton). There are two left turns for Barton in Fabis. The road ascends the top of Brands Hill and Mill Hill, where it enters the City of Nottingham as ''Barton Lane''. Compton Acres is itself a ward (ward (politics)) within the borough of Rushcliffe, with two councillors Irving Korn and Douglas Wheeler. http: www.rushcliffe.gov.uk electedRep_results.asp?cat 1572 Its Member of Parliament is Kenneth Clarke. Part of Compton Acres lies within the Lutterell Ward. Lady Bay is on the flood plain of the River Trent and has benefited over the years from progressively upgraded flood defences. Between these flood defences (to the north of Holme Road) and the River Trent is an area of statutory washlands known as The Hook. Report of Nature Conservation Sites by the Performance Management Board of Rushcliffe Borough Council This meadowland provides a habitat for wildlife and a recreational area for local residents; it floods dramatically every 5–10 years, so will never be developed. The Hook was declared a Local Nature Reserve in December 2009. A 'Friends' group has been established and volunteers work to manage and maintain the site. Basford Rural District Rushcliffe, Broxtowe, Ashfield, Gedling - '''Hickling''' is a village near Melton Mowbray but is in and on the southermost border of Nottinghamshire. It is within the boundaries of Rushcliffe Borough Council, on the Grantham Canal and close to the Vale of Belvoir. map, rushcliffe.gov.uk The population numbers around 550 people. Contained within the boundaries of the wapentake is the western part of the current Rushcliffe Borough and a small area of the City of Nottingham around Clifton. In 1974 the district was split between the new non-metropolitan districts of Ashfield, Broxtowe, Gedling and Rushcliffe. The parishes of Annesley, Felley and Selston went to Ashfield; the parishes of Awsworth, Brinsley, Cossall, Greasley, Kimberley (Kimberley, Nottinghamshire), Nuthall, Strelley (Strelley, Nottingham) and Trowell went to Broxtowe; the parishes of Bestwood Park, Burton Joyce, Calverton (Calverton, Nottinghamshire), Lambley (Lambley, Nottinghamshire), Linby, Newstead (Newstead, Nottinghamshire), Papplewick, Stoke Bardolph and Woodborough went to Gedling, and the rest to Rushcliffe including the small towns of Ruddington and Radcliffe on Trent. '''Plumtree''' is a village and civil parish in the borough of Rushcliffe, Nottinghamshire. At the time of the 2001 census it had a population of 221. "Area:Plumtree CP (Parish)" It is situated to the south east of Nottingham, between the villages of Tollerton (Tollerton, Nottinghamshire) and Keyworth. *North Nottinghamshire - Broxtowe *South Nottinghamshire - Bingham, Newark, Rushcliffe, Thurgarton


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performance group.pl?qtype GR&f y2re6oQNEH&superview sec&view aat&set 2&sort l.schname&ord asc&tab 150&no 998&pg 1 website http: www.education.gov.uk publisher DfE accessdate 2 February 2015 The Becket School (partly geographically outside the Rushcliffe district), West Bridgford School and Rushcliffe School get A level (Advanced Level in the United Kingdom) results for 'Average point score per A level student (full-time equivalent


history story'

in 1968), as the (late 1960s) £222,000 section, the Link road from Ratcliffe Power Station to M1. This became the A648 when completed in 1970, extending along the present B679 to West Bridgford, then the A453 in 1978, when it was diverted from its Long Eaton route.history story-12165553-detail story.html A453 history CBRD maps Between


political career

to Nottingham, with most of its traffic originating from the A50, and the rest from the A42. This section of the road follows the route of the former B679. A new section of road was built from junction 24 of the M1 to Ratcliffe-on-Soar power station (which opened in 1968), as the (late 1960s) £222,000 section, the Link road from Ratcliffe Power Station to M1. This became the A648 when completed in 1970, extending along the present B679 to West Bridgford, then the A453 in 1978, when it was diverted from its Long Eaton route. A453 history CBRD maps Between 1922-53 the A648 was the road from Brighouse to Denholme, now the A644. At Ratcliffe-on-Soar it crosses the River Soar, where the road enters Nottinghamshire and the district of Rushcliffe. It crosses the Midland Main Line, and there is a left turn for East Midlands Parkway railway station, which opened in January 2009. The railway from here to Nottingham railway station directly shadows the A453, to the north. There is a left turn for the power station, owned by E.ON UK and Thrumpton. After Thrumpton the road follows a former unclassified road (''Green Street'' to Clifton). There are two left turns for Barton in Fabis. The road ascends the top of Brands Hill and Mill Hill, where it enters the City of Nottingham as ''Barton Lane''. Compton Acres is itself a ward (ward (politics)) within the borough of Rushcliffe, with two councillors Irving Korn and Douglas Wheeler. http: www.rushcliffe.gov.uk electedRep_results.asp?cat 1572 Its Member of Parliament is Kenneth Clarke. Part of Compton Acres lies within the Lutterell Ward. Lady Bay is on the flood plain of the River Trent and has benefited over the years from progressively upgraded flood defences. Between these flood defences (to the north of Holme Road) and the River Trent is an area of statutory washlands known as The Hook. Report of Nature Conservation Sites by the Performance Management Board of Rushcliffe Borough Council This meadowland provides a habitat for wildlife and a recreational area for local residents; it floods dramatically every 5–10 years, so will never be developed. The Hook was declared a Local Nature Reserve in December 2009. A 'Friends' group has been established and volunteers work to manage and maintain the site. Basford Rural District Rushcliffe, Broxtowe, Ashfield, Gedling - '''Hickling''' is a village near Melton Mowbray but is in and on the southermost border of Nottinghamshire. It is within the boundaries of Rushcliffe Borough Council, on the Grantham Canal and close to the Vale of Belvoir. map, rushcliffe.gov.uk The population numbers around 550 people. Contained within the boundaries of the wapentake is the western part of the current Rushcliffe Borough and a small area of the City of Nottingham around Clifton. In 1974 the district was split between the new non-metropolitan districts of Ashfield, Broxtowe, Gedling and Rushcliffe. The parishes of Annesley, Felley and Selston went to Ashfield; the parishes of Awsworth, Brinsley, Cossall, Greasley, Kimberley (Kimberley, Nottinghamshire), Nuthall, Strelley (Strelley, Nottingham) and Trowell went to Broxtowe; the parishes of Bestwood Park, Burton Joyce, Calverton (Calverton, Nottinghamshire), Lambley (Lambley, Nottinghamshire), Linby, Newstead (Newstead, Nottinghamshire), Papplewick, Stoke Bardolph and Woodborough went to Gedling, and the rest to Rushcliffe including the small towns of Ruddington and Radcliffe on Trent. '''Plumtree''' is a village and civil parish in the borough of Rushcliffe, Nottinghamshire. At the time of the 2001 census it had a population of 221. "Area:Plumtree CP (Parish)" It is situated to the south east of Nottingham, between the villages of Tollerton (Tollerton, Nottinghamshire) and Keyworth. *North Nottinghamshire - Broxtowe *South Nottinghamshire - Bingham, Newark, Rushcliffe, Thurgarton

Rushcliffe

'''Rushcliffe''' is a local government district (Non-metropolitan district) with borough status in Nottinghamshire, England. Its council is based in West Bridgford. It was formed on 1 April 1974 by merging the West Bridgford Urban District, the Bingham Rural District and part of Basford Rural District.

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