Rushcliffe is a town in Nottinghamshire, England. It is located about 10 miles west of Nottingham. Rushcliffe has a population of about 21,000.Rushcliffe is located on the A6 road, and has a railway station on the Nottingham to Derby Line.Rushcliffe is home to Rushcliffe College, a mixed sixth form college.Rushcliffe is also home to Rushcliffe Cricket Club, which plays in the Derbyshire County Cricket League.Rushcliffe has been named the best spot to live in Nottinghamshire, as per a public overview that evaluates work, wellbeing and personal prosperity. The Halifax Quality of Life review 2020 again featured the Borough as perhaps the best spot to live in the country.The valley of the River Trent shapes the vast majority of the borough's northern limit, and the Vale of Belvoir is in the upper east; both of these wide level fields stretch out a long ways past the district's boundaries.Rushcliffe offers the best case scenario: the joys of rular living combined with great vehicle joins for getting to work and to different parts of the region and country. The absolute most superb small towns and villages in Nottinghamshire exist in the Borough borders. The biggest incorporate Bingham, Radcliffe-on-Trent, Cotgrave, Keyworth, Ruddington and East Leake. Each flaunts its own schools, malls, medical services offices and recreation activities. Foster carers accomplish amazing work consistently with children that can't live with their own families. Across the East Midlands almost 5,000 kids need a protected and stable home with a fostering family who can care for them however long they need it.