Bradford- on- Avon is a well established town situated on the banks on River Avon.
It lies in the western area of Wiltshire County in England, UK. The traces of the origin of this town date back to the Roman era.
There are five towns included in West Wiltshire and Bradford-on-Avon is the smallest of all.
Tourists are attracted to this town, due to its historical buildings, canal, restaurants, pubs and shops.
The economy of Bradford-on-Avon grew on the basis of wool textile firms.
Several towns and hills surround this town.
Bath in on the southeast side at about 8 miles. Cotswold Hills, Salisbury Plain and Mendip Hills enclose the boundaries of Bradford- on- Avon.
According to the 2001 census, the population of the town was 9,326 residents.
Since it is located in the Southwest part of England, it experiences maritime temperate climate. Hence the summers are warm, while the winters are mild here.
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