What tier is Nuneaton and Bedworth?

What tier is Nuneaton and Bedworth?

What tier is Nuneaton and Bedworth?

Tier 4
Nuneaton and Bedworth was placed under Tier 4 restrictions from 31 December 2020.

Is Nuneaton rough?

Nuneaton is the most dangerous major town in Warwickshire, and is the 35th most dangerous overall out of Warwickshire’s 222 towns, villages, and cities. The overall crime rate in Nuneaton in 2020 was 80 crimes per 1,000 people.

What local authority is Nuneaton?

Nuneaton and Bedworth Borough Council
To the south it borders the city of Coventry in the West Midlands county, and to the north the Hinckley and Bosworth district of Leicestershire. The borough is governed by the Nuneaton and Bedworth Borough Council….Nuneaton and Bedworth.

Nuneaton and Bedworth Borough of Nuneaton and Bedworth
Website Nuneaton and Bedworth

Is Nuneaton a nice place to live?

Nuneaton town centre is officially the safest place in the town, with 108 crimes reported there during May 2018. It also had the least reports of one of the most serious offences on the list – violent and sexual crime – at 25. By contrast, the south of the town has the highest levels of crime.

What is Nuneaton famous for?

The town is famous as the birthplace of the Victorian novelist George Eliot, who lived there from 1819 to 1841. Many visitors make pilgrimages to the ancient churchyards of Nuneaton and Chilvers Coton, where monuments to people immortalised in her novels can be found.

Is Bedworth nice place to live?

Set in the beautiful Heart of England, with a rich cultural heritage and outstanding road, rail and waterway links, Nuneaton and Bedworth Borough is an ideal place to live or visit. The towns boast beautiful Victorian architecture including the impressive Nicholas Chamberlaine Almshouses in Bedworth.

What is Nuneaton good for?

15 Best Things to Do in Nuneaton (Warwickshire, England)

  1. Arbury Hall. Source: ell brown / Flickr Arbury Hall.
  2. Nuneaton Museum and Art Gallery.
  3. Triumph Motorcycles Visitor Experience.
  4. Hartshill Hayes Country Park.
  5. Bosworth Battlefield Heritage Centre.
  6. Nuneaton Heritage Centre.
  7. Mount Judd.
  8. Riversley Park.

Where is the best place to live in Nuneaton?

If you intend to live near motorway junctions, Whitestone and Astley are the top choices. For people with local jobs, Camp Hill and Birchley Heath are worth considering. The crime rate in Nuneaton ranges between 14-22%, depending on the borough.

Is Nuneaton Market Open in lockdown?

As from today, following Government guidelines, the markets in Nuneaton and Bedworth will be open for essential items only, all other non-essential item stalls will be closed.

What is Bedworth famous for?

Bedworth is a small market town in the northern part of Warwickshire situated in the heart of England. The roots of the town are ancient and it is mentioned in the Doomsday book of 1086. At various points in its history Bedworth was known for hat making, ribbon weaving and coal mining.

What do you call people from Nuneaton?

Historian Peter Lee says Nuneaton is called ‘Codder’ because of the fish style spout on the old town water pump in Market Place. He has also shed some light on another moniker given to people who live in Nuneaton – ‘Codder. ‘

Is Bedworth a good place to live?