There shall be from henceforth for ever in Our said City of Bristol a University King Edward VII , Charter of Incorporation of the University of Bristol, 4 December  Since the founding of the university itself in , it has grown considerably and is now one of the largest employers in the local area, although it is smaller by student numbers than the nearby University of the West of England. Most of its activities, however, are concentrated in the area of the city centre, referred to as the "University Precinct". The tower was cleaned in —
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Chamberlain House demolished "But we do need the homes for our residents. Aerial picture showing St Luke's Church surrounded by trees which have now been cut down Image: The building was later demolished. The sun is setting on St Luke's Image: Graham Young Read More Bulldozed!
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Etymology[ edit ] The most ancient recorded name for Bristol is the archaic Welsh Caer Odor the fort on the chasm , which is consistent with modern understanding that early Bristol developed between the River Frome and Avon Gorge. Shaw derived the name from the Celtic words bras quick, rapid , or braos a gap, chasm, and tuile a stream. The poet Thomas Chatterton popularised a derivation from Brictricstow linking the town to Brictric , the last king of Wessex.
By the time of this view, the vehicle had been relegated to training duties. The view is of particular interest in that both fleet names appear, in Tilling style, on the side. A typical NBC waste of money. Everyone I knew always said they were travelling on "the Wilts".