Powerflush nearby to Radcliffe-on-Trent
Radcliffe-on-Trent is a large village and civil parish in Nottinghamshire’s Rushcliffe borough. At the time of the 2011 Census, the civil parish had a population of 8,205 people.
Radcliffe has a population of approximately 8,000 people. It is located to the east of Nottingham, near but not within the Greater Nottingham built-up area. The Greater Nottingham Partnership, on the other hand, considers Rushcliffe to be a part of the conurbation as a whole. The village is located on the south bank and cliff overlooking the Trent River. The “Rad” part of its name is a corruption of the Old English word for red, referring to the cliffs’ dark red colour, which is formed of Triassic red shale with gypsum banding. Shelford, East Bridgford, Holme Pierrepont, and Stoke Bardolph are all nearby towns.
The former Saxondale Hospital, located to the parish’s south-east, has been redeveloped into 350 dwellings and renamed Upper Saxondale. Harlequin, a small mostly residential area, is located between it and Radcliffe, which is primarily on the northern side of the major east-west A52 trunk road. The Radcliffe Road runs along the north-eastern edge of Trent Bridge Cricket Ground at its western end. Radcliffe has a railway station that connects it to Nottingham and further afield in the west and Grantham and further afield in the east. Trentbarton is served by the Trentbarton bus company, which runs daily services to Nottingham – once every 10 minutes during the week.
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