Trowbridge


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Trowbridge

(ˈtrəʊˌbrɪdʒ)
n
(Placename) a market town in SW England, administrative centre of Wiltshire: woollen manufacturing. Pop: 34 401 (2001)
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Outside-half Rhys Patchell kicked Cardiff ahead with a ninth-minute penalty but the lead didn't last long as left winger Nathan Trowbridge crossed for Keys for an unconverted try.
Cheshire fought back after a shaky start against Wiltshire on the opening day of their Minor Counties Championship Western Division clash at Trowbridge.
15pm after leaving work at a restaurant in Trowbridge, Wilts.
The alarm was raised at 6pm on Tuesday when the woman, named at the scene as Laura Trowbridge, 22, fell three metres from a ledge inside a south Wales cave, injuring her back and pelvis.
Trowbridge, CBE, died in Rugby's St Cross Hospital last week after a short illness.
The pupils of St John Lloyd, Trowbridge & Pen Y Pil Primary Schools along with students from St Illtyd's High School will be taking part in a Trowbridge carnival on Thursday, July 2.
com)-- Author, Walter John Trowbridge is pleased to announce the promotion of the first book in the Darling Series of historical romantic books, Admiral Darling.
Wing Nathan Trowbridge got another, sandwiched between home tries from centre Steffan Thomas and on-loan Scarlet prop Phil John.
Marks & Spencer and Somerfield supermarkets took the products off their shelves last week, while production was briefly halted at manufacturers Pork Farms Bowyers in Trowbridge, Wilts.
Ms Trowbridge was stuck underground for almost a day before emerging to be taken by lifeboat and then helicopter to hospital.