The Info List - Twigworth

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is a small village near Gloucester
in the Borough of Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire, England. The population of Twigworth Parish was 340 people in mid-2014 in 170 households.[1] A planning application for 725 new homes in the parish of Twigworth
was approved in December 2017. [2] The place-name 'Twigworth' is first attested in 1220, as 'Twigeworth', and is thought to mean 'enclosure made of twigs'.[3] There is a church, dedicated to St Matthew.[4] The poet and composer Ivor Gurney
Ivor Gurney
is buried in the churchyard. References[edit]

^ https://inform.gloucestershire.gov.uk/get/ShowResourceFile.aspx?ResourceID=863 ^ http://www.gloucestershirelive.co.uk/news/gloucester-news/plans-more-2000-new-homes-964028 ^ Eilert Ekwall, Concise Oxford Dictionary of English Place-names, p.483. ^ Twigworth, St Matthew
St Matthew
- a church near you

Coordinates: 51°53′54″N 2°13′28″W / 51.8984°N 2.2244°W / 51.8984; -2.2244

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Ceremonial county of Gloucestershire

Unitary authorities

South Gloucestershire

Boroughs or districts

Cheltenham Cotswold Forest of Dean Gloucester Stroud Tewkesbury

Major settlements

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