The Warwickshire market town of Rugby, famed for its school of the same name and birthplace of the sport, lies on the banks of the River Avon and is home to just over 60,000 residents.
The bulk of the town's architecture is Victorian and later, but several older buildings remain. The pedestrianised streets around the town's clock tower offer a plethora of shops, bars and restaurants, giving Rugby a bustling atmosphere.
In fact, Rugby is home one of the largest concentrations of pubs in the country, offering everything from the traditional alehouse to the modern gastro-pub within a short walk from the town centre.
Shoppers are well catered for in the town, with a large shopping centre known as The Clock Towers hosting many major high street names and a regular street market in Rugby's charming main square offering a wide range of fresh local produce, clothing and electrical items among other things.
Read more about Rugby in the About Rugby section.