Rugby is perfectly placed, located right in the heart of England and sitting right next to the M1, M6, A14 along with being on a main train line linking from London to Scotland.
Proud to be the birthplace of the only real ball sport (yes, I’m a Rugby fan!) and the only place in the world that can lay claim to having a sport named after it. Housing the World Rugby Hall of Fame and with many displays and features in, and around, the town celebrating the game.
Not only that though, the Turbojet engine was invented by Sir Frank Whittle at the BTH factory in Rugby and then successfully tested in neighbouring Lutterworth – with several monuments marking out this world-changing achievement.