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River Test river in Hampshire, England

The River Test is a river in Hampshire, England. It has a total length of 40 miles (64 km) and it flows through downland from its source near Ashe to its estuary at Southampton, where it converges with the River Itchen to form Southampton Water. In its upper reaches it is a chalk stream, and is used for fly fishing for trout. Much of the river's course is followed by the Test Way.

Solent University university in Southampton, UK

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Timsbury, Hampshire village in United Kingdom

Timsbury is a village located in Hampshire, England, near the town of Romsey. It lies mainly along the A3057 road running north from Romsey towards Stockbridge, and shares a boundary with the village of Michelmersh.

Michelmersh village in United Kingdom

Michelmersh is a small, scattered village in Hampshire, England some three miles (4.8 km) north of Romsey.

Somerset Coal Canal canal in Somerset, England

The Somerset Coal Canal was a narrow canal in England, built around 1800. Its route began in basins at Paulton and Timsbury, ran to nearby Camerton, over two aqueducts at Dunkerton, through a tunnel at Combe Hay, then via Midford and Monkton Combe to Limpley Stoke where it joined the Kennet and Avon Canal. This link gave the Somerset coalfield access east toward London. The longest arm was 10.6 miles (17.1 km) long with 23 locks. From Midford an arm also ran via Writhlington to Radstock, with a tunnel at Wellow.

North East Somerset (UK Parliament constituency) Parliamentary constituency in the United Kingdom, 2010 onwards

North East Somerset is a constituency represented in the House of Commons of the UK Parliament, since its 2010 creation, by Jacob Rees-Mogg, a Conservative currently serving as Leader of the House of Commons.

Paulton village in the United Kingdom

Paulton is a large village and civil parish, with a population of 5,302, located to the north of the Mendip Hills, in the unitary authority of Bath and North East Somerset (BANES), England.

Timsbury, Somerset village and civil parish in Bath and North East Somerset, Somerset, England

Timsbury is a village and civil parish in the Bath and North East Somerset unitary authority of the county of Somerset, 8 miles (13 km) south-west of Bath England. The parish, which includes the hamlets of Meadgate, Radford and Wall Mead, has a population of 2,624.

The Romsey School is a mixed community academy in Romsey, Hampshire, England. The school was a secondary modern, called Romsey County Secondary School, until the 1970s when it became a comprehensive. In 2000 it became a Specialist Language College jointly with The Mountbatten School. In 2005 the school's specialisation changed to a Mathematics and Computing College. In August 2011 the school became an academy. The school has approximately 1100 children aged 11–16 and 100 teachers. The catchment area includes the villages of Ampfield, Braishfield, Sherfield English, Michelmersh, Timsbury and Awbridge.

Susan Chilcott was an English soprano, considered one of the best of her generation. She died of breast cancer at the age of 40. She had success in many of the major opera houses around the world and was particularly known for her interpretations of Britten and Janáček.

Norton Hill School Academy in Midsomer Norton, Somerset, England

Norton Hill School is a state school with academy status in Midsomer Norton, Somerset, England. It is part of the Midsomer Norton Schools Partnership academy group. It was formerly the Midsomer Norton Grammar School.

St Peters Church, Camerton Park church in Bath and North East Somerset, UK

The Church of St Peter at Camerton Park in Camerton, Somerset, England was built in the 15th century and has been designated as a Grade I listed building.

Clutton was a rural district in Somerset, England, from 1894 to 1974.

Hundred of Chew

The Hundred of Chew is one of the 40 historical Hundreds in the ceremonial county of Somerset, England, dating from before the Norman conquest during the Anglo-Saxon era although exact dates are unknown. Each hundred had a 'fyrd', which acted as the local defence force and a court which was responsible for the maintenance of the frankpledge system. They also formed a unit for the collection of taxes. The role of the hundred court was described in the Dooms (laws) of King Edgar. The name of the hundred was normally that of its meeting-place.

Radford and Timsbury Halt railway station was on the Camerton branch of the Great Western Railway in Somerset, England. It was in use from 1910 until 1915, and again from 1923 until 1925.

The 1919–20 season was the 23rd in the history of the Western Football League in South West England.

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Church of All Saints, Dunkerton church in Bath and North East Somerset, UK

The Church of All Saints is an Anglican parish church in Dunkerton Somerset, England. It was built in the 14th century with the tower being added in the 15th and has been designated as a Grade II* listed building.

Church of St Mary The Virgin, Timsbury church in Bath and North East Somerset, UK

The Anglican Church of St Mary The Virgin in Timsbury within the English county of Somerset is a Grade II* listed building.

Camerton (Somerset) railway station was a railway station that served the village of Camerton, England from 1907 to 1951 on the Bristol and North Somerset Railway. In common with the other stations on the line it had a single platform for passengers, but also had a loop line so that two trains could pass. Diverging away from the through line at the east end of the station was the access line and associated sidings belonging to Camerton colliery. There was a substantial station building on the platform - this originally had a canopy but this was removed after passenger services ceased.