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    Default Rushcliffe the 7th most desirable place to live?

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-25474188

    It has to be the best place ever with forest on the doorstep too


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    Default Re: Rushcliffe the 7th most desirable place to live?

    Rushcliffe is lovely.

    Forest, Trent Bridge, some wonderful country parks and nice villages.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chriscl View Post
    Rushcliffe is lovely. Tits, Fanny, Forest, Trent Bridge, some wonderful country parks and nice villages.
    Fixed that for you!

    By "relegation battle", do you mean 7th, 12th or 14th?

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    Default Re: Rushcliffe the 7th most desirable place to live?

    And you get Ken Clarke as your M.P.


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    Default Re: Rushcliffe the 7th most desirable place to live?

    always makes me laugh when County Fans call us Rushcliffe Rovers

    I see that as a compliment.


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    Default Re: Rushcliffe the 7th most desirable place to live?

    Sound bloke ken Clarke met him in Arnold when he was soap boxing before the last general election,not a word talked about politics just forest.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ricochet View Post
    Sound bloke ken Clarke met him in Arnold when he was soap boxing before the last general election,not a word talked about politics just forest.
    often see him wandering up the booze aisle in Morrison's at Gamston.


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    Default Re: Rushcliffe the 7th most desirable place to live?

    I see the best place to live is just down the road from me. Makes sense.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Tutts View Post
    I see the best place to live is just down the road from me. Makes sense.
    I noticed that too. As I've told you a few months ago I am hopefully moving close to that area in 2014


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    Default Re: Rushcliffe the 7th most desirable place to live?

    Radcliffe upon Trent,
    Oh mist rolling in from the ...Trent
    My desire is always to be there,
    Radcliffe upon Trent


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    Quote Originally Posted by Captain Sinister View Post
    Radcliffe upon Trent,
    Oh mist rolling in from the ...Trent
    My desire is always to be there,
    Radcliffe upon Trent
    Fuck Radcliffe on Trent!


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    I move into Rushcliffe and it goes from 22nd to seventh in the rankings. Coincidence?


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    Col moved out, I think that's the more telling stat.


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    Default Re: Rushcliffe the 7th most desirable place to live?

    Quote Originally Posted by winnits View Post
    Col moved out, I think that's the more telling stat.
    He moved out, after I gave him a copy of Mac OS X, as he then went to London to seek his fortune. Again.

    Coincidence? I think perhaps not.


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    It also adds to the point that Nottingham is harshly treated by statistics when it comes to tables on crime, shop vacancies, poverty, unemployment, etc.

    Some very nice parts of Rushcliffe are within walking distance of the city centre and if the boundaries weren't drawn so tight, they would serve to boost the city's average ratings and free Nottingham from some less desirable and generally undeserved tags.


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    Default Re: Rushcliffe the 7th most desirable place to live?

    Quote Originally Posted by Brolin View Post


    It also adds to the point that Nottingham is harshly treated by statistics when it comes to tables on crime, shop vacancies, poverty, unemployment, etc.

    Some very nice parts of Rushcliffe are within walking distance of the city centre and if the boundaries weren't drawn so tight, they would serve to boost the city's average ratings and free Nottingham from some less desirable and generally undeserved tags.
    A lot of cities suffer the same fate. Hull is one that is badly done to by the boundaries as many of the more affluent outer lying suburbs are classed as the East Riding.


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    Default Re: Rushcliffe the 7th most desirable place to live?

    Quote Originally Posted by Brolin View Post


    It also adds to the point that Nottingham is harshly treated by statistics when it comes to tables on crime, shop vacancies, poverty, unemployment, etc.

    Some very nice parts of Rushcliffe are within walking distance of the city centre and if the boundaries weren't drawn so tight, they would serve to boost the city's average ratings and free Nottingham from some less desirable and generally undeserved tags.
    To be honest tho, Nottingham pretty much does turn shit as soon as you cross the Trent....


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    Quote Originally Posted by kevin View Post
    To be honest tho, Nottingham pretty much does turn shit as soon as you cross the Trent....
    Meadow Lane?


 

 

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