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Alderton is a village in Gloucestershire, UK. It lies about 8 miles east of Tewkesbury.
This category is for organisations and businesses based solely in Almondsbury village. Businesses near the Almondsbury interchange but south of the M5 should be listed under Patchway, Filton or Bradley Stoke. In particular, Aztec West is in Patchway, and Cribbs Causeway sites are also listed there.
Almondsbury is a village in South Gloucestershire, north of Bristol, near the M4/M5 interchange.
Alveston is a village within the Unitary Authority of South Gloucesteshire, UK. It's situated just south-west of Thornbury, about five miles north of Bristol.
Amberley is a village between Nailsworth and Stroud.
Ashleworth is a small village six miles north of Gloucester, on the River Severn.
Berkeley is a small town in Gloucestershire, west of Dursley, near the River Severn.
Bibury is a village between Cirencester and Burford, on the River Coln.
Bisley is a village in Gloucestershire. It lies about three miles east of Stroud.
Bitton is a village in South Gloucestershire, between Bristol and Bath.
Blockley is a village in Gloucestershire, UK. It lies on the B4479, roughly midway between Chipping Campden and Moreton-in-Marsh.
Bradley Stoke is a town in South Gloucestershire at the northern corner of Bristol, bordered by the M4 and M5 motorways. The town is a relatively new one, named in 1984 and built from 1987 onwards.
Bream is a village on the edge of the Forest of Dean, a few miles north-west of Lydney.
Brockworth is a village in Gloucestershire, UK. It lies on the eastern edge of Gloucester near junction 11a of the M5.
Sites relating to the parish of Buckland (including Laverton) may be submitted here.
Buckland is a parish in Gloucestershire, UK. It lies about a mile south-west of Broadway, and includes the settlements of Buckland and Laverton.
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Cam is a village and parish at the northern end of Dursley.
Chalford is a village in the Frome valley in Gloucestershire, between Stroud and Cirencester.
Charfield is a village on the northern edge of South Gloucestershire (with a bit spilling across into Gloucestershire), near Wotton-under-Edge.
Chedworth is a village in Gloucestershire, UK. It lies lies just off the A429 'Fosse Way' about five miles north of Cirencester.
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This category includes sites related to Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, UK. Cheltenham is a spa town and borough with a population of approximately 110,000. The town is located on the edge of the Cotswolds.
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Chipping Sodbury in Gloucestershire
sites from Churcham Gloucestershire
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Coalpit Heath is a village in South Gloucestershire, between Yate and north Bristol.
Coleford is a small market town in the west of the Forest of Dean.
Cromhall is a village in South Gloucestershire, roughly equidistant from Wotton-under-Edge, Thornbury and Yate.
This category is for websites based in Downend or Bromley Heath.
Downend is situated in the north-eastern edges of Bristol, just outside the borders of the city itself, in South Gloucestershire. The parish also includes Bromley Heath, sites for which may also be submitted here.
Dumbleton is a village in Gloucestershire, UK.
Businesses should be submitted to the business and economy subcategory; sites based in neighbouring Cam should be submitted there.
Dursley is a small town on the edge of the Cotswolds, roughly half-way between Gloucester and Bristol, and about 7 miles south-west of Stroud.
Dymock is a Gloucestershire village situated in the north-western corner of the county, between Ledbury, Newent and Ross-on-Wye.
Falfield is a village in South Gloucestershire, north-east of Thornbury, near junction 14 of the M5 motorway.
Filton is a South Gloucestershire town within the Bristol conurbation, has a large aerospace sector, and is home to the last Concorde to fly.
Please only submit sites located in the Forest of Dean and not otherwise applicable to a listed town or village.
The category contains sites located in the Royal Forest of Dean and not otherwise included under a local town or village (e.g., Cinderford).
Frampton Cotterell is a village in South Gloucestershire, UK. It lies within the green belt to the north-east of Bristol
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Any sites about the city of Gloucester and its suburbs. These include Quedgely, Hucclecote, Brockworth, Innsworth, Longford, Longlevens, Churchdown, Podsmead and Tuffley.
Guides and directories for individual towns and villages should be submitted to the category for that locality instead if it exists.
Local guides to the area together with directories and search engines.
hartpury web sites
This category is for businesses that provide products and services for this locality and include types of medicine and treatments that are not considered conventional in the United Kingdom.
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Note that sites for the village of Kingswood, Wotton-under-Edge, should currently be submitted to the Wotton-under-Edge category.
Kingswood is part of greater Bristol, to the east of the city, and across the border in South Gloucestershire.
Longwell Green is on the outskirts of Bristol, to the south-east.
Lydney is a small town in Gloucestershire situated between the Forest of Dean and the River Severn.
Mangotsfield is situated in the north-eastern corner of Bristol, in South Gloucestershire. This category also includes Emersons Green.
Marshfield is a village in the south-east corner of South Gloucestershire, north of Bath and near to Chippenham, Wiltshire.
Mickleton is a village in Gloucestershire, UK. It lies in the north of the county, about four miles north of Chipping Campden.
Please submit sites relating to travel and tourism in Minchinhampton here.
Historic small Cotswold town near Nailsworth and Stroud. Minchinhampton Common, an important archaeological site, is situated to the northeast of the town.
Mitcheldean is a small town in Gloucestershire, UK. It lies about five mile south-east of Ross-on-Wye, and two miles north of Cinderford.
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Oldbury-on-Severn is a village in South Gloucestershire, northwest of Thornbury, on the River Severn.
Olveston is a village situated in the South Gloucestershire countryside between Thornbury and the northern edge of Bristol.
The Patchway category also includes Aztec West, Cribbs Causeway, Catbrain and Stoke Lodge.
Patchway is a South Gloucestershire town within the Bristol conurbation, adjacent to the M5 motorway.
Rangeworthy is a village between Iron Acton and Cromhall, north of Bristol.
The title should be the company or organisation name. Do not type in all caps. Do not include a list of keywords. Do not include your products. Do not write a sales pitch. The description should be a brief summary of the organisation''s purpose, products or services. The description should be in English and in coherent sentence form. Do not include superlatives or a sales pitch. Do not submit your company history. Do not submit a list of keywords. Do not use unnecessary capitalisation, or include HTML tags.
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Redmarley D'Abitot is a village in Gloucestershire. It is located in the north of the County, about eight miles north of Gloucester.
Science and Environment in Gloucestershire
Slimbridge is a village in Gloucestershire, UK. It lies just off the A38, about five miles north of Dursley.
Lists websites pertaining to South Gloucestershire as a whole. Commercial sites are listed in their nearest locality.
South Gloucestershire is a unitary authority in the south-west of England. Bordered by Gloucestershire, Bristol, Wiltshire, Bath & NE Somerset, and home to the eastern ends of the Severn bridges, South Gloucestershire also includes the urban areas that form the northern and eastern edges of Bristol.
Staunton is situated in the north of Gloucestershire, north-east of Newent.
Stinchcombe is a village near Cam and Dursley, best known for its hill with golf course atop.
Please use this category for websites of organisations and businesses based in the parish - this includes Little Stoke, Harry Stoke and Stoke Park.
Stoke Gifford is a parish in South Gloucestershire, on Bristol's north fringe. Includes Little Stoke, Harry Stoke and Stoke Park.
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There are specific categories for Businesses, Travel and Tourism, Education, recreation and Sports which should be used for those specific topics.
Items should only be submitted here if they relate to Stroud, Gloucestershire, England and the Five Valleys in general.
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There is currently no description created for this category.
There are specific categories for Businesses, Travel and Tourism, Education, recreation and Sports which should be used for those specific topics.
Sites that are about, or based in Tewkesbury.
Before submitting a site to this category, check if there''s a more appropriate sub-category you could use. Shops and businesses based in Thornbury should go in Business and Economy, personal websites in Society and Culture.
Thornbury is a traditional and picturesque market town in South Gloucestershire, about 10 miles north of Bristol.
Tockington is a village in South Gloucestershire, between Thornbury and the northern edge of Bristol.
Toddington is a village in Gloucestershire, UK.
General sites about Travel and Tourism, including sites relating to tours around Gloucestershire. Please put area specific sites under that area''s Travel and Tourism category.
Travel and Tourism is designed to provide information for travellers and guests to Gloucestershire. Topics include (but are not limited to) accommodation, attractions and travel guides.
Sites relating to the parish of Twyning (including Twyning Green) may be submitted here.
Twyning is a village on the northern edge of Gloucestershire, UK. It is situated just off the A38, about three miles north of Tewkesbury.
Tytherington is a small village south-east of Thornbury, near the A38 and M5 motorway.
Uley is a village in Gloucestershire, two miles east of Dursley.
Sites in the village of Upton St Leonards
Wick is a village in South Gloucestershire, east of Bristol, on the A420.
Wickwar is a village on the northern edge of South Gloucestershire, near Wotton-under-Edge.
Willersey is a village in Gloucestershire, UK. It lies close to the border with Worcestershire, about three miles west of Chipping Campden, and about a mile north-east of Broadway.
Winterbourne is a village in South Gloucestershire to the north-east of Bristol, just outside the main conurbation.
Wotton-under-Edge is a small town on the southern edge of the Cotswolds in Gloucestershire, half-way between Gloucester and Bristol.
Yate is a town in South Gloucestershire, north-east of Bristol.
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