Thursday Doors – A visit to Rugby, Warwickshire, England

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In 2019, Terence and I visited the town of Rugby in Warwickshire. This lovely town is home to Rugby School which is the birthplace of Rugby football. According to legend, Rugby football was invented in 1823 by a schoolboy from the school called William Webb Ellis.

Street through the shopping area in Rugby

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54 thoughts on “Thursday Doors – A visit to Rugby, Warwickshire, England

  1. That’s very interesting. We have the Basketball and Volleyball Halls of Fame up the road from us, but neither are in beautiful old world charming towns like this. I think I could spend days walking around and gawking at the architecture. Thanks for sharing these, Robbie The doors and buildings are beautiful.

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  2. So that’s what Rugby looks like. How very pleasant! I’ve only ever passed it on the Liverpool-London train where the view from the window offers little to recommend the place as I remember.

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