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Bath is the largest city in the county of Somerset, England, known for and named after its Roman-built baths
‘Bear’ from the Anglo-Saxon name ‘Berewick’ – ‘Bere’ meaning Barley and ‘Wick’ being a settlement.’Flat’ may be derived from the way the district is on a plateau at the top of the steep Wells Road.
The parish of Bitton has a population of 9,307, and apart from the village itself, includes Swineford, Upton Cheyney, Beach, Oldland Common, North Common and part of Willsbridge.
Brislington is an area in the south east of the city of Bristol, England. It is on the edge of Bristol and 10 miles from Bath.
Bristol is a city straddling the River Avon in the southwest of England with a prosperous maritime history.
Combe Down sits on a ridge above Bath, approximately 1 1⁄2 miles (2.4 km) to the south of the city centre
Keynsham is a town and civil parish located between Bristol and Bath in Somerset, England.
Longwell Green is a suburb just outside the east fringe of Bristol. Longwell Green takes its name from the medieval well which used to be situated on the site of the Church.
The area is named after the New Bridge over the River Avon outside Bath, built in 1734. This was built to replace a ford that was one of the last impediments to navigation between Bristol and Bath.
Oldfield Park is a residential area to the south of the city centre, at the heart of which is Moorland Road – a bustling high street with a number of fantastic independent shops and restaurants.
Saltford is a large English village and civil parish in the Bath and North East Somerset unitary authority, Somerset.
Walcot is a suburb of the city of Bath, England. It lies to the north-north-east of the city centre, and is an electoral ward of the city.
Warmley is situated in between Bristol and Bath. It is a parish, with its own church, and has some minor landmarks, such as a World War One memorial the focus of Remembrance Services, and a statue of Neptune.