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The local area guide to living in Leamington Spa

Found in central Warwickshire, Royal Leamington Spa is a charming village that gained prominence during the Victorian era. It underwent a rapid expansion in the 19th century, one of the quickest in England, thanks to the influx of tourists and residents who wished to take advantage of the supposed medicinal qualities of the town’s water. It maintains much of its Victorian lustre today, and also hosts several examples of Georgian and Edwardian architecture, fine townhouses, award-winning parks, and impressive boulevards. It’s also known for being a place of peace and quiet, though it boasts some lively nightlife as well, with plenty of pubs and bars to choose from.

Leamington Spa is located near the city of Coventry and is a popular place to live for students at nearby Warwick University. The jewel of Leamington is the Royal Pump House and Baths, which have recently been refurbished and reopened as a library, art gallery, museum, and café. The town centre boasts a stylish Regency shopping destination, which combines unique independent shops and boutiques with more common high street chains.

Information about the local residents

In the 2011 census, Leamington had a population of nearly 50,000 people, though this varies a little during term time due to the student population. The student population also makes Leamington a fairly young town, and many properties have been turned into flats to accommodate them. There is also a large Asian community, which is mostly concentrated to the north of the town.

Nearby schools

Leamington has a large selection of primary schools in and around the town centre. St Anthony’s Catholic Primary School was described by Ofsted as ‘outstanding’ in its last inspection, as was Sydenham Primary School. The town also has an excellent selection of secondary schools -- many of which were classed as ‘outstanding’ as well -- which run the gamut from independent boarding schools like Warwick School to academies such as the Finham Park School.

Leamington is also very near to Warwick University, which is within the top five universities in the country and offers courses in the arts, sciences, social sciences and medicine. It’s also a member of the esteemed Russel Group, and has been consistently ranked as one of the top hundred universities worldwide.

Getting around

Leamington Spa is set amidst tranquil countryside, but is actually very well connected. The M40 is just three miles away, making Birmingham a 45-minute drive to the north and London a 2-hour drive to the south. Two trains run every hour from Leamington into Marylebone, and there are good links to Oxford, Reading, Bournemouth, Manchester, and Edinburgh. The town has good bus services to Warwick University, Kenilworth and Coventry. The nearest airport is Birmingham, which serves Europe, the US and the Middle East.

Local shops

According to the town’s website, Leamington Spa has ‘the best bits of London, all in a ten-minute walk’. In the town centre there is a large, elegant, covered shopping centre called The Royal Priors, which has a selection of boutique shops, cafes and restaurants, as well as the usual high-street stores. There is also another shopping centre called The Regent Court, which aims to cater towards a more upmarket clientele. Leamington is also proud of its large selection of independent shops, selling everything from music to homeware to food. A little way outside of the town is a retail park, which has a selection of larger chain stores.

Leamington has a large selection of pubs, bars and restaurants, featuring everything from traditional local pubs to the Bourbon Smokehouse, a prohibition-themed bar and restaurant. It also had a wide range of cafes and bistros catering for everyone from vegans to gelato fans, and everyone in between.

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