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High Street, Cubbington 14.jpg
village in the United Kingdom
Instance of village,
civil parish
Location Warwick, United Kingdom
Authority control

52° 18′ 43.2″ N, 1° 29′ 52.8″ W

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English: Cubbington is a large village (village population 4,034 with 1,648 houses in 2001) connected to the north-east of Royal Leamington Spa, Warwickshire, England. It is often (though incorrectly) regarded as a northern suburb of Leamington, being situated only 3 km from the town centre. The Welsh Road, running through the village crossroads, is rumoured to be an old sheep drovers' route connecting London and Wales. Since the 1950s when the village expanded there have technically been two parts to the village, Cubbington proper which was the old village core and New Cubbington which is to the west. In reality, little attention is paid to the divide and both are referred to as Cubbington. Topographically the highest point of the village sits about 100 metres above sea level whilst its lowest is about 60 metres.


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