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Last update: 2006-10-18

The Blue Plaque Tour

2006-10-18 :: jane@podcats.co.uk
Length: 28s

This short guided walk takes in some of Rugby's 'Blue Plaques' commemorating the town's famous buildings, people and events from the poet Rupert Brook to the father of the jet engine Sir Frank Whittle. Extra copies of this audio are available already loaded onto mp3 players from the town's visitor centre.…


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The Rugby Pathway of Fame Part Two

2006-09-29 :: jane@podcats.co.uk
Length: 39s

The second part of this two part audio tour following the trail of rugby balls set in the pavements of Rugby town. Today we start at number 19 - on Church Street outside St Andrews Church. Former England fly half Les Cusworth leads the way with the help of Blue Badge guide Roger Bailey…


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The Rugby Pathway of Fame

2006-09-14 :: Jane Markham
Length: 25s

The Rugby Pathway of Fame follows fifty brass rugby footballs set in the pavements of this historic town. Former England Rugby star Les Cusworth and Blue Badge Guide Roger Bailey are our guides on part one of this fascinating walk…


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Rugby Walks

A short series of guided walks around this historic town in the heart of England - the home of Rugby Football and the famous Rugby School the setting for the classic 19th century novel Tom Brown's School Days.

Rugby Walks

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