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However, following the changes to the Warwickshire parliamentary constituency boundaries which came into effect on 13 June 2007, and used for the first time at the 2010 general election, Bulkington was transferred into the Rugby constituency.In July 1950, Bulkington Local Health Board was formed, under the Public Health Act 1848 and in 1894 this was converted into an urban district council.Bulkington was mentioned in the Domesday Book as Bochintone, meaning "estate associated with a man called Bulca".Today Bulkington is largely a commuter village for larger nearby urban centres such as Coventry, Nuneaton, Bedworth, Hinckley and Leicester.In support of Age UK (the combined force of Age Concern & Help The Aged) Wise Owl Dating will be making a donation for the tax year 2015/16 to this well deserved charity.We do this because we firmly believe in supporting the older people in our community. Wise Owl Dating were asked by the BBC to assist in a programme on older people over fifty dating.Originally the parish of Bulkington consisted of two five-hide vills - in the south Bulkington and Barnacle, and in the north Marston, Weston and Bramcote.The first four of these were all held by the Count of Meulan.

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You will be joining around one million users from the UK.Bulkington has connections with the locally born author George Eliot (Mary Ann Evans), who knew the village well.She referred to it as Raveloe in her book Silas Marner (1861).The Bulkington Baptismal register, 1841–1861, records that: 'On Thursday, 15 August 1861, six families comprising 27 members left for Quebec, Canada, in consequence of the continued depression of the Ribbon trade… At the same time 83 houses were vacant in the parish. Nonetheless, ribbon production continued in Bulkington into the middle of the 20th century, though through small factory production rather than as a cottage industry.The last factory, in Arden Road, closed in the early 1950s.

You will be joining around one million users from the UK.Bulkington has connections with the locally born author George Eliot (Mary Ann Evans), who knew the village well.She referred to it as Raveloe in her book Silas Marner (1861).The Bulkington Baptismal register, 1841–1861, records that: 'On Thursday, 15 August 1861, six families comprising 27 members left for Quebec, Canada, in consequence of the continued depression of the Ribbon trade… At the same time 83 houses were vacant in the parish. Nonetheless, ribbon production continued in Bulkington into the middle of the 20th century, though through small factory production rather than as a cottage industry.The last factory, in Arden Road, closed in the early 1950s.The Nuneaton and Bedworth district is a subdivision of the Warwickshire County Council, which is currently Conservative controlled.