Part of Warwickshire, Meriden is a small town between the cities of Birmingham and Coventry and is protected by the green belt of the Meriden Gap.
National Cyclists Memorial
Meriden has a long-standing claim to be at the very heart of England. However, not many people are aware it is also home to the National Cyclists Memorial, built to remember those cyclists who died in World War One.
Visit the memorial's webpage.
Meriden Sports Park
A public park in the heart of Meriden, which has masses of green space for sports recreation including tennis, football and cricket. A fantastic space for sport lovers to indulge in sporting activities!
Visit the Meriden Sports Park website.
The Bulls head
The Bulls Head is central to the Meriden community - providing the perfect spot to indulge, socialise and unwind in suburban rural surroundings.
Visit the Bulls Head website.
Meriden is known for a historic memorial to all cyclists who died in the First World War, and home to the Triumph motorcycles factory for three decades after the firm’s Coventry works were destroyed in the war.
Our services travel from across the whole of Coventry right into the heart of the city centre. From dedicated school services to fast, frequent local travel. You're sure to find the bus number that meets your needs.
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