Articles with the tag: Places


Streets of Leamington, Introduction

Streets of Leamington, Introduction

(CLICK HERE for The List of Streets) Before 1800 Leamington Priors was a village of about 200 people to the south of the River Leam. The land to the north-east of the river was called Newbold Comyn and was owned by the Willes family; to the north-west the land was...
Streets of Leamington, The List

Streets of Leamington, The List

This is a List providing information about most of the Streets of Royal Leamington Spa.Links to Streets beginning with — A   B   C   D   E   F   G   H   I   J   K   L   M   N   O   P   Q   R   S   T   U   V   W   Y   (The Image at the head of this article is based on...
Alphabetic Index of Titles of Articles

Alphabetic Index of Titles of Articles

This page is provided so that visitors can obtain an idea of what is currently available on the website (Some titles have been amended so that useful words appear first in this alphabetical list) A to E            F to J          K to O           P to T             U...
The Bandstand is Back!

The Bandstand is Back!

On Saturday, 15 March 2019, the newly renovated Pump Room Gardens Bandstand was opened officially by Councillor Steven Cross, Chairman of Warwick District Council and Archie Pitts, who masterminded the Heritage Lottery Fund bid to refurbish the Pump Room Gardens. The...
Feldon School

Feldon School

Feldon School was set up at Milverton Hill by Dr J.L. and Mrs S.A. Matthews in the summer of 1950.  They had taken over a small private school, ‘Ardmore’ based at 69 Willes Road/corner of Leam Terrace in September 1948, when Ardmore’s previous owners left to run a...