Discover Rugby's history during Easter town centre tours
GUIDED tours revealing Rugby's rich history take place throughout the Easter holidays.
The Rugby Town Guides take residents and visitors on a journey of discovery through the town centre, revealing fascinating facts about the history of the borough.
The free tours start at Rugby Visitor Centre and visit the Webb Ellis Football Museum, the Webb Ellis statue and The Queen's Gates at Rugby School's The Close.
Other stops on the one-hour tour include Regent Street, High Street, the Rupert Brooke statue and St Andrew's Church.
The daily tours start at 2pm and take place until 1 April (except Good Friday and Easter Sunday).
Schools, community organisations, businesses and tourists can also book a guided tour of the town centre by calling Rugby Visitor Centre on (01788) 533217 or visiting www.enjoyrugby.co.uk
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