The remains of an Iron Age fort, Rainsborough Camp, lie just to the south of the village. The name survives in Charlton Common – a public recreation area, to the south of the original settlement – Charlton Road, which led from Passage Road, Westbury on Trym, to the village, and Charlton Lane, which led from Henbury and Brentry. Notables include Edward Dynley (1600-1646), Lord of Charlton Manor, a Cavalier killed during the Civil War, and Sir Edward Dineley of Charlton, who was knighted in 1681 and served as Deputy Lieutenant for Worcestershire in 1682.. which is today Bristol Golf Club. Charlton Municipal Offices 37 Main Street Charlton, MA 01507 Phone: 508-248-2200 Contact Us Town Hall Hours Monday: 7:30 AM - 5 PM Tuesday: 7:30 AM - 7 PM Wednesday: 7:30 AM - 5 PM Thursday: 7:30 AM - 5 PM Friday: Closed Carleton,MI 48117. Almost anything, except for the obviously illegal and tasteless, e.g. ADJACENT VILLAGES ON THE GLOUCESTERSHIRE SIDE OF BRISTOL Mathews' Bristol Street Directory 1871 Charlton, Henbury, Gloucestershire Charlton was the name of a small village in Gloucestershire, England, demolished in the late 1940s to make room for airport expansion. Charlton has a surprising number of claims to fame for such a small and isolated village. The Village has over 200 houses, and is roughly centred on the Green, which has Merrybrook (Now classified as a river) running through its centre. Lawyer-statesman F.E. Web Site. The oldest house recorded is Tolsey House in 1549. The pre school is in Charlton behind the Church in the Old School Rooms, whereas Cropthorne and Charlton C of E First School is situated up in Cropthorne. Step 8: Turn right, towards Charlton Village. Menus. It was between Filton and Cribbs Causeway immediately north of Bristol. It is a small village with a population about 200. Village of Champlain. Once a year the Charlton Fayre is held in the centre of the village.
Go North and community will be on your right.
How do I obtain info about state elections? Imperial Gazetteer of England and Wales (1870-72)", Google Earth view of Bristol Filton Airport and the site of Charlton, Closer Google Earth view of the site of Charlton, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Charlton,_Bristol&oldid=959991726, Villages in South Gloucestershire District, Former populated places in Gloucestershire, Settlements demolished to make room for airports, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 31 May 2020, at 16:01.
It is also on the Worcester-Evesham 551 and 550 bus route, used by Children to get to and from Prince Henry's High School and Bredonhill Middle School.
Its site is (in 2020) occupied by part of the derelict runway and safety margins of the former Bristol Filton Airport. Mon - Sat 10 am - 7 pm; Sun 12:30 pm - 7 pm. Evesham is 3 miles to the east, and Pershore 5 miles to the west, but its postal address is Pershore rather than Evesham. ***. In the late 1940s most of the village was demolished to make way for an extension of the main runway at Filton Airfield to accommodate the take-off and landing requirements of the Bristol Brabazon propeller-driven airliner. Fax: 518-298-2075
Originally simply named ‘Charlton’, the prefix was added when the estate was given by Henry VIII to Queen Catherine Parr. For a start, Charlton is the place where the first Womens Institute in England held its inaugural meeting during the First World War. The Planning Board of the Town of Charlton is conducting a review of the town's Zoning Bylaw to get recommendations for improving and modernizing the document. The tradition continues to this day so please join us for our next fete on Saturday 8th June, 2019! It was demolished in the late 1940s. From here you will get a spectacular view overlooking Charlton Football Club and towards Greenwich Peninsula and Canary Wharf in the distance. All fields are required unless marked optional, *** Due to the nature of new construction, please verify all locations & directions with sales counselor. At the Co-op walk through the passage next towards Lansdowne Lane. Charlton was a tything in the …  Charlton had farm houses, a public house called the Carpenters Arms, a post office, large houses and a few cottages. A preserved model K2 red telephone box stands on Charlton Road. Home of Auburn News, Blackstone Valley Tribune, Charlton Villager, Killingly Villager, Putnam Villager, Southbridge News, Spencer New Leader, Sturbridge Villager, Thompson Villager, Webster Times, and Woodstock Villager.