Lap Dancing Clubs in Warwickshire
Warwickshire is a small region in the West Midlands bordering on Coventry and Birmingham. It has no cities but the biggest towns are Nuneaton, Leamington Spa, Rugby, Bedworth, Stratford Upon Avon, Kenilworth and Warwick itself, with just under 100,000 people living in each town. The region surrounds but does not include Coventry which has unitary status.
Leamington was of course a Victorian bath resort which is where the Spa part comes from. There many place names in Warwickshire that end ‘in-Arden’ like Tanworth-in-Arden, Henley-in-Arden and Hampton-in-Arden which comes from villages reclaimed from the forest.
There are only two clubs, Cazbar in Stratford and Shades Gentlemens Club in Leamington Spa. This is a very low total for an English region, but considering how near Birmingham is and how small the towns are its not surprising.
The area is known for its quality fee paying schools like Rugby School, Princethorpe College, Warwick School, Southam College and King Edward VI School which play write William Shakespeare went to! Stratford Upon Avon is a major tourist attraction for the region bringing fans of his plays and poetry from around the world. It has a museum, working theatre and more Elizabethan buildings that any other place in the world. As well as a strip club on Union Street!
It is unusual for not having an professional football clubs but being the only English county that participates in Gaelic sports on a regular basis. Warwickshire County Cricket Club had Windies legend Brian Lara on the books from 1994 to 1998.
The region has many distribution centres for big companies which employ many people, this replaces heavy industry, textiles and mining that employed people in earlier times.
There are two important castles namely Warwick Castle and Kenilworth Castle. The first is a medieval castle and mansion house, Kenilworth dates further back to Tudor and Norman times.