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Riversley Park - Nuneaton
England

River Anker as it flows through Riversley Park in Nuneaton. The area is close to Nuneaton town centre, noted for its busy market on Wednesdays & Saturdays.


Riversley Park was opened in 1917, taking some four years to complete and is just as popular with the local duck population as it is with local residents.

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Copyright: Ralph Ames
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Mis à jour: 26/09/2014
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Tags: riversley park; nuneaton; river anker; edward melly; nuneaton museum and art gallery
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