Nearby: Hampton Rocks Cutting
Hampton Rocks Cutting (grid reference ST779666) is a 1.3 hectare geological Site of Special Scientific Interest near the village of Bathampton, Somerset, notified in 1990.The site is listed in the Geo...
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Hampton Rocks Cutting
Hampton Rocks Cutting (grid reference ST779666) is a 1.3 hectare geological Site of Special Scientific Interest near the village of Bathampton, Somerset, notified in 1990.The site is listed in the Geo...
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Church of St Nicholas, Bathampton
The Church of St Nicholas is an Anglican parish church in Bathampton, Somerset, England. It was built in the 13th century and has been designated as a Grade II* listed building. The church stands betw...
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Bathampton
2°19′11″W / 51.3943°N 2.3198°W / 51.3943; -2.3198Bathampton (/ˌbɑːθˈæmptən/) is a village and civil parish 2 miles (3 km) east of Bath, England on the south bank of the R...
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Bathampton railway station
Bathampton railway station is a former railway station in Bath, UK, serving the community of Bathampton. The station closed in 1966, and very little remains, as the station site was replaced with impr...
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List of civil parishes in Somerset
The ceremonial county of Somerset, England is divided into 418 areas known as civil parishes, which are subnational entities forming the lowest unit of local government in England. Parishes arose from...
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Bath and North East Somerset
Bath and North East Somerset (commonly referred to as BANES or B&NES) is the district of the unitary authority of Bath and North East Somerset Council that was created on 1 April 1996 following th...
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Bybrook River
The Bybrook, also known as the By Brook is a tributary of the Bristol Avon, some 12 miles (19 km) long. The sources are the Burton Brook and the Broadmead Brook, which rise in South Gloucestershi...
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A363 road
The A363 is a main road in the United Kingdom, which runs through Bath and North East Somerset and Wiltshire. It provides a link between the small market towns of West Wiltshire and Bath, the M4 westb...
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Batheaston
2°18′40″W / 51.4065°N 2.3112°W / 51.4065; -2.3112Batheaston is a village and civil parish 2 miles (3.2 km) east of Bath, England (which is believed to be the origin of th...
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Church of St John The Baptist, Batheaston
The Church of St John the Baptist in Northend, Batheaston within the English county of Somerset was built in the 12th century and remodelled in the 15th. It is a Grade II* listed building. The parish ...
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Bathford
2°18′15″W / 51.3994°N 2.3042°W / 51.3994; -2.3042Bathford (pronounced with the emphasis on the second syllable) is a village and civil parish 3 miles (4.8 km) east of Bat...
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Bathampton Down
Bathampton Down, is a flat limestone plateau in Bathampton overlooking Bath, in Somerset near the River Avon, England.There is evidence of man's activity at the site since the Mesolithic period includ...
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Shockerwick House
Shockerwick House in Bathford, Somerset, England was built as a manor house around 1750 by John Wood, the Elder. It has been designated as a Grade I listed building. It is set in 7.7 hectares (19 acre...
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A46 road
The A46 is an A road in England. It starts east of Bath, Somerset and ends in Cleethorpes, North East Lincolnshire, but it does not form a continuous route. Large portions of the old road have been l...
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Tasburgh House Hotel
Tasburgh House Hotel is a hotel in Bath, Somerset, England.Tasburgh House was built in 1890 by John Berryman. Although Bath was being built exclusively of honey-coloured Bath Stone because of Berryman...
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Solsbury Hill
Little Solsbury Hill (more commonly known as Solsbury Hill) is a small flat-topped hill and the site of an Iron Age hill fort. It is located above the village of Batheaston in Somerset, England. The h...
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Lam Brook
The Lam Brook is a stream in the West Country of England, which rises in a number of springs on the southern end of the Cotswold Hills and runs in a generally southerly direction for approximately 2.5...
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Brown's Folly
Brown's Folly (grid reference ST793662) is a 39.9 hectare biological and geological Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) near the village of Bathford in Bath and North East Somerset, notified in...
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University of Bath
The University of Bath is a campus university located in Bath, United Kingdom. It received its Royal Charter in 1966. According to 2013 National Student Survey (NSS) the University of Bath was ranked ...
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University of Bath School of Management
The University of Bath School of Management in Bath, England, is the international business school of University of Bath. The school was established in 1966 and is continually ranked as one of the top...
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List of museums in Somerset
The English ceremonial county of Somerset contains a wide range of museums, defined here as institutions (including nonprofit organisations, government entities, and private businesses) that collect a...
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American Museum in Britain
The American Museum in Britain is based at Claverton Manor, near Bath, England, in a house, designed by Jeffry Wyatville and built in the 1820s on the site of a manor bought by Ralph Allen in 1758, re...
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Claverton, Somerset
2°18′40″W / 51.3768°N 2.3110°W / 51.3768; -2.3110Claverton is a small village and civil parish about 2 miles (3 km) east of Bath at the southern end of the Cotswolds Area...
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Claverton Down
Claverton Down is a suburb on the south-east hilltop edge of Bath, Somerset, England. It is linked to the Bathwick area of the city by Bathwick Hill.Primarily a rural area with relatively few houses, ...
Sham Castle
Sham Castle is a folly in Bathampton overlooking the city of Bath, Somerset, England. It is a Grade II* listed building. It is a screen wall with a central pointed arch flanked by two 3-storey circula...
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North Road Quarry, Bath
North Road Quarry, Bath (grid reference ST767646) is a 0.3 hectare geological Site of Special Scientific Interest close to Sham Castle in the city of Bath, Somerset, notified in 1990.It is a Geologica...
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Claverton Pumping Station
Claverton Pumping Station in the village of Claverton, in the English county of Somerset, pumps water from the River Avon to the Kennet and Avon Canal using power from the flow of the River Avon. It i...
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Rondo Theatre
The Rondo Theatre, in Bath, was established in 1989 through the generosity of Doreen and Wilf Williams, who bought the former church hall from St. Saviours Church, Larkhall in 1976 and gifted the free...
Grosvenor Place, Bath
Grosvenor Place in Bath, Somerset, England was built around 1790 by John Eveleigh. It lies alongside the A4 London Road and many of the houses are listed buildings.Grosvenor House is a terrace of 42 h...
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King Edward's School, Bath
King Edward's School (KES), Bath, Somerset, England is an independent school providing education for 950 pupils aged 3 to 18.The school is a member of The Headmasters' and Headmistresses' Conference.T...
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