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Rugeley is a historic market town in the county of Staffordshire, England. It lies on the north-eastern edge of Cannock Chase next to the River Trent, and is situated between the towns of Stafford, Cannock, Lichfield and Uttoxeter. The population as at the 2001 census was 22,724 (including the Brereton and Etchinghill wards).

Rugeley suffered an increase in unemployment when Lea Hall Colliery closed in 1990. Following many years of demolition and regeneration, a number of large industrial units have, and are still being built on the Towers Business Park, a brownfield site situated on the former ground of the colliery. In August 2011, opened a 700,000 sq ft fulfillment centre on the Towers Park, creating between 700 and 900 full-time jobs as well as generating a large pool of seasonal work around Christmas.

Rugeley also has a state-of-the-art health centre off Sandy Lane, a replacement for its predecessor on Horsefair, there is now a modern care home on the site of the old surgery. Technically, two separate surgeries coexist there with chairs in the waiting room oriented one of two ways towards the plasma screen that informs patients of their appointment, there is also the Aelfgar Surgery in Taylors Lane.

The town also has the Rugeley Rose Theatre which is a theatre and community centre in Taylors Lane and recording studio, Abbeysound, housed in a former convent in Heron Street, which is also home to Rugeley Snooker & Poker Clubs

Rugeley is well served by sports clubs, playing home to two cricket clubs (Rugeley C.C. and Trent Valley C.C.), several football clubs and Rugeley Rugby Club, as well as Rugeley Rifle Club which offers some of the best indoor and outdoor ranges in Staffordshire, catering for .22 and air gun target shooting.

The Lea Hall Social Club underwent extensive renovation between 2005 and 2011 and serves Rugeley residents with a variety of facilities including cricket and football pitches, tennis courts and a crown bowling green. Etching Hill Tennis Club is well known in the area for producing talented young players.

Although smaller pits had existed beforehand, the town became a centre of industrial scale deep shaft coal mining from the 1950s, taking advantage of the geological faults that cause coal seams under Cannock Chase to be more accessible. It also became a major centre for electricity generation from the 1960s with the construction of Rugeley A and B power stations. Both of these developments led to the town growing very quickly in the 1960s. The Rugeley A power station was designed to take its fuel directly from Lea Hall by conveyor belt (although the coal was of poor quality not suitable for Rugeley B). This was the first such arrangement in Britain. The Rugeley B coal-fired power station continues to dominate the skyline where a flue gas desulphurisation plant has been constructed. This will allow it to continue to generate electricity and comply with environmental legislation.

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