Bathwick


Bathwick

infobox UK place
country = England
latitude= 51.3880
longitude= -2.3534
official_name= Bathwick
unitary_england=Bath and North East Somerset
lieutenancy_england= Somerset
region= South West England
constituency_westminster= Bath
post_town= BATH
postcode_district = BA2
postcode_area= BA
dial_code= 01225
os_grid_reference= ST755655
.

Bathwick has two churches, St Mary the Virgin, Bathwick (consecrated 1820) and St John the Baptist, Bathwick, firmly within the Anglo Catholic tradition.

The Church of St Mary the Virgin was where the band Muse recorded the organ parts on their second studio album "Origin of Symmetry". [cite web|url=http://www.discogs.com/release/534494|title=Muse - Origin Of Symmetry|work=Discogs|accessdate=2008-07-01]

Facts

*The biggest age group in Bathwick and North East Somerset are the 30 - 39 year olds, who make up 14.39% of the local population.
*59.55% of People in Bathwick are single.

References

* [http://www.livingsurvey.com/bath_and_north_east_somerset/bathwick.html Facts about Bathwick]

External links

* [http://www.bathwickparishes.org.uk United Benefice of Bathwick]
* [http://www.bathwickhill.info A Community Website for Bathwick Hill Residents]


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