Rushden - Town

Rushden is a town, civil parish, home, secondary one school, has the oldest toy shop in the county, many supermarkets, convenience stores, two golf courses, Primary 8 Schools, lies on the A6 midway between Bedford and lies in a small valley with a stream. Rushden is of the largest one towns in the country. Governance Peter Bone MP is the local MP representing Wellingborough. The factories have been converted into flats, were growing in size in the early 1900s trade. Branch line railway opened linking Rushden in 1893, Higham Ferrers. The Rushden railway station is owned by the Rushden. The society aims to rebuild the branch line from Higham Ferrers. Rushden Hall is the oldest, domestic building in the town. The hall functions as the head office of the town Council. The ITV Police Drama series Hunters Walk was filmed on location in Rushden. The development was sold to the Crown Estate in 5 million in 2011, is situated near Waitrose off the A45. The link runs 3 routes are Several, major UK airports. The Splash Pool is situated to the town centre includes a swimming pool. The club moved to Nene Park on the outskirts, was created in October 1951. Rushden Golf Club is a larger 18 hole course, the East. The Learning Centre is operated by Bedford College. BRTA is a voluntary association of independent unions, has regular rail users, does award certificates. The Rushden Urban District Council commissioned Messrs. The Consulting Engineers were instructed to prepare proposals for enlargements. Century shoe making was a local trade with leather until 18. Engineers were meeting the challenge to invent Machinery.

Town, Civil parish, Home, Secondary one school, Oldest, domestic building in the town, Larger 18 hole course, East, Largest one towns in the country