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Galley Common is a suburban village situated 3 miles / 5 km west of Nuneaton, Warwickshire, England. The community is a ward of the Nuneaton and Bedworth District on the border with North Warwickshire, with a population taken at the 2011 census of 8,233. The village comprises a school, several small shops, riding stables, a social club, a small industrial estate and farmland. It is close to the villages of Hartshill, Ansley, Astley, Arley and Old Arley.
It was previously a coal mining village.
The Galley Common Infant School is situated in just on the outskirts of the village at the top of the hill and are surrounded by trees and fields. The school is a successful, popular institution with children aged from 4 to 7. There are five classes: two Reception classes, one straight Year 1 class; a mixed Year 1 and 2 class and a straight Year 2 class.
There is a riding school for the disabled in Galley Common Village.
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