New Bilton

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New Bilton is a place in Rugby, Warwickshire, in England. It is a suburb of Rugby, situated to the west of the town centre. The nearby village of Bilton has also been absorbed into Rugby.

New Bilton comprises mostly Victorian terraced housing. Some modern housing has been built on the former GEC site to the rear of Avenue Road up to the limestone quarries of Cemex. The local community are served by a couple of corner shops, a mini market and a Coop store, Residents are also fortunate to have a sub post office, a Church of England Church and a Christian Centre. Schooling is provided from age 3 to 11 at 3 schools, St Matthew's Bloxam; St Oswald's and Oakfield, all within the ward of New Bilton. School time can be confusing with children passing each other going to different schools.

New Bilton is also a ward of Rugby Borough Council whose population at the 2011 census was 7,760.[1]


  1. ^ "Rugby Ward population 2011". Retrieved 30 December 2015. 

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Coordinates: 52°22′N 1°17′W / 52.367°N 1.283°W / 52.367; -1.283