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Bedworth has a non-League football team Bedworth United F.C. who play at the Oval Ground.

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To find out more about our corporate memberships, click corporate memberships or visit active workforce in our activities section.

A new play area, located on the site of the previous aviary and paddling pool near the cricket ground within the park, was dedicated in June 2012 to Sergeant Simon 'Val' Valentine. He was born and brought up in Bedworth, a soldier of 2nd Btn Royal Regiment of Fusiliers who lost his life in August 2009 while serving his country in Helmand Province, Afghanistan.[10] The town centre was closed and thousands of townspeople paid their respects at Sergeant Valentine's funeral in 2009.[11]

The Society runs two heritage centres, The Parsonage and The Nurse’s House. Part of the almshouse complex in the town centre these are are jointly known as The Bedworth Heritage Centre.

Bus services to the city centre of Coventry are operated competitively by Stagecoach in Warwickshire and National Express Coventry. Stagecoach also provides direct services to Nuneaton, Bulkington, Keresley, Atherstone, Hinckley & Leicester and a direct service to the University Hospital in Walsgrave, Coventry is provided by Travel de Courcey.

Most activities require booking in advance, so check the specific information relating to your activity in advance of attending. Certain activities are payable outside of any membership programme.

The Bedworth Society has taken every care in compiling information and material for this web site. The society will not be held responsible for any loss, damage or inconvenience caused as a result of any inaccuracy or error contained in these web pages.

Keith is the editor of the Coventry Telegraph. He was the Football Editor of the Birmingham Mail before taking over at the Telegraph in February 2015.

The Bedworth Society was founded in 1981 to petition for the preservation of the Parsonage, which forms part of the Bedworth Almshouses. The Society became a registered charity in 1997.

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Bedworth is a market town in the Borough of Nuneaton and Bedworth, Warwickshire, England.[1] It is situated between Coventry, 5.5 miles (9 km) to the south, and Nuneaton, 3 miles (5 km) to the north. In the 2001 census the town had a population of 32,268.[2]

For past results, see Nuneaton and Bedworth Borough Council elections.

If you have a swim membership this is no problem. You can move to any Everyone Active Leisure centre which has a pool.

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The locally born author George Eliot (Mary Anne Evans) lived at "Griff House" north of Bedworth and south of Nuneaton between 1819 and 1841.[3] "Griff House" still stands today as a Premier Travel Inn.

If you have a single site membership you will only have access to the leisure centre covered within the membership.

Nuneaton had gained the status of a municipal borough in 1907,[3] and Bedworth had gained the status of an urban district in 1928.[4] In 1938, Bulkington became part of the Bedworth Urban District. Borough status was conferred upon the new district of Nuneaton and Bedworth on 15 November 1976.

In 1894 a school was built close to the church; whilst initially big enough to accommodate some 150 pupils aged from 4 to 14 years, it was eventually superseded by a new school. It is now a nursery.

All Saints' Church of England Parish Church, Bedworth adjacent to the main shopping area.

You can cancel your swimming lessons via your local leisure centre. You can either visit them, and cancel at the reception, or call/e-mail them.

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Domestic appliance insurer Domestic & General has offices in the town centre and provides substantial employment for the community.

Since it was formed, the Bedworth Society has actively monitored local developments to help preserve and improve our town. This includes reviewing all applicable planning applications made to Nuneaton and Bedworth Borough Council.

Bedworth also has a skate park built in the Miners' Welfare Park in 2001 after campaigning by local youngsters. Previous to this, most youngsters would skate in the town centre, or in the market area, much to the annoyance of residents and the local police.

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From September to June the Society hosts monthly public meetings, which feature a guest speaker. Held at the Old Meeting United Reformed Church in Bedworth these cover many aspects of Bedworth and the surrounding area and are always well attended.

For a sortable list of wards in Nuneaton and Bedworth by population, see List of wards in Nuneaton and Bedworth by population.

Bedworth has six main suburban districts, namely Collycroft, Mount Pleasant, Bedworth Heath, Coalpit Field, Goodyers End and Exhall. Exhall is a generic name for the area surrounding junction 3 of the M6 motorway, comprising parts of both Bedworth and Coventry. Much of what is now considered Exhall within south Bedworth is also referred to as Hayes Green by locals and on older maps of the area.


As of the most recent local election, Labour had majority control of the council.

Nuneaton and Bedworth is a local government district with borough status, in northern Warwickshire, England, consisting of the densely populated towns of Nuneaton and Bedworth, the village of Bulkington and the green belt land in between. It has a population of just over 120,000.

This depends on your membership. If you have a pay as you go membership, you can pay as you go at any Everyone Active leisure centre.

During the summer the society runs outings for members. Trips range from visits to historical sites or visitor attractions, to tours of notable local businesses. The aim is always to expand the knowledge of members about the rich and fascinating area in which we live and work.

Set in the heart of local parkland, Bedworth Leisure Centre offers the local community an excellent range of ways to remain active. The centre plays host to two swimming pools, a group exercise studio, a newly refurbished gym complete with the latest equipment and a heavy weights area, 3G outdoor surface, a cafe and creche.

Due to its good transport links, and proximity to major cities such as Coventry, Birmingham and Leicester, Bedworth is now growing rapidly as a dormitory town.

Customers of Westminster lodge get to use all sites.

We pride ourselves on our friendly colleagues who are always willing to help, as well as offering fantastic facilities to keep you active.

The NBBC Passport to Leisure is available FREE of charge¬†to residents of Nuneaton and Bedworth provided that¬†they fall into one […]