Place:Kingsbury, Warwickshire, England


Alt namesKingburysource: Wikipedia
Coordinates52.583°N 1.667°W
Located inWarwickshire, England
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Kingsbury is a large village and civil parish in the North Warwickshire district of the county of Warwickshire, in the West Midlands region of England.

The village is situated between Birmingham and Tamworth, which is to the north, and overlooks the River Tame. The A51 to Chester starts from here; as does the A4097, which runs through Curdworth and Minworth before joining the A38. This continues to Junction 6 of the M6 (Spaghetti Junction) giving access to the motorway network of the Midlands and the City of Birmingham. Kingsbury is notable for the Kingsbury Water Park, a shooting range and a large oil storage depot to the north-east.

The church of SS Peter and Paul dates from the 12th century and is a grade II* listed building.

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