Rugby in General Reviews
Description:Rugby is a local government district with borough status in eastern Warwickshire, England. The borough comprises the ... more
Rugby in General ... town of Rugby where the council has its headquarters, and the rural areas surrounding the town. The borough stretches from Coventry to the west, to the borders with Northamptonshire and Leicestershire to the east. It borders the Warwickshire districts of Warwick to the south-west, Stratford to the south, and Nuneaton and Bedworth to the north-west.
Newest Review: ... a typical Rugby supper for most young school children, still seen wearing their uniforms late at night. There is a drugs problem, as there is in most places nowadays. There doesn't seem to be much of a boy racer problem, but that is partly because those that would be partial to a supermarket carpark cruise cannot afford cars worth cruising. Loutish behaviour is quite prevalent. In the ... more
Customer Rugby in General Reviews (10)
by - written on 19/09/10 (Useful, 213 readings)
Rugby is one of those kinda places that sparks sentiment of a certain resonant charm, without having visited the town. And that is the way one should leave it. In fact I would recommend to avoid it. Apart from the Rugby School which is not an open toursit attraction, it has nothing at all: no I lie. It is a backward little place, with the small town usually scattered with loitering types. There aren't any decent shops, as there aren't any decent shoppers. There is the clocktower shopping arcade which is great if you enjoy pound shops, kwik save supermarkets, and watching single mums being courted by dosser teenagers who do not seem ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/04/10, updated on 12/04/10 (Very useful, 279 readings)
Rugby is the home of Rugby football created by William Webb Ellis. And has one of Englands oldest public schools, Rugby school. It is also where Frank Whittle created the worlds first jet-engine. It is a town in Warwickshire but is the second largest town in England. I absolutely hated Rugby, and took it for granted. But, since I've moved to Jarrow, Tyne and Wear which is the worst location I have ever been in with absolutely nothing going for it, it is a complete ghost town! I realise Rugby is not the worst place to be. There are statues of the famous Rubert Brooke and William Webb Ellis, there is also a Webb Ellis shop where I used to get my ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/02/09 (Very useful, 528 readings)
Well as a life long rugbian, I thought I'd write about my lovely hometown of Rugby, I hear people slate our town all the time, whether it be work colleagues or friends or even past reviews etc, but to be honest although there obviously are some bad points about Rugby, there are those in every town of the UK, we all have our bad areas, overall I think Rugby is a really nice town, with some great people and a lot of history, and I think that if you know what places to look at and what Rugby has to offer you will not be disappointed. *****Places to visit that come be of interest***** **Webb Ellis Rugby Museum** The game of Rugby football was ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/10/08 (Useful, 65 readings)
I used to work in Rugby a few years ago, i have family and friends that also live in Rugby so the time ive spent there at work and with them and their views of the town are what im basing this review on. To be honest which is what these reviews are all about, i wouldnt recommend a visit, a home, a job, a shop, a sports facility anywhere in rugby! The town is very small, the skyline dominated by the beauty of a cement works, the shopping centre is, hmmmmm rediculous that its called a shopping centre! The few times i did venture into the town for some nightlife after work i would always see a fight between rival chav gangs that hang around the town centre. Selection of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/10/08, updated on 13/10/08 (Not useful, 44 readings)
Well what can i say about Rugby. Not alot really, not much at all to be honest its small has no shop and then all the good ones you do get end up closing. Oh and the nightlife i wouldnt recommend it - unless you want to be mugged, stabbed or beaten. A bit harsh......no not really, knife crime is at an all time high, with the papers reporting of stabbings most weeks, one recently that was fatal, and there was a report of a shooting this week and a man beaten by a baseball bat by a gand 0f 6. i know all towns etc have a bad part and i know that some people like to have a quiet and boring life, but really you literally have ... Read the complete review
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