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Queen Charlton     Icon Icon Icon Icon Icon Icon Icon Icon Icon
See also: Metropolis, Uprising, horseworld → Years since last military coup: 4
Queen Charlton is a volatile city on the western outskirts of Keynsham, with a population of 32,459 (1857 census). It was named in honour of Queen Elizabeth I, who used to live in the church before moving to the Tower Of London in order to seek better night life. In 2004, yet another crackpot local extremist group called the Queen Charlton Independence Army commenced a series of strategic attacks on Keynsham, demanding the grazing rights between Queen Charlton and the River Avon, in addition to the total destruction of the town. The group's leader, Lt Cdr Totter-Brandy, was eventually captured and successfully tried for regicide and disturbing the peace. He was given a 30-hour Community Service Order and made to pay damages totalling 45.21 to the people of Keynsham.



Queens Road Crew     Icon Icon Icon Icon Icon Icon Icon
See also: earthquake-proof grafitti, stussy, lagerfield → FTSE 100 index rating: Well 'ard mate
Queens Road Crew is a tight-knit consortium of property developers and art dealers based in the Upper Queens borough of Keynsham, which they also control. Queens Road Crew acquired the award-winning Echo Bridge™ in 2001, and currently holds the deeds to Queens Road shops and the Wingrove Pub. In 2005, Queens Road Crew purchased the global rights to the brand name Terry's Hardware for use in a forthcoming range of 'street' clothing. The Crew is ruled by Vince Harder of Tintagel Flats.



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