Synonyms for highworth or Related words with highworth
Examples of "highworth"
Town play their home games at The Elms,
, Swindon, Wiltshire, SN6 7DD
was the terminus of a Great Western Railway branch line from , the
Town FC is a football club based in
, Wiltshire, England established in 1893. Is a member of the .
Warneford School is a secondary school on Shrivenham Road.
Warneford School (formerly "Warneford Secondary Modern School") is a mixed academy status comprehensive school in the small town of
, north of Swindon, Wiltshire for students aged 11 to 16. Since July 2011, the school has been an academy.
The town also has a non-league club Swindon Supermarine F.C., playing in Southern League Division One South and West. Nearby
Town F.C., based in
, play in the Hellenic Football League.
Many residents work at the Honda car factory between
is a typical small market town with a variety of small shops; tourists use it as a base for the surrounding Cotswold Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Shrivenham play their home games at Barrington Park,
Road, Shrivenham, Wiltshire, SN6 8BJ.
He married Amy Trigge, daughter of William Trigge, M.D., of
1918-1950: The Municipal Borough of Swindon, and part of the Rural District of
In 1990, Pontorson twinned with the town of
Town F.C. is a Non-League football club that plays at the Elms Recreation Ground.
was a Royalist stronghold in the English Civil War, but on 17 June 1645 Sir Thomas Fairfax captured it and Parliamentarian troops garrisoned it until October the next year. The occupation coincided with a severe outbreak of plague. Traders moved their business to Swindon, and
market did not recover until the end of the 17th century.
benefited from the economic boom in the Napoleonic Wars and Industrial Revolution, and many of the houses in the town centre date from this time. From 1894 to 1974 there was a
Rural District but the town is now part of Swindon unitary authority.
was once larger than neighbouring Swindon, when Highworth's population exceeded 12,000.
He was born in
, Swindon, Wiltshire and died in Los Angeles, California from a heart attack.
Marston Meysey was part of the hundreds of
, Cricklade and Staple and of the diocese of Gloucester.
Abbey Meads, Blunsdon, Covingham and Nythe, Gorse Hill and Pinehurst, Haydon Wick,
, Moredon, Penhill, St Margaret, St Philip, Western.
In 2015 the club became embroiled in a pitch invasion after being knocked out of the FA Vase by
Town, after it was claimed a
fan had thrown coins and at full time had 'goaded' hard core Albion fans. Town's chairman and goalkeeper were injured in the melee.
& Swindon Workhouse] was built within the Parish from 1834 having been re-located from
. The hospital was built in 1852. In 1881 Census Charles MARLOW Jockey of 1849 Derby winner 'Flying Dutchman' is recorded as living in the workhouse.
The Swindon and
Light Railway between
Junction on the Great Western Main Line and
was built through Stanton Fitzwarren in 1879-81 but the original company was unable to open the line and sold it to the Great Western Railway (GWR) in 1882. In 1883 the GWR finally opened the line to traffic, with three intermediate stations including . British Railways withdrew passenger services in 1953, apart from workmen's trains that it continued to run until 1962. Most of the line, including the section through Stanton, was then dismantled.
In May 2012 the management team stepped down and
Town manager Dave Webb was offered and accepted the manager's position.
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